A nutritionally complete assist- feeding formula for convalescing carnivores.
Highly digestible protein sources make Carnivore Care an ideal choice when providing supplemental nutrition to carnivores that are not eating.
Some of the benefits of Carnivore Care are: * Easy to Mix * Easy to Syringe * Appealing Taste * Convenient * Complete Nutrition
Originally designed for ferrets, Carnivore Care may be used as a supplemental feed for other carnivorous animals.
Mix Carnivore Care with water to provide complete nutrition to rehabilitating carnivores with a reduced appetite.Many ferrets with gastrointestinal problems are reluctant to eat unless offered a highly palatable food. Hand feeding is recommended to aid in recovery and help prevent dehydration in cases of diarrhea.
Directions for Use:
As a general guideline, mix 2 parts Carnivore Care to 1 part water. The volume of water may be adjusted to achieve desired consistency. Divide into several feedings.
Water should be available to the animal at all times.
Refrigerate any unused portion after mixing and use within 24 hours. Best results are achieved when small amounts are mixed at the time of each feeding.
Oils and Fats 32.00%
Vitamin A 25,000 IU/kg
Vitamin D3 1,850 IU/kg
Vitamin C 400 mg/kg
Vitamin E 150 mg/kg
Copper 10 mg/kg
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