What is Duralactin Feline L-lysine Paste for Cats?
- Duralactin L-lysine paste is an L-lysine is an amino acid that helps support eye and respiratory health in cats.
- L-lysine also helps reduce the replication of the feline herpes virus and may reduce outbreaks in infected cats.
- Duralactin includes MicroLactin, a dried milk protein to help manage inflammation, as well as Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids.
Why do cats use Duralactin Feline L-lysine Paste?
- Duralactin Feline L-lysine Paste is recommended to help support respiratory and ocular health while managing inflammation.
- Duralactin Feline L-Lysine Paste contains MicroLactin, an exclusive dried milk protein concentrate derived from hyperimmunized cows that contain factors that appear to block cytokines and help manage neutrophil participation to support a healthy and normal inflammatory response.
- Duralactin products also support normal activity and wellness.
What else should I know about Duralactin Feline L-lysine Paste?
- For use in cats and kittens to help support respiratory and ocular health while managing inflammation.
- Usually need 2 to 3 syringes are needed per cat per treatment.
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What problems could my cat have with Duralactin Feline L-lysine Paste?
- For use in cats only. Keep out of reach of other animals and children.
- Some cats may be sensitive to milk proteins. Should vomiting or diarrhea occur, or the animal’s condition worsens, consult your veterinarian.
How do you use Duralactin Feline L-lysine Paste?
- Give as directed by your veterinarian.
- The paste may be mixed with food. Some cats may prefer the paste directly from the tube.
- Manufacturer's suggested use: For adult cats, give 2.5 ml (one notch or line on syringe) directly or with food twice a day. Kittens may be given 1.25 ml (1/2 notch) twice a day.
- How to use 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. 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.
What is in Duralactin Feline L-lysine Paste?
- Active ingredients per 1/2 teaspoonful (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: Glycerin, Guar Gum, Malt Syrup, Mixed Tocopherols, Natural Chicken Flavor, Sorbic Acid, Sucrose, Water.
Will I get what I see in the picture?
- Duralactin Feline L-lysine Paste is a brand name. You will receive the exact brand that you request.
Is it important for my cat to finish all of the Duralactin Feline L-lysine Paste?
- Cats may use Duralactin Feline L-lysine Paste for different lengths of time. Please consult your veterinarian if you have any questions.
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Q & A
I am thinking of ordering this for my 9 year old baby. He is a tabby cat and when we got him from a pet rescue he had a nasal problem. It seemed to go away after a long period of time. Well now it's back and it's awful. The vet gave us a antibiotic a d he hates it. I figured maybe I try this with big hopes. But how often should I treat my cat??
Duralactin Feline L-lysine is an amino acid supplement that helps support eye and respiratory health in cats and helps manage inflammation. This supplement is not labeled to treat or cure any disease or infection in cats. It is recommended to consult with your veterinarian to determine if this product best suits your cat’s needs.Verified Answer
Is the Duralactin Feline L-Lysine flavored in any way??
This product has a poultry flavoring.Verified Answer
Duralactin capsules have been recommended for my cats arthritis. He will not take the capsules at all, even if mixed in his food. Will this product help with his joint inflammation??
Duralactin contains MicroLactin®, a patented dried milk protein concentrate derived from hyperimmunized cows that may help block or reduce inflammation. It also contains L-lysine, an amino acid that can help reduce symptoms of feline herpesvirus. The paste can be mixed with food or given directly by mouth. If you are still unable to administer the product, we suggest asking your veterinarian to recommend another product for your pet.Verified Answer
I rinsed the eye out the best he would let me but will this product effect his eye in any negative way??
Christa, There is no information regarding long term effects if this medication gets in the eye. If you see any current redness, irritation or distress, contact your cat's veterinarian right away. Thank you, VetRxDirectCommunity Answer