Dorwest Digestive Supplement for Dogs & Cats

Dorwest Digestive Supplement for Dogs & Cats
Pack of 100 Tablets

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  • Pack of 100 Tablets £9.90
  • Pack of 200 Tablets £17.50

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Gurgling tums, wind and flatulence can affect all pets at various times and some pets are especially prone to digestive upsets of this nature. This supplement contains calming herbs like ginger and valerian, rhubarb and peppermint to aid digestion and slippery elm to soothe and comfort.

Can be given long term to susceptible pets or short term to settle the digestion before an event and for those that suffer from motion sickness.

Active ingredients

Ginger 30 mg, slippery elm bark 10 mg, rhubarb 20 mg, valerian root 20 mg, peppermint oil 0.2 mg


1 tablet per 10 kgs bodyweight, after meals, or two hours before travelling

Use short and long term


Use during pregnancy and lactation


Sugar coated tablet


Minimum age for use

8 weeks


Can be given in conjunction with any medication

Pack sizes

100 & 200 tablets

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Reviews (9)

Summary of Reviews for Dorwest Digestive Supplement for Dogs & Cats

Overall 5
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
8 out of 9 (89%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (6 reviews)
4 stars (2 reviews)
3 stars (1 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
1 stars (0 reviews)

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55 Works
Verified Purchase

By on 4 January 2019

I'm very happy ... My cat eat and keep it inside.

Customer recommends this product

45 Aid digestive system and flatulence on an older dog.
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By on 21 June 2018

Tried the product but not sure if effective for my old labs flatulence and digestive system. Took tabs no problem but after a couple of weeks cannot see any improvement. Trying Granular charcoal instead seems to be better with that

Customer does not recommend this product

55 Purchased for travel sickness...
Verified Purchase

By on 13 May 2017

Wow! These arrived today and i was due to take my dog out today. Gave her 2 tabs (she's 20kg) 1 hour before leaving and what a difference. My dog usually dribbles from the second she gets in the car and is often sick by time we areive at our destination. Today she didnt even drivble let alone be sick! Works oit much cheaper than a travel sickness tablet from the vets so i'm pleased they have worked!! Hopefully they work for longer journeys too.
Oh and my dog didnt take them from me so i used a bit of yoghurt to help her take them.

Customer recommends this product

2 people found this review helpful

45 Effective.
Verified Purchase

By on 2 November 2016

Seems to be a good product. My dog's stomach problems have reduced. She isn't very keen on taking them, so if they could be made more palatable that would be good. Overall am happy.

Customer recommends this product

1 person found this review helpful

55 Dorwest digestive
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By on 26 September 2016

I bought these for my dog for car sickness, and so far they seem to be working

Customer recommends this product

2 people found this review helpful

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Dorwest Digestive Supplement for Dogs & Cats, including answers from our team.

22 September 2020 at 9:55pm

Any good for acid tummy?

Helen Gilbert

  • VioVet customer since 2012
  • From: Worcestershire, United Kingdom

My spaniel is reluctant to eat her breakfast, she has to be coaxed but once she starts, she cleans up quite readily. She went through a period of vomiting just before being fed, mainly in the evening. The vet thought it was acid tummy and prescribed omeprazole, which helped. She is on Hills ID and is fed 4 times a day. I have used slippery elm previously with a dog suffering from nausea. Would this product help my dogs acid tummy and could I give it first thing, before breakfast?

  • VioVet Staff

Dorwest Digestive supplement is a herbal supplement that contains calming herbs to settle the intestinal system. It should be given after a meal so I would advise dosing the evening before so that it is effective overnight, it can't be given before a meal as you suggest.

It is worth trying a probiotic gut supplement if your dog suffers from intestinal issues such as vomiting. I would recommend trying our own brand ReguTum Fibre Care. This can be used in the long term and can help prevent the signs you are seeing. I also would advise splitting the evening feed so that some of it is given just before bed. Prolonged periods of an empty stomach in some dogs can lead to vomiting.

5 May 2017 at 8:52pm

If using for travel sickness...

Sylvia Ridge

  • VioVet customer since 2017
  • From: Essex, United Kingdom

Can i clarify do i need to give these long term to help travel sickness or just administer before travelling? Thanks in advance!

  • VioVet Staff

Hi Sylvia,

This should be given short-term for pets suffering with motion sickness. So just before the event to settle the stomach.

I hope this helps.

12 November 2014 at 6:47pm

Query regarding very bad flatulence in 5 month old puggle


My 5 month old puggle in the last week has started having the most repulsive flatulance. It's almost eye wateringly bad. I haven't changed anything in his diet and he gets Hills Science Plan puppy food, so not cheap rubbish. Would this medication help? I've been looking for something that might help, but I'm confused about whether to go for this or a probiotic?

  • VioVet Staff

Different dogs with different causes for digestive complaints will respond to different things. It is quite possible that your puppy will respond well to this product, but you will only know if you try it. Personally I would try a probiotic (Pro-kolin Enterogenic seems to get very good results but that might not work for certain. Again you would have to try it).

I would persist with the Hills food and test out one or two supplements. If things do not settle down, then it might be that your individual puppy is better suited to a diet of a different make-up. That does not mean that there is anything wrong at all with the Hills food, but some individuals can have a difficulty with certain ingredients. At some point you could try a diet of completely different base-ingredients (say a fish and potato based diet instead of meat and cereal). The difference between puppy and adult foods is not large or critical, so I would be tempted to try something like Barking Heads Fusspot (adult food) for a while. If it is properly digested by your puppy, fewer nutrients would reach the large intestine, your puppy would benefit better from them and the wind would improve.

These things are individual problems and so you will only discover what works for your puppy by trying things out. If you do introduce a new food, try to do it gradually over a few days and do not let your puppy gorge on it if it enjoys it. A bit less food going through the gut makes life a lot easier for the digestion and again, improves the benefit from the food eaten.

Good luck, I am sure all will be OK before long.

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