Pet Wellbeing - GI Clean Up for Dogs - Natural Support for Dog Worms - 2oz (59ml)

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Description

  • This formula is entirely prepared with herbs that are certified organic, ethically wild-harvested or selectively imported if domestic sources are not available. We only buy from trusted growers. Tested for purity.
  • Supports a strong gut environment that is undesirable for parasites.
  • Safe & gentle Suitable for ongoing, cyclical use.
  • No Wormwood or Black Walnut For non-acute situations only.
  • GI CleanUp Gold is a safe and effective way to help keep the gastrointestinal tract "clean" and healthy.
  • What is GI CleanUp Gold? This comprehensive herbal formula provides a natural way to assist your pets health and deal
    with unwanted organisms in the GI (gastrointestinal) tract. In addition, GI CleanUp Gold is a safe and effective way to
    help keep the gastrointestinal tract "clean" and healthy. What is GI CleanUp Gold used for? GI CleanUp Gold can assist
    the body's innate resistance to organisms in the GI tract. It can be used cyclically to enhance a dog's likelihood of
    maintaining a normal GI tract free of undesirable intestinal parasites that can be commonly contracted by canines. *GI
    CleanUp Gold contains no Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) or Black Walnut (Juglans nigra). These ingredients are
    routinely added to intestinal worm formulas and can pose potential toxicity to your canine. If you know or suspect that
    your dog has intestinal parasites, it is of great importance to take immediate action, particularly if your pet is still
    a puppy. GI CleanUp Gold is intended for non-acute situations and for use as a general preventative. Your veterinarian
    can assist you in understanding whether your canine is experiencing acute symptoms. Most common intestinal parasites in
    pets include roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms. Less commonly seen are Coccidia, Giardia and whipworms. If you see
    worms in your dog's stool, it is a good idea to have a veterinarian perform a full health check on your pet.

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