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Enisyl-F Lysine Treats - 6.35 oz

 
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Enisyl-F Lysine Treats are a safe and effective way to lessen pain of feline herpes virus, FHV-1. With L-lysine, an essential amino acid that works to suppress FHV-1 symptoms and recurrence, these treats are an easy way to help "treat" FHV-1 and the problems it can cause between active flare-ups.

These treats are designed to be used between active flare-ups of FHV-1. During active flare-ups, cats should be given Enisyl-F Oral Paste.

Enisyl-F Lysine Treats can be given daily. The treat form is a convenient way to administer the correct dose of L-lysine to your cat, since 5 treats contain 250 mg.   This essential amino acid has been shown to reduce FHV-1 flare-ups and severity of symptoms such as viral shedding.
  Feline herpes virus is one of the most common causes of eye conditions and respiratory infections in cats and kittens, and is all too easily passed from other cats through contact or shared items such as litter boxes or water bowls. Symptoms include sneezing, runny noses, runny eyes, and in particular chronic or recurring nose and eye mucous.

Directions: 

Give 5 treats a day - supplies 250mg. L-Lysine. For flare-ups (active infection): Cats may receive up to 10 treats per day.

Ingredients: 

Poultry meal, rice flour, L-lysine monohydrochloride, sugar, salt, potassium sorbate, titanium dioxide. Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein (Min.) 30%; Crude Fat (Min.) 8%; Crude Fiber (Max.) 1%; Moisture (Max.) 15%; Ash (Max.) 8%

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Feline Herpes: Symptoms & Treatment

Phoebe by Gretchen97

Many cats suffer from feline herpes virus type 1 (FHV-1) without their owners even being aware. When our cat Harold began sneezing like crazy and had a runny nose, we thought maybe he had allergies. After doing a little research and taking little Harold to the vet, we discovered he had been infected with feline herpes. While the majority of kitties that contract this virus do not ever get rid of the virus, the symptoms can be treated.

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