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Probiocin Oral Pet Gel - Probios

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    • Probios Probiocin Oral Gel is a probiotic supplement that helps maintain healthy digestive function by supporting the proper bacterial balance in the lower intestine. It also helps to improve overall health by promoting the breakdown and assimilation of nutrients. The gel contains four species of naturally occurring, live bacteria: Enterococcus faecium and Lactobacillus acidophilus, plantarum, and casei. There are 10 million CFUs per gram of viable bacteria. Probiocin can be fed daily to help maintain normal digestion, and it is recommended for use before and during exposure to stressful situations, such as kenneling, travel, and exposure to other new experiences and people. This supplement is safe to use on puppies and kittens. It can also be used on birds when trimming beaks and nails and when clipping wings. Probiocin can be administered for long periods of time, but any health-related questions should always be discussed with your veterinarian. The gel comes in an easy to use tube dispenser, and most animals love the taste. These qualities make it a perfect choice for picky pets. Probiocin is also easy to store as it does not need to be refrigerated, and only needs to be kept in a cool, dry location.
    • Newborns Post-weaning 1g at birth 1g / 10 lb of body weight, following therapy or digestive upset
      *Repeat as needed
    • Soybean Oil, Corn Starch, Sucrose, Silicon Dioxide, SorbitanMonostearate, Dried Enterococcus Faecium Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus Casei Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus Plantarum Fermentation Product, Sodium Silico Aluminate and Mixed Tocopherols (preservative). Contains a source of live (viable), naturally occurring microorganisms.

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  • My dog has a realy bad infection in her mouth from what it looks like a broken tooth I don't have money to take her to a vet an now her glands are swollen an her oder is awful what can i do for her?

    We would highly recommend you to take him to a Vet.


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