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RETO dog diarrhea tablets protein tannin complex

Beaphar BV

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RETO dog diarrhea tablets protein tannin complex

Reto diarrhea tablets 0.5 g oral tablets for dogs - tannin-protein compounds.

Pack size: 30 pc 

Dosage form:Tablets

• Against unspecific diarrhea in dogs
• Digestive complaints subside quickly • Fights
harmful bacteria
• Heals diseased intestinal tissue
• Protects against infections
• Mild medicinal product

RETO dog diarrhea tablets protein tannin complex Composition: One tablet contains 0.5 g of tannin protein. Other ingredients, knowledge of which is necessary for the appropriate administration of the product: methyl 4-hydroxybenzoate: 0.002 g. Other ingredients: corn starch, lactose, talc, highly dispersed silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate.

RETO dog diarrhea tablets protein tannin complex Areas of application:
Traditionally used as a mild drug against unspecific diarrhea.

Contraindications:
Do not use on animals used for the production of food.

Side effects:
None known. If you notice any side effects in your animal (s) that are not listed in the package insert, please inform your veterinarian or pharmacist.

Warnings:
No information.

The dog's digestion is very sensitive to environmental influences. Bad food, infections and psychological stress often lead to irregularities in digestion such as diarrhea and gas. The loss of water and nutrients can cause serious illness in dogs. Reto tablets have a constipating effect on unspecific diarrhea and calming the entire digestive tract.

RETO dog diarrhea tablets protein tannin complex Dosage:
Dogs 50 mg active ingredient per kg body weight:
- up to 10 kg, 1 tablet daily
- 10-20 kg, 2 tablets daily
- 20-30 kg, 3 tablets daily
- over 30 kg, 4 tablets daily

Active ingredient: tannin protein

Warning
about risks and side effects, read the package insert and ask your veterinarian or pharmacist.


Warning notice: For information on risks and side effects, read the package insert and ask your veterinarian or pharmacist.