Nutritional supplements for cats with Feline Herpes Virus
OptixCare L-Lysine Chews for Cats, 60 Soft Chews are a nutritional supplement that treats and helps prevent the feline herpes virus (FHV). The L-Lysine in the chews inhibits the reproduction of viruses and enhances immune system function to combat the symptoms of herpes in cats. OptixCare pet medications help reduce the severity and frequency of flare-ups.
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OptixCare L-Lysine Chews for Cats, 60 Soft Chews Customer Reviews
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Customer Reviews: 3
<p>My feral cat is hard to deal with, and getting any med in him is problematic. But one chew is 500 mg so he gets his dose in one fell swoop.</p>
OptixCare L-Lysine Chews for Cats, 60 Soft Chews
This product works extremely well and cleared up our cats flare-ups with the herpes virus. We have nine cats and are worried when one comes down with something as it can potentially run rampant amongst our brood.
Ordering from Vet Depot was easy and we got the product in just a few days! Saved so much compared to buying the same product that our vet sells! Extremely pleased with this product and with VetDepot!
OptixCare for Cats treats sneezing...
Ever since my cat gave birth, she has had frequent herpes flares. She gets sneezy, she stops eating, and she seems generally very sick. I discovered this supplement on Vet Depot and bought it. It has been amazing. She is only sick about 25% as often now and she does not get AS sick as she was before. I'm back on the site now to make another order and to see what else Vet Depot sells that might also help her.
- Inhibits the reproduction of feline herpes virus cells
- Help manage and prevent feline herpes virus
- Cuts down on the number of herpes flare-ups in your cat
- L-lysine nutritional supplements for cats
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