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Various encouraging clinical trials have been carried out on the effectiveness of Cholodin for symptoms of old age:
Poor hearingListlessnessDaytime snoozingPeeing in the houseLack of recognitionNot responsive to stimulusTension caused by slower brain function
LazinessUncleanliness (cats urinating in the house)Reduced memoryIrritabilityFrequent and loud meowingStressLack of appetiteExcessive moulting
Cholodin may have a supportive effect in case of complaints caused by the ageing of the brain. It is important to let your veterinarian rule out other medical causes. Veterinarians in the U.S. have reported good results with primary epilepsy.
Difference between Cholodin for cats and dogs
Cholodin for cats contains taurine, an essential amino acid for cats that acts as a neurotransmitter between nerve cells. Unlike dogs, cats cannot produce their own taurine.
Dosage and application
Dog up to 11kg
Dog 23kg and over
The tablets are easily tolerated and absorbed. Dogs will eat them as a treat and many cats will too. If this is not the case, the tablet can be broken up and mixed into food. It is important to adhere to the effective dosage.
Possible side effects
Hyperactivity and muscle tremors have been observed in some very active pets.