|Top Ingredients||Active Ingredients Per 2 Chews (2.5G): L-Lysine 250 Mg, N, N-Dimethylglycine Hcl (Dmg) 50 Mg...||Active Ingredients: L-Lysine, N, N-Dimethylglycine HCl (D mg)....||l-lysine, natural chicken liver flavor, oat flour...||Dried Brewers Yeast (grain & soy free); Catnip (Leaf); Chicken Liver (hydrolysate); Fish Oil (Salmon); L-Lysine Mono HCl; Mixed Tocopherols or Natural Tocopherols (Natural Preservative); Quercetin Dihydrate; Rosemary Leaf Extract....||Arabic Gum, Brewers Yeast, Calcium Propionate...|
|Lifestage||Adult||Kitten, Adult, Senior||Kitten, Adult, Senior||Kitten, Adult, Senior||Kitten, Adult, Senior|
|Health Feature||Immune Support, Respiratory Care, Skin & Coat Health||Immune Support||Immune Support||Eye Care, Immune Support, Respiratory Care, Allergy Relief||Eye Care, Immune Support, Respiratory Care|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Meat, Chicken, Liver||Fruits & Vegetables, Chicken||Chicken, Tuna||Poultry, Meat, Chicken, Liver|
|Food Form||Supplement||Supplement||Supplement||Powder||Treats, Supplement|
|Special Diet||—||—||—||No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Non-GMO, Natural||—|
My cat had major eye discharge. Lysine was recommended by my vet. Been using this particular product for a couple weeks and can see major improvement. Really almost helped 100%.
These treats were really tough for my cat to eat because it was hard and dry. I had to break it up a bit into for her to eat it. Won’t be getting these again.
Cat refuses to eat them. Even when I try to hide them in something else, she eats around it.
Been buying these in the 120 (for $15.99) size for eight months now. 15.99÷120=13.325 cents each. Thought I was smart and bought the $30.00 (what I thought was double size) 180 (for $30.00.) I didn't see my error until they were delivered. $30.00÷180=16.66666... cents each. Not so smart now, huh, missy??? My FIV positive cat takes two at about 8:00 every night. I put them in his treat bowl and say "Oreo, eat your medicine" which he does, because he knows that next is treats. He has been an indoor cat since he adopted Sissy and me in Jan. of '19. Don't know if my method would help anyone, but if your cat is food-centric like my Oreo maybe it'll work for you.
I have given the supplement to the two cats for about 3 days now chopping it up in a wee bit of canned cat food to entice them to gobble it down. One cat is tiny so I give her one and the other gets 2 so I want to be sure one cat doesn't eat all 3. I can hear the tiny one has much less congestion going on. The tiny feral has decided that being less feral has benefits of being held and petted; while the older one is still less friendly; although I get to see her with less a need to hide.
My 3 cats don't like these at all. They are too large for them to eat as treats. I have to break them up into small pieces and mix with their wet food. Even then, they leave the treats uneaten in the bowl. Good idea for a supplement, but not for my gang. Will try a powdered formula next.
My cat loves these, and usually is satisfied by just 2-4 per day. The only thing is they are a little large so i have to break each chew in half.
It's too soon to know if they are doing good, but all my cats like them. They are chewy, not too soft.
I’m sure the product works well but my 3 cats won’t eat them
Our ginger boy was "dropped off" near our house in a rural area and suffered from an eye ailment that his Vet says is common in cats who lived in the wild for some time. These lysine treats have helped his eye, it is not tearing nearly as much and the tear is not as irritating.