PetAg., Inc. launches its improved Bene-Bac Plus® probiotic formula now featuring FOS (fructooligosaccharides) prebiotic which is a supplement for dog’s, cat’s, other small and large mammal’s, and bird’s and reptile’s health. The new Bene-Bac Plus formula will be available nation-wide September, 1, 2011 at leading retail outlets where pet products are sold and online at http://www.petag.com beginning October 1.
Probiotics are live microorganisms normally found in the gut, which contains 60-70 percent of all immune system cells present in the body. When a prebiotic is added to the formula, the probiotic’s effect is increased, as the prebiotic acts as a food source for the probiotics. Bene-Bac Plus, which contains FOS prebiotic, is one of the most efficient prebiotics and the formula is the only one to include seven stabilized strains of bacteria.
Used as a supplement, Bene-Bac Plus may be especially important to maintaining an animal’s health during all life stages and especially appropriate for neonates, seniors or animals receiving antibiotic therapy. Animals experiencing stress from changing nutritional or environmental conditions also benefit from Bene-Bac Plus.
Bene-Bac Plus is available in a gel or powder formula in a variety of sizes and retails for $3.59-to $25.99. The complete product line can be found at http://www.petag.com. PetAg, Inc. is headquartered in Hampshire, Ill., where it has been a leading manufacturer for 80 years of high-quality pet nutrition and health conscious products. PetAg., Inc. is the leading producer of weight management and senior pet products, two of the fastest growing categories in the pet industry, and is a highly respected maker of pet supplements used by pet owners and veterinarians.
A Technical Service representative is available to answer product use and technical questions Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. CST at 800-323-0877. Consumers can earn free products by joining PetAg’s Frequent Buyer Program online.
For more information about PetAg products and for helpful tips on animals’ fitness and health, visit http://www.petag.com.