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Lax'aire is an emollient laxative and intestinal lubricant for cats or dogs. This specialized product not old aids in digestive support but delivers essential vitamins, fatty acids, and iron for your pet's health.
WHAT THIS PRODUCT CURES
Lax'aire aids digestive conditions such as constipation and conditions caused by hairballs.
Constipation is defined as the absence or inability to pass a stool. Constipation commonly causes symptoms of discomfort such as bloat, indigestion, gas, and abdominal pain. Painful defecation is the leading health problems in the veterinary field. Most commonly seen in feline patients, painful defecation is due to a condition known as constipation. Constipation refers to irregular bowel movements, hard or dry bowels, combined with pet straining. Constipation is always a medical concern as in healthy pets a bowel should be present daily. Consult the veterinarian when constipation is noted as serious underlying health problems could be the cause.
Constipation should be identified quickly to seek medical attention; therefore pet handlers should be knowledgeable on the signs and symptoms to look for in their pets. Signs and symptoms which are present in a constipated pet includes; a noticeable lack in self grooming, abdominal discomfort (noted by a hunched over state), vomiting, lethargy, decrease in body weight, decreased appetite, frequent use of litter box or trips outside, pain, straining and crying while defecating. The stools which are passed by a constipated pet may appear hard or dry, mucus or blood covered.
Constipation commonly causes symptoms of discomfort such as bloat, indigestion, gas, and abdominal pain. Although constipation is not viewed as a medical condition, a prolonged condition can cause damage to the internal portions of the intestine. Prolapse of the rectal organ, fissures, and hemorrhoids, can all occur due to the impactation of fecal matter.
PETS WITH ALIMENTS
RELATIVE INFO ON BREED MOST ASSOCIATED WITH THIS AILMENT
Constipation is not a breed condition and can occur in all pets. Digestive problems due to hairballs care common in long haired cat breeds such as the; Turkish Van, Turkish Angora, Ragdoll, Persian, Norwegian Forest, Maine Coon Cat, Himmilayan, and the Birman.
QUESTIONS FOR MY VET
1.What steps should I take if my pet has adverse effects from product?
No adverse side effects have been reported.
2. How can I help my pet with his constipation?
Provide water for your pet for the full day. Water will help relive bowel discomfort.
3. Can I place this product with my pet’s food?
4. How can I prevent hairballs?
Brush your cat daily as hairballs occur during grooming.
Purchase hairball eliminating foods.
Product not FDA approved to cure any disease or parasite condition.
Not to be used on infants.
PET: Avoid eye contact. Avoid ingestion. Do not use in ears.
HUMANS: Avoid contact with eyes. Avoid ingestion of product.
If Swallowed: Immediately contact a poison control center to be instructed of the situation. Offer water to affected person if said person is in a state of consciousness. Do not encourage the individual to vomit unless instructed by a medical physician.
Storage and disposal
Storage: Store product at room temperature. Avoid freezing.
Disposal: Dispose un-used or empty containers as directed on the label. Never re-use containers and always recycle or dispose. If you have any questions, contact your local medical waste agency for directions or contact 1-800-CLEANUP for additional information.
BRAND VS GENERIC COMPARISON
No generic version available.