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Nutripet gel 200g [ item TS01 ]     
A highly palatable source of calorie and vitamin supplementation

Nutrigel High Energy Vitamin Concentrate is a highly palatable source of calorie and vitamin supplementation and is recommended for inclusion in diets where levels may be low.

Total Carbs 64.8%
Total Fats 25%
Total Protein 2%

It contains Vitamins A, D, E, B1, B2, B6, B12, Nicotinamide, Calcium Pantothenate, Folic Acid, Iron, manganese, Magnesium, and iodine, in a palatable base consisting of fats, proteins and carbohydrates providing approximately 1500 kilojoules of metabolizable energy per 100g.

Directions for Use: Nutrigel is highly palatable and usually accepted by mouth. To acquaint your pet with the flavour, place a small amount in the mouth. When used during convalescence and to stimulate appetite, give 10g (approx. 2x10cm strips) daily per 5kg bodyweight. When used as the main source of nutrition, give 15g (approx. 3x10cm strips) daily per 5kg bodyweight, or as required.

(obtained from www.troylab.com.au)
  • Vitamin A 9.5mg/100g
  • Vitamin D3 22mcg/100g
  • Vitamin E 100mg/100g
  • Vitamin B1 67mg/100g
  • Vitamin B2 4.8mg/100g
  • Vitamin B6 25mg/100g
  • Vitamin B12 67mcg/100g
  • Nicotinamide 50mg/100g
  • Calcium pantothenate 42mg/100g
  • Iron (peptonised) 8.5mg/100g
  • Folic Acid 4mg/100g
  • Manganese 17mg/100g
  • Iodine 200mg/100g

    ** Nutripet does contain high levels of sugar/carbohydrates, so give sparingly. Nutripet is sometimes recommended for use in the emergency treatment of insulinoma seizures, however honey is more suitable. If your ferret experiences an insulinoma seizure, rub honey on his/her gums (do not try to get the ferret to drink sugar water), and take to a vet immediately.

    Price: $14.00

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