Vet's Best Urinary Tract Support Cat Supplement
This product is the best for cats' urinary woes
I'm not going to claim that this will cure ALL cats' urinary problems, but I now know of five unrelated male cats whose vets recommended prescription type diets for life, following urinary tract issues with stones requiring expensive treatment and overnight stays. These were all young males. Switching to wet food and giving one or two of these tablets daily as treats ( cats love them ) kept all five symptom free. For two of these gentle souls, that meant reaching ages into the twenties. No urinary problems. The other three cats are still going strong. The ingredients are all natural, time-tested, and proven effective. I can't recommend this product highly enough. And it certainly can't hurt. It's inexpensive, acceptable to cats, and just might save your beloved the scourge of non-nutritious prescription diets that don't really belong in anyone's pantry.
October 10, 2013
Cat loves these!
My cat is on special food for her urinary tract issues. I've been able to get her down to 1/3 cup of the medicinal food per day along with this tablet and 3-4 ounces of (regular) wet food.
No flare ups (keeping fingers crossed) in over 18 months!
April 3, 2013
Tasty treats for urinary health
My geriatric cat absolutely loves these supplements and his symptoms have been alleviated. Great healthy alternative to un-necessary medications.
June 30, 2013
My cat takes this willingly.
These tablets are quite large and hard for me to break as suggested, so I just crush them in a pill crusher. I add water to the resulting powder and this makes a gravy my cat enjoys. It's a good way to get him to take the supplement, but also a good way to get him to drink water since it's always been hard to get him to drink enough. I also add the powdered tablet to his wet food, add a bit more water and stir, and my cat really enjoys this too. Since I've been using natural urinary tract health supplements with these ingredients, my cat hasn't had a recurrence of infection or a problem with urethra blockage. My cat's healthy and happy, and this makes me super happy!
January 8, 2014
Tasty & Effective!
Both of my 10-year-old cats love these! One of them is susceptible to urinary tract infections, and I've noticed that he hasn't displayed any symptoms since I started giving him one of these each morning. The tablets are quite large, so I cut up a week's worth with a pill cutter and put them in a pill box that has dividers for each day of the week. Of course, these aren't meant to treat an illness, so I would advise you to seek a vet's opinion if you think your cat has a UTI, but these are a nice supplement to a healthy cat's diet.
May 26, 2014
It is the one treat cats with UR like and it is good for them.
I have been using Vets Best Special UR as a cat treat for 5 years. It has helped Boots with the amount of urine he passes and gives him a treat he wants and will eat. No calling the kitty, just shake the bottle. Chewy has the best price on this great treat.
July 17, 2014
Your cats will love it!
My cats LOVE these supplements! They don't know it's a supplement - they think it's a treat and ask for more. I typically break one tablet in two or four smaller pieces so they can chew it easily, and give up to two per day. Before I found this product, my vet suggested I give them regular cranberry supplements that humans take - and I did, but the cats hated it whenever I'd try to stuff one of those in their mouths. With Vet's Best supplement, all I have to do is shake the bottle and they come running!
February 25, 2014
very large tablets for a cat
I did not realize how large these tablets were before ordering. They are chewable, however, I have never had a cat that would eat large, hard tablets. It says to break them up and give them to the cat, however, my cat refused to eat them either way. The only way she would eat them was when I crush them into a powder and add them to her food. For a cat they should either be very small, or should be chewy and meat flavored. They are huge for a cat, I would consider them very large even for a human!
August 14, 2014