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Vetisse Metatrig for Diabetes in Cats

This all-natural supplement helps to support glucose tolerance in your cat.
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  • Better glucose tolerance
  • Better pancreas health
  • Protect the liver
  • Maintain healthy cholesterol levels
  • 3.38 oz/100 ml

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Vetisse Metatrig for Diabetes in Cats

Manage Cat Diabetes and Protect the Liver

  • Support glucose tolerance
  • Maintain insulin release
  • Maintain pancreas health
  • Support the liver
  • Maintain healthy cholesterol levels

Vetisse Metatrig is a naturally supplement composed of a variety of herbs designed to target liver and pancreatic health. It offers liver protection properites while also helping to maintain metabolic control. For cats suffering from diabetes, Vetisse Metatrig is a useful supplement as it maintains glucose tolerance, normalizing the release of insulin, and supporting the pancreas for insulin distribution in the blood. Moreover, the benefits of the herbs in Vetisse Metatrig are also seen in your cat’s liver health and functioning.

Vetisse Metatrig helps to manage diabetic symptoms in cats mostly because it helps with blood sugar levels, or at least to maintain tolerance to blood sugar. In addition, the extra release of insulin helps cats to manage blood sugar levels safely and effectively. As a side benefit, the herbs in Vetisse Metatrig also help your cat to maintain a healthy cholesterol level.

Dr. Gordon's Advice

Composed of all-natural ingredients and herbal extracts, Vetisse Metatrig is a safe remedy for daily use in your cats. It is gentle and effective, but cat owners should take caution.  Vetisse Metatrig is not recommended for nursing or pregnant cats.  It is also not suitable for cats under 2kg.  If your cat is on prescribed drugs or supplements for other health conditions, including diabetes, always consult with a veterinarian before starting this supplement.  In addition, Vetisse Metatrig helps maintain blood sugar levels, so it may interfere in labs or tests designed to check blood sugar levels. You should always inform your veterinarian of any drugs or supplements your cat is taking before having labs.

Vetisse Metatrig is generally safe but is also not recommended for cats undergoing hypoglycemic, hormonal, or anticoagulant treatments.  Furthermore, this supplement is not suitable for cats taking warfarin or monoamine oxidase inhibitors. If your cat suffers from bleeding disorders or kidney stones, your cat should not be given Vetisse Metatrig. 

Finally, while rare, some cats experience allergic reactions to Vetisse Metatrig. As it contains fenugreek, many cats with allergies to other Fabaceae plants such as soybeans, peanuts, or green peas may also have an allergy to fenugreek. You should discontinue use of Vetisse Metatrig if your cat begins suffering from diarrhea, dyspepsia, flatulence, or other signs of allergic reaction including nasal congestion, coughing, wheezing, hoarseness, or facial angiodema.

The dosing for Vetisse Metatrig will vary depending on the size of your cat so be sure to follow dosing instructions closely. You can add this supplement to your cat’s food or you can squirt it directly into your cat’s mouth.


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