Aptus Aptobalance PET powder 140 g
Aptus Aptobalance PET powder is intended for dogs and cats of all breeds to improve digestive problems. It is mainly used for diarrhea caused by antibiotic treatment, dietary changes, travel or stress. Aptus Aptobalance PET powder contains lactobacilli, which are rapidly metabolically activated in the small intestine, stabilize the local microflora and lower the pH. This will restore the desired intestinal microflora. With pectin to protect the intestinal mucosa and seaweed powder, which contain essential micronutrients.
Key properties of food supplement for dogs and cats Aptus Aptobalance PET powder, 140 g
- The food supplement is intended for dogs and cats of all races to support digestion and a healthy intestinal environment
- Aptus Aptobalance PET maintains and restores the desired intestinal microflora
- Suitable for diarrhea after antibiotic treatment, dietary changes, travel or stress
- With microorganisms that activate rapidly in the small intestine, stabilize the microflora and lower the pH
- Aptus Aptobalance PET food supplement is easy to administer
- With pectin and seaweed powder
in 100 g: seaweed powder 50 g, cellulose (E 460) 49.38 g, pectin (E 440) 0.6 g, enterococcus faecium
(microencapsulated), NCIMB 10415 (E1705) CFU 2x109
dry matter 90%, protein 2.5%, fats 1.8%, fiber 36%, ash 9%
In dogs 1 - 3 scoops are given, in cats 0.5 - 1 scoop per day for 2 - 5 days. The product is mixed into feed or sour milk, if tolerated by a dog or cat. In severe intestinal microflora imbalance, the dose can be doubled within 3-4 days. Make sure that animals suffering from diarrhea have a sufficient fluid intake, at least 0.5 - 1 dcl / kg / day. A measuring cup of the preparation is equivalent to a weight of 2 g.
powder 140 g (1 scoop = 2 g)
Store at room temperature, after opening store in a refrigerator (8 - 15 ° C) and use within two weeks. Keep out of reach and sight of children.
In case of severe conditions, or if the animal's condition worsens or problems persist, seek the assistance of a veterinarian.