UncategorizedPetAg Bene-Bac Plus Pet Powder with FOS and Probiotics – Recommended for All Ani





PetAg Bene-Bac

Bene-Bac Plus Pet Powder contains concentrated FOS and live, naturally occurring microorganisms.

Bene-Bac Plus is recommended any time an animal experiences changing nutritional conditions.


  • Contains seven fat-encapsulated, common microorganisms found in intestinal tract of small mammals
  • Provides help for changing conditions, including, but not limited to birth, breeding, post-surgery, antibiotic therapy, weaning, worming, showing, boarding and travel
  • 20 million colony-forming units (CFU) of viable bacteria per gram
  • Recommended as part of the management program for all animals subjected to adverse conditions
  • May be used for regular maintenance


Direction for Use: Initial Feeding: Provide one feeding from table below on days 1, 3, 5 and 7, and then one feeding per week until weaned.

Body Weight Amount of Bene-Bac Plus: <1/2 lb. (227g) 1/4 level teaspoon, 1/2 lb. – 1 lb. 1/2 level teaspoon, 1 lb. – 5 lb. 1 level teaspoon, 5 lbs. – 20 lbs. 2 level teaspoons, 20 lbs. + 3 level teaspoons.

1/4 teaspoon scoop included in jar. For Maintenance: Use above recommended daily amount once weekly. Feed animals by top dressing Bene-Bac Plus powder on moistened or dry food. Discard uneaten food after no more than 8 hours and thoroughly wash dishes.

General Information: Give the indicated amount when an animal first arrives; when traveling (before departure and after arrival); one to two hours after worming; at birth; prior to supplementing or hand rearing of the newborn; at weaning; when dietary changes occur; or as indicated by your veterinarian when animals are treated with antibiotics. If diarrhea or anorexia (loss of appetite) persists, contact your veterinarian.

Storage: Store in cool dry conditions. Refrigeration not necessary.


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