VetriScience Laboratories, UT Strength Feline, 60 Chewable Tablets
UPC Code: 026664275561
UT Strength Feline supports healthy urinary tract function and is specifically recommended for cats prone to UT issues and crystals. It contains D-Mannose, a naturally occurring simple sugar that removes harmful bacteria through elimination. It’s absorbed eight times slower than glucose and is not converted to glycogen or stored in the liver when ingested. D-Mannose goes directly into the bloodstream from the kidneys to the bladder. The bacteria displaced by D-Mannose are responsible for UTIs and other issues. N-acetyl glucosamine (NAG) is a form of glucosamine that supports the production of glycoproteins, which help create a protective barrier against acids and bacteria. GanedenBC30 is a patented, highly-stable probiotic strain that supports digestive health and helps maintain microflora balance in the gut. Cranberry extract helps acidify and deodorize urine. Even fussy eaters love these delicious chicken liver-flavored chews!
60 Chewable Tablets
Give 1 chew, 2 times daily.
About VetriScience Laboratories
For over 40 years, VetriScience has led the way in developing innovative supplement therapies to improve the lives of companion animals. They are committed to using extensively researched, pure ingredients to produce safe and highly effective products that make the lives of pets better. Their product catalog includes GlycoFlex and an extensive line of original formulas made by vets, for vets and manufactured in the USA. All their products are backed by a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
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