Vetoquinol Viralys Powder, 100gm

July 8, 2018 - Comment

Vetoquinol Viralys Powder 100 Gram Jar are nutritional supplements containing a naturally occurring amino acid. Manufactured according to rigorous pharmaceutical standards and can be safely administered with no known side effects for as long as required. Product Features Easy to administer Minimizes additional stress on the cat Adheres to rigorous pharmaceutical standards

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100 Gram Jar are nutritional supplements containing a naturally occurring amino acid. Manufactured according to rigorous pharmaceutical standards and can be safely administered with no known side effects for as long as required.

Product Features

  • Easy to administer
  • Minimizes additional stress on the cat
  • Adheres to rigorous pharmaceutical standards

Comments

Jenn Reedy says:

GREAT FOR FELINE HERPES! LYSINE SUPRESSES THE AMINO ACID ARGININE, RESPONSIBLE FOR FLARE UPS!!! I work w/ my local VSA ( voluntary services for animals). I took in a few kittens that’s eyes were almost completely shut with crust & their little noses were covered in crust & mucus. A pitiful site 🙁 . I quickly took all 4 to the vet within 24 hrs. WELL, after they said it was “Feline herpes”, (an upper respiratory infection that doesn’t go away but can be controlled) IT ended up costing me close to $800!! With Vet costs, testing costs, & the “Wonderfully expensive” medication they gave me…

PeepsandCharlie says:

Amazing results Our kitty is 17, and she has feline herpes that flairs from stress. Thankfully it isn’t chronic, but when she’s stressed, it’s taken her to serious illness from being congested and not eating. I have bags and bags of lysine treats and bites and snacks that she has taken one look at, and snubbed. So when I opened this, and smelled it, I thought haha – no way. It’s not a bad smell, but there is a particular odor to it that I thought would put her off. This is a cat that can hold liquid meds…

Holly says:

Works for chronic upper respiratory problem congestion! My young cat recently developed a weird cough/sneeze that was really severe. She was sneezing up a lot of thick mucous, and having trouble eating because of the mucous – it would make her vomit. Took her to the vet and they determined she has some kind of a virus (likely the feline herpes virus or something similar) bc this cough/sneeze/mucous keeps coming back right when she gets off of her antibiotics. But finally I added this lysine to her routine – adding it to her wet food 2x/day….and…

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