Supplements for cats

The intention of a supplement is to complement a diet. TROVET has two supplements: Balance and Mobility.

Balance is a supplementary hypoallergenic vitamin and mineral mix for dogs. Mobilty is a natural food supplement to support the joints in cats.

TROVET supplementen voor katten

A self-prepared elimination diet is not balanced and can lead to nutritional deficiencies when given for a longer time. These deficiencies can sometimes already be seen after three weeks. For critically ill animals, growing animals, animals in the final stage of pregnancy and lactating animals, a vitamin and mineral mix should be added immediately from the start of the elimination phase.

Balance is the ideal complement for self-prepared and non-adequate nutrition and can be given temporarily (during the elimination phase), but also for life (as an addition to a self-prepared diet). Balance is formulated to be hypoallergenic, has a neutral flavour and is easy to dose.

For a healthy joint a balance between glycosaminoglycan (GAGs) breakdown and formation is needed. A disruption of this balance increases the risk of joint diseases. For optimal joint health, the availability of appropriate quantities of the entire range of GAGs is required. Mobility is a natural dietary supplement, without any added conservatives, to support the joints of cats. This supplement contains the GAGs glucosamine and chondroitin sulphate and the precursors heparin, keratin sulphate and dermatan sulphate from green-lipped mussel, abalone and cartilage from fish.

Mobility can be used preventively in animals that have an above average load on their joints and have an increased risk of joint problems. This supplement can pre-eminently be used when the patient already receives dietary food and requires joint support. Mobility can be safely combined with medication for pain relief (NSAIDs).

Food supplements:

Vitamine and mineral mix:


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