|Product Dimensions||3 x 5 x 23.1 cm; 80 Grams|
|Item model number||VE-067|
|Pet Life Stage||All|
|Allergen Information||Soy may contain|
|Size||30 ml (Pack of 1)|
|Number of Items||1|
|Storage Information||You don’t need to refrigerate Pro-Kolin Advanced. Store in a cool dry place, thoroughly clean after each use and replace the cap. On very hot days where you don’t have a suitable cool storage area, it can be stored in the refrigerator.|
|Special features||It absorbs excess water in the gastrointestinal tract|
|Item Weight||80 g|
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Pro-Kolin Advanced for Dogs Pro-Kolin Advanced for Dogs 30ml
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|Active ingredients||Probiotics - Enterococcus faecium (DSM 10663/ NCIMB 10415) 4b1707 Preplex prebiotics - Fructo-oligosaccharide (FOS) and acacia (Gum arabic), which helps to feed and stimulate the growth of beneficial bacteria. Kaolin and Montmorillonite - dual benefit natural binding agents that help firm up the faeces Pectin - to soothe the gut lining Psyllium - absorbs excess water in the gastrointestinal tract and regulates intestinal motility. Beta-glucans - To Support the immune system Artificial liver flavouring - for palatability and compliance. Contains soya oil and is not suitable for animals with soya allergies or sensitivities. See more|
About this item
- Pro-Kolin Advanced is a probiotic and prebiotic paste for dogs of all sizes.
- Supports your dog’s gastrointestinal function, firms-up faeces and soothes the gut lining.
- With probiotics, Preplex prebiotics, kaolin, montmorillonite, pectin, psyllium and beta-glucans.
- Pro-Kolin Advanced for Dogs has an artificial liver flavour for palatability and compliance.
- Pro-Kolin Advanced can be added to dog food or given directly to your pet.
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From the manufacturer
Pro-Kolin Advanced contains beneficial micro-organisms, several prebiotic sources, an optimal level of a dual-source binding agent and soothing fibres to support gastrointestinal function.
Directions For Use
Pro-Kolin Advanced is a highly palatable paste which is available in 15ml, 30ml and 60ml syringes with easy to read graduations, making the product easy to administer.
We reccomend using 15ml and 30ml syringes for small to medium dogs but also in a handy 60ml syringe for larger dogs.
Give by mouth for as long as considered necessary or as advised by your veterinary surgeon.
Pro-Kolin Advanced can be given up to three times daily, depending on severity.
What is the difference between Pro-Kolin+ and Pro-Kolin Advanced?
Pro-Kolin Advanced contains the same high quality ingredients as the original Pro-Kolin, but also contains a few extra ingredients to further support the gastrointestinal tract. These extra ingredients include another clay, montmorillonite, fibre in the form of psyllium and also beta-glucans. In addition to this, Pro-Kolin Advanced is now available as separate products for dogs and cats with different flavourings to please the most discerning canines and felines.
Store in a cool dry place, thoroughly clean after each use and replace the cap. On very hot days where you don’t have a suitable cool storage area, it can be stored in the refrigerator.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 3 August 2019
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By Mr Dave on 3 August 2019
Works well for my Westie if it has had a dodgy tum or been physically sick or it has had loose stools for more than a day.
Recommend this product to have in your doggy first aid kit.
As with all medicines if symptoms persist for more than a couple of days seek advice of your vet and of course always have plentiful supply of water for your dog to get access to as after bouts of sickness they can get dehydrated as much as humans do.
My Yorkie is over ten and has chronic pancreatitis. A vet recommended Pro-Kolin to him, which seemed to help sometimes, and other times it would prolong the symptoms. I recently took him to another vet, who kindly pointed out the fat content in Pro-Kolin, and I was ashamed I never bothered to read it. Pro-Kolin is a wonderful product, and it does work wonders, but ONLY if you are certain that your dog does not have pancreatitis or can handle high fat for short periods of time. Also, this should be clearly stated as a warning on the product, but isn't! It can make things worse, especially if it slips a vet's mind that the dog is susceptible to pancreatitis. It happens all the time.
Pancreatitis can be confirmed by blood work and a vet can also do a physical examination. One of the key giveaways is they get into a "praying" position often, and can't seem to get comfortable. If it's bad they might be retching, have vomiting, diarrhea, stomach noises, dry mouth / salivating (they are nauseated), ears back (in pain), or maybe can't get comfortable and are doing the "praying" position).
When my dog has a pancreatitis bout, I take away all food for several hours (he's usually not hungry if it's very bad anyway), including water if he's not holding it down, and continue to monitor him closely. If it doesn't improve how he feels I get a prescription for gabapentin (safe on stomach, for pain), he might have an injection for anti-nausea and pain, and an oral antacid.
Once he gets an appetite I divide the food I give him into several tiny meals throughout the day to make it easier on his pancreas. Wet, low fat food like Royal Canin Low Fat Gastrointestinal is good quality and dogs tend to like it, dry food has higher fat and is harder to digest. I often mix the Protexin satchets into the food to help resolve any upset stomach. You can give human food too, but it needs to be low in fat things like sweet potato, rice, maybe boiled chicken if they aren't too bad.
Hope this helps and that everyone's dogs feel better soon!
I think any dog owner would do well to have it in the house in case of stomach problems. I can't answer for flavour as never tried it myself lol