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PROTEXIN® Synbiotic D-C is a daily capsule food supplement that works to normalise the balance of good and bad bacteria in the intestine by providing a complex of prebiotics and probiotics.

Brand

Synbiotic D-C

Manufacturer

Protexin

Species

Cat, Dog

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£18.99
Reference : PR10052
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PROTEXIN® SYNBIOTIC D-C contains probiotics and Preplex prebiotics that help to stabilise the bacterial population within the gastrointestinal system of the cat and dog.

It is useful in situations where the friendly bacteria in the gut are compromised, for example if the animal is on antibiotics, under stress, or has a sensitive digestive tract.

Synbiotic D-C contains:

  • Probiotics
    The EU-registered probiotic Enterococcus faecium (DSM 10663/ NCIMB 10415) 4b1707, to help repopulate the intestine with beneficial micro-organisms.

  • Preplex prebiotics
    A prebiotic, consisting of fructo-oligosaccharide (FOS) and acacia (Gum arabic), to feed and stimulate the growth of beneficial bacteria.
Box of 50 capsules

Additives:

Gut Flora Stabilisers.

Protexin probiotic

Enterococcus faecium (DSM 10663/ NCIMB 10415) 4b1707


1 x 1013 CFU/kg; 2 x 109 CFU/capsule

Technological Additives:
Preplex prebiotic - Acacia (Gum arabic) [40%]

Composition:
Preplex prebiotic (Fructo-oligosaccharide) [40%], Gelatine capsule, Magnesium stearate

Give one capsule daily or as advised by your veterinary surgeon.

The feeding recommendations are the same irrespective of the size of cat or dog, as there is a high concentration of probiotics present in both products and any probiotics that are not used by the animal will just pass out in the faeces. It is not possible to overdose an animal on probiotics.

If your veterinary surgeon has recommended Protexin Synbiotic alongside a course of antibiotics, where possible the antibiotic and the probiotic should be given at different times (at the opposite ends of the day if feasible).  If not, the antibiotic and probiotic should be given more than 2 hours apart.