About this item
- Meets Puppy Nutritional Needs: Formulated to give puppies needed nutrients during weaning
- Contains: Coconut oil, canola oil, whey, casein, vitamin b12, taurine, riboflavin, and many more
- Second Step: Precede with Esbilac or mother's milk for optimal results
- Highly Digestible Formula: Easy on puppies' tummies and convenient to use
- Excellent Care Solution: PetAg delivers top-quality products for owners and animal professionals
Help your puppy transition to solid food while staying healthy with the PetAg Esbilac 2nd Step Puppy Weaning Food with natural milk protein. This creamy transitional cereal is for puppies 4-8 weeks old, and provides a diet to introduce nursing puppies to solid food. Specially formulated to meet the nutritional needs of puppies being weaned from mother’s milk or bottle feeding, it contains natural milk protein that’s highly digestible plus essential vitamins, minerals, and trace nutrients. Giving it to your little one is easy?just mix it with fresh, clean water for an oatmeal-like consistency and let your puppy lap it from his favorite bowl. Plus, it comes in a ready-to-mix powder that stays fresh without refrigeration. Each purchase comes with a 14-ounce canister of powder. PetAg, Inc. provides pet owners and animal professionals with the most effective pet products, including milk replacers, nutritional and health supplements, and grooming supplies. Directions for Feeding: Esbilac 2nd Step should be lapped out of a bowl and not fed from a bottle. Esbilac 2nd Step has been formulated to meet the nutritional needs of young puppies being weaned from their mother or bottle-fed puppies progressing to solid foods. For best results, the product should be mixed with ready-to-feed liquid Esbilac or reconstituted powder Esbilac to give the consistency necessary to get good food consumption. If Esbilac is not available, water may be used. Fresh, clean water should always be available for drinking. It is recommended that Esbilac 2nd Step be fed until puppies are 7 or 8 weeks old when they can be fed commercial puppy or dog food as desired. All changes in diet should be made gradually over one week. Storage: Powder does not need to be refrigerated but should be kept covered and stored in a cool, dry place. Avoid exposure to excessive temperature.