Novequin DPF (Digestive Probiotic Formula) by Arthur Andrew Medical is a veterinary pharmaceutical grade synbiotic with digestive enzyme support. Synbiotics are a mixture of PRO and PRE biotics that facilitate a healthy intestinal and hindgut microflora balance.
An equines kidneys and pancreas are not optimized for scheduled meals that contain high levels of protein. While protein is essential for muscle definition and mass, too much of it can lead to digestive complications.
Equine digestive systems have adapted to continuous digestion of foods while grazing. Enzymes and probiotics are essential to prevent colic when switching horses from dry food to pasture grazing. When enzyme levels are low, feed can remain undigested causing impactions or colic.
Novequin contains enzymes specially developed to digest high protein vegetation allowing the animals to be fed larger meals without over-stressing their digestive system.
The formula also contains a naturally occurring intestinal microorganisms and beneficial yeast to support immune health and reverse the harmful effects of antibiotics.
Optimal digestive health can improve lean body mass, strengthen hooves, reduce shedding and promote a sleek, glowing coat.
Novequin DPF Veterinary Benefits:
- Upset stomach
- Weakened immune systems
- Autoimmune disorders
- Weight management
- Performance and endurance
- Coat appearance and hoof quality
- Enhancing appetite
Novequin DPF Ingredients 2 level scoops (10 grams):
Calcium Carbonate 1, 150 mg
Prebiotic Vitafiber IMO 770 mg
Proprietary Probiotic Blend: 2 billion CFU
Yeast Culture, E. faecium, L. acidophilus
Proprietary Enzyme Blend:
Protease, Amylase, Hemicellulase, Cellulase
This product does not contain dairy, gluten, soy, artificial colors or preservatives.
The following dosage schedule may be used as general guideline. Optimal dosage may be different depending on the individual animals need or as suggested by your veterinarian.
Therapeutic/Medicinal 3 Scoops 3 times per day
Maintenance/ Preventative 1 Scoop 1 to 2 times per day