Critter Be Better Probiotic Digestive Health Pellet Formula
combines American Pet Diner timothy hay with probiotics, vitamins,
minerals, and prebiotics for small pets with occasional digestive
upsets. Just like yogurt is good for us,
Critter Be Better is good for all small pets, even healthy ones (no vet visit required).
- Supports better digestion & increased immune function.
- Fortified with prebiotics, vitamins, minerals and probiotics.
- Helps stabilize the digestive tract increasing development of beneficial micro-flora, and discouraging growth of pathogens.
- Added electrolytes needed for healthy water balance.
Ingredients: Timothy Hay, Wheat Middlings, Soybean Meal, Beet
Pulp, Legume Roughage, Sodium Bentonite, Calcium Carbonate, Salt, Yeast
Culture, Choline Chloride, Yucca Schidigera Extract, DLmethionine,
Monocalcium-dicalcium Phosphate, Banana Flavor, Hydrated Sodium Calcium
Aluminosilicate, Magnesium Oxide, Vitamin E Suplmnt, Manganese
Proteinate, Zinc Sulfate, Zinc Proteinate, Copper Sulfate, Copper
Proteinate, Vitamin A Suplmnt, Vitamin D Suplmnt, D-Calcium
Pantothenate, Riboflavin Suplmnt, Vitamin B-12 Suplmnt, Niacin Suplmnt,
Sodium Selenite, Folic Acid, Menadion Dimethylpyrimidinol Bisulfate,
Biotin, Cobalt Carbonate, Ethylenediamine dihydroiodide, Pyridoxine
Hydrochloride, Thiamine Mononitrate
Crude Protein Not less than 14.5%
Crude Fat Not less than 2.0%
Crude Fiber Not less than 22.0%
Crude Fiber Not more than 30.0%
Ash Not more than 11.0%
Calcium Not less than 0.5%
Calcium Not more than 1.0%
Phosphorus not less 0.5%
Feeding instructions: (5 options)
- Sprinkle over pellets or hay
- Can be wetted and made into a mash and placed on
the roof of the animal’s mouth.
- Can be made into a ball bolus and put
into the animal’s mouth small balls at a time.
- Can be added to the
- Can be mixed with water or juice and put in a large feeding syringe and carefully meted out to the guinea pig from the corner of their mouth.
American Pet knows Critter Be Better will help
your pet feel better but always consult your veterinarian when problems
persist or your pet seems ill.