Tomlyn Nutri-Cal Dietary Dog Supplement

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Product Summary:

Tomlyn Nutri-Cal Dietary Supplement for Pets

 

Whether your animal is stressed, ill, or just plain picky, you can rely on Nutri-Cal®. The trusted low-volume, high calorie formula has been vet recommended and used for over 50 years to supply nutrients and energy to those pets that need it, when they need it most.

 

Features:

 

·         For stressed or debilitated animals, those suffering from illness, recovering from surgery or whelping, aging animals and picky eaters

·         Potent dietary supplement supplies Vitamins A, D and E, Phosphorus, Thiamine, Calcium, Manganese, Iodine, Potassium, Iron, Folic Acid, Riboflavin and other essential nutrients

·         Easy to digest

·         Stimulates the appetite with a delicious taste no dog or cat can resist

·         Easy to give—offer it on your finger, on your pet’s paw, or in food

 
Item Specifications:
 

Type:

Dog
Cat
 

Size:

4.25 oz.

 

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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Roxie's Delight I like to mix in a few teaspoons of this wet food with dry food and she just loves it. February 14, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Product package need improvement It's a good product, but it would be nice to make it more user friendly & have the product in a tube with measurement like a horse wormer. Most of the time the fish oil drips out onto the floor & when I tried to squeeze it into my dog's mouth usually not the gel but air comes out of the tube. October 12, 2010
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