Pet-Ema Feline 125 mg, 6 mL eases constipation and minimizes associated discomfort in cats. The dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate in Pet-Ema softens stools by facilitating the movement of water into your pet's fecal mass. The glycerin contained in the product lubricates the rectal wall to make stool passage easier and less painful.
- Contains dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate in Glycerin to relieve constipation
- Helps re-establish normal bowel movements in post-operative animals
- Eases passage of stools
- Manufacturer information and usage
<p>I love this product and they always ship super fast from vet depot.</p>
<p>I have a paraplegic cat who is also a Manx (narrower colon) who gets constipated on occasion and requires manual expression. I use a little of the pet-ema on occasion to help get things moving again. It works well.</p>
A Must Have for Cats with Megacolon
<p>My cat's vet gave me my first Pet-ema to use at home for my cat who has megacolon. Three weeks of continual visits to the vet for enemas were both costly and stressful. Fortunately, my cat is very compliant. I hold him on my lab, rub Vaseline on his booty and a generous amount of KY jelly on the end of the syringe and insert it slowly and gently. Less than a minute later he visits the litterbox and then several times afterward. For me, it's neither messy nor difficult; in fact, it's easier for both my cat and me than giving liquid medicine orally. Without Pet-ema my cat would have to either have risky surgery or be put to sleep.</p>
Our cat is 18 years old and suffering from chronic constipation. This product is convenient to use and works quickly. Works in 20 minutes, faster than going to the vet and allot less traumatic.
The results were a great relief.
<p>I received the order in a reasonable time frame. They were very easy to use on my kitty. The results were a great relief.</p>
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