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Vetoquinol Viralys L-Lysine Powder Cat Supplement

Vetoquinol Viralys L-Lysine Powder Cat Supplement

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    Necessary supplement

    By Finicky on Jan 6, 2021

    Viralys is a necessary supplement to prevent various respiratory ailments with my cats who tend to have conjunctivis and annual susceptibility to colds. One of my cats recently was sneezing quite frequently and with additional viralys, we arrested her symptoms. I have another cat who used to get annual Viralys is a necessary supplement to prevent various respiratory ailments with my cats who tend to have conjunctivis and annual susceptibility to colds. One of my cats recently was sneezing quite frequently and with additional viralys, we arrested her symptoms. I have another cat who used to get annual congestion and sinus issues and now that I have been giving him viralys daily he has not had any issues for several years. … more

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    Same exact product as Tomlyn's L-Lysine powder

    By vitit on Jan 25, 2021

    I bought both this powder and the Tomlyn one and after carefully reading the ingredients and other details I realized they were the EXACT SAME product. They are both made in Canada by Vetoquinol N.-A. INC and are distributed by the company's division in Fort Worth, TX. Just get whichever of the 2 is I bought both this powder and the Tomlyn one and after carefully reading the ingredients and other details I realized they were the EXACT SAME product. They are both made in Canada by Vetoquinol N.-A. INC and are distributed by the company's division in Fort Worth, TX. Just get whichever of the 2 is cheaper at the moment. As per the results, I'm not sure how much this powder helps. I started giving it to my kitten when he was 3-4 m/o because of constant eye infections presumably caused by feline herpes. His condition hasn't really improved and he's almost 1 y/o now. … more

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