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Healthy Gums for Feline Periodontal Health

…veterinarian for a complete oral health program if your feline shows signs of gum inflammation or disease. A note from our Veterinarian... The bottom line is: If your cat's mouth is painful, he or she will eventually have difficulty eating. This can lead to weight loss and behavioral issues. Periodontal issues often go unnoticed because cats don't let on that their teeth or gums are painful. And gum inflammation is very painful.

$41.95

Old Friend for Senior Cats

…is Old Friend used for? With youth comes an innate quality of vigor, enthusiasm and spark. As our feline friends age, their energy and sharpness may lose the edge they used to have. Old Friend can be administered alone or added to an existing health regime. Old Friend provides an additional boost, suited to the needs of cats in their golden years. If your cat could use support in these areas, consider this product for your old friend: * Better…

$43.95

Agile Joints - Cat Arthritis and Joint Support

for a period of time, desired results may be achieved. At that point, it may be possible to only give Agile Joints PLUS for Cats, but it is acceptable to administer both products, as needed. * A good diet goes a long way for maintaining healthy joints and keeping weight within a healthy range. Excess weight can put more stress on the joints. Can my cat take Agile Joints with medications? Use caution if your pet is taking steroid medication or…

$41.95

Comfort Gold - Cat Pain Support

Indications of pain in your cat We don't always know when our felines are in pain. Cats are very stoic and, in the wild, if they display weakness predators will take advantage of their weakness. Recognizing certain signs they exhibit when experiencing pain is key in assisting our companions during those times. * Appearance: Your cat may be unable to groom himself or herself regularly and therefor his/her coat may start to look unkempt or…

$45.95

Stress Gold for High Stress Situations in Cats

…effect gently, over time, for supporting sustained calm moods. It is not sedating. Can my cat take Stress Gold with medications? Use with caution in conjunction with nervous system depressants. Do not use prior to anesthesia. Use caution with cardiac and kidney conditions or if using steroids. Does it come with a guarantee? Yes! Stress Gold comes with a 90 day money-back guarantee. Why choose Stress Gold for your cat? * Certified organic: This…

$35.95

Thyroid Support Silver for Cat Hypothyroidism

…long-term outlook. Please expect that natural supplements for supporting normal thyroid function are going to work gradually over several weeks before you can expect evidence of the results. Can my cat take Thyroid Support Silver with medications? May affect blood levels of certain chemotherapeutic drugs, drugs used to treat autoimmune disorders, certain over-the-counter pain medication, certain calcium channel blockers or certain beta-blockers.…

$43.95

Lung Gold for cat lung infections and easy breathing

…ventilation. Serious lung conditions can be painful, lead to lack of interest in food, high white blood cell counts and cause fever. Can my cat take Lung Gold with medications? Absorption of drugs taken at the same time may be delayed. Not to be used with hypotensive drugs or prior to anesthesia. Does it come with a guarantee? Yes! Lung Gold comes with a 90-day money-back guarantee. Why choose Lung Gold for your feline friend? * Certified organic…

$45.95

Urinary Gold for Feline Urinary Tract Health

…ascending into the bladder What is Urinary Gold used for? When your feline requires ongoing support, Urinary Gold is a safe, gentle way to naturally maintain a healthy urinary tract. (Be sure to research changes to the diet that may also be of benefit. A natural diet for urinary health, along with Urinary Gold is an excellent way to ensure the health of your cat's urinary tract). Cats need to maintain the proper balance of pH (acid/alkaline)…

$39.95

Blood Sugar Gold - Cat/Feline Diabetes Support

…blindness, etc. Risk factors for feline diabetes include: * Obesity * Poor diet (high carbohydrate kibble) * Steroid treatments * Stress and shock * Age Diabetes is more common in: * Male cats, generally * Cats fed a diet of dry kibble, only * Overweight cats * Middle-aged and older felines Common symptoms of Feline Diabetes mellitus include: * Increased thirst, frequent urination * Weakness, lethargy * Signs of pain in the abdomen * Cataracts…

$38.95
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