11 oz pkg
Animal Fat And Vegetable Fat (Preserved With BHA And BHT), Dried Whey Protein Concentrate, Dried Whey, Sodium Caseinate, Dicalcium Phosphate, Lecithin, Calcium Carbonate, Choline Chloride, L-Arginine, Taurine, Mono And Diglycerides Of Edible Fats Or Oils, Magnesium Oxide, Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Vitamin E Supplement, Manganese Sulfate, Niacin Supplement, Calcium Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Vitamin A Acetate, Sodium Silico Aluminate, Sodium Selenite, Ascorbic Acid (Source Of Vitamin C), Ethylenediamine Dihydriodide Vitamin D3 Supplement, Cobalt Sulfate, Calcium Pantothenate, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12 Supplement, DL-Methionine, L-Lysine Monohydrochloride, Artificial Flavor.
Hartz® Kitten Milk Replacer. Easy-to-mix powdered formula. For kittens up to 6 weeks. Precisely formulated to support a kitten's. Bone development & growth - with calcium. Heart & eye development – with taurine. Respiratory health – with lysine. Healthy skin & coat – with linoleic acid. Made with real milk protein. Formulated to match mother’s milk. Easy to digest. Net Wt. 11 oz. (312g). Use with the Hartz® Pet Nursing Bottle. Designed to easily measure meals for consistent and precise feeding. Hartz® is a trademark of The Hartz Mountain Corporation. Precisely formulated to support a kitten's healthy growth. Hartz® Kitten Milk Replacer can also be used as a food supplement for the mother while pregnant or nursing her kittens or for convalescing cats. 1 Jar = 131 teaspoons of powder. Guaranteed analysis: Crude protein (minimum) 30%. Crude fat (minimum) 40%. Crude fiber (maximum) 0.8%. Moisture (maximum) 5%. Ash (maximum) 8%. Lysine (minimum) 2.8%. Linoleic acid (minimum) 4%. Calcium (minimum) 0.85%. Calcium (maximum) 1.2%. Phosphorus (minimum) 0.85%. Taurine (minimum) 0.3%. Calorie content 5000kcal ME/kg (calculated). Calories per teaspoon 11 kcal ME/tsp of powder.
This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only. Hartz® Kitten Milk Replacer should be served warm (room or body temperature). Do not heat formula because milk may become too hot. To warm the formula, pour the desired amount into the Hartz® Pet Nursing Bottle, and then place the bottle in a warm water bath. Before feeding, test temperature of milk by squeezing a drop on your arm. It should feel comfortably warm. Orphan Kitten Care Tips: Never hold a kitten on its back when nursing. Rest the kitten on its stomach and hold the bottle at a 45° angle from above while feeding. Sterilize the bottle and nipples before and between uses. Keep kitten warm and stimulate to go to the bathroom by gently rubbing its genitalia with a cottonball moistened with water (preferably before and after feedings).This is essential for its survival. When nursing, kittens should be weighed daily to make certain they are growing properly and to help gauge proper feeding portions. If the kitten develops diarrhea, cries constantly, fails to gain weight or becomes lethargic, consult your veterinarian. Feeding directions: If possible, the newborn kitten should nurse on the mother for at least 2 days. The mother's first milk includes colostrum, which provides extra nutrition and short-term protection against some diseases. Hartz® Kitten Milk Replacer can be fed to orphaned, small, or weak kittens from birth to 6 weeks old. Directions for preparation and use: Mix 1 part powder with 2 parts room temperature water and blend until lumps have dissolved completely. Daily Milk Replacer Preparation: Kitten body weight - Mixture: (Powder) - Water (room temperature). 4 oz - 2 teaspoons - 4 teaspoons. 8 oz - 4 teaspoons - 8 teaspoons. 16 oz (1 lb) - 8 teaspoons -16 teaspoons. Feeding Frequency: Age in weeks - Feeding frequency. 0-2 weeks - Every 2 hours. 3-5 weeks - Every 3-4 hours. Older than 5 weeks - Decrease amount of formula; increase feeding of solid food. For pregnant, nursing, or convalescing cats, mix 2 tablespoons of formula with cat’s food each day. Refrigerate after opening. Discard prepared formula after 24 hours. Discard unused powder 2 months after opening. Do not freeze. Consult your veterinarian for feeding advice. Weaning: At 5-6 weeks old, you can begin to wean the kitten. Coax your kitten to lap the milk replacer from a shallow saucer by letting it lick formula from your finger. Once the kitten begins lapping its own, mix solid kitten food with milk replacer and allow solid food to soften to a gruel. Thicken the gruel slightly each day by adding less milk replacer until the kitten is eating solid food.
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