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Dr. Bill's Feline Digestive Support| Pet

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Dr. Bill's Feline Digestive Support contains a unique enzyme blend and powerful ingredients known for absorbing and removing harmful intestinal toxins. Combining decades of experience with the latest veterinary research and technology, Dr. Bill's Advanced Nutritional Support products are designed to meet the biological requirements for optimum nutrition in dogs and cats. Developed and manufactured in the United States, all products contain the vitamins, minerals, and other high-quality nutrients required for enhanced health, fitness, and longevity in our pets. For over 40 years, Dr. Bill Barnett has been working to keep pets living longer and healthier lives through optimum nutrition. After graduating from the Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine, he began an ongoing course of study in preventive medicine for pets. Following a distinguished 23-year military career in human medical research and laboratory animal medicine, Dr. Bill went on to become the founder of AVN Global Sciences, Inc. where he developed canine and feline nutritional supplements for the veterinary profession and pet owners alike. He also founded a nutritional consulting service that provided expertise to veterinary companies including Norden Laboratories, SmithKline Beecham Animal Health, and Pfizer. Dr. Bill's Advanced Nutritional Support supplements are the culmination of this experience and knowledge. These supplements have stood the test of time and become valuable tools for veterinarians across the country. Accelerated degradation studies show our products have a minimum shelf life of three years after the manufacture date, retaining 97% of their nutritional value. All products should be kept covered and stored in a cool, dry place. Updated with the latest in scientific and ingredient technology, they are now available to discerning pet owners to keep their dogs and cats living long, happy, and healthy lives.

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  • MADE IN THE USA | All Dr. Bill's supplements are made in the USA and are regulated by the NASC (National Animal Supplement Council)
  • VETERINARIAN DEVELOPED AND RECOMMENDED | Dr. Bill's pet supplements have been used and recommended by veterinarians, breeders, and trainers for over 30 years
  • POWERFUL INGREDIENTS KNOWN FOR ABSORBING AND REMOVING HARMFUL INTESTINAL TOXINS - Using biologically-appropriate, high-quality, natural ingredients such as Ginger Root, Lemon Balm, Psyllium Seed, Protease, Lipase, Bifidobacterium and Fructooligosaccharides
  • UNIQUE ENZYME BLEND - Includes Protease, Lipase, Alpha-galactosidase, Amylase, Phytase, Lactase, Invertase, & Hemicellulase, helping your cat break down and absorb nutrients from their food
  • COMPLEX SYSTEM OF PREBIOTICS and PROBIOTICS FOR CATS - Provides essential pre- and probiotics for cats, including Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium bifidum, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus plantarum, and Lactobacillus reuteri, which help to reestablish a healthy intestinal balance in your cat. Your cats gastrointestinal (GI) tract is their body's number one barrier against disease
  • Brand: Dr. Bill's
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  • Shipping weight: 23
  • EAN: 0859765007041

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