The Honest Kitchen Perfect Form Herbal Digestive Supplement for Dogs & Cats 3.2oz

The Honest Kitchen
$21.25
$25.00

The Honest Kitchen Perfect Form Herbal Digestive Dog & Cat Supplement supports the normal healthy functioning of your dog or cat’s digestive tract. This pet nutrition supplement combats gas, facilitates regularity, firms up loose stools, and soothes and protects the GI Tract. Perfect Form is ideal for pets with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Colitis or occasional digestive upset (diarrhea or vomiting). Use in conjunction with a grain-free diet for best results. It can be fed directly or mixed with food.

KEY FEATURES

  • Helps support proper gastrointestinal and bowel health
  • Combats gas, facilitates regularity, firms up loose stools, soothes and protects the GI tract
  • Helpful for dogs with Irritable Bowel Syndrome, IBD, Colitis or occasional digestive upset from factors such as environmental stress, transitioning to a new diet, or dietary indiscretion
  • 100% human grade with minimally processed dehydrated whole food ingredients such as herbs like slippery elm, fennel and plantain
  • Safe and effective for both dogs and cats

Nutritional Info

INGREDIENTS: 

Papaya Leaf, Plantain, Slippery Elm, Organic Pumpkin Seed, Pectin, Papain and Fennel.

Feeding Instructions

Combine the following amounts with an equal quantity of water to create a gel, and administer twice daily or as needed.

Customer Reviews

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Don't know how well it works as my kitten was introduced to this while being supplemented on PetAG probiotics (lil' one was on a diarrhoea run) and subsequently on Gimcat Multivitamin Paste (this is fabulous but it's a shame that Singapore doesn't bring in Gimcat). This smells really strong, reminds me of TCM medicine LOLs so it took quite a while to introduce it into my kitten's diet by mixing it with bone broth and adding this "soup" to his wet food.

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Stinks

Even I find it stinky. This is super well reviewed globally but my fussy eater won’t touch his food once this is added. I don’t blame him - imagine how much it stinks to kitty.

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