TF Animal Stress Pack


  • Oral: 2oz. packets


This is a supplement formula designed to support health and wellness in animals stressed by illness that require additional nutrients, or for those animals on antimicrobial therapy for the prevention of altered gut flora.

The following ingredients are contained in the 2oz packets as listed by California Health and Wellness:

Transfer Factor Plus
3,000 mg

Transfer Factor XF
A proprietary concentrated extract of bovine colostrum containing transfer factors and other natural components.

– Thymus Complex Containing Thymus Protein and other Proteinaceous Compounds
– Polysamlharide Complex IP-6 (Inositol hexaphosphate)

Cordyceps sinensis (whole herb)(contains 7% cordyceptic acids)
Beta-Glucan (from baker’s yeast)(Saacharomyces cerevisiae)
Beta-Glucan (from Oat)(Avena sativa)
Mannans (from Aloe vera)(leaf)
Maitake Mushroom (Grifola frondosa)(wholeplant)
Shiitake Mushroom (Lentinus ododes) (whole plant)(5:1extract)
Zinc (as monomethionine)
Vitamin A 12,150 IU, Vitamin D3 3,125 IU, Vitamin E 13 IU, Vitamin B1 35 mg, Vitamin B2 35 mg, Vitamin B12 4 mg, Dipotassium Phosphate 4 g, Potassium Chloride 566 mg, Magnesium Sulfate 226 mg, Calcium Pantothenic 62 mg. Ascorbic Acid 31 mg, Lactic Acid Bacteria 2.8 Billion CFU
Dextrose, Sodium Chloride, Silicon Dioxide, Citric Acid, Glycine and Artificial Flavor.


Use when support of normal gut flora is required while taking antibiotics, or when illnesses or aging requires supplemental vitamin support.

Drug Interactions or Contraindications:

  • None reported

Adverse Reactions

None reported

Dosage Recommendations

1/8 tsp twice a day for 2 weeks, then 1/8 tsp once a day after. May be given mixed in ensure or soy milk . 12


  • If following directions on package where states to mix in water, be sure to change the water every 24 hours.
  • Always consult with veterinarian before including in any therapy.
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