Many cat owners are concerned about their cats’ health problems. Obesity is one of the most common concerns for many people, especially those who live with an indoor-only cat. Indoor-only cats tend to be less active than outdoor cats, and often spend more time sleeping than engaging in physical activity.
Weight gain can also be caused by some medical conditions that may go unnoticed by the owner or occur gradually over time. These conditions could include diabetes, hyperthyroidism, heart disease, intestinal diseases (notably inflammatory bowel disease), kidney disease, and liver abnormalities. So if your cat is gaining weight despite his/her good efforts of dieting and exercise plans then it’s certainly important to them checked up by a veterinarian at the earliest.
Vetasyl is a new prebiotic fiber product that is available in chewable tablets and can help cats feel full while they slowly absorb moisture to help support healthy bowel movements or management of weight when combined with a reduced-calorie diet.
And Vetasyl is the only non-prescription fiber supplement for cats that supports digestive health by balancing your cat’s intestinal microflora and promoting good stool form, a healthy digestive tract, and proper nutrient absorption. Vetasyl is recommended for: Weight Management Constipation Diarrhea Hairballs Itchy skin and rashes Making vetasyl part of your pet’s daily food intake helps ease some of the common problems he/she may experience.
Including vetasyl as part of a loved one’s diet helps ease some of the common problems he/she may experience. It has a great taste and can be easily administered via a treat or favorite snack.
If your cat is overweight, consult with your veterinarian. Your veterinarian will perform a physical exam on your cat to determine his/her body condition score, which takes into account such things as desired weight and muscle tone for the breed of cat and how it compares to the thickness of the fat layer under the skin.
You should work with your veterinarian to develop an individual health care plan that includes proper nutrition and exercise for healthy weight loss. Vetasyl makes it easy to give cats what they crave: Treats: vetasyl can be your cat’s favorite treat. It can also be cut into pieces and fed as a training aid or to increase the frequency of meals if desired.
Food: you can mix vetasyl with kibble until it is completely absorbed (usually about three tablespoons per pound of body weight). Mixing it in will make for a slower rate of digestion and absorption, helping your cat feel full longer.