Fox Valley UltraBoost for Weight Gain
- Ships within 24 hours
Calorie and Nutrition Booster
For kittens, puppies, and other baby animals that need to gain extra weight. Mix with Fox Valley Formulas, or mix with solid foods, to increase the fat and caloric content. Can also be mixed with skim milk powder to make an emergency formula for wildlife.
Better than adding heavy cream!
- More digestible
- Fortified with vitamins and minerals so it won't dilute the nutrients in the formula
Use for orphaned squirrels, flyers, rats, mice, Eastern cottontails, and opossums. Net wt. 453g (1 lb).
- Crude Protein, Min. 25.0%
- Crude Fat, Min. 54.0%
- Crude Fiber, Max. 0.0%
- Ash, Max. 7.0%
- Moisture, Max. 5.0%
As a formula booster: Mix 3 parts formula to 1 part Ultraboost.
As a stand-alone formula: Mix 1 part powder to 2 parts warm water (100 F). Shake well. Blend until powder is dispersed in water. Feed soon after mixing. Store any leftover formula in refrigerator and feed within 24 hours. Mixing directions are based on volume, not weight, measurements.
Ingredients: Dried cream (preserved with Tocopherols and ascorbyl palmitate), calcium caseinate, sodium caseinate, whey protein isolate, lecithin, dicalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, potassium chloride, magnesium sulfate, sodium chloride, choline chloride, vitamin E supplement, vitamin A supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, zinc sulfate, ferrous sulfate, riboflavin supplement, calium panthenate, niacin supplement, manganese sulfate, copper sulfate, vitamin B-12 supplement, thiamine hydrochloride, pyndoxine hydrochloride, folic acid, calcium iodate, biotin, sodium selite.
Made in the USA.
I foster kittens, often neonatal babies. Many times these kittens come from feral under fed moms, so they do not have a good start. Ultraboost mixed with their formula seems to get the weight on. I do feed fox valley kitten formula, but I mix it with KMR or fostercare because it causes constipation
I foster kittens for our local Humane Society and I add this formula if I have kittens that need to gain some weight. It really helps and I have great success with Fox Valley Products with Kittens.
I love this product . I have used it on neo Nate kittens , sickly kittens , malnourished kittens . It is a great calorie booster . You can mix it with formula , in place of formula , or sprinkled on wet food so it covers all stages of kitten growth
This is the best stuff in the world for helping underweight baby mammals get stronger & more nourishment faster. Love it & use it for all the mammal babies I rehab as a licensed wildlife rehabber for State of Texas.
This product has not helped kittens at the Clark County humane and that the Jeffersonville APA gain weight. I bought these products as a gift twice now when I saw we had some failing kittens and both groups report it back to me that this did help them. So I think it’s worth the investment.
I've been using Fox Valley products for about a year now. Recently I took in an orphaned kitten that was a few days old. At a week of age, I thought she may be developing a blockage because of a lump I felt in her abdomen. Unfortunately, it turned out to be an enlarged non-functioning kidney. Because of this defect, she needed extra support so I began using Ultraboost instead of regular water. This was perfect since Pedialyte goes bad after 48-hours. Saved me a lot of time and money! Highly recommend.
We love to add Ultraboost to formula for extra calories for our underweight kittens.
This is awesome have a really small baby squirrel was in such bad shape when I got her and she was not putting on much weight and loose skin all over I started her on the fox valley formula and ultra boost and she has filled out and growing and putting on weight. She is getting really energetic now too at 5 1/2 to 6 weeks old! She is so much fun to watch play!
My 4-week old squirrels love this added to the regular formula. the shipping was super fast as well.