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VetIQ Stool Firm for Dogs

VetIQ Stool Firm for Dogs VetIQ Stool Firm for Dogs VetIQ Stool Firm for Dogs
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  • Pack of 45 £6.07

Description

VetIQ Mark & Chappell Stool Firm (previously Stool Firm-UM) is a supplement specially designed to solidify loose stools. Containing an effective Prebiotic known to promote optimal digestive function, Stool Firm is a delicious, highly palatable and quick acting stool firmer. Chicken Liver flavour for high acceptance.

Active Ingredients Major Function
Calcium carbonate Chalk has a general mechanical gastro intestinal sedative action by coating the mucous membrane with an inert, protective layer.
Kaolin Kaolin is an absorbent that increases the bulk and slows down the passage of faeces while promoting excretion of toxins within the gastro-intestinal tract
Pectin Pectin provides a protective coating to irritated gastro-intestinal membranes. It is also helps to add bulk to the stool during transit through the gastro-intestinal tract.
Inulin A prebiotic that improves intestinal performance
Pumpkin Powder Helps in firming up loose stools.
Target Dogs and Puppies that are prone to experiencing loose stools

Animal Type Weight Range Recommended Amounts
Small Dogs Up to 5kg 1 tablet daily
Medium Dogs 5kg to 10kg 2 tablets daily
Large Dogs 10kg to 20kg 4 tablets daily

Note: Puppy usage is half the above usage

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Reviews (22)

Summary of Reviews for VetIQ Stool Firm for Dogs

Overall 5
Effectiveness
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
21 out of 22 (95%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (16 reviews)
4 stars (4 reviews)
3 stars (2 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
1 stars (0 reviews)

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35 Stool firm
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By on 28 January 2020

Ok

Customer recommends this product

45 Stool firm
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By on 14 October 2019

Monty gets upset tums quite a bit & these tabs seem to work quite nicely

Customer recommends this product

55 it works
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By on 16 February 2019

what to say he had runny poo give him this product and all is well

Customer recommends this product

45 Does what it says on the tin ( or box!)
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By on 30 January 2018

My dog has always had loose stools but after taking these tablets we noticed an improvement almost immediately.

Customer recommends this product

55 Stool firm
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By on 20 November 2017

These have never failed me
My rescue greyhound sadly has inflammatory bowel disease
She is on a complete raw diet which has helped her recovery significantly along with slippery elm And l glutamine
When she has a softer poor I give her four pills she weighs 30kg and all is well without fail plus she loves them

Customer recommends this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding VetIQ Stool Firm for Dogs, including answers from our team.

28 June 2020 at 12:07pm

Dosage

Dosage

How many tablets should a 46 kilo dog take

  • VioVet Staff

The doseage for a dog >30kg, such as your 46kg dog, is three tablets twice daily.

11 April 2014 at 3:37pm

Stool firmer

Jayne Satterly

  • VioVet customer since 2011
  • From: Somerset, United Kingdom

Hi. Looking for something I can use long term to firm up my dogs stools. We have been using protexin pro fibre for a little while, as advise by our vet nurse, but stools are formed but soft. Please can you help. Thanks. Jayne

  • VioVet Staff

It sounds like your dog is on a diet which does not quite suit it. The majority of dogs such as yours will in fact respond perfectly if they are on an appropriate diet. You woulod need to experiment a bit to find out what is needed, but I would definitely try this before opting for long-term supplements to try and achieve the effect you want. Many dogs do not cope perfectly with some of the ingredients which are used in lots of dog foods. (Wheat, rice, beef, milk commonly a problem.) Ideally you should try your dog on a very restricted diet for 2 weeks, using ingredients which are not found in your dogs normal food. A diet like Barking Heads Fusspot dog food, which is based on salmon and potato, often works very well. You cannot allow any tit-bits or other foods/drinks for 2 weeks, just this food and water. If that sorts it out (it will for most dogs) then you can try adding other foods as you wish and see what is OK and what is best avoided.

Pro-biotics do work for some dogs and Mark & Chappell Stool Firm-UM is a good example. They are very safe and will not cause any trouble, but on the right diet, should not be needed long-term.

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