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Zesty Paws All Ages Lysine Immune System Bites Salmon Flavor Cat Supplement, 60 count

Zesty Paws All Ages Lysine Immune System Bites Salmon Flavor Cat Supplement, 60 count

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    great product

    By JThomas on Mar 24, 2021

    We give ourselves vitamins and supplements to keep ourselves healthier and to help when we aren’t feeling well. I thought I would do the same for my cat. He has taken these for about nine days now and he thinks he is getting treats. He is very picky about his food and treats so that’s a major plus. I We give ourselves vitamins and supplements to keep ourselves healthier and to help when we aren’t feeling well. I thought I would do the same for my cat. He has taken these for about nine days now and he thinks he is getting treats. He is very picky about his food and treats so that’s a major plus. I like that I know I am helping him keep his immunity up so he feels better and keeps me from taking him to the vet. Hes my little buddy and I want to know that I am giving him a long healthier life and feel this is a little something I can do for him to make that goal. … more

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    By Jenny on Apr 8, 2021

    I had high hopes for these, as I use Zesty Paws vitamins for my dog who loves them, and Zesty Paws salmon oil on my cats' food. One of my cats has watery eyes and cries tears all day if she doesn't get lysine, but the squeeze bottle of goo the vet prescribed is messy to use. I thought these would make I had high hopes for these, as I use Zesty Paws vitamins for my dog who loves them, and Zesty Paws salmon oil on my cats' food. One of my cats has watery eyes and cries tears all day if she doesn't get lysine, but the squeeze bottle of goo the vet prescribed is messy to use. I thought these would make feeding time easier. For some background, this cat is a rescue who was emaciated when we found her and for the first year or two would eat anything in the house. She wouldn't touch these. In fact, she rejected her whole food dish and wouldn't go near it with this product in the dish. Wouldn't even eat around it. My other two cats, who are on vet prescribed food and strict orders not to have any other kind, usually fight for anything novel but they left it on the floor too. So I guess I'm stuck with the maple-flavored tube of goo indefinitely. … more

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