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Diarsanyl Plus

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  • Diarsanyl® Plus manages digestive upsets and diarrhea
  • An improved nutrition supplement for long-term intestinal health
  • Added prebiotics promote the growth of "good bacteria"
  • Coats the intestinal lining for effective relief
  • Comes in a ready-to-use syringe with a calibrated plunger
Description
Manage your pet's digestive upsets and diarrhea with Diarsanyl® Plus. The nutritional supplement maintains digestive function, and it is used as an aid in coating the intestinal mucosa. Now contains prebiotics that are scientifically proven to maintain normal intestinal flora by promoting the growth of "good bacteria" and eliminating harmful bacteria. The vanilla-flavored paste contains dextrose and glycerol for energy. The oral paste is more effective than pills or powder. Comes in a ready-to-use syringe with a calibrated plunger for easy and accurate dosing.
Ingredients

Nutritional constituents: montmorrillonite, electrolytes (sodium chloride, potassium sorbate, magnesium citrate), sugars (lactose, dextrose, glycerol).

Each 10 ml syringe contains 4 grams of montmorrillonite and 2.5 grams of dextrose.
Each 60 ml syringe contains 24 grams of montmorrillonite and 15 grams of dextrose.

Instructions
Turn the ring until it reaches the desired graduated position. Insert syringe into the corner of the pet's mouth and push down on plunger. Place paste as far back on pet's tongue as possible.

Administer orally for 3 days.

Syringe Size Animal Weight Each graduation on the syringe
measures:
Dose rate
Morning Evening
10 mL 4-15 lbs 1 mL 1 mL 1 mL
16-40 lbs 1 mL 2 mL 2 mL
40-66 lbs 1 mL 4 mL 4 mL
60 mL 67-132 lbs 10 mL 10 mL 10 mL


For animal use only.
Store at room temperature.
Oral medications should be given one hour before or three hours following the administration of Diarsanyl® Plus.

Keep out of reach of children.
Species Info
10 ml syringe: For cats and small dogs.
60 ml syringe: For large dogs, foals, and calves
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