Wysong Biotic pH- Dog & Cat Food Supplement
For cats who are prone to UTIs
Use this powder mixed with wet food so my cat doesn't develop bladder crystals. Works exceptionally well, MUCH cheaper then vet visits!!
December 2, 2013
My aging Min Pin has diabetes and I'm always aware of his incontinence problems. Noticed -- on the pads --a brown stain so I rushed him to vet where she ruled out a lot of questions and then suggested this product. At first I was skeptical, but now I'm a believer. It worked and it worked quickly. recommend it, for sure.
November 16, 2013
Saved my cat
My youngest cat developed struvite crystals and was hospitalized for three nights, luckily he survived but the vet recommended putting him on Science Diet for life. His urine had very high pH levels which is how he developed the crystals so he had to be on a low pH food. I am someone who feeds my cats holistic, natural foods so I panicked at the thought of switching him. At the time I was feeding him mostly hard food with wet food a few times a week, the hard food is what dried him out and raised his pH.
Against the Vet's recommendations I did some intense research and found this product. I put my cat on an all-wet (holistic brand) diet and added this as a supplement. This is a great product for making sure your cat's urine pH levels are in check. You have to stay away from fish when you have a cat that is susceptible to high pH levels because fish will raise it significantly but this allows him to have a chicken/fish mixture a couple times a week.
Lastly, I highly recommend purchasing pet pH testing strips so you can test the cat's urine pH. Struvite Crystals develop when the cat's pH levels are too high but Oxylate Crystals can develop when the cat's pH is too low so you need to be diligent and monitor to make sure the cat is not on either end of the spectrum.
November 11, 2013
Cats love the taste
Bought this for cat with bladder stones having much trouble. First couple days were tough on cat. Seemed that the added acidic urine irritated her. Kept area clean and used ointment recommended by vet. After two days seemed to turn the corner and started improving. After two weeks she is back to normal with no more signs of stones.
August 31, 2013