I have great success with keeping gums and teeth in good shape with CoQ10,
of which I wrote several times! The easiest one to use and also least
expensive that I could find, is GNC Vegetarian formula - it is in powder
form in a capsule - sprinkled into food, not detected by cats! Natalie
Thanks Heather. I am going to start with 1/4 of the 4 MG pill. The dosage
instructions on the bottle say 1/2 to 1/2 pill every 1-3 days. My vet did say
1-3x per day but I think he meant every 1-3 days as that is what he wrote and
what you are giving. Paws crossed it works and gets him eating
This is the first email I'm sending out since 1 of my cats got diagnosed
with Felv yesterday.
We have 7 other cats but THANK GOD every single one of them tested negative
We have to have them tested again in 6 months. Do I have to wait that long
or can we have them tested sooner?
The most my vet ever prescribed was 1 1/2 eyedroppers, depending on cat's
large size...normally, 1 eyedropper twice a day. Clavamox is more likely to
make them sick than Amoxi - maybe you could switch...the taste is much
better for cats. Both are pediatric formulascertainly not made
We had a feline leukemia outbreak in January and lost a 1 1/2 year old cat,
4 kittens (about 6 months old) and the believed culprit is the sweetest
cat you ever wanted to meet. She is a carrier and may live a long live and
shows absolutely no symptoms (tested positive twice).
Hi Lisa and Natalie,
This type of clavomox is actually the 125 mg pill kind. I like the liquid
better, but I really hope to get an injection type of antibiotics next time.
She seemed to keep it down this evening, but she is not doing so good
overall. Still won't eat and hides under the bed. I can
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