The Honest Kitchen Perfect Form Herbal Supplement, 5.5-Ounce

Perfect Form supplement for dogs and cats and tackles lots of the things. The herbs in this supplement are recognized for their power to soothe and protect the GI Tract and in short order. Whether the culprit is a sip of dirty water, food sensitivities or an inherently sensitive tummy, Perfect Form nutrition supplement combats gas, facilitates regularity, firms up loose stools, soothes and protects the GI Tract. Perfect Form is the ideal pet supplement for dogs and cats with Irritable Bowel, IBD, Colitis or occasional digestive upset. Use this supplement in conjunction with a grain-free diet for best results. Use on a routine or as-needed basis. Contains papaya leaf, plantain, slippery elm, pectin, organic pumpkin seed, fennel and papain. How to use, Measure the suggested amount based on your pet’s weight and mix with a small amount of warm water. Stir into your pet’s food, or mix with Ice Pups liquid treat.

Quick facts

  • Perfect Form supplement for dogs and cats and tackles lots of the things
  • The herbs in this supplement are recognized for their power to soothe and protect the GI Tract and in short order
  • Perfect Form nutrition supplement combats gas, facilitates regularity, firms up loose stools, soothes and protects the GI Tract
  • Perfect Form is the ideal pet supplement for dogs and cats with Irritable Bowel, IBD, Colitis or occasional digestive upset
  • 5.5-ounce canister

Top reviews

German Shepherd with intermittent diarrhea CURED!

My adopted German Shepherd is absolutely gorgeous, sweet and smart – but came to our house from the shelter with a VERY sensitive digestive tract. Recently, she had a very, long-lasting bout of diarrhea and I had a few days worth of Pro-Pectalin from the vet – but she still wasn’t completely recovered. So, I went to our local alternative pet food store and they told me about this product. This stuff is amazing! You only need a little bit (even for a 69 lb dog) and it worked better than the stuff from the vet the first time I gave it to her. It’s a green powder and doesn’t look like something a dog would eat, but once you mix it in the food with a little water or chicken broth – she gobbled it right up. I think the slippery elm in it soothes the irritated intestines. Anyway, it works great. I highly recommend it.
SerinaCarson, ND