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Ramard Total GI Health Canine (45 Chewable Tablets)

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Ramard Total GI Health Canine is an effective gastrointestinal supplement that addresses digestive issues such as poor absorption, bacteria buildup, loose stool, and upset stomach. It is formulated with canine-specific nucleotides that support cell replication, lengthen villi in the digestive tract, and promote absorption. Total GI is a proven solution that promotes the growth of probiotic bacteria by increasing cell reproduction growth to support your dog's natural body healing process. This boosting supplement not only restores your pup's digestive health to normal, but also promotes immune function to keep your pet happy and healthy!

  • Promotes proper function of the digestive system
  • Addresses loose stool due to stress inducing environment or diet change
  • Promotes healthy probiotic bacteria in the stomach
  • Prevents damage from free radicals
  • Supports protective bowel layers
  • Ingredients

    Active Ingredients (per tablet):
    Nucleoforce (TM) - 600 mg
    Glutamine - 400 mg
    BioflavEx - 200 mg
    Bromelain - 200 mg
    Turmeric - 150 mg
    Omega 3 Alpha Linolenic Acid (ALA) - 100 mg
    Vitamin C - 100 mg
    Omega 6 Gamma Linoleic Acid (GLA) - 27 mg
    Omega 9 Oleic Acid - 27 mg
    Zinc - 10 mg
    Beta-Glucan - 2.25 mg

    Useful Information

    Directions for Use:
    0-25 lbs - 1/2 tablet daily
    26-50 lbs - 1 tablet daily
    51-75 lbs - 1.5 tablets daily
    76-up - 2 tablets daily
    Or as directed by your veterinarian, Dosage may be increased as needed, do not exceed double the recommended dosage per day.

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