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Hartz® Kitten Milk Replacer Powdered Formula

Hartz® Kitten Milk Replacer Powdered Formula

Precisely formulated to support the healthy growth and development of newborn kittens. Packed with essential nutrients, Hartz® Kitten Milk Replacer formulas support healthy growth and development during the formative first 6 weeks of a pet’s life. Formulas are also suitable as a supplement for pregnant, nursing, or convalescing cats. Available in powdered and ready-to-use liquid.Regular cow’s milk does not provide the necessary proteins and fats required to nourish a young kitten. Hartz® Kitten Milk Replacer / Powdered Formula has been precisely formulated to support kittens’ optimal growth and development. Formulated to be nutritionally similar to mother’s milk, and to provide an optimal balance of vitamins, minerals, and essential nutrients:

  • With calcium for bone development
  • With optimal levels of essential vitamins for optimal growth
  • With Linoleic Acid for healthy skin & coat

Hartz® Kitten Milk Replacer for Kittens / Powdered Formula can be used as a food for orphaned kittens from birth up to 35 days old. It is also suitable as a supplement for the mother during pregnancy and while nursing her young.

Available in an easy-to-mix powdered formula.

 

Available in these varieties

Size Formula
11 oz (312g) Powdered (shown)
16.9 fl oz (499mL) Liquid

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Precisely formulated to support the healthy growth and development of newborn kittens. Packed with essential nutrients, Hartz® Kitten Milk Replacer formulas support healthy growth and development during the formative first 6 weeks of a pet’s life. Formulas are also suitable as a supplement for pregnant, nursing, or convalescing cats. Available in powdered and ready-to-use liquid.Regular cow’s milk does not provide the necessary proteins and fats required to nourish a young kitten. Hartz® Kitten Milk Replacer / Powdered Formula has been precisely formulated to support kittens’ optimal growth and development. Formulated to be nutritionally similar to mother’s milk, and to provide an optimal balance of vitamins, minerals, and essential nutrients:

  • With calcium for bone development
  • With optimal levels of essential vitamins for optimal growth
  • With Linoleic Acid for healthy skin & coat

Hartz® Kitten Milk Replacer for Kittens / Powdered Formula can be used as a food for orphaned kittens from birth up to 35 days old. It is also suitable as a supplement for the mother during pregnancy and while nursing her young.

Available in an easy-to-mix powdered formula.

 

Available in these varieties

Size Formula
11 oz (312g) Powdered (shown)
16.9 fl oz (499mL) Liquid

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Protecting Your Pets from Solar Dermatitis and Skin Cancer

Too much sun can leave your cat or dog feeling not so hot. While summer offers the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors, the consequences of pro...

Safe Usage is Crucial with Flea & Tick Products

There are dozens of different types of flea and tick products for pets, including powders, collars, dips, sprays, shampoos, topical spot-on liquid products, pills given by mouth, and more. Some products are only availa...

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