Senin, 01 Oktober 2018

Cat Food For Urinary Health


Grain free canned cat food like Halo that has extra water in it already. Keep his ph under control by checking his levels every few weeks with PH strips. You can get a roll from Swanson vitamin shop for $5.00. There are also items on the market that help a cat’s urine. Nutri-Vet Feline Uri-ease Paw Gel, 3-ounces I gave this to my cat every few weeks and especially if I noticed from the ph strip that his Ph was nearing 7.

0. Also, I just found this on Amazon. (Pet Health Solutions Cranberry DMannose Urinary Tract Support (60 Tabs). I’m going to try it on my younger cat because he gets stressed and his bladder acts up. He doesn’t have FLUTD like my older cat did but he has irritable bladder. As far as the stress goes, there are calming collars you can put on your cat or feliway pluggins that work wonders…And rescue remedy that you can give to him.

 Trying removing anything that causes him stress. I also put on music when I have had cats with urinary problems and do not like giving them the prescription cat foods because of the other crappy ingredients.. I know all VETS suggest the Hills Science diet C/D and the Royal canin, but I don’t agree and have done lots of research.

 First, no dry food, whatever kind it is. 2nd, get a water fountain to encourage your cat to drink more water. Add water around the perimeter of his food dish. By grain free canned cat food like Halo that has extra water in it already. Keep his ph under control by checking his levels every few weeks with PH strips.

 You can get a roll from Swanson vitamin shop for $5.00. There are also items on the market that help a cat’s urine. Nutri-Vet Feline Uri-ease Paw Gel, 3-ounces I gave this to my cat every few weeks and especially if I noticed from the ph strip that his Ph was nearing 7.0. Also, I just found this on Amazon.

 (Pet Health Solutions Cranberry DMannose Urinary Tract Support (60 Tabs). I’m going to try it on my younger cat because he gets stressed and his bladder acts up. He doesn’t have FLUTD like my older cat did but he has irritable bladder. As far as the stress goes, there are calming collars you can put on your cat or feliway pluggins that work wonders…And rescue remedy that you can give to him.

 Trying removing anything that causes him stress. I also put on music when I have had cats with urinary problems and do not like giving them the prescription cat foods because of the other crappy ingredients.. I know all VETS suggest the Hills Science diet C/D and the Royal canin, but I don’t agree and have done lots of research.

 First, no dry food, whatever kind it is. 2nd, get a water fountain to encourage your cat to drink more water. Add water around the perimeter of his food dish. By grain free canned cat food like Halo that has extra water in it already. Keep his ph under control by checking his levels every few weeks with PH strips.

 You can get a roll from Swanson vitamin shop for $5.00. There are also items on the market that




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