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Iams Veterinary Formula Intestinal Plus Low-Residue Canned Cat Food By Iams Veterinary Formula

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Iams Veterinary Formula Intestinal Plus Low-Residue Canned Cat Food

Loose stools can have many causes. Although the problem can be caused by something more serious, your veterinarian can explain how dogs and cats can develop loose stools from something as simple as heat, exercise, diet or stress from boarding. Iams Veterinary Formulas Intestinal - Low-Residue works by providing a unique blend of high-quality fiber, protein and fat sources to help naturally strengthen the intestine and make digestion easier.

In a clinical study, dogs with stress-related loose stools were fed Intestinal - Low-Residue. Overall, they showed: noticeable improvement (some firming) after 3 days fewer daily episodes of loose stools after 1 week Like the dogs in our study, your pet may start to show results in 3 days, although results may vary based on the cause of loose stools and individual response to nutritional management.

Iams Veterinary Formulas Intestinal - Low-Residue formulas are designed to nutritionally aid in the management of gastrointestinal conditions. Your veterinarian may recommend these diets when your pet is experiencing vomiting, loose stools, gas or constipation.

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Item Number 60560
  • Canned Food
Special Diet
  • Prescription Food
  • Iams
  • Adult
Country of Origin
  • United States

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Iams Veterinary Formula Intestinal Plus Low-Residue Canned Cat Food 4.8 5 12 12
This product is great for constipation Well I'm actually writing for my mom. My mom's cat hadn't gone to the bathroom for 4 days, took her to the vet she needed to stay overnight for enemas. The vet recomenned this food and it works. October 30, 2013
Finally a solution! My cat had had off-and-on constipation issues for years, which caused her to defecate outside the litter box, This resulted in one very bad episode where she ended up at the vet for 3 enemas to empty her bowel. The Vet recommended I try her on this food (as well as cisapride daily). She immediately took to eating it with no fussiness. Three weeks later she has had absolutely no constipation, and hasn't gone outside the litter box! So very happy I found this food, and has the best prices I could find! Thank-you! July 8, 2014
Great for sensitive tummies My cat is a purebred maine coon. Has had digestive problems her whole life(she's 6 now). This product was recommended by my vet, which she supplied me with initially. It is costly though, and so far Chewy has both the competitive pricing I need, and the convenience of home delivery. July 4, 2014
dry but ok the wet food is a little dry but he eats it! the cans are larger then i thought so they last longer ( yey!) I have a three cat household and only one requires the special food so we decided just to give the dry to all three and the wet to just the one- its working out great so far! Kitty seems to be getting slowly better with his tummy issues and the other two arnt bothered by the food change. hopefully this can be our solution to poor kitty's IBS and colon issues! June 19, 2014
Great Product My older cat was having a hard time keeping his food down. This product really helps him. :) June 2, 2014
Thick Pate I mix it with soft cat food with gravy. Keeps my cat's bowel issues controlled. March 23, 2014
Has helped my constipated cat. My cat has had severe constipation issues for years. She now takes Miralax and Cisapride daily to help her colon hoping we never get to an actual megacolon diagnosis. I didn't love the idea of the Iams food initally as there are some ingredients I don't like but I was desperate. Giving your cat an enema is not ideal either!! To my surprise she has done really well on this food! No big constipation issues since starting it and she eats it just fine. Never complains. The dry version is good too. I am thrilled to have found this food on March 18, 2014
Successful food for my cat with Inflammatory Bowel Disease When my cat was diagnosed with IBD there were only two options available Iams Low Residue and Science Diet's i/d. My cat refused to eat the Science Diet food though my vet said other cats preferred it over Iams' food. So it really is up to your cat's taste preference. Since being on this food and his maintenance steroid regime, my cat no longer vomits. He is a 10-11lb. cat and eats just under one can of food a day. He clearly likes the food better when the can is first opened, but eats it cold too. December 23, 2013
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