This was recommended to me by my vet to help our cats gastrointestinal problems as a supplement to her special food and prescription medications. She loves the taste! We crush it into her soft canned cat and these are her favorite bowls of the week! Thanks for a great product!
The tablets are pretty large for a cat's mouth, and they crumble into powder when I tried to use a pill splitter on them. And they were not tasty enough for either of my cats to eat willingly. I had to put the crumbs into a pill pocket, which was messy. One cat wouldn't eat them no matter what
I was giving my cat injectable b12 supplement for his IBD for a few months. He became uncooperative so my vet "prescribed" this supplement. I give it to him via the pill shooter since hes a picky eater and not interested in eating it as a treat. This has been successful, however my vet is charging me 4 times the price of chewy, which I recently found out . Will be purchasing this from here from now on.
I can't say just yet if this is making a difference. I want to report the positive news that she is eating it out of my hand...5 days in a row. As we know, that's half the battle.
I was skeptical when my vet said that cats eat these supplements like treats. But, I put one down in front of my cat and he sniffed it, then immediately ate it. Since that first encounter, he looks forward to me picking up the container and putting one tablet on the counter. He loves these supplements and thinks they are treats!
My 15 year old cat was losing weight and the vet could not figure out why. She recommended trying Cobalequin B-12 and she has started to gain weight again.
A few years ago we picked up a very sick kitten who had been dumped at our town park. Our vet tried many treatments to calm down her sensitive tummy, but if we got her vomiting under control, she had diarrhea. And when we got her diarrhea better, the vomiting came back. We even had epidemiologists at the University of Missouri analyze some unknown microscopic creatures in her stool, which they were never able to identify. After six months of working with "Tilly" my vet said we should try Cobalequin. In about a week, Tilly's stool firmed up. Miracle! That's been a few years now and Tilly still gets Cobalequin daily, and no vomiting, no diarrhea. She's a happy healthy girl who loves to have her nightly Cobalequin thrown so she can chase it down and crunch it up. It's life-changing stuff.
I would enjoy hearing results of those of you who tried and were waiting. Starr ate his first one with no argument. He’s a very picky eater. After he uses the bottle of 45 I’ll report back! I’m trying these before going to injections for B12. He is an 8 year old chihuahua.
Love this vitamin. She gets one everyday! Keeps her energized and healthy
my dog loved the flavor of the pills, and I believe it extended his life.