Murfins wrote:We have been using Dr. Jones' supplements http://www.thedogsupplement.com/index.php for our foster cats that have feline herpes - we tried multiple medications and a couple other supplements before this was suggested to us and these cats had been quite ill with symptoms for 6 months in my rescue's 1st foster home and then continued when I moved them to my home, so after a couple months of trying to fight it in my own home (knowing for certain that they were given all their medications as directed and continual vet follow ups) we bought them this Dr. Jones supplements and within about 6 weeks symptoms were 90-99% gone (between the 3 cats). A couple months more and they were all at about 99% symptom free and that has maintained for the last 5 months. It's expensive but I would HIGHLY recommend it.
You're giving them a canine supplement? Just confirming that, because I looked all over that site for a feline version and didn't find it. I have a kitten who will NOT get rid of her herpes symptoms. I have been giving her l-lysine supplements for months and just started a multi-vitamin a week or two ago, and she's a giant, snotty mess. Not a URI, although that's how it started, and it did revert back to one once. If that stuff is working for you, I might try it out if I don't see an improvement from the addition of the multi-vitamin in the next couple weeks. So I just wanted to confirm it is the canine supplement you're giving