Dyne® Goat & Sheep
- 150 calories per ounce in a palatable, easy-to-administer formula.
- Can be fed orally with a syringe or dropper or added to drinking water.
- Aids in nutrition for pregnant and lactating animals.
- Provides high quality calorie intake for animals recovering from debilitating illnesses.
- Extra nutrition for runt animals.
- Increases stamina for peak performance.
Each ounce of Dyne high calorie liquid diet provides approximately 150 calories containing vitamins and minerals that maintain constant therapeutic blood levels. Dyne is formulated to contain a maximum of nutritive value in a minimum of liquid volume.
Dyne may be fed as is to animals that are unable to eat or top dressed over the animal's normal diet. When diluted with water it can be used to combat dehydration.
As a supplement to other food, Dyne supplies added calories to aid in weight gain or to resist stress conditions. The palatable, highly concentrated source of food energy in Dyne has been proven to be of value in many different stress related conditions including:
Underweight animals: Conditions resulting from malnutrition, debilitating disease, parasite infestation, etc. Feed the recommended amount of Dyne daily in addition to the animal's normal diet.
Pregnant animals: Supplementation with Dyne is recommended during the last ½ of the gestation period to provide additional high quality calories to the female. Feed the recommended amount of Dyne daily in addition to the animal's normal diet.
Lactating animals: Caloric requirements of a lactating female can be three times as great as under normal conditions . Feed the recommended amount of Dyne daily in addition to regular diet.
Dehydrated animals: When mixed with water, Dyne may be used to combat the effects of dehydration due to prolonged fever, diarrhea or certain kidney conditions Dilute the recommended dosage of Dyne with 10 parts of drinking water. In most cases, the animal will drink more of this formulation than water alone. Diluted Dyne may also be administered orally.
Geriatric Animals: A common condition, usually observed in older animals, is permanently reduced kidney function. Most of these animals can be satisfactorily maintained by reducing the animal's intake of commercial pet food by one half and replacing it with the recommended dosage of Dyne.