*Check out the great informative video from Robbo and Hannah at Western Rivers Veterinary Group on how Pysillium Husk works in horses
- Premium Human Food Grade
- Water soluble fibre
- Maybe added to food
- Gluten Free
- Psyllium Husk can be used as
- a fibre bulking agent,
- used to stimulate gastrointestinal tract activity to help avoid impaction with faeces or sand in horses
- Psyllium Husk can also be used as a dietary fibre to relieve symptoms of constipation and mild diarrhoea, and as a stool thickener to help aid with anal gland issues in dogs
|Horses||Dogs and cats|
|To be mixed in with dry feed. To improve palatability try mixing Psyllium Husk with molasses to make a crumble and spread over feed.||Maintenance-125g to 250g on two consecutive days.
High Risk– 250g on two consecutive days
|Dosage varies based on the pet and situation. Consult your veterinarian or animal health specialist for dosing advice for your specific requirements.|
Crooked Lane Harvest products are supplied as a raw material only. Please refer to your health specialist for advice specific to your needs.
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