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Before starting AminAvast® or making any other change to your pet’s diet, be sure to speak with your veterinarian.

1. How long should my cat or dog be on AminAvast®?

We suggest you keep your cat or dog on AminAvast® for their entire life.

2. Is AminAvast® Safe?

Over 30,000,000 doses of AB070597, the active ingredient in AminAvast®, were given to animals in the field and over a two year clinical study. There were no adverse effects during the study, either symptomatic or hematological.

3. My pet is on veterinarian-prescribed medications. Can I still give my companion AminAvast®?

There are no known drug interactions or concerns about the oral administration of AminAvast® while your pet is taking medications, but be sure to discuss your plans with your veterinarian.

4. How do I administer AminAvast®?

AminAvast® is easy to use. The capsule can simply be broken open and used as a powder. For finicky cats, or those whose appetite is diminished, take a small syringe (about 3ml) and fill it with 1.5 ml of water. Dispense the water into a small cup, mix with the contents of the AminAvast® capsule, then draw the solution back into the syringe, and then squirt the contents of the syringe into the cat’s mouth. Be sure to slowly squirt into the side of the mouth and never at the back of the throat. Always syringe slowly to avoid spilling or choking. Talk with your veterinarian for the safest options for your pet.

5. How long will it take for AminAvast® to start working?

While every pet is unique, study results have shown that most cats and dogs benefit from AminAvast® within a few weeks.

6. How will I know AminAvast® is working?

Some cats and dogs will start experiencing health benefits soon after starting AminAvast®, but the best way to know is to talk to your veterinarian about ways to measure improvements in your cat’s or dog’s health.

7. Have there been any clinical studies?

There was a comprehensive two-year clinical study involving a large number of cats and a smaller study which included dogs. All individuals in the studies benefited from taking AB070597. Talk to your veterinarian about whether AminAvast® might be right for your cat or dog.

8. My cat also has hyperthyroidism. Should he or she be on AminAvast®?

You should speak to your veterinarian, but there have been no reported problems for cats with a history of hyperthyroidism while taking AB070597.

9. My cat or dog is on a potassium supplement; will this conflict with AminAvast®?

No, there’s no conflict (contraindication) in administering AminAvast® along with a potassium supplement to cats or dogs, but be sure to consult with your veterinarian.

10. My cat is super finicky. What can I do?

Take a small syringe (about 3ml) and fill it with 1.5 ml of water. Dispense the water into a small cup, mix with the contents of the AminAvast® capsule and draw the solution back into the syringe, and then squirt the contents of the syringe into the cat’s mouth. Be sure to slowly squirt into the side of the mouth and never at the back of the throat. Always syringe slowly to avoid spilling or choking. Make sure to discuss the safest way to administer AminAvast™ to your pet with your veterinarian.

11. Is AminAvast® safe for diabetic cats or dogs?

Consult with your veterinarian first; however, there have been no adverse drug interactions reported with AB070597. Many diabetic cats and dogs have taken AB070597 for extended periods of time and have done very well.

12. Do you have a privacy policy?

Yes. Bio Health Solutions, the manufacturer of AminAvast®, will not sell, trade or lend our mailing list for any purpose.

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