L-Lysine nutritional supplements for cats
Enisyl-F Lysine Treats, 180 gm helps treat the symptoms of Feline Herpes Virus. While there is no cure for herpes in cats, Enisly-F pet meds decrease the occurrence of herpes outbreaks in cats, and renders those that do occur less severe and shorter in duration. L-Lysine is an amino acid that that stops the virus from reproducing.
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Enisyl-F Lysine Treats, 180 gm Customer Reviews
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 5
My kitties are all FeLV+ and their vet recommends l-lysine. Of the forms I have tried, these treats are the best way to actually get the l-lysine in them.
Keeps the eye infection away!
My kitty kept getting eye infections because of a herpes virus. By giving her 3 of these bite size chews twice a day she has not had an eye infection since we started with them. She eats them just like a treat and their size is perfect. I know they work because the one time I ran out and didn't get more right away she started to show signs of the eye irritation. As soon as we resumed with these Lysine treats all symptoms vanished. Good Stuff!!
I have been giving my kitty these for about a year and they have really helped keep him much healthier. Less trips to the vet makes kitty and his momma happy! Vet Depot is cheaper than other websites and their shipping was extremely fast!!!!
My cats love these. They are the only lysine product that I can find that meets my and my cats requirements.
I had no idea my poor kitty was succeptible to things like cat herpes! It was so nasty but Enisyl-F helped her clear it right up. Poor thing was miserable. Outbreaks don’t seem to happen at all now but we dose her regularly.
- Can be used to treat other conditions responsive to L-Lysine supplementation
- Contains L-lysine, amino acids, and arginine which diminish the virus' ability to multiply
- Inhibits the reproduction of viruses including feline herpes virus
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