Vetafarm Poly-aid Plus 80g

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SKU
I167575
Health Type
Supplement
Description
Poly Aid Plus is a welcome addition to a bird keeper's first aid kit, along with Spark Liquid and Avian Crittacare. Key features: Literally saves lives when administered to birds that are sick, stressed or injured by providing critical nutrients in a concentrated direct dose. Contains sustained release carbohydrates for ongoing energy, Probotic to restore gut flora, essential proteins, vitamins and electrolytes to assist in recovery from illness and stress. Can be administered directly via medication needle or added to food sources for animals eating voluntarily but require additional dietary support to make a stronger recovery

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