Pro-Pectalin Anti-Diarrheal Gel for Dogs and Cats, 30cc
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Pro-Pectalin Anti-Diarrheal Gel for Dogs and Cats, 30cc combines three active ingredients to stop diarrhea from a variety of causes and help your pet feel better. Kaolin, a type of clay, absorbs water and excess bacterial toxins while remedying intestinal irritation. Pectin, a fiber derived from fruit, also absorbs water to make stool more solid. Helpful microogranisms in Pro-Pectalin restore intestinal balance.
- Soothes upset stomachs to make your pet feel better
- Replaces natural intestinal flora
- Anti-diarrheal medication for pets
- Contains Kaolin, Pectin, and Enterococcus faecium microorganisms
- Manufacturer information and usage
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 4
Pro-Pectalin Anti-Diarrheal Gel for Dogs and Cats
One of my dog has IBD and when he gets "the runs" this product really helps a lot. It was originally given to me by my Vet as a prescription, but after finding VetDepot.com I found it over the counter at a much lower price. It is an excellent product and I keep a supply of it in the house at all times, since my 2nd dog is very old and also gets "the runs" every so often.
I have two pups and pups eat things in the yard, get digestive upsets from new training treats, get bacteria from training in ponds, etc. This is the best product I've found! It is easy on their stomach, solidifies stools quickly, and replaces the good bacteria needed. I'm so grateful to have found this product.
(It's also easy to give because the pups lick it off your finger.)
Fantastic product! Our standard poodle has had stomach problems for years and a friend suggested that we try a pro-biotic. Pro-Pectalin has done the trick! She's eating regularly now and no diarrhea anymore. Half the price from what we were paying the vet.
This cheap gel has saved my carpet more times than I can count.
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