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Duralactin Feline L-Lysine

Duralactin Feline L-lysine

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  • Use Duralactin® Feline L-Lysine for long-term management of inflammatory conditions in cats and kittens
  • L-lysine helps maintain respiratory and ocular health
  • MicroLactin® helps manage chronic inflammation
  • Contains Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids
  • Accurate dosing with easy-to-use syringe
Description
Duralactin® Feline L-Lysine is a highly palatable paste that helps prevent and manage the symptoms associated with Feline Herpes Virus (FHV) in cats. Contains L-lysine which helps maintain cat's respiratory and ocular health and MicroLactin®, a patented dried milk protein concentrate which helps manage chronic inflammation. Duralactin® Feline L-Lysine also contains Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids to help support their immune system and help with the long-term management of inflammatory conditions. The syringe is easy to use and ensures accurate dosing.
Specs
Keep sealed in a cool, dry location and out of the reach of pets and children.
Ingredients
Active Ingredients per ½ teaspoon (2.5 ml):
L-lysine 250 mg, MicroLactin® (dried milk protein) 200 mg, Omega 6 Fatty Acids 162 mg, Omega 3 Fatty Acids 72.5 mg.
Inactive Ingredients
Butylated hydroxyanisol (BHA), glycerin, guar gum, poultry digest, sorbic acid, sucrose, water
Instructions
Give 2.5 ml (one notch) twice daily to adult cats; 1.25 ml (1/2 notch) twice a day for kittens. Give orally or mix with food.
Each notch or line on the syringe will deliver 2.5 ml.

Using the Syringe:
Each line on the syringe corresponds with a notch that fits the wheel. The ring should be placed towards the wider part of the syringe. If the ring is at the top of the plunger, turn it to meet the wider part of the syringe, closest to the cap.
Turn the ring to the next line or notch on the syringe to deliver 2.5 ml. If 1.25 ml is desired, turn the ring between the lines or notches. Remove the cap and press the plunger of the tube to dispense the paste into the cat’s food. The paste may be mixed with food. Some cats may prefer the paste directly from the tube.
If the cap is difficult to remove, wrap a cloth around it and pull. Some paste may continue to come out of the syringe after the ring is flush with the syringe. This is normal and will stop once the cap is replaced. When turning the ring for the last dose, it may be necessary to turn the ring firmly to get to the end of the plunger.

Caution: If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian. Some cats may be sensitive to milk proteins and/or carbohydrates. Should vomiting or diarrhea occur, please discontinue use and consult your veterinarian.

Keep out of the reach of other animals and children.

For use in kittens and cats only.
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