|Active Ingredients Per CC (1ml)|
|Enterococcus faecium||0.2 billion (2x10)8 cfu|
INACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Artificial Flavors, Chicken Flavor, Powdered Sugar, Silicon Dioxide, Soybean Oil.
|Under 11 lbs.||1|
Administer orally every 8 hours or as indicated by your veterinarian.
Store in a cool, dry place.
100% Recommend this product (8 of 8 responses)
By Diane M.
Love this product!
November 14, 2020
My vet gave this to my dog for her sensitive stomach and it worked wonders. Well my older boy has a sensitive stomach too! So now when their tummy troubles act up I have a reliable way to treat them. EntirelyPets is less expensive than the vet and has autoship , so it comes every other month...just fabulous!
By Pat H.
November 2, 2020
this worked liked MAGIC, almost instantly.
Conshard to give just 1cc when holding down small dog.
May 4, 2019
I have bought a few tubes of this is it works immediately when a dog has diahrrhea.Great product
ProsWorks quickly ,beef flavor
Pro- pectalin gel 15cc
June 7, 2017
February 7, 2017
We have a miniature schnauzer who occasionally receives a tidbit of greasy people food. The result is usually spitting up or, more often, loose stool. The best idea is NO people food. The second best idea is this product. It is easily administered and well-accepted by our dog. It takes care of the problem quickly. We won't be without it.
May 27, 2016
I usually get a diarrhetic phase when pups are being weaned and adjusting from milk to food. This stuff clears them up in two days, allowing them to have solid stools. Good stuff!
January 22, 2015
For some reason my two cats didn't like the flavor or consistency. They spit it out causing extra clean-up. Maybe because it was just different from their usual BeneBac.
It seems to work.
It seems to work.
February 1, 2013
Works great and easy to use. Vet recommended and was great but costly. Much better deal by purchasing through Entirely Pets.
Questions and Answers
1 Question & 1 Answer
from Chicago asked:
November 15, 2015
Can you give this with food? Unclear from instructions. The amount for a kitten would be small teaspoon correct. Hard to use the measurement feature
Hi Paula, Other customers have mixed this in with food, but many recommend smearing the dose on your cat's forearm to encourage them to lick it off. The recommended dosage for cats is 1 CC every 8 hours, which is approximately 0.20 teaspoons.
Submitted by: Customer Service on December 3, 2015