DURALACTIN Feline Capsules Cat Supplement, 60 count - Chewy.com

Duralactin Feline Capsules Cat Supplement, 60 count

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About This Item


  • Duralactin contains MicroLactin, a patented dried milk protein from the milk of hyperimmunized cows. MicroLactin contains factors that appear to block and inhibit body chemicals from participating in the inflammatory response
  • Results seen in 4-7 days with peak effects in 10-14 days
  • Helps support wellness and possibly diminish the need for steroids or NSAID without suppressing the immune system
  • Can be used as a nutritional aid for short or long term management of inflammatory conditions
  • Easily twist open capsules contain non-flavored granules that can be mixed with food

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Questions & Answers

13 Customer Questions

Would this help a cat that suffers from chronic upper respiratory issues like sneezing and snotty nose.
Answer by ChewyJan 11, 2018
The Duralactin Feline Capsules Cat Supplement is meant to inhibit body chemicals from participating in the inflammatory response and can be used as a nutritional aid for short or long term management of inflammatory conditions. However, if your pet has a diagnosed condition, consulting your vet before introducing a new supplement is recommended.

Does this product thin the blood like NSAIDs?
Answer by ChewyAug 24, 2018
There is no NSAID adverse event profile, since much the same efficacy profile as NSAIDs are seen but the action happens by a different mechanism. Microlactin exhibits a very selective mechanism by blocking cytokines that contribute to the perpetuation of inflammation.

Does this product contain lysine?
Answer by ChewySep 22, 2019
This supplement doesn't contain lysine. Duralactin also offers the Feline L-lysine Cat Supplement, which does.

Do you give 3 capsules daily or as an initial dose? I want to use for maintenance - chronic UTI/aging concerns. I use this product for my dog and it works great!
Answer by ChewyJul 22, 2019
Dosage is based upon pet weight. For a cat weighing between 0-12 pounds give 1 capsule twice daily. For a cat weighing 13+ pounds give 2 capsules in the AM and 1 capsule in the PM. It is ideal to give this supplement at the same time daily. Dosing directions provided are for guidance only. This supplement should be administered under the care and supervision of a veterinary professional to ensure the best possible results.

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67 Customer Reviews

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By DMLand on Feb 28, 2023

Causes vomiting

I have tried several time to give this to my cat but she vomits every time I give it to her. She hasn't had an issue with other supplements derived from milk, but this one just isn't going to work for her.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Emmy on Dec 1, 2022

A Must-Have For Seniors!

My old gal, Cali, has been taking these supplements one to two times daily, for the last three years. I used to get them directly through my vet office’s online pharmacy but have recently started buying them via Chewy due to the price being a little lower! Very easy to open capsules, and it mixes well in treats and food, I don’t think she even notices they’re in her food. 10/10, great product!

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Beesmamz on Dec 3, 2022

Didn't work out

Well I had hi hopes to use this for my elderly cats stomatitis but it made her sick to her stomach and she was licking everything I guess to get the taste out of her mouth and she refused to eat it after the first dose.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By AshleyS on Aug 17, 2022

Can't get the cat to eat it

No idea if it works or not, because I can't get the cat to consume it. When broken up, the contents of the capsule don't break up but are lumpy and don't dissolve. The cat smells it and walks away. Never mind attempting to put the entire capsule in his mouth and get him to swallow it. Too large for that. Disappointed to have wasted the money on it.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Crazycatlady on Aug 27, 2022


This is good stuff. My picky diabetic boy likes it mixed in his food. Since it's a milk derivative, I give it every couple days so he doesn't get diarrhea. He looks and acts better. He hasn't had any pee accidents since starting this regiment. So I'd say it's a win!

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By ThisOldCat on Jun 5, 2022

Tried all the things stopping this one

My 18 year old kitty has arthritis, pancreatitis, and IBD. I’ve been trying different supplements for his inflammation and had him on this one along with a joint health supplement. After three months I ran out of this and noticed his loose stool went away. Put him back on it and back to unhealthy poops. He’s already on 1/2 Zykelene a day which is also dairy based so maybe it’s too much for him. But I’m taking him off this supplement. It doesn’t make it bad, just not for him.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By fredsmom on Apr 3, 2022

WORKING? think so!

this stuff seems to be helping my old cat. Samuel had developed "pillow paw" and he was on the downward slide, every day I hated to look at his bed, totally expecting him to be gone to heaven: NOW! he is a new cat, not completely fixed but so much better. The duralactin seems to be helping a lot and he does not even notice it on his wet food. I will keep him on this stuff and see how we get by, but his paws have went down in size so that is a very good sign.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Vivi on Apr 7, 2022

don't know yet but...

This is the first time Vivi would eat her food with meds mixed in . Not sure if it works yet, only been giving it to her for a week or so. High hopes!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Robin on Jan 22, 2022

Game changer

I never write reviews but I am blown away by the results for my 16 year old kitty who also has CKD. With her kidney issues it was slowing her digestion and causing gut inflammation which was destroying her appetite. Also her arthritis was getting so bad that she could barely limp around. Within one month of being on and Duralactin for inflammation twice a day and Dasuqin once a day (for arthritis) she stopped limping almost completely and her appetite started coming back! It’s been 2 months with her on it now and she’s eating all her food and has started climbing to the top of the cat tree for the first time in a year! I’m so happy to see how her quality of life has improved!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Collar1 on Feb 5, 2022

This works

My vet recommended this. It really does work. My cat is 14 and she was cranky because she had a lot of arthritis pain. This relieved her pain. She isn't nearly as grumpy and actually plays.