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Tabernil Total

Tabernil Total Tabernil
Tabernil Total Tabernil
Tabernil Total Tabernil
Tabernil Total Tabernil

Tabernil Total
Tabernil Total
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The health of your bird ornaments will be protected with these vitamin supplements, essential to protect it from the weather, pests, diseases etc.

Total Tabernil is a vitamin supplement for canaries and ornamental birds generally administered in the water as droplets. Ideal when a general weakening occurs during and convalescence of any disease or deficiency states due to deficiencies of vitamins and amino acids.

Any bird ornaments and parrots like the canary, lovebirds, parrots, etc. They can be treated with this vitamin supplement specially formulated for them.

Our pets sometimes show signs of weakness, usually in specific situations. At present it is often advisable to supplement your diet with a multivitamin aid in the form of:

Moulting periods.


Before breeding, preparation of players.

Breeding seasons, improving fertility, laying and incubation.

Molting periods.

After antibiotic treatment.

This product is a medicine, before use should consult a veterinarian. The specialist will determine the recommended dose in each case.

In any event, these vitamins are strengthening health needs of your bird-dog. In bottles of 20 or 100 ml.


Multivitamin valid in many of the circumstances of the life of a bird

Manageable in water or pasta breeding.

Many beneficial vitamins and elements for your pet bird that make it an indispensable help in states of weakness of the bird.

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