Vetoquinol Viralys L-Lysine Powder Supplement for Cats
Cats of any size, breed, or species are obligate carnivores. Feed your cat what he was designed to eat: MEAT! Wild Trax Feline Supplement takes the guess work out of preparing a properly balanced raw meat diet for your cat. Various homemade raw meat recipes may lack proper nutrients or not be balanced properly. Don't bother with the mess and hassle of adding various organ meats and other unnecessary ingredients, and risk not giving your cat everything he needs in the right balance to be in superior health. Simply add Wild Trax to any cut of raw meat with bones to make sure your cat gets the proper nutrients he needs, just like he was eating whole prey in the wild! You can add Wild Trax to a ground meat mixture, or just sprinkle it on any cut of meat.
In order to provide cat's with a nutritional supplement thatbenefits various parts of the cat's body, it's necessary to readpackage labels and choose supplements that are rich in antioxidants,amino acids, biotin, vitamins and minerals. Each supplement performs aspecific function that addresses ailments such as gastrointestinaldisorders, abnormal cell growth, urinary tract infections andrespiratory diseases.
Many cat owners use various supplements to help boost their cat’s immune system, believing that boosting the immune system can be quite effective in keeping their cat healthy. I often recommend products such as fish oil or other sources of fatty acids and other supplements to my own veterinary clients (for both cats and dogs) for similar reasons. So, it was with great interest that I read this article entitled “The potential for enhancement of immunity in cats by dietary supplementation” in the journal Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology.Another point worth mentioning is that this study involved 43 healthy cats. For a veterinary study, 43 is a respectable number but, still, the groups were small (8 or 9 cats each). Small sample sizes in a veterinary study are not unusual. However, just because 8 or 9 cats reacted to a specific diet or supplement in a specific way does not guarantee that your cat will react in exactly the same way. Remember also that the cats in this study were healthy cats. If your cat is ill or stressed, there may be different responses that come into play.Essentially, this study followed 43 healthy cats over a period of five weeks. The cats were split up into groups of eight or nine per group, with each group fed a different diet. The control diet was a low protein diet. Another group was fed a commercial moist high protein diet. Other groups received the control diet supplemented with either yeast-derived nucleotides, salmon oil, or l-arginine. The low protein diets were formulated using a commercial moist diet base with added fat and starch and fed free choice, along with water, according to the information offered in the article.Supplements for cats are additional sources of nutritionadministered to increase the pet's quality of life. Although routinegrooming benefits pets of all ages and breeds, supplements enhance thecat's skin and coat and help them maintain optimal health. Sincenutritional supplements have certain drug interactions, it'snecessary talk with your vet about supplements suited to the cat's age,breed and underlying health conditions.Does your pet take a potassium supplement? Which ones have you tried, and have they worked well? Feel free to leave any remaining questions about potassium supplements for dogs or cats in the comments below or utilizing the Q&A feature on the respective product pages.Increasing research suggests that cats suffering from coat and skinproblems benefit from salmon oil, omega 3 and 6 fatty acids. Althoughsupplements are available in tablet or powder form, there are certaincoat supplements that can be sprayed on the body to reduce itching,soothe skin and improve the quality of the coat. Apart from nutritionalsupplementation it's also important to adopt routine to keep the skin and coat clean and free from infection.