Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Nutro Max Printable Is Nutro Max Cat Gourmet Classics Dry Food OK?

Is Nutro Max Cat Gourmet Classics Dry Food OK? - nutro max printable

I have recently bought Nutro Max Gourmet Classic sneezing fodder in 2 days and my cat, and a source. He is eating again while ok .. But it's almost as if there is something that you are allergic. He has 3 years and has had his shots! I find it hard to believe that, like leukemia or RESP higher. Has anyone else this problem?


Susan C said...

I agree with Samasthecool on the introduction of new foods to your cat cat. It must be made slowly and carefully. Your description is right on. And I have no problem with Nutro. In fact, eating, my cat Nutro Max Cat Gourmet Classics Lite is very dry and healthy.

Given their sneezing and watery eyes, but you may want to run this by your veterinarian. How were your last shots? The recordings can cause reactions. And this is the beginning of flea season, which also can trigger allergies. A short visit to the veterinarian can be useful, but I am not afraid felucca.

My best wishes for you and your child's chat!

mitch131... said...

No, I do not think anything other than human food!

samasthe... said...

What do you know them before feeding? Sometimes cats were the reactions when they changed the food. If you are eating the best thing is to change the mix of old and new. Start with 75% old stuff, 50% and so on, until all the new foods.

Nutro dry food is not part of the recall, go to ...

Or your cat may have a cold too:)

THE MIST said...

It is a classic fourmet cat Nutro cat food in the list, but I'm not sure if it's wet or dry. going to cry, to see, and there is a list of snacks, were removed.

DogDoc said...

I have not seen any food from Nutro dry food recalls. (Some products are also reminded wet) In addition, these symptoms are usually not visible in the current living bruhaha pet.

Allergic reactions to foods more frequently in the gastrointestinal tract, or (usually diarrhea, sometimes vomiting) or skin (itching, hair loss, small red spots or scabs)

The symptoms you describe, looks like an infection of the upper respiratory tract is typical. Although not escape a major virus in cats URI is inactive and can not pop back up at any time. You can even create your cat when she was infected because it often occurs when very young.

Although the symptoms are mild, keep an eye on him and let him (go) are often purely viral. If you feel sick, or when the eyes or runny nose will begin thick and yellow or green-ish (secondary bacterial infection), you should be taken to your veterinarian and should be of antibiotics.

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