Complete food specifically for rabbits with kidney and liver problems.
Cunipic Vet Line Renal Detoxication for rabbits is a veterinary recommended food specially formulated to solve kidney and liver problems in rabbits.
It is a complete food with a specific formula for rabbits with kidney and liver problems. It provides an organic detoxifying effect due to the presence of potentially medicinal plants with beneficial liver and kidney action.
Cunipic VetLine Renal Detoxication is indicated for the treatment of chronic or acute renal failure, non-specific toxicity states, treatment of urinary crystals, hepatic encephalopathy, post-surgery or after antimicrobial or anti-inflammatory therapy. In addition, the included medicinal plants have the ability to remove toxins from the body and strengthen the immune system.
Natural pasture hay, sunflower meal, wheat meal, German chamomile, milk thistle, horsetail, barley, alfalfa, chlorella, goldenrod, calendula, garlic, raspberry leaf, natural prebiotics and probiotics, echinacea.
Crude protein: 12,50%, Crude ash: 2,40%, Crude fibre: 18,50%, Crude moisture: 11,22%.
Vitamin A (3a672a): 10,000 IU/kg, Vitamin D3 (3a671): 1,000 IU/kg, Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) (3a700): 35 mg/kg, Omega-3 y Omega-6
Recommended daily dose:
> 500 gr = 40 gr
0,5-1 kg = 80 gr
1-1,5 kg = 125 gr
+2 kg = 160 gr
Instructions for use:
Shake the bag a little before each use.
Switch over gently by mixing with the current feed for the first 10 days.
Cunipic recommends to feed this food to your rabbit for 30 days or otherwise recommended by a veterinarian.
Always provide fresh drinking water.
Cunipic Vetline Renal Detoxication should be given in case of chronic kidney disease, acute kidney disease, non-specific toxicity, recurrent bladder disease, hepatic encephalopathy, post-operative (detoxification after anaesthesia), after anti-bacteriological or anti-inflammatory treatment.
Do not give to pregnant and lactating rabbits and animals younger than 4 years.
Contents: 1.4 kg
In case of illness, always go to a rabbit expert vet first! This is a supportive diet not a medicine.