Is Psyllium Fiber Good For Cats

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Psyllium is a great fiber supplement which is used by millions of people all over the world.  The most common use of Psyllium is for its constipation relief property.  In case of constipation, unless it is too much chronic and severe health condition you can be almost assured that Psyllium will help you overcome your constipation problem.  The most common brands of Psyllium are Metamucil and Isabgol.

The question is – Is Psyllium good for pets.

Psyllium Fiber For Pets

Like humans our pets like cats and dogs also suffer from constipation.  The problem with constipation in cats is, you would also face inconvenience along with your cat.  They end up messing up the carpet. The good news is Psyllium fiber can also help your pets.

You may be aware that Psyllium is a bulk forming laxative.  It has been observed that it helps cats is getting a easier bowel movements just like humans.

Which is a Good Brand for Pet Fiber?

Psyllium Fiber For PetsOne of the well known brands for pet fiber is Vetasyl. It is made up of Psyllium and Barley.  It is available in 500 and 1000 mg capsules.  You can open one or two capsules and sprinkle the contents in the food bowl along with the food.  You Cat or Dog will eat the capsule along with the food.  By next day you should be able to see improvement in your pet’s bowel movements.

Amazon users have rated this product more than 4 out of 5 which indicated very positive opinion about this product.

So if your pet is suffering, get some Psyllium fiber for your pet.  You pet will become more energetic and stay healthier for more number of years and live longer.  Vetasyl does not contain any chemicals and does not have any side effects.

Many people are little suspicious about using this product, but we think that there is no harm in trying this product.  Observe how your pet feels after first few doses and then decide the next step from there.

If you are administering Psyllium for the first time to your pet, we would suggest, keep note of the eating habits, energy levels and sleep patterns and try to observe if there are any changes.  In unlikely case of you observing that your pet is not better than before you may consult you veterinary doctor.

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