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What is 1-800-PetMeds Be Well for Cats?

1-800-PetMeds Be Well for Cats is an all natural whole food supplement given to round out your cat's nutritional needs. It contains essential fatty acids and fiber that are deficient in many commercial cat food products. 1-800-PetMeds Be Well also includes 250 mg of Omega 3 per serving, which improves everything from your pet's heart to the joints.

Do you also have a dog? Try Be Well for Dogs.

1-800-PetMeds Be Well for Cats
For: Cats
 
Benefits:
Natural whole food supplement
Contains no preservatives, no artificial ingredients, no fillers
Has 250 mg of Omega 3 per serving
Made in the USA

How it works:
1-800-PetMeds Be Well for Cats targets the nutritional gap in your cat's commercial or raw food diet. With a daily sprinkle, it adds superior nutritional value to your cat's diet from key ingredients organic flaxseed, oyster, fish, and freeze-dried beef liver.

Cautions:
Store this product in a cool, dry place. Refrigerate after opening.


More Information:
Brand Name
Be Well for Cats (Designing Health)

Active Ingredient(s):
Organic Flaxseed, Blackstrap Molasses, Rice Bran, Primary Dried Yeast, Freeze Dried Beef Liver, Sunflower Seed, Dehydrated Alfalfa, Dried Carrot, Cod Fish Powder, Freeze Dried Oyster, Organic Sprouted Green Barley, Dried Kelp, Lecithin, Garlic and Yucca schidigera Extract.

What is this product used for:
Be Well for Cats is the optimum nutritional supplement for your cat. It targets the nutritional gap in your cat's commercial, cooked or raw food diet. Each 3/4 teaspoon serving provides 250mg of Omega 3 which promotes healthy heart, skin, coat, kidney, brain, joint and liver function.

Availability:
Be Well for Cats is a non-prescription (OTC) product available in a 6 oz resealable pouch.

How this product should be used:
Add Be Well to your cat's regular food according to its weight. Start with a small amount and gradually increase to the recommended level over the course of one or two weeks. Daily intake for kittens up to 5 lbs is 1/4 teaspoon. For cats 5 to 9 lbs give ½ teaspoon, for cats 10 to 12 lbs give 3/4 teaspoon and for cats over 12 lbs give 1 teaspoon.

What are the side effects:
There are no known side effects.

What special precautions are there:
This product is for animal use only and is intended for supplemental feeding only.

In the event of overdose:
Contact your veterinarian or veterinary emergency room.

How should I store this product:
Store this product in a cool, dry place. Refrigerate after opening. Best if used within 90 days of opening.

Directions:

1-800-PetMeds Be Well for Cats should not be given to dogs.
Because of the high fiber content, start by giving small amounts and increase to the recommended level over one or two weeks.
Tip: Add 1-800-PetMeds Be Well for Cats to your pets regular food.
Dosage:
Pet Weight Dosage
Cats: Up to 5 lbs Add 1/4 teaspoon to the pets food
5-9 lbs Add 1/2 teaspoon to the pets food
10-12 lbs Add 3/4 teaspoon to the pets food
Over 12 lbs Add 1 teaspoon to the pets food
Dogs:
Horses:
Storage: The unopened package should be stored in a cool, dry place. After opening, store in the refrigerator and use within 90 days.
1-800-PetMeds Be Well for Cats:
Active Ingredients (per 3/4 teaspoon serving)
Organic Flaxseed
Blackstrap Molasses
Rice Bran
Primary Dried Yeast
Freeze Dried Beef Liver
Sunflower Seed
Dehydrated Alfalfa
Dried Carrot
Cod Fish Powder
Freeze Dried Oyster
Organic Sprouted Green Barley
Dried Kelp
Lecithin
Garlic
Yucca Schidigera Extract

Guaranteed Analysis: Amount
Crude Protein (not less than) 20%
Crude Fat (not less than) 28%
Crude Fiber (not more than) 10%
Moisture (not more than) 10%

Minimum of following 3 nutrients in 3/4 tsp. (1.8 g): Amount
Taurine 600 mcg
Linoleic Acid (Omega 6) 100 mcg
Linolenic Acid (Omega 3)* 250 mg
Calories: 14 per tsp. & 42 per tbsp.

*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO dog food nutrient profiles

Be Well Cat 4.1 5 43 43
Don't bother I purchased this to try on my grey tabby because he gets a lot of hairballs and has dry skin in the winter. I thought I'd give it to my Siamese mix too who isn't that picky about her food. I put about a quarter of the recommended amount in their wet food. My female sniffed it and wouldn't go near it. My male was very hesitant about it. He tried it and then promptly vomited in the food dish. I'm sure it works really well but it has to be palatable 04/09/2014
He won't eat it….. No results, as Max won't eat it. Can I return it since it's open???? 03/17/2014
Unexpected results Bought this for one of my cats that has allergies and chews her fur off. Haven't noticed much help there, but her fur is the softest I've ever felt. Cat #2 immediately stopped his compulsion of licking plastic bags and as a bonus has all but stopped puking. Cat #3 has just started to like the taste so hoping for more good news for her. 02/03/2014
Be Well has helped all 4 of my cats. Alice is the mom, and she was out in all weather and had a rough coat when we first brought her indoors. She, and her 3 kittens are now strictly indoors. I feed them Be Well each morning with their wet food. Alice now has a sleek and shiny coat, as do all the full grown kittens. 01/18/2014
My cat used to strain to have a bowel movement and it would be as hard as a rock and she would throw up. After using Be Well she has normal stools. She also loves the taste in her wet food. She now waits at her bowl to be fed. As recommended by my vet years ago, I also add water to her wet food so she is getting enough water in her diet. It has worked for her. 10/11/2013
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how many teaspoons in the 6 oz bag?
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There are 36 teaspoons in the 6 oz bag....
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Thank you for your question Tip. Be Well for Cats can be mixed with wet cat food if your furry feline is a picky eater.
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You can sprinkle a little water on the dry food, add the Be Well and mix it.
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One of my 5 cats is a very, very finicky eater, and I very seldom see her eat anything other than the dry food. I know she needs some kind of suppliment, her coat is dull, she's shedding terribly and there are 'dandruff' flakes all over her coat. How can I give this to her if she isn't eating her wet food?
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Dear Audrey, I mix this very very well into Friskies Indoor Pate cat food and my cat chows it down. She wasn't eating either and now she can't wait till I feed her. Try it this way.
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you can add water to this product.....mix it up and add it to the dry food.
Start with a little bit at a time, and work your way up.
Does this cat even like tuna ?.....You can also try using a bit of tuna or the water from a can of
tuna to add to the powder before mixing with the hard food. Hope this helps.
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Most likely it is an allergy to the food you're feeding him. You must also feed & water from glass or stainless steel bowls ONLY- NO PLASTIC OR POTTERY. Use bottled or filtered water only. Use dry food that is grain free w/o corn, wheat or soy & one that contains no dyes for coloring. Minimally, use Friskies canned food. When changing out the food mix the new food into the old food for at least 10 days to allow his system to assimilate it & not cause stress. He's too young to have this problem. If it doesn't clear up in 4 weeks, see the vet. If there is a rash or other visible sores, see the vet now. Do not allow them to administer any steriods. Use antibiotics only & only if necessary.
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You will need to have a veterinarian examine the cat to determine the cause of the hair loss.
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Both of my furkids love the addition to their food. Both have rejuvenated themselves and almost stopped shedding completely. Is there some danger to give them more than indicated on the package? Thanks for your reply.
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I also have a tendency to over medicate. I'd go only with the recommendations on the pkg. It's working well - don't mess that up.
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Giving more than reccommended will not increase the result and it may actually upset their stomach.
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bald spots

my cat licks & licks , has bald spots & sores appear. there seems to be a scab under the fur & then hair comes off , then sores appear ????? puzzeled
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Take your cat to the vet!!!
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It could be due to some type of allergy. Either the Be well would be great for your cat, or you may want to go with the Super Pure Omega 3
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I adpoted a stray cat a week ago and took her to the vet. she was negative for feline AIDs and leukemia. We did all her vaccinations and go back in 4 weeks to get her final ones done. In the mean time she seems to have a really bad cold. Its seems sometimes she is can't breathe and has a lot of discharge out of her nose...should i be worried? the vet never seemed worried.
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If your cat's symptoms appear to have gotten worse, I would suggest you check with your veterinarian again.
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It may. My cat does not shed like she used to and her coat looks and feels wonderful. She doesn't have dandruff anymore either.
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Be Well for Cats is the optimum nutritional supplement for your cat. It targets the nutritional gap in your cat's commercial, cooked or raw food diet. Each 3/4 teaspoon serving provides 250mg of Omega 3 which promotes healthy heart, skin, coat, kidney, brain, joint and liver function. The Omega 3 will help keep the skin stay moisturized which will help with the shedding. You may also want to try shed terminator : http://www.1800petmeds.com/Shed+Terminator+For+Cats-prod328143.html. Keep in mind that we guarantee our products 100%, so if you find a product isn't working just let us know and we will refund you for it.
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Thank you for your question. This product is safe for cats.
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Cats need moisture for urinary tract health. Giving moist food is of major benefit. However, if you give dry food, sprinkle a little water on the dry food, add the Be Well and mix.
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Omega 3

If my cat has kidney problems, which supplement is best with Omega 3?

Could he also use a fiber and/or enzyme supp??

I will discuss your recommendations with my vet.

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Hi Jackie,
I am not a vet, but I know kidney problems are common with cats. I have Boston on a supplement called Denamarin, otherwise known as Sam-e. I started it a while ago and heard that it is a good support for liver and kidney functioning. There were quite a few positive posts/reviews on its use, and no side effects listed from what I remember. You will need some pill pockets treats to go with it, as it comes in tablet form. Best of luck!
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Hi Smoky,
Do you notice any habits that would contribute to a lack of weight gain? I am not a vet either, but maybe there is some behavior that is preventing it, or a thyroid problem which can be common. I would first suggest trying to find the reason for the lack of weight gain before spending money on different foods or supplements. Check for any vomiting or irregular bowel movements. If everything seems OK, and it appears that your cat eats enough to sustain their diet or more than enough, then I would check with your vet. Thyroid problems and renal failure are common. Feline leukemia is another possibility if your cat goes outdoors. Best of luck, I hope it is nothing serious.
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Hi Smoky, I'm not a vet, but have a 16 year old male in which I'm trying to find the same thing. His vet suggested purina pro kitten food, which he seems to be able to eat (has lost a lot of teeth) small bits makes it easy to swallow, but you might also try the soft food. My vet indicated that the kitten food has a higher fat content. For my 19 year old female cat, that passed away about 2 years now, from liver failure, I gave her gerbers beef baby food and vanilla ensure ( had to use a squirter like for medicines, time consuming but she was able to maintain more weight than what was expected. Good luck.
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my cat plays rough

too rough! she's not vicious, she's also not declawed. i tried a calming liquid to put in her water but doesnt work, help please
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I had a cat that was extremely rough and aggressive. There are different reasons for it. She might be getting too wound up and or anxious. I eventually had to talk with my vet. We put Elliot on a medication for anxiety. It was compounded into a derma cream we could rub in his ear. At first I thought it was going to be too harsh for him, but it really just mellowed him out. It has been about 7 years, and my ex-husband says he is doing really well. You may want to see what your options are with your vet. Best of luck! And don't let her play with your hands ;-) Otherwise she'll always go for them.
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Comfort Zone With Feliway For Cats & Kittens Plug In With 48ml Bottle #10775
Comfort Zone For Cats is a plug-in diffuser that releases a calming pheromone. Comfort Zone with Feliway is a behavior modification plug-in.
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He is about 2 and a half years of age. He has dirrereah and is loosing lots of fur on his behind he lays around and seems to be in pain I put antiboiotic on it once a day what do I do to help him
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I am so sorry. I can only imagine how frustrating it is to see your cat sick and not know the reason. I assume if you are using an antibiotic cream that you have seen a vet. My suggestion would be to surf the web with those symptoms and read as much information as you can. I know it can get expensive trying different things. I have Boston on a digestive enzyme for her vomiting, but I have no idea if it would aid your cat. It is fairly cheap. Its sold on this site, called Nature Vet digestive enzyme. Best of Luck! I hope one of the vets that also views this site can give you additional help.
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TAKE HIM TO THE VET. SUGGEST A LAB TEST FOR THYROI D FUNCTION. WHAT ARE YOU PUTTING ANTIBIOTIC OINTMENT ON? yOU MIGHT HAVE YOUR VET CHECK FOR DIABETES AS WELL AS HIS THYROID
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Or, is there anything else that my male cat can use to prevent another urinary blockage?
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We do not carry that at this time. Please check back with us in the near future.
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