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Purina Veterinary Diets FortiFlora Canine Nutritional Supplement

  • Clearance 1g Sachet (Pack of 30) £19.32

Description

From the PURINA Veterinary Diets Range, FortiFlora Canine Nutritional Supplement is an effective and palatable source of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and 'live' bacteria, designed to promote intestinal health and a healthy immune system. Containing active cultures including Enterococcus Faecium probiotics, FortiFlora is a safe, stable and delicious dietary supplement which can be easily sprinkled onto food. For maximum effect, FortiFlora should be fed daily for 30 days.

Benefits

  • Contains guaranteed amounts of live active cultures
  • Proven to promote intestinal health & balance
  • Nutritional supplement for dietary management of dogs with diarrhea
  • Helps reduce flatulence (gas) in dogs

Ingredients

Animal digest, Enterococcus faecium, L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate (source of Vitamin C), brewers dried yeast, Vitamin E supplement, zinc proteinate, beta-Carotene, salt, manganese proteinate, ferrous sulfate, copper proteinate, calcium iodate, sodium selenite. D-4582.

Analysis

Crude Protein (Min) 43.0%
Crude Fat (Min) 10.0%
Crude Fiber (Max) 1.0%
Moisture (Max) 5.0%
Microorganisms (Min)
(Enterococcus faecium)*
1 X 108 CFU/g

Feeding guidelines

One sachet is given daily and although improvements in signs of digestive upset may be seen within a few days, for maximum effect FortiFlora should be fed for 30 days.

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Weight of dog to amount given?

2nd Dec 2015
Natasha

My Vet has recommend this for my dog who has been diagnosed with Possible inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and Gastric issues so she's sick often a diet change to Eukanuba Dermatosis FP Veterinary Diets which has helped a lot less sick nearly 2 months clear no sick but the other day was sick Vet Advises I add this once a day my dog gets her food split 3 times in the day as she's a small dog weight about 5kg should i give this on her morning feed or night feed and do you recommend half a Sachet a day on one meal?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

I think your vet's advice is very good. That particular diet is often very effective and this supplement is good too. I would give the Fotiflora just once per day, there is no need to do it more than that. It is usual to give a whole sachet once daily even to small dogs so personally I would do that.

Length of course

19th May 2014
Tracy

How long can this be given to an elderly dog of 15 with loose stools

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This product is usually given on the basis of controlling the presenting symptoms. It is used when the performance of the digestion is questionable, such as when the stools are loose. If the stools improve after using the product, then it is possible to keep using it to maintain the effect, or stop and see if it is no longer needed. Sometimes Fortiflora will have "cured" an underlying problem/imbalance, other times it just tends to tip the balance the way we want while and for as long as it is being given. There is no hard and fast rule on this and luckily there is no harm from stopping and starting dosing. It is safe to use life-long and this is sometimes helpful. Shorter courses, or intermittent courses as required, are equally acceptable. You should provide treatment "to effect".