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Scruffy Paws Daily Multi Health Bites (30 Chews)

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Regular price $21.97 IN STOCK

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  • SCIENTIFICALLY BACKED INGREDIENTS: We Don't Just Tell You WHAT We Put In, But WHY! And We Back It With Science.
The Daily Multi Health Bites are the first in class Health Bite chews that are designed to fill the 'Nutritional Gap' found in the modern, overly-processed feline diet. Whether your cat eats wet or dry, the Scruffy Paws Daily Multi Health Bites will support your kittys health and vitalize her body!
SCIENTIFICALLY BACKED INGREDIENTS - Each chew is jam packed with the vitamins, minerals and nutrients that will help your cat live their best life! Not only that, we only include vitamins, minerals and nutrients that have been scientifically backed to support your cats health! (See scientific backing section below)
VETERINARIAN FORMULATED - Each chew has been formulation by leading veterinarians. So you know your kitty is in safe hands! Not only that, we use only naturally sourced ingredients, with no wheat, corn or artificial ingredients. 
PACKED WITH VITALIZING VITAMINS - Each chew is loaded with nutrients that will support your kittys immune system (Vitamin A, C and E). And, packed with essential B vitamins that will support your cats mood, momery and metabolism
LOADED WITH ESSENTIAL FATTY & AMINO ACIDS - Each wellness bite contains EPA and DHA to help provide healthier skin and coats, plus support normal brain function. Not only that, we've added in the essential amino acid Taurine to each chew, to maintain healthy eye, heart and brain function.
INCLUDES VITAL MINERALS - We haven't forgotten the vital minerals that make your kitties body tick!  Such as: calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, magnesium, iron, copper, manganese, and zinc. All which support your kitties body health!
TOTAL HEALTH FOR CATS OF ALL AGES - Perfect for cats of all ages. Especially elderly cats, cats with chronic health issues, or cats on raw or restricted diets. 
FILLS THE NUTRITIONAL GAP IN MODERN FELINE DIET- Ideal if your cat eats dry kibble.  The processing in dry kibble can severely degrade the nutrients in the food, while our process uses cold extrusion to protect nutrients.
USA MANUFACTURED - Manufactured in the USA and NASC compliant


Ingredients

Feeding Directions: Give 1 chew daily.

Guaranteed Analysis Per Chew (1.25 g):
Levels represent minimums unless otherwise stated:
Moisture (max) .................................................8%
Methionine .......................................................5 mg
Calcium (2.0%) (max 3.1%) .............................35 mg
Phosphorus (1.0%) (max 1.5%) .......................17.5 mg
Potassium (0.8%) ............................................10 mg
Magnesium (0.2%) ...........................................2.5 mg
Iron (1,600 ppm)................................................2 mg
Copper (152 ppm).............................................0.19 mg
Manganese (160 ppm)......................................0.2 mg
Zinc (1,600 ppm)...............................................2 mg
Iodine (32 ppm).................................................0.04 mg
Vitamin A ..........................................................500 IU
Vitamin D3 ........................................................50 IU
Vitamin E ..........................................................5 IU
Thiamine (Vitamin B1).......................................0.67 mg
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)..................................... 0.5 mg
Pantothenic Acid................................................0.67 mg
Niacin................................................................ 4.5 mg
Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6)..................................... 0.25 mg
Folic Acid........................................................... 0.1 mg
Vitamin B12 .......................................................0.002 mg
Taurine (1.6%)................................................... 20 mg
*Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)..................................5 mg

*Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles.

Calorie Content (calculated): 3600 kcal ME/kg; 5 kcal ME/chew

Ingredients: brewers dried yeast, oat flour, rye flour, fish meal, glycerin, arabic gum, calcium phosphate, canola oil, soy lecithin, fish oil concentrate, maltodextrin, sodium alginate, calcium sulfate, calcium carbonate, water, safflower oil, taurine, l-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate, dried citrus pulp, l-arginine, vitamin E supplement, potassium chloride, ferrous sulfate, zinc sulfate, dl-methionine, niacinamide, sorbic acid (a preservative), magnesium oxide, vitamin B12 supplement, inositol, thiamine mononitrate, sodium selenite, d-calcium pantothenate, riboflavin, mixed tocopherols (a preservative), propionic acid (a preservative), vitamin A supplement,copper sulfate, manganese sulfate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin D3 supplement, biotin, folic acid, calcium iodate.

For animal use only.

Keep out of reach of children and animals. Your pet may consider this a treat. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately.

Store in a cool, dry place.

Scientific Backing

 

Methionine 

 A vital amino acid that cats bodies cannot make themselves, methionine acts as a subtle urinary acidifier, which helps in the prevention of struvite bladder stones. Not only that, regular methionine helps control ammonia content in urine - thus controlling the odor.

Methionine Study

Shows supplementing methionine into diet helps achieve a urinary pH that inhibits bladder stone formation

Stones in cats and dogs: What can be learnt from them? Harriet M. Syme https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4442921/

Study showing how a diet lacking in methionine can lead to weight loss in cats

 Journal of Animal Science, Volume 46, Issue 5, May 1978, Pages 1287–1292, https://doi.org/10.2527/jas1978.4651287x

 

Phosphorus

Good to maintain growth and structure of the skeletal system. It’s a mineral that is necessary in the regulation of many critical processes in the body. The majority of the phosphorus in a cat's body is bonded with calcium to form calcium phosphate, which is utilized in the creation and maintenance of healthy bones and teeth

Phosphorus study

Deficiency in phosphorus for a short period of time (2 weeks) can lead to issues such as hemolytic anemia, abnormal mobility of the tarsal joint, permanent flexion of the hind legs, apathy and metabolic acidosis

Investigations on Phosphorus Requirements of Adult Cats, Ellen Kienzle Claudia Thielen Claudia Pessinger, The Journal of Nutrition, Volume 128, Issue 12, December 1998, Pages 2598S–2600S, https://doi.org/10.1093/jn/128.12.2598S

 

Potassium 

Potassium is a necessary electrolyte found in the blood that is required for the normal function of enzymes, muscles and nerves. It is also necessary to maintain a proper fluid balance throughout the body

Potassium Study

Study shows a lack of potassium in cats body can lead to lethargy and muscle weakness

Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Disorders in Small Animal Practice (Fourth Edition) 2012, Pages 92-119, Stephen P.DiBartolaHelioAutran De Morais

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/B9781437706543000123 

 

Magnesium 

A vital nutrient  that is key for the absorption of such things as sodium, calcium, potassium and vitamins C and E in your kittys body. When magnesium is scarce in the body none of these other vitamins and minerals are absorbed properly 

Magnesium Study

Study showing magnesium deficiency can lead to muscular weakness, hyperirritability, convulsions and reduced feed intake in cats

Experimentally-induced magnesium deficiency in growing kittens M.S.Daniel G.ChausowPh.D.Richard M.ForbesPh.D.Gail L.CzarneckiPh.D.James E.Corbin 

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0271531786801889 

 

Iron 

Cats need a constant supply of iron to help their body produce red blood cells and heamoglobin (the molecule in red blood cells that helps carry oxygen). Deficiency in iron leads to anaemia in cats.

Iron Study

Study shows that deficiency in iron leads to anaemia 

Iron homeostasis and disorders in dogs and cats: a review. Jennifer L McCown, Andrew SpechtPublished in Journal of the American Animal Hospital… 2011

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21498596

 

Copper 

This dietary metal is vital for a host of processes in your kitties body. Such as the formation of collage, bone and connective tissue, iron absorption and the development of red blood cells. Not only that, copper functions as an antioxidant and helps develop the pigment in your kitties hair.

Copper study

A diet lacking in copper can potentially lead to issues with connective tissues in cats

J Nutr. 1983 Oct;113(10):1963-71. Selected features of copper metabolism in the cat. Doong G, Keen CL, Rogers Q, Morris J, Rucker RB.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6619976

 

Manganese 

This joint supporting mineral is vital in the formation of healthy bone and cartilage (perfect for all kitties, as joint problems strike at any age!) Also, it is super important for the actions of the enzymes in your kitties body, particularly those that help with energy & fatty acid production

Manganese Study

Study showing that manganese deficiency can lead to issues such as lameness and enlarged joints 

 Hurley, L, Keen, C (1987). “Manganese” in Trace Elements in Human and Animal Nutrition, 5th edn., Vol. 1. ed. by W. Mertz, Academic Press, San Diego, California, USA: p 185-223.

 

Zinc 

Many cats are deficient in zinc! And aside from  bolstering your kitties immune health. Zinc also benefits your kitties skin and coat. Help her fur stay silky smooth and ever so soft

Zinc study 

Study shows deficiency in zinc can lead to skin lesions, poor growth rates and live problems 

Kane, E, Morris, J, Rogers, Q, Ihrke, P Cupps, P (1981). “Zinc deficiency in the cat”. J. Nutr. 111:488-495.

 

Iodine 

We've added this into our daily multi health bites because Iodine is super important for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland. With decificienyleading to hyperthyroidism (poor growth, hair loss, weight gain and weakness)

Iodine Study

Studies show that iodine deficiency can lead to swelling of feline thyroid gland

Scott, P, Greaves, J, Scott, M (1961). “Nutrition of the cat. 4. Calcium and iodine deficiency on a meat diet”. Br. J. Nutr. 15:35-51.

 

Vitamin A 

Vitamin A is essential for a cat's night vision as well as for a healthy skin. It also supports your cat's immune system and contains important antioxidant properties, which help to protect the body against pollution, cancer formation, and other diseases. 

Vitamin A Study

Study shows that deficiency in Vitamin A can lead to blindness and weight loss in cats

National Research Council (NRC). Vitamins. In Nutrient Requirements for Dogs and Cats. 2006 Washington, DC: National Academies Press p.194-200.

 

Vitamin D3

Vitamin D is vital in regulating the calcium and phosphorous balance in your cat's body. It also promotes the retention of calcium, thus aiding bone formation and nerve and muscle control

Vitamin D3 Study

A lack of vitamin D3 in a cats diet can lead to issues such as weight loss, reduced food intake and potentially paralysis

Gershoff SN, et al. The effect of vitamin D-deficient diets containing various Ca:P ratios on cats. J Nutr 1957;63:79-93

 

Vitamin E

Vitamin E plays an essential role in  protecting your kitties cells from oxidative stress. It is an essential vitamin, meaning your kitty must have it in her diet - as it promotes optimal health! 

Vitamin E study

Vitamin E deficiency in cats and kittens can lead to anorexia, depression, myopathy, and pansteatitis (i.e. painful nodular inflammation of adipose tissue)

Gershoff SN and Norkin SA. Vitamin E deficiency in cats. J Nutr 1962;77:303-308.

 

Thiamine (Vitamin B1) 

An essential nutrient in the liver, heart and kidneys, vitamin B1 or thiamine, assists in the process of metabolizing energy, throughout your cat’s body. Vitamin B1 does this by interacting with other B vitamins to help break down and convert the food your cat eats into usable energy. Without proper levels of vitamin B1, your cat can quickly become lethargic and develop a range of alarming and dangerous symptoms.  Inadequate vitamin B1, or thiamine deficiency, in cats is associated with vascular and neurological damage and can be a potentially life-threatening condition.   

Thiamine Study

Lack of thiamine over a period of time can lead to vomiting & lethargy, leading to organ damage if not attended to

The Role of Thiamine and Effects of Deficiency in Dogs and Cats, Georgia Kritikos, Jacqueline M. Parr, and Adronie Verbrugghe* Wendy Y. Brown, Academic Editor

 

Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 

Riboflavin is a coenzyme, and has a role in many biochemical reactions, including the production of energy from fat, the catabolism of amino acids and the functioning of the cell’s energy plants.

Riboflavin Study

Lack of riboflavin in carts diet can be fatal. Not only that, it can lead to weight loss, anorexia, hair loss and blindness.

Gershoff SN, et al. The effect of the carbohydrate and fat content of the diet upon the riboflavin requirement of the cat. J Nutr 1959;68:75-88.Gershoff SN, et al. The effect of the carbohydrate and fat content of the diet upon the riboflavin requirement of the cat. J Nutr 1959;68:75-88.

 

Niacin

Our kitties bodies cannot product enough niacin themselves, so its important they get this supplemented in their diet.  Niacin is essential for a healthy nervous system and skin.  It helps with the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Niacin also supports a healthy gastrointestinal system.

Niacin Study

Niacin deficiency can cause cats to experience weight loss, anorexia and in some cases can be fatal

 Da Silva AC, et al. (1952) The domestic cat as laboratory animal for experimental nutrition studies. II Niacin requirement and tryptophan metabolism. J Nutr 1952;1:26-32.

 

Folic Acid

Folic acid provides a variety of benefits to cats, including elevation of blood oxygen levels, production of oxygen, synthesis of DNA, assistance in the metabolism of fat, and promotion of proper growth and development. When a cat doesn't consume enough folic acid in her diet, nutritional deficiency will be unavoidable, and ultimately a breakdown will begin. The body processes will begin to run less smoothly, in no specific pattern. Signs may or may not take a long time to appear.

 Folic Acid study

Kittens fed folic acid deficient diets experience decreased growth rate and megablastic anaemia

 National Research Council (NRC) (2006) Vitamins. In Nutrient Requirements for Dogs and Cats. 2006 Washington, DC: National Academies Press p.227-230.

 

Vitamin B12

B12 plays an important role in intestinal health, as well as brain function.

Vitamin B12 Study

Studies show Kittens weaned onto a b12 deficient diet will initially grow normally, then will cease growing and begin lose weight after 3-4 weeks. Adult cats with chronic intestinal disease can develop B12 deficiency resulting in worsening vomiting, diarrhoea, and weight loss

Vaden SL, et al. Cobalamin deficiency associated with methymalonic aciduria in a cat. JAVMA 1992;200:1101-1103.

Simpson KW, et al. Subnormal concentrations of serum cobalamin (vitamin B12) in cats with gastrointestinal disease. JVIM 2001;15:26-32.

 

Taurine 

This vital amino acid is critical for normal vision, normal digestion, normal heart muscle function, to maintain normal pregnancy and fetal development, and to maintain a healthy immune system. Taurine is an essential amino acid for cats.

Taurine Study

Taurine plays a vital role in cats eyesight, heart function and immune system response. Deficiency in this vital amino acid can lead to issues such as poor immune function, heart problems and vision problems

 Anderson PA, et al. Biochemical lesions associated with taurine deficiency in the cat. J Anim Sci 1979;49:1227-1234.

Schuller-Levis G, et al. Immunologic consequences of taurine deficiency in cats. J Leukoc Biol 1990;47:321-331.

 

Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)

Encourages the production and maintenance of collagen, the connective tissue that helps your pets make up cartilage which is so important to joint health . Vitamin C also plays a pivotal role in maintaining youthful collagen

 

Pantothenic acid (B5) & Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6)

Plays an important part in your kitties body. It plays an important role in the synthesis of haemoglobin, ketone bodies, fatty acids, cholesterol, acetylcholine, and vitamin D. Not only that, it plays an important part inmost of the metabolic reactions in your pets body

 

How to give to your kitty

We've formulated the Daily Multi Health Bites to be as palatable as possible.

However, cats being, well... cats, means they can be pretty finicky about what they eat. So if your fur monster doesn't accept the supplement as a chew, there are several other ways to administer it:


• Present the chew in a pill pocket or a gel cap, then administer to your cat
• Cut up/Crumble the chew, and mix into your cats wet/dry food
• Put the chew into any kind of soft treat, or inside a piece of tuna or chicken
• Mix and dilute the chew in water, then mix the water into your cats wet or dry food


Our goal is the same as yours... to support your cats body during the tough times. Because of this, if you are having troubles administering these to your kitty.. don't give up! Try the suggestions above, and if you come up with a better way... drop us an email at support@scruffypawsnutrition.com and let us know!

Frequently Asked Questions

The Daily Multi Health Bites are perfect for cats of ALL ages! So whether you have a young, zippy kitty or a senior prowler, each bite will give them the support they need.

Can Every Cat Have Them?
Pretty much yes! 

I Have A Kitten, Can She Eat A Chew?
Yes, the chews are for cats of all ages!

How Long Does Each Jar Last?
There are 30 chews per pack. Depending on how many chews you give your cat per day (we say 1 chew a day), each pack will last 1 month

What Flavor Are The Chews?
The chews currently come in a delicious Chicken flavor that's been kitty taste tested!

What If My Kitty Isn't a Fan?
Cats can be finicky at the best of times. That's probably why we love them so much! However if you kitty turns her nose up at the chews don't worry... we have a TON of feline tips, tricks and hacks to get your kitty chowing down on the kidney supporting goodness - just drop us a message via facebook, or email us and we'll tell you what to do!

However, if that still isn't enough, don't worry. We offer a 30 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE - no questions asked! We really do try and cover all the bases and make this risk free for you

Delivery Information

All our goodies are shipped from our warehouses in Bethlehem PA, please allow 7-10 working days for shipping and handling!

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