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Coenzyme Q10, 30 mg
CoQ10 is a fantastic supplement for tissue health.
I give it to my older cats, and my cats with heart concerns or
stomatitis. If a heart condition exists, do not discontinue or
decrease the dose. CoQ10 very effectively manages heart disease,
and discontinuing the supplement (just like other heart medications)
can result in a very serious setback.
Recommended dose: 30 mg every other day, up to
30 mg daily
30 Softgels - $9.50 - out of stock
120 Softgels - $33.85 - out of stock
Another great supplement for heart health is
Laktoferrin, 350 mg
Lactoferrin is a great immune system modulator
and anti-microbial, derived from lactating cows' milk. It is lactose
free (unlike colostrum). I mix capsules with water and syringe
into the mouth of my cats with stomatitis.
Recommended dosing: Mix 4 or 5 capsules' contents
with approximately 10 mL water - store in frigerator. Syringe
0.5 to 1 mL into mouth twice daily
Pancreatin, 4X 500 mg
Pancreatin is a preparation of porcine pancreatic
enzymes - recommended for cats with pancreatic insufficiency (malabsorption),
inflammatory bowel disease, or on antibiotics.
Recommended dose: 1/2 to 1 capsule with meals.
May work more effectively when administered simultaneously with
antacids such as famotadine (Pepcid AC).
$9.00 - out of stock
SAMe (S-adenosylmethionine), 100 mg
An amino acid beneficial to the pancreas and
liver. Also good for joint and neurological health. Give whole
(do not cut or crush), on an empty stomach.
Recommended dose: 1 tablet daily
30 Tablets - $13.75 - Out of stock
A natural anti-inflammatory recommended for cats
with stomatitis, nausea, diarrhea, etc.
Recommended dose: a "pinch" or 1/8
teaspoon, up to 1/4 teaspoon
Powder 4 oz. (1500 mg per teaspoon powder)
$8.50 - Out of stock
Potassium Gluconate, 99 mg
Comparable to a common veterinary brand supplement
- but a different strength. The commonly used veterinary brand
provides 2 mEq or 78.2 mg potassium per 440 mg caplet. This supplement
provides 99 mg per tablet. Therefore one tablet of the veterinary
brand provides roughly three-quarters as much potassium as this
Please consult a veterinarian before supplementing
potassium! Overdose of potassium can cause heart problems.
Recommended dose: Consult your veterinarian,
or if currently prescribed the veterinary brand recommend 3/4
to 1 tablet for each 1 tablet of 440 mg caplet veterinary brand
prescribed, depending on bloodwork.
$4.00 - out of stock
$8.00 - out of stock
Methylcobalamin (vitamin B12), 1 mg
An easily assimilated form of vitamin B12 - particularly
recommended for cats with neuropathy (weakness of the back legs,
walking on the hocks). One tablet daily, orally or crushed in
Out of stock
Lysine is an amino acid prevalent in raw meat,
but easily destroyed by heat. Supplementation recommended in particular
for cats with chronic upper respiratory issues or feline herpes
virus, at 500 mg twice daily. Also recommended for cats with digestive
disorders fed a cooked (canned) diet.
Recommended dose: 1/4 tsp or one capsule twice
1 pound powder (500 mg per 1/4 tsp)
$17.00 - Out of stock
250 capsules (500 mg)
Helpful in cases of arthritis. Glucosamine is
an amino sugar derived from the chitin of shellfish and is used
by the body to support healthy joint structures. Chondroitin compliments
Glucosamine and works synergistically to provide optimal nutritional
support. The most commonly used veterinary brand provides 125
mg glucosamine, 100 mg chondroitin. This brand provides 1500 mg
glucosamine and 1200 mg chondroitin.
Recommended dose: 1/10 to 1/2 capsule daily
$15.00 - out of stock
(This is a lower odor B-complex containing methylcobalamin,
and may work well for cats difficult to transition to the homemade
raw. Methylcobalamin is a form of vitamin B12 most beneficial
for neurological health.)
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