Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets EN Gastroenteric Naturals
Gastro stress can be a mess
Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets EN Gastroenteric Naturals is now carried at my local veterinary office and I couldn’t be more excited. I know that there has been a few times in our dog Haylie’s life that she has had tummy problems. I know that its not anything any pet owner wants to openly discuss but I think that every veterinarian hears about tummy troubles daily from pet owners. Lets be honest though who wouldn’t want to find a better solution to keep your dog from having gas, loose stools and puking on your floors!
Here is a small list of some of the common signs your dog or cat might be having some tummy troubles:
We have experienced a few of the above following symptoms after anesthesia for minor surgery and when she ate some rich treats such as pig ears. Every dog of course different, these are just our experiences.
Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets EN Gastroenteric Naturals would have been a HUGE help for Fred our bloodhound when he was alive. Fred had epilepsy and was on daily medication that was also upsetting his stomach daily. There was no way around it he had to have his daily medication, so If this food would have been around it would have made things so much easier.
Luckily Haylie hasn’t had any serious gastro upset but at the first sign on tummy issues I will feed her her Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets EN Gastroenteric Naturals food from now on til her stomach calms down.
This formula is made for canines and felines and is a new natural therapeutic formula that has added zinc and is low in fiber. The formula was created to be highly digestible and contain moderate fat. If you pets tummy troubles are getting in the way then I highly recommend trying Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets EN Gastroenteric Naturals.
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