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Purina FortiFlora Canine Probiotic Supplement 30 packets
Purina FortiFlora Canine Probiotic Supplement 30 packets

Our Price: $27.99

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Product Code: FS100911

Description Ingredients

Purina Veterinary Diets Canine FortiFlora Probiotic Supplement is designed to strengthen your dog's digestive system. This probiotic supplement is for dietary management of dogs with diarrhea and promotes intestinal balance as well as a healthy immune system. FortiFlora can help reduce diarrhea associated with antibiotic therapy or stress.

Full of powerful probiotics and high levels of antioxidants, FortiFlora is designed to help heal and soothe your dog's intestinal tract. It can also be beneficial for aging pets with weakened immune systems, or those with weakened immune systems due to illness or treatment. With convenient single packets, you can easily sprinkle it on your dog's food.

FortiFlora contains a guaranteed amount of live active cultures and high levels of antioxidant Vitamins A, E, and C. It also has a proprietary mircoencapsulation process for enhanced stability, and has excellent palatability.

Key Features

  • Helps promote intestinal balance
  • Strengthens your dog's digestive and immune system
  • Comes in convenient single packets with high palatability

Purina FortiFlora is also available for cats.

Average Rating: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

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Diarrhea be gone June 6, 2016
Reviewer: Miranda B. from Seattle, WA  
My puppy was dealing with bacterial issues when he was younger, and was having difficulty eating food without having an episode of diarrhea. After consulting with my veterinarian, she set me on the path to Fortiflora. We put him on a packet a day, and we started to see some improvement within a month. After continuing the use of the product, we saw significant improvement. He is now over a year old and only has the occasional episode of diarrhea, and this is usually only when he gets into something that he should not. I would say that the Fortiflora worked for our dog, but you should always consult with your veterinarian before you try anything new with a new puppy.

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