- MFG # NUT53
- UPC # 708429084051
NutriGest for Dogs & Cats Powder by Rx Vitamins for Pets is comprised of a blend of ingredients that might work to promote canine and feline digestive health.
First‚ every serving of NutriGest for Dogs & Cats Powder contains six strains of probiotic bacteria. Notably‚ probiotics are good bacteria that might aid in digestion by working to maintain a balance of gut flora. As a result‚ this powdered supplement may help address some signs of gastrointestinal discomfort‚ such as mild diarrhea‚ vomiting‚ or gas.
In addition‚ this Rx Vitamins for Pets supplement provides several herbs that could potentially work to maintain optimal digestive function‚ including ginger‚ cat’s claw‚ and Oregon grape root. Markedly‚ ginger extract may act to relieve minor nausea.
Finally‚ NutriGest for Dogs and Cats Powder provides L-glutamine‚ which is a free-form amino acid that might play a role in protecting the lining of your pet’s GI tract. Therefore‚ this product may work to relieve certain symptoms associated with mild inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
Each bottle of Rx Vitamins for Pets’ NutriGest for Dogs & Cats contains 132 grams (4.66 ounces) of powder. The recommended serving size ranges is based on your pet’s weight.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not meant to diagnose‚ treat or cure any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before starting any exercise or nutritional supplement program or before using these or any product during pregnancy or if you have a serious medical condition.
Active ingredients per 2 capsules:
Probiotic Cultures 500 million viable cells
(a blend of the six most bioactive strains).
L- Glutarnine (free form amino acid) 200 mg
Cats Claw 150 mg (uncaria tomentosa -
standardized to 3% oxindole alkaloids)
N-acetyl D glucosamine 150 mg
Calcium (pantothenate) 100 mg
Ginger 50 mg (standardized Zingiber
officinale supplying 4% volatile oils)
Fructooligosaccharide (FOS) 50 mg
Oregon Grape Root (mahonia repens) 25 mg
Garlic (allium sativum) 25 mg
(standardized 1% total allicin potential)
Psyllium Seed (plantago ovata) 25 mg
Aloe Extract (emoden free) 25 mg
Licorice DGL (deglycerized licorice) 25 mg
Folic Acid 50 mcg
Vitamin A 100 I.U.
Inactive Ingredients: Gelatine‚ Glycerin‚ silica and water.
2-3 scoop twice daily for large dogs (50-100 lbs.)
1-2 scoop daily for medium dogs (25-50 lbs.)
1/2-1 scoop twice daily for small dogs and cats (0-25 lbs.)
For animal use only.
Keep out of the reach of child and other animals.
In case of accidental overdose‚ contact a health care professional immediately.
Do not use if tamper seal is broken or missing.
Store at room temperature out of direct sunlight.
Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not proven.
If animal's condition worsens or does not improve‚ stop product administration and consult your veterinarian.
An examination from veterinarian in recommended prior using product.
Allergy / Dietary Needs
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Overall Rating for NutriGest for Pets (Dogs & Cats) Powder - 132 Grams
Max Loves it.
We have used NutirGest for Pets by RxVitamins for a few years now, keeps our 104 lb dogs system running well.
Very simply to use.
√ I would recommend this item to a friend.
By Ray P
from Rhode Island
Top quality and unmatched pricing
The website was great and NutriGest for Pets by Rx Vitamins was as advertised. On top of that the shipping was lightning fast.
√ I would recommend this item to a friend.
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Dolores Chomicki on 2/22/2016
can i give my dog rx probiotics? he has congestive heart failure. he takes heart meds and diuretics and doing well except for constant diarrhea.A
PureFormulas on 2/22/2016
Hi there Dolores! Here Hello, thank you for choosing PureFormulas! Here at PureFormulas, we can't make recommendations for our customers because there is so much to take into consideration when doing so. Every dog breaks down, absorbs, and reacts to nutrients differently, and only your dogs healthcare practitioner, that is familiar with his/her needs, would be able to make a recommendation that is the best for you.
- PureFormulas on 2/22/2016