Pet Alive supplements work!
Yesterday, we took the kitties to the vet. We got good news regarding their health but also good news regarding the quality of the PetAlive brand supplements! Our veterinarian took my advice about PetAlive brand Gumz-n-Teeth. She looked into it and feels it is a great product. She recommends it too all her pet parents now! I was thrilled to hear this. I hope this advice will save many pets from painful tooth and gum disease and tooth removal. I also hope it saves pet owners money and stress and worry for their pets!
All of the cats have also lost weight. Tigger lost a pound which is a lot for a cat! The combination of PetAlive brand SlenderPet and Solid Gold brand Grain and Gluten Free cat food for weight control seems to do the trick. The Gumz-n-Teeth and SlenderPet supplements are available in my respective reviews. Gumz-n-Teeth here and SlenderPet here. I will be writing cat food reviews in coming weeks.
While we finally found a dry food that is healthy, that the cats all love and helps maintain their weight, we may have to fine tune their wet food. Tigger has always had a sensitive stomach and throws up regularly. This dry food is great but the vet thinks Tigger’s throwing up may be due to food allergies in the wet food. Since our cats are picky and get a different flavor of wet food every few days we rotate through many flavors. It may be that some of those varieties have proteins that Tigger is sensitive too. She said cats are often allergic to dairy and fish, while dogs are often allergic to chicken! It seems strange that chicken would be a common allergen for dogs! I know the cats aren’t crazy about foods with tuna in them so maybe this is a problem. The dry food they are on has pollock however so it must not be all fish.
Time to keep careful track of which foods cause a problem. I am just so glad we found a dry food that works! The wet food is just a vehicle to give them their supplements.
It is so encouraging to see results with these products from the PetAlive and Solid Gold brands.
If you have pet food allergy stories or other thoughts please let me know in a comment!