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In Clover In Clover Fresh Digest Daily Digestive Enzymes & PreBiotics for Cats

Aides in better digestion and a fresh smelling catLess odor, diarrhea and hair ballsContains NO fillers, lactose, sugar, preservatives or animal products
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Is this product effective for constipation in a senior cat?

asked 3 years, 7 months ago
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Yes, I didn't know what more I could do for my senior cat. I used this product and it was so easy and had fast results!
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
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If given daily in dry food this should help your cat. I have 3 cats 16, 11 and 11 years and it has helped.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
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Yes! My senior cats would try to pass tiny, hard pellets and would sit in the litter box hunched over straining. Since using this product, we have not had one incident of hard stools (or diarrhea). There are always firm, but not dried/hard, "logs" in the litter box now. A huge difference! Wish we had found this product sooner.
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answered 2 years, 3 months ago
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Kansas City, MO
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Yes, and my cats eat it readily. I just sprinkle it over their wet or dry food. It only takes 1/4 tsp.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
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Yes it is VERY effective. The four plant-based digestive enzymes in Fresh Digest will help your cat utilized it's food more effectively. The PREbiotic contained in Fresh Digest will also help feed the naturally occuring good bacteria that are in your cat's intestinal system and help support the normal balance that is sometimes upset by the aging process.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
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Does Fresh Digest really help with gas and diarrhia?

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Yes it does. My kitten had extreme gas along with her diarrhea which I failed to mention when I wrote the review of this product. No more gas as well. It really works. I wish I had found this sooner.
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Yes! My senior cats would sometimes have liquid diarrhia bad enough to clear the house. (and sometimes it was just the opposite. They would have small, hard pellets). This product is great. Both cats have perfect stools now. They don't strain when when using the cat box. Have not had one inciden of diarrhia or constipation since using thsi product.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
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Yes, it works quickly, just a few days. Also, the product has a 100% guarantee so it is easy to try. The reviews sold me but the results keep me using Fresh Digest.
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How do I know which dosage to use?

My cat is 10 years old and gets hairballs daily, has a sensitive stomach (she vomits at least a few days every week, and I think she's constipated.
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Our kitty is 12 years old, 12 pounds (healthy weight) with pancreatitis (digestive enzyme leak) and we give him 1/2 tsp daily, approved by our vet. Standard dosage is 1/4 tsp for avg size cat: ~8 lb.
answered 2 months, 3 weeks ago
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the measuring amount is 1/4 tsp for 1 cup food. I tried this for my cat, and the stuff doesn't work.
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My long hair senior cat gets 1/4 teaspoon of Fresh Digest in the morning feeding and 1/4 teaspoon in the evening feeding. This is double the 1/4 tsp per cup of food recommended since he is "mature". I have not stepped on or had to clean up a hairball since using Fresh Digest.
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Is it OK to give to a nursing mother cat?

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Yes, Fresh Digest is okay to give to a nursing cat. The digestive enzymes in Fresh Digest are available in a healthy system and the prebiotic is found in mother's milk naturally.
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Our 13 year old cat was recently diagnosed with possible diabetes. Now he won't eat wet or dry food. Will this product help?

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While Fresh Digest will not help to stimulate the appetite, it will help the body use all the good nutrients in the food. Fresh Digest will also help to support his immune system which contributes to his overall health. Both increasing the body's ability to absorb the nutrients and boosting the immune system are key for older cats.
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