FelineDophilus for Cats by Natren
Natren FelineDophilus for Cats - 0.68 oz. (20 ml)
Natren FelineDophilus for Cats is a probiotic gel for cats that naturally and gently restores the beneficial intestinal bacteria in small and large animals. FelineDophilus will help alleviate numerous problems, including bad breath, poor digestion, diarrhea and flatulence, as well as improving the appearance and luster of their coats. When the natural, beneficial microorganisms such as Lactobacillus acidophilus and Enterococcus faecium are removed or missing from the animal’s intestinal tract, several health problems can ensue. Decreased appetite and weight loss are just some of the conditions that might occur due to depleted beneficial flora. By giving the animal these friendly microorganisms, you can bring the balance of friendly to unfriendly bacteria in the animal’s intestinal tract back to a healthy level. These products are highly effective for both large and small animals. The Lactobacillus acidophilus, NAS super strain produces hydrogen peroxide, lactic acid, natural antibiotics and other natural by-products, together with Enterococcus faecium, NCIB 10415 super strain. When highly potent probiotics containing billions of cfu are fed to the animal, the probiotics outgrow the undesirable bacteria on the wall of the intestine, forcing the bad bacteria off the intestine walls and out of the body.
CanineDophilus and FelineDophilus were developed as a result of extensive research using probiotics in small and large animals throughout the United States and Europe. FelineDophilus will help remove hair balls through normal elimination. EquiFlora is especially useful for horses following surgery and when they are under periods of stress, such as racing, eventing, breaking, before and after transport, hot and cold weather exposure, vaccinations and dietary changes. The products come in a thick gel form in a white plastic syringe designed to deliver exact applications of two milliliters.
Natren relishes its role as the leader in the probiotic industry. Led by Natasha and Yordan Trenev, the company actively seeks opportunities to inform the public about "friendly bacteria" and change the prevailing perception that all bacteria are bad. "In 1960 and 1970, we were going to food shows introducing people to yogurt. People in the United States and Canada did not know what yogurt was, let alone that it was considered the world's oldest health food. Now yogurt is in every store," Yordan remarks. "We want to do the same with probiotics. We want everyone to know what probiotics are within the next few years." Evidenced by the company's immense growth and its support among healthcare professionals, Natren is making impressive progress toward this goal.
Cats: One application, 2 ml. once a day two times per week for maintenance.
Keep in a cool, dry place. Refrigeration will enhance the shelf life of these products.
Viable dried Lactobacillus acidophilus, NAS fermentation super strain and viable dried Enterococcus faecium NCIB 10415 fermentation product super strain in vegetable oil containing Lactose, Vitamin A, Vitamin E and Selenium.
|Minimum guaranteed analysis per 2 ml (one application/tab)
|L. acidophilus, NAS and E. faecium, NCIB 10515
||total 3 billion cfu
Founded in 1983 by Natasha Trenev, Natren has remained steadfast in its commitment to educating the public about probiotics, the study and use of beneficial bacteria, and the manufacturing of the world’s finest, highest quality, highest potency probiotic products.
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