Wysong Epigen 90 Digestive Support Dry Ferret Food, 5-lb bag

$23.48 $27.49

Wysong Epigen 90 Digestive Support Dry Ferret Food, 5-lb bag

$23.48 $27.49
$23.48 $27.49
  • Description

    Nourish your small furry friend with a diet designed to optimize her wellness, not just meet minimum nutrition standards, when you fill her bowl with Wysong Epigen 90 Digestive Support Dry Ferret Food. Not satisfied with simply going grain-free, Wysong Epigen is the first dry kibble diet formulated with a patent-pending process that enables them to create a truly starch-free formula that closely mirrors the diet your critter was biologically designed to eat. It contains unprecedented levels of meat—60% protein and 16% fat—along with flaxseed, apple pectin and chicory root, as well as beneficial probiotics, enzymes, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, along with soluble fiber and enhanced prebiotics to support her digestive health.

    Key Benefits
    • Ultra-high protein, meat-based diet is formulated to optimize your furry friend’s wellness with 60% protein including real organic chicken.
    • Patent-pending extrusion process creates a truly starch-free diet that closely mirrors the diet he was biologically designed to eat.
    • Also features flaxseed and apple pectin, along with beneficial probiotics, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and omega fatty acids, along with soluble fiber and enhanced prebiotics.
    • Made in the USA at Wysong’s manufacturing facilities with domestically-sourced, USDA and FDA-approved ingredients.
    • Serve as a complete meal, topper or incretal protein booster; also an ideal therapeutic aid for convalescence, strength enhancet, immune stimulation, weight loss, or any condition requiring a high-protein diet.

    NOTE: Wysong Epigen is made with unprecedented protein levels and a highly nutrient-dense recipe that may not be right for all pets. It is very important that Epigen be introduced gradually as outlined in the Feeding Guidelines in order to help prevent digestive upset, especially when transitioning from a lower-protein diet or one that has been fed continuously over a long period of time.

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