MSE Liquid Rescue is a liquid probiotic recommended for sick or stressed
pets, and pets that undergo surgery or other stressful veterinary
procedures, including vaccinations. It comes in a convenient 10 ounce
squeeze bottle. This product and
MSE Paste Rescue contain the same
microorganisms as the MSE Daily Boost and
MSE Natural Defense, but at
approximately four and two times the concentration of MSE Daily Boost
and MSE Natural Defense, respectively. It is recommended for sick pets, and
pets that undergo surgery or other stressful veterinary procedures. MSE
Liquid Rescue and MSE Paste Rescue are intended to be used on an as-needed basis before and after surgery or for the duration of an illness. Sicker
pets should receive larger doses and/or be dosed more frequently.
MSE Paste or Liquid Rescue can be used either preventatively or as treatment. MSE Liquid Rescue is for sick or stressed pets. It should be offered on food if the animal is eating, or orally if the animal is not. Both MSE Liquid and Paste Rescue have a bitter taste, due to all the vitamins. Some pets, especially cats, will not consume them voluntarily. In these cases, give these products orally. MSE Liquid Rescue should be fed as long as the pet is sick or stressed. Assume one squirt (along with moderate pressure on the sides) of the squeeze bottle is 1 cc. Dosage may be increased and/or given more frequently if illness persists or as long as the animal is receiving antibiotics. The daily dose can be divided and given at different times during the day. Cats will have to be restrained before treatment. Some cats will voluntarily consume MSE Liquid Rescue if mixed in milk, or added to a mixture of milk and egg.
Liquid Rescue comes in a 10-ounce squeeze bottle. Squirt Liquid Rescue directly on the food; assume one squirt (along with moderate pressure on the sides of the squeeze bottle) is 1 ml. Liquid Rescue is less palatable than MSE Daily Boost or MSE Natural Defense due to the addition of vitamins, which can taste bitter to some pets; some pets, especially cats, will not consume it voluntarily.
To increase palatability, try mixing
with milk, or adding to a mixture of milk and egg. If the pet is not eating
or will not eat it on food, you may need to restrain the pet and squirt
it directly into the pet’s mouth. Many pets will eat it if it is drizzled on
their favorite food. The daily amount may be given throughout the day.
Cats – Minimum of 5 ml (1 teaspoon) per day.
Dogs (up to 100 pounds) – Minimum of 5 ml (1 teaspoon) per day.
Dogs (over 100 pounds) – 1 ml per 20 pounds of body weight per day. For example, a 140 pound dog should be fed 7 ml/day (1 teaspoon
equals 5 ml).
The dosage may be doubled for those animals that are very ill, severely stressed, and/or receiving antibiotics. When receiving antibiotics, it is strongly recommended to feed probiotics at twice the usual rate because antibiotics can kill probiotic microorganisms. Do not give the antibiotic and probiotic at the same time; they should be fed at least four hours apart. Probiotics can prevent secondary infections and may help the animal recover faster.
Note: MSE Liquid Rescue is not meant to be given at rates higher than three times the recommended dose for longer than a few days, as they contain vitamins that can accumulate and cause adverse effects. Doses higher than three times the recommended dose may be given to critically ill animals for short periods of time.
For best results, keep sealed and refrigerated (do not freeze). If stored properly, this product will remain viable for one year.
Available in 10 oz Bottle and 2-Pack Only. FREE Shipping.
If ambient temperature is above 80 F, an insulated shipping container with an ice pack is strongly recommended. Simple select product "With Ice Pack". When ordering more than one probiotic item, "Ice Pack" only needs to chosen once. All items will be shipped in the insulated box.
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