NuVet Plus is a supplement which increases the nutrition of the cat's food and also combats the onslaught of free radicals in our companion pets. This unique formula consists of precise amounts of vitamins, minerals and high-potency antioxidants that when combined, create a synergistic and powerful boost to the immune system.- NuVet Plus
It comes highly recommended by pet nutritionists & veterinarians and your purchase and daily use of it increases our kitten guarantee from one year to two.
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Nourish your kitty’s nose-to-tail well-being with the protein-rich nutrition of the Wellness Complete Health Pate Chicken Entree Grain-Free Canned Cat Food.
Probiotics are live microorganisms that live in your pet’s gastrointestinal track, and on her skin, lungs and other organs. They’re even inside her nose and mouth! When talking about bacteria, probiotics are considered “the good guys,” or good bacteria.
For optimal health at any age, you pet needs the right balance of good to bad or pathogenic bacteria. A probiotic supplement can help achieve that balance. Especially when diets are high in carbohydrates (as many commercial pet foods are – particularly kibble), the wrong type of bacteria can flourish, starting in your pet’s mouth.
Carbs and starches are harmful for your pet’s teeth and his gut. The addition of probiotics can help promote a healthy balance everywhere.
Is Big Pet Food Out to Prove Cats Aren't Carnivores?
As dog parents become ever more determined to feed their pets species-appropriate diets, the processed pet food industry has responded by becoming just as determined to convince the world dogs are omnivores, not carnivores, and can therefore safely and healthfully eat diets high in grains and starches.
Felines present an even greater problem for Big Pet Food because as obligate carnivores, they have even less ability than dogs to digest carbs (and, like dogs, they have no nutritional requirement for them), and pet parents are catching on.
How is the processed pet food industry supposed to continue to sell massive amounts of biologically inappropriate grain- and carb-based diets to cat owners who are increasingly demanding diets designed for true carnivores? I guess one way is to push the idea that it's a "fantasy" that cats require meat-based versus plant-based diets, and then conduct studies with a predetermined outcome to offer as evidence. (READ MORE)