Viralys Oral Powder for Cats, 100 gm (L-Lysine) - 3 Pack
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Viralys Oral Powder for Cats, 100 gm - 3 Pack is an L-Lysine supplement used to treat the symptoms of feline herpes. Each scoop of Viralys supplements delivers approximately 500 mg of L-Lysine in a palatable base.
- Effective supplement against feline herpes virus and other viral infections
- Provides a boost for the immune system
- Used in cats and kittens with medical conditions responsive to L-Lysine
- Manufacturer information and usage
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Customer Reviews: 3
Supplements for me...supplements for my 4-legged overlords :-)
I have a sable Burmese, and the breeder recommended that I give Nelson Viralys and a digestive enzyme product every day. What he gets I also give to his older "brother" Rocky, a shelter refugee. Seems to work as they very, VERY seldom need to be brought to the vet for other than the routine shots and teeth cleaning.
Mix into their wet food along with the digestive enzyme and a natural vitamin/mineral supplement.
I have ordered Viralys several times from Vet depot and have have been completely satisfied. The product is great and by ordering several at a time, has saved some money. Thanks.
Originally prescribed by my veterinarian to help prevent incursions into my FIV kitty's immune system, this easy-to-use powder has become an essential in caring for my sweet grey boy. It seems that any time I've been out of the powder, he starts to develop the little sneezes typical of an upper respiratory infection, which can kill him. As long as I keep adding Viralys to his food, he seems to stay healthy.
Viralys needs no special storage and doesn't appear to degrade over time, so I keep it on the kitchen counter. The smell is pleasant and the powder mixes very easily with wet food.
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