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Florentero Symbiotic Chewable Tablets (30 ct)
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Florentero Symbiotic Chewable Tablets (30 ct)

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This item has been discontinued. Looking for an alternative? Try Proflora Probiotic Soft Chews (60 Count)!

Proflora Probiotics The combined action of prebiotics (Fructooligosaccharides and Mannaoligosaccharides) together with titrated and gastro-protected probiotics (belonging to four different families) makes Florentero a dietetic product suited for the reconstruction of regular and efficient intestinal bacterial flora in dogs and cats. Prebiotics feed saprophytes only, and carry an acidifying action that allows the reproduction of probiotics even in an altered environment. The mechanism of interference against pathogens, that develops during the reproduction, accelarates considerably the resolution of dismicrobism.

Florentero is indicated in every dismicrobism due to: diarrhoea, motility disorders, diet and climatic stress, hard work or contest preparation, seasonal or dietetic changes, medicine treatment, food poisoning and organic weakening due to parasitic and infectious diseases of the digestive trac. Tablet palatability, absence of collateral effects and group B vitamins among its ingredients make Florentero a safe and effective product even when used as a complement to antibiotic or chemotherapeutical treatments.

For Use In: Dogs & Cats


Ingredients for Paste: Paraffin Oil, Malt extract, Fructoligosaccharides, Vegetable oil and fat, Yeast cell walls, Glycerol mono stearate.

Ingredients for Tablets: Fructoligosaccharides, Brewer's yeast, Maltodextrin, Lactose, Maize starch, Vegetable oils and fats, Magnesium stearate

Additives: vitamins and provitamins, microorganism,...

Useful Information

Dosage and use: Split the following daily dosage in two times, one in the morning and one in the evening:
Cats: 1 ml of paste or 1 tablet per day
Dogs: 1 ml of paste or 1 tablet per day each 7 kg
Administration should last 7 to 10 days and could be extended depending on your veterinarian advice.

Customer Reviews

Review Summary
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83% Recommend this product (5 of 6 responses)
By Dog l.
Medford OR
Review for Florentero Symbiotic Chewable Tablets (30 ct)
August 16, 2016
Easy to use product. Dogs seem to like, so no problem getting them to take it.
By Hamish623
Calgary, AB
Excellent for keeping a settled tummy
April 7, 2016
Our mini schnauzer has had endless stomach upsets, resulting in expensive trips to the vet hospital. A Florentero tablet a day has helped greatly to keep her digestion on track. She loves the tablets and they are easier to give than the powder form of probiotic. Fifty cents a day is much better than hundreds of dollars at the hospital.
By Dog R.
Very Helpful Product
March 7, 2016
We have an old blind and mostly deaf dog. She still does alright but has recently had a bout of loose stools. We tried all the things that usually work to get her on track but no luck. My vet gave me a free sample of this product and it really helped quite a bit. It's like any medication; it works for some and not for others, but in this case, it made an old dog feel better. She will be on it for the foreseeable future.
By MyFelineOverlords
Philadelphia, PA
my cats couldn't chew it
March 5, 2014
Bought this over a year ago. The tablets are large, dense, and hard. The cats who need it wouldn't do more than lick them. (The cat who chews rawhide would have no problem with these, but she's not in need of treatment.)

If smaller or less dense, these would be better for cats.
By catlady
October 30, 2013
This product works great on one of my kitties. It allows Blue to eat normally and his bowel movements are regular and formed. Without it he has terrible runny bowel movements along with lethargy, and just not his usual playful, silly self. Feeding every other day works great. Every third day wasn't often enough. Great product!
By denpq
Cures problems with cat's loose stool / diarrhea
December 16, 2010
My cat was having terrible problems with loose stool. My veterinarian tried several things, but the only thing that worked was Florentero. I keep a supply in the house now for when it flares up again. Treatment for one week (1/2 pill 2 times a day) solves the problem.

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