How to choose cat supplemets ?

Why Choose a Supplement for Your Cat?

To have a happy and long life, your cat needs healthy food and lots of love. However, sometimes felines develop health conditions, like digestive upset or stiff joints, that can be improved with certain dietary supplement. Even if the cat’s current food contains a supplement, it often does not include ideal levels for maximum efficacy. If you use separate individual supplements, it permits you to better control the dose your cat requires.

Before you add any supplement to your cat’s diet, it is a great idea to talk with your veterinarian. Symptoms that respond to the supplements could be indicative of explicit health issues that need additional treatment. Sometimes certain supplements should not be used if your cat has developed specific health conditions, so always speak with your cat’s veterinarian.

Make a Supplementation Program for Your Cat

Soft Treats: Cats, primarily older cats, love soft treats that are extremely easy to chew. Usually these treats have pungent smells, which can attract those difficult-to-please cats.

Crunchy Treats: The cat that loves kibble may savor crunchy treats because the mouth-feel is the same.

Catnip and Cat Grass: Though it is mostly renowned as cat grass, these tender shoots sprout from various cereal grains, like wheat, barley, and oats. Live catnip can delight numerous felines.

Dehydrated or Freeze-Dried Treats: These treats are often made up of 100% meat; thus, they are a great source of high-quality protein for cats.

Supplements Contributing to Overall Health

Dental: Systemic dental supplements and enzymatic products can increase your regular cat dental-care program’s efficacy. Many supplements are beneficial for cats who can develop plaque build-up in difficult-to-reach regions.

Mobility: Older cats that develop joint concerns, including arthritis, can benefit from a supplement that helps improve overall joint conditions.

Skin and Coat: Healthy skin and silky coats are attractive and they offer a defense against ticks and fleas. Some supplements can reduce shedding and subsequently the development of hairballs.

Digestion: Good digestion results in a diversity of health advantages, including better-smelling waste and weight loss. These supplements can make a transition in your cat’s food much easier.

Specific Health and General Health Conditions: This group of supplements may help less common, more specific issues like urinary tract disease or increase the overall health of the cat.

Calmatives: While you may require a calmative for long-term, short-term, or immediate issues, there is always a supplement that can help your feline feel good about any severe environmental challenges.

How We Choose Cat Supplements?

Collar and Leash Pets works to find specific supplements that meet sourcing, content, and labeling standards. The National Animal Supplement Council evaluates most supplements, and we check the third-party testing outcomes to confirm companies meet the active ingredient standards. We value scientific proof that supplements can help specific conditions. Working with trusted veterinarians, Collar and Leash Pets searches for supplements with the proper bioavailability that allows a cat’s body to process the active ingredients that will help eliminate the underlying cause of symptoms.

We also understand another concern for cat owners is a product’s palatability. Collar and Leash Pets looks for products that are easy to administer due to their content or form. For most cat owners, supplements in the form of a tasty treat are the simpliest to administer.

At Collar and Leash Pets, we offer a curated choice of the right products and supplements to address the most common health issues. Sometimes, this selection means we have just one or two products for a particular concern. But the supplements we stock deliver what we believe is a powerful solution to health problem. While we are highly conscious about value and price, we know that a supplements’ quality is of the utmost importance.