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A milk substitute for dogs and cats. Animalac is a carefully balanced blend of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals formulated to meet the high nutritional needs of young debilitated animals.

Composition: Fats 10.7%, Protein 29.7%, Carbohydrates 49.2% and essential vitamins, minerals and amino acids.

A balanced blend of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and amino acids formulated to meet the nutritional needs of young and debilitated animals.

Contraindications Do not administer during the first 48 hours after birth if not an orphan as this may prevent absorption of antibodies from the mother's milk.

Directions for Use: 1 measure approx. 3.5g. 1 measure Animalac mixed well with 3 measures warm water will give 20mL mixture.

Orphan Pups and Kittens Feed orphan as much as it will comfortably consume, without forcing as overfeeding may cause diarrhoea. Feed approximately 20% of bodyweight (grams) in mLs. Divide the total daily requirement and feed over 4-6 feeds.

Pregnant and Nursing Dogs and Cats Supplement diet for bitches and queens with Animalac at the rate of one measure for each kg bodyweight particularly during the last 3 weeks of nursing and whilst they are nursing.

Available in 250g and 2.5kg

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Helen Sweeney (Adelaide, AU)
animalac plus

Only use animalac. pups have refused her powdered milk brands, but never a problem with this brand.

Great stuff (:

Have been feeding a newborn puppy this formula and he has even steadily gaining weight since. Mum loves it too and almost fights puppy for a drink out of the bottle! I've found that the puppy takes it a lot better than divetelact which he refused to drink after a day.

Karina Coogan
Animalac Plus

I've tried ALL the milk formula's for my puppies and the mother when she is breast feeding, so she doesn't lose too much weight. I've found the dogs like this the best -some brands the mum used to refuse to drink. From my point of view it also mixes very easily, where some other brand powders just don't seem to dissolve. I normally use a touch of warm water to make this into a loose paste, then add cold water or heat to desired temp.I expected that my dog might get diorreah from the cow's milk in this, and gastrointestinal irritation fromthe same, but it's never been an issue. I highly recommend this and won't use anything else now.