Complivit is a tasty nutritional supplement containing essential amino acids, vitamins, minerals and prebiotics. It can help lift energy levels and aid in the maintenance of a balanced diet.
Signs of Suboptimal Nutrient Intake
If your pet is showing any of the following characteristics, speak to your vet about Complivit:
Difficulty eating their normal food
Tiring easily during exercise
What Else Can I Do?
It is important to never force your pet to eat, but you can encourage them to eat. For example, offer food that is warm, soft and smells strongly. Sit with them, offer the food from your hand and talk to them gently to encourage them to take even a little from you.
It can be very stressful to see your cat or dog not eating, but a loss of appetite doesn’t necessarily indicate a health problem and could just mean a change in your pets eating habits. So be patient and speak to your vet if you are concerned.
Complivit can be given to any dog or cat with lowered dietary and energy intake. It is presented in an airless pump to ensure the product stays fresh and can be given directly or added to food.
For most situations, Complivit can be fed as necessary, but if used daily to provide a complete vitamin and mineral source. 1 tablespoon (15g) should be given per 10kg, per day.
For most situations, Complivit can be fed as necessary, but if used daily to provide a complete vitamin and mineral source. Recommended daily intake: 1 teaspoon (5g) should be given per 3-5kg of bodyweight.
Complivit contains all the essential amino acids for cats and dogs, including Taurine. Complivit also contains:
Energy, in the form of quick releasing sugars and more slowly metabolised oils