Ceva Animal Health has renamed its supplement to support digestion in cats and dogs.

The palatable oral paste previously known as Logic Diar-stop is now called Logic Firm.

The product contains intestinal protectants, including montmorillonite, electrolytes and dextrose, and maintains intestinal function by coating and protecting the intestinal cells and absorbing toxins, the company said.


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Promoting growth

A spokesman said: “Logic Firm also contains prebiotics called fruco-oligosaccharides, which help maintain normal intestinal flora by promoting the growth of good bacteria such as bifidobacteria and lactobacilli, at the expense of potentially pathogenic bacteria.

“It also stimulates the production of the short chain fatty acids acetate, propionate and butyrate, which are important energy sources for the large intestine.”

Logic Firm is available in 10ml, 24ml and 60ml tubes. The 10ml is suitable for animals weighing 2kg to 7kg, the 24ml is suitable for animals weighing 7kg to 30kg and the 60ml is suitable for animals weighing 30kg to 60kg.

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