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Liquivite for Dogs

Liquivite for Dogs
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Liquivite is a canned liquid food made from chicken, liver, beef, eggs and skimmed milk. During recovery from illness, injury or surgery Liquivite is smooth enough for syringe-feeding when... Read more

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Liquivite is a canned liquid food made from chicken, liver, beef, eggs and skimmed milk. During recovery from illness, injury or surgery Liquivite is smooth enough for syringe-feeding when appetite is absent, and easily consumed as appetite returns during convalescence. Importantly, Liquivite also helps replace fluid when dehydration has occurred, or is a risk.

Essential vitamins and minerals are incorporated, at levels suitable for cats and dogs under stress conditions. Liquivite contains fish oil, supplying the Omega 3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA, which boost the immune system and are anti-inflammatory. A pre-biotic is added, which feeds the beneficial bacteria in the gut. Rosemary, a natural anti-oxidant, is also included.

Liquivite also has valuable non-veterinary uses. For kittens and puppies Liquivite is suitable as their first non-milk food, during the transition to solids. It also appeals to older cats and dogs, perhaps no longer able to eat solid foods as easily. Cat and Dog rescue groups find Liquivite useful in their work.

Ingredients:
Chicken, Liver, Beef, Dried Whole Egg, Skim Milk Powder, Fish Oil, Vitamin and Mineral Supplement, Fructo-oligosaccharide, Yeast, Rosemary extract/mixed tocopherol blend.

Customer reviews

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  • liquivite dog
    This food has enabled me to keep my Yorkshire terriers stable-as due to chronic kidney failure in one and kidney problems in another-I have been able to keep them alive much longer-as they both completely went off their food. would recommend this product with 5 stars.
    Suzie Hales - January 2, 2018