If it moves, it dies.
WHEN my pets have no appetite or are simply under the weather, the first thing I give them is the daily recommended dosage of Nutri-plus Gel.
Nutri-plus Gel is an energy supplement for cats and dogs. I squirt an inch or two of this in my finger and have my cat or dog lick it up. Unless they are facing bigger issues for their vet to fix, small amounts of Nutri-plus Gel two to three times a day usually help my pets feel better again.
Nutri-plus Gel can be administered even as a supplement or a “treat”. The only issue here is it doesn't make for a cheap snack at all. A tube sells for almost P400 and each pet shop tends tend to price it differently. At that price, it's highly recommended to squeeze everything out of the tube. After squeezing all the contents out, I even carefully cut the sides and open the tube to retrieve all the sticky gel that my pets love.
Nutri-plus Gel, according to manufacturer Virbac Laboratories, makes use of animal origin nutrients which allow easier and faster conversion of the nutrient into energy. It also contains liver extract which makes the product highly palatable. It has essential vitamins, minerals and trace elements.
Vets recommend giving Nutri-Plus gel to animals after they had intense exercise, after a stressful or tiring day, or after they started losing appetite. It's ideal for rapidly growing puppies and kittens, working dogs, breastfeeding females, convalescing animals, for adult dogs and cats, and generally for maintaining pets' healthy skin and coat.
Nutri-plus Gel is available in 120.5 g tubes and the recommended dosage is one to two teaspoons per five kilos of body weight (10 cm of gel) per day or double the dose if needed.
Nutri-plus Gel can be mixed with pet foods, but most pets would willingly lick it off your finger. -- Alma J. Buelva
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