Kyron Nutrostim Gel


Sick or ailing pets or those recovering from an illness will benefit from Nutrostim gel – high in calories. Suitable for all pets, including hamsters.

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This high-calorie nutritional supplement contains Evening Primrose oil, carbohydrates, lecithin, fish oil, liver extract, vitamins and minerals. NUTROSTIM will improve appetite and provide your ill pet with the extra calories it needs to regain perfect health.

Nutrostim can also be given as a general tonic or a healthy treat. Nutrostim can be mixed with a bit of water to make a gravy and poured over your dog’s kibbles – all pets and hamsters, in particular, love the flavour.

Additional information

Weight 0.075 kg




Hamster, Cat, Dog


Life Stage

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Features and Benefits

  • Stimulates appetite.
  • Provides additional kilojoules needed during convalescence from illness and/or surgery.
  • It provides an extra source of energy for working and hunting dogs, cats, hamsters, guinea pigs, etc.
  • It could be given as a healthy treat to animals who are not ill.
  • It can be used to mask the taste of tablets where the animal is reluctant to accept this dosage form.

Directions for Use

7-10 ml (1½ to 2 medicine measures) per 5 kg body weight daily or as often as required.

Dosage can be adjusted for smaller animals. Nutrostim is palatable and will be readily accepted.  Squeeze Nutrostim onto the finger and invite the animal to lick it off.  If the animal is too ill to show interest, open the animal’s mouth and smear the gel on the gums.


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