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Nutripet 200g

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Vitamin Dietary Supplement for Dogs and Cats

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Nutripet is a palatable, high-energy concentrated paste containing fats, proteins, carbohydrates as well as Vitamins A, D, E, B1, B2, B6, B12, Nicotinamide, Calcium Pantothenate, Folic Acid, Iron, Manganese, Magnesium, and Iodine.


To acquaint your pet with the flavour, place a small pea-sized amount on your finger and into the mouth. When used to stimulate appetite, give 10g (approx. 2 x 10cm strips) daily per 5kg bodyweight. When used as the main source of nutrition, give 15g (approx. 3 x 10cm strips) daily per 5kg bodyweight, or as required.

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  • Vitamin and energy supplement for inclusion in the diets of dogs and cats when vitamin and energy levels may be low.

  • Store below 30°C (room temperature).

  • Ilium Veterinary Products

  • Lyppard

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  • 1
    Poor web design

    Written by David Kaye on 21st Jan 2021

    Staff, If the product is out of stock, as it is now, don't bury the news in the bowels of the small print, make it noticeable at the top: Nutripet 200g OUT OF STOCK {Details} {Reviews}

  • 3
    Top product

    Written by Darien Northcote on 24th Oct 2020

    Nutripet 200 g (was Nutrigel) is just a brilliant product for convalescing or neglected skinny animals, gets them quickly on the road to recovery. The service from the Animal Pharmacy is just brilliant!

  • 5
    Nutrigel is the best!

    Written by Belinda Morris on 13th Aug 2018

    Nutrigel is the best! I've been able to save many rescued animals' lives with this. When they're too sick or weak to eat, Nutrigel gives them a high dose of nutrients to keep them going and it also stimulates their appetite to get them eating on their own. It's an essential product for animal rescuers to have on hand.

  • 0

    Written by Paul Ng on 22nd May 2018

    Postage too high. Robbed by the postal cost