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Afrivet Copronat Natural Food Supplement – Prevents Dogs Eating Faeces and Helps Ease Flatulence in Dogs

R441.00 incl. VAT

Afrivet Furinaid Feed Supplement for Cats

R501.00 incl. VAT

Bayer Calsup Powder – Calcium and Vitamin Supplement for Dogs and Cats

R292.00 incl. VAT

Kyron Feli-Vit General Cat Supplement Powder to Promote General Health

R147.00 incl. VAT

Kyron Felisine Paste Cat Flu Relief Supplement for Cats

R200.00 incl. VAT

Kyron Nutrostim High Calorie Gel Boost for All Pets in Recovery

R75.00 incl. VAT

Kyron Pet Tabs Forte General Health Tablets for Cats and Dogs

R156.00 incl. VAT

Medpet Vita-Kelp Mineral and Vitamin Supplement for Dogs and Cats

R115.00 - R203.00 incl. VAT

Regal Cat Tonic

R91.00 incl. VAT
The Herbal Pet Cleansing Formula

The Herbal Pet Cleansing Formula deworms and kills parasites on your dog and cat

R216.00 incl. VAT
The Herbal Pet Everypet Formula

The Herbal Pet Everypet Formula a Vitamin and Mineral Supplement for Cats and Dogs

R185.00 incl. VAT

Everyone needs vitamins and minerals to keep going, and so does your cat. All veterinary foods already have all the vitamins and minerals your cat needs.  No more is needed.  But if you are feeding a not so premium food, or your feline friend has a medical condition and needs supplements, the supplements will give her little body a big boost.

Vitamins and Minerals are the key to helping your cat stay in perfect condition.  For a strong immune system, your cat will need her B Vitamins. A deficiency in B Vitamins may lead to vulnerability to illnesses, slow wound healing, general weakness or slow reflexes. Vitamin C helps with the synthesis of collagen, which is an essential tissue in a cat’s body, other recommended vitamins are folic acid, biotin and choline.

Vitamins A, D, E, K are all fat-soluble, too many of these vitamins may poison your cat, always speak to your vet before giving any fat-soluble vitamins. But, Vitamin A is always recommended, your cat’s body cannot process beta-carotene into Vitamin A, and a lack of Vitamin A can cause skin and coat problems or night blindness.

Your cat does not need a lot of minerals, but parasites, like ticks and fleas can cause anaemia (iron deficiency) in cats, so supplementing with iron is usually prescribed.

Calcium is highly recommended for pregnant or lactating cats. Calcium helps produce milk. But a diet rich in calcium is good for your cat’s overall health.

Magnesium will keep your cat well-balanced and immune to certain diseases. Magnesium helps with the absorption of calcium. Do not give your cat too much magnesium and calcium as this may cause vitamin deficiency and urinary tract infections in tomcats.

Potassium, Sodium and Chloride prevents dehydration in your cat. If your cat is vomiting a lot she will need to hydrate, supplements of potassium, sodium and chloride are recommended.

Before putting your cat on a supplement, please consult with your Veterinarian first. He will give you  more information and will recommend what is best for your cat.