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A diet clinic to help control the intestinal disorders in cats of all ages.
INDICATIONS • gastrointestinal Disease acute or chronic: - acute Diarrhea or chronic weight Loss and vomiting intermittent - Gastroenteritis and colitis - Malabsorption and/or maldigestión - food Intolerance - Inflammatory Bowel Disease • liver Disease not associated with encephalopathy • Convalescence
CONTRAINDICATIONS • hepatic Encephalopathy • renal Failure
KEY BENEFITS High digestibility to ensure absorption high nutrients and to reduce the workload on the intestine compromised. Limited number of protein sources to help reduce the antigenic load and, in consequence, the reactions gastrointestinal adverse. Prebiotics added (inulin) to help improve microbial balance and stimulate the growth of beneficial bacteria.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS ADDITIONAL A diet clinic to help control the intestinal disorders in cats of all ages. It has been clinically proven that it is effective in cases of chronic diarrhea and nonspecific The exclusive formula of Feline en St/Ox Gi has efficacy clinically proven Regulation of transit GI and nutritional support directly to the mucosa of the colon is Achieved by using a mixture of insoluble fibers and soluble Protection of the intestinal mucosa Bentonite added, with a strong capacity of absorption of toxins* Helps to prevent the formation of urinary calculi of struvite and oxalate RSS and APR metastable for struvite and oxalate (security Benefit urinary St/Ox added Excellent patient compliance and suitable for all stages of life Thanks to a palatability exceptional and formulated to help the growth, reproduction, and maintenance
How TO use To optimize the digestion and absorption of nutrients, you should divide the daily ration of Feline en St/Ox Gastrointestinal in several small meals. Feline en St/Ox Gastrointestinal provides complete and balanced nutrition for both adult cats as kittens. For kittens 6 to 12 weeks to manage between 40 and 80 g, wet it with water when needed until complete weaning, and reduce then gradually added water.