Florentero Symbiotic Chewable Tablets, 30 Tablets
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Florentero Symbiotic Chewable Tablets, 30 Tablets relieves diarrhea caused by stress, excessive exercise, antibiotics, and food poisoning in dogs and cats. Florentero works by providing your pet with a combination of prebiotics and probiotics that repopulate the GI tract with healthly, helpful bacteria. Relieves acute diarrhea symptoms within 24 hours.
- Contains lactobacillus and enterococcus faecium cultures
- Florentero is safe to complement antibiotic and chemotherapeutical treatments
- Contains a combination of prebiotics and probiotics for dogs and cats
- Assures proper GI colonization with the right bacteria
- Manufacturer information and usage
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Customer Reviews: 3
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My American Eskimo has IBD, so vomiting and diarrhea became common place until his vet recommended Florentero. He is back to his energetic self and the vomiting and diarrhea has significantly decreased; he also really enjoys the taste as well.
Florentero Symbiotic Chewable Tablets
Florentero has been great! My French bulldog has a very sensitive stomach and had diarrhea so bad it became bloody and would also throw up a lot. After taking him to the vet, he put my pup on the medicine and he is 100% better! Goes to the bathroom with ease and its normal! And no more vomit! His stomach is not bloated and gassy anymore and seems happy and comfortable !
Florentero Tablets really work to control diarrhea, even when the vet can find no diagnosable cause of the sickness. My dog gets diarrhea from “stress” according to my vet. Using these tablets cleared it right up. I am amazed!
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