October 2015 Issue

Low-Fat, Moderate-Protein Diets Work Best

Cats on the mend or ones prone to acid reflux fare better when they consume low-fat diets designed to strengthen their esophageal sphincters and moderate-level protein diets that seem to lessen the production of stomach acids. Meredith Miller, DVM, at Cornell also recommends:

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