Easy-Go Original (Cats)

"E-Z-Go saved her life, literally. She now has normal stools" - Allen


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Cats with firm stools

Easy Go Original, for cats with firm stools, combines effective time tested ingredients to gently normalize and maintain normal bowel function.

What is the difference between Easy Go New and Easy Go Original? If your animal does not drink enough water then you may want  Easy Go New. It replaces the ingredient Slippery Elm with Aloe Vera, a more hydrating ingredient.

We, at Vitality Science, make sure our products are in their purest form. We do not add any fillers, flowing agents or anything other than what is on the label. The natural products in our most time-tested ingredients are extremely safe and are a helpful addition to your cat’s or dog’s health plan. Hence our products are 100% safe, gentle and natural.

The best deal about Vitality Science is that we have excellent customer support. We work with you to choose the right food, identify potential toxins in your home, and guide your supplementation. Our goal is results and if you do not get them, then we will refund your money. Please contact our pet health experts for any questions about our products (how to use, dosages, updates). We would love to hear from you!

Cats with firm stools Many dog owners have been switching their pets to a grain-free diet for the numerous health benefits this brings. The lack of grains promotes a healthy gut and prevents leaky gut syndrome, reduces the risk of allergies and food sensitivities, and even improves skin and coat. Nonetheless, there has been a backlash against the grain-free health trend from the start, particularly from conventional dog food companies, who are concerned they will see a drop in sales and lower profits. The latest criticism, spurred by a grain-free heart disease study, is that a lack of grains in dog food increases dogs’ risk of dilated cardiomyopathy.

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