Oxbow GTN 50-C
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Oxbow Gtn 50-c


Rating: 4.5

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Oxbow GTN 50-C Did you know a lack of Vitamin C, also called ascorbic acid is the most common nutritional deficiency in guinea pigs? It’s also the most preventable! Oxbow’s chewable GTN-50C tablets are a tasty source of stabilized Vitamin C for guinea pigs as well as other animals that may need a supplement due to stress. GTN-50C contains only the highest quality, encapsulated Vitamin C to ensure stability and a long shelf-life. The bioavailability of GTN-50C is substantially higher than that of dissolved sources. Water soluble powders have a low stability in water; only 20% of the vitamin C sources remain after 8 hours in water. GTN-50C provides pet owners a way to responsibly prevent disease and lengthen the lives of their pets. Unique Qualities: • Stabilized Vitamin C Supplement • Low-Sugar, Natural Product How many treats can pets eat each day? Because Oxbow treats are all-natural and low-sugar with no artificial additives, it’s safe to give pets multiple treats. Offer a variety to satisfy them, but avoid giving so many treats that they refuse their daily hay and feed. Will treats make animals fat? Oxbow treats do not contain added sugar or fats and are easily digested, so they will not cause obesity when fed as a treat. Be sure animals don’t eat more treats than basic foods. Is it okay to give treats to a sick animal? Under a veterinarian’s guidance, Oxbow treats can be used to ease sick or injured animals back into a regular eating routine. Oxbow supplements (which animals think are treats) also can help prevent illness. GTN-50C, for example, prevents Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) deficiency in Guinea Pigs, which can cause anorexia, diarrhea and lameness among other things. www.oxbowhay.com
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Rating: 4

Good product

posted 6 years ago

We have had this product donated to the shelter and have used it with our Guinea Pigs. They take these tablets easily and it is a good thing to add to their diet.

Pros: Great taste

Cons: None

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Rating: 5

Piggies love them!

posted 6 years ago

This is a great product for guinea pigs. They need a vitamin c supplement since they don't make vitamin c. My guinea pigs love these. They'll take them right out of my hand. The easiest way to get vitamin c into your pig.

Pros: gets your pig the vitamin c it needs

Cons: don't know of one

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