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The product is effective, but the two times I have ordered, I have had to request a replacement product. Both times the seal was broken and there was no scoop in the package. I requested a replacement, and the seal was sealed and there was a scoop. Not sure why an open product would be shipped? Not sure if I will order again…
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I have two cats, one male and one female, and they are both prone to UTI – whenever they are stressed slightest bit, they’ll have an episode. My vet recommended that I add supplements to their regular diet to keep this from happening too often. I did some searches, this seemed easiest (and also the cheapest) way to administer the supplements. I know cranberries are good for humans too, so I figured why not. At first I was afraid they wouldn’t eat their wet food because of the cranberry odor(and yes they are picky about their food) but to my amazement, neither of them seem to care and gobbled it down. Granted, I added the powder into Fancy Feast (not the best food around, but it’s by far their favorite wet food… go figure) so maybe that helped. I haven’t yet tried adding the powder into their “regular” wet food (Natural Balance) which they don’t like as much but is more nutritious. But I’m pretty positive they won’t mind it much.
Since I’ve started adding the powder (3-4 times a week) my little girl has been peeing noticeably better (she recently had an episode of UTI)so I am more than happy! I think the tub will last at least 3 months, even though I have two cats. And the label says you don’t have to use it everyday. Another plus: I love the little scoop it comes with, so I know the exact amount to add. If you can’t find the scoop in your tub, it’s probably buried somewhere in the tub.. you gotta poke around underneath all the powder to fish it out the first time.
Bottom line, if you have a UTI-prone cat, you MUST try it. It’s cheaper than going to a vet and good for your cat… Will buy again and totally recommended!
(Tip: I add few tablespoons of water into the wet food with the powder to increase their water intake. Then I microwave for 15 seconds)
As a Vet Tech with 20 years or so under my belt, I have accumulated many “needy” critters. My all-time favorite is a 14 year old orange domestic longhair male kitty named Currituck. Tucker always showed many symptoms of urinary tract problems and blocked up more than once-barely living through one episode. Crystals in his urine have always been an issue, as well as the accompanying infections and discomfort. Prescription foods soon became too expensive with my large crew-so I began to “cook” for him. Since the prescription foods all have a urinary acidifier in them, I ordered NaturVet Cranberry Relief and hoped for the best. I did monitor his urinary pH for a while until I knew what his daily dose should be. He is happier and healthier that ever-pretty good for a kitty who almost died 7 years ago!
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