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Natural Rearing Gruel

Soothing and nutritious for bitches and pups or those requiring extra support.

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A highly nutritious supplement for both nursing bitches and puppies to help pups make the transition from nursing milk to solids. Click here to see the Natural Rearing Gruel video.

Easily digested by dogs of all ages. One of the original Juliette de Bairacli Levy Natural Rearing range, used successfully by top breeders around the World.

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Contains: Slippery Elm powder, Marshmallow Root, Dill seed, Barley Flour, Maize Flour, Arrowroot.


Directions for use:  There is a 2.5ml scoop inside each bag.

Full instructions will be found on the packaging or in our VIDEO GUIDE but if you have any queries please do contact our Helpline for more information.

Add to dog's feed on a daily basis, dividing the required amount between two meals where possible for best result.  Introduce slowly, especially if your dog has not had supplements before and allow up to four weeks for benefits to be seen.

5 kg -     ½  x 2.5ml scoop per day -125g bag will last approx 6 plus months
10 kgs - 1 x 2.5ml scoop per day -   125g bag will last approx 4 months
20 kgs - 2 x 2.5 ml scoops per day -125g bag will last approx 2 months
30 kgs - 3 x 2.5 ml scoops per day -125g bag will last approx 6 weeks
40 kgs - 4 x 2.5ml scoops per day -  125g bag will last approx 1 month
50 kgs - 6 x 2.5 ml scoops per day - 125g bag will last approx 20 days

Juliette de Bairacli Levy joined Hilary and Tony Self on their stand at Crufts when Hilton Herbs first started producing some of Juliette's famous Natural Rearing products. Juliette spent two days delighting visitors to our stand with stories of her life with the Gypsies and anecdotes about her adored Afghan Hounds. Juliette passed away peacefully aged 95 in 2009, she will be remembered by all of us for her life long devotion to animals and to the use of herbal medicine and natural rearing principles.