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Is there an alternative to Pet Tinic that doesn't have corn ingredients?

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One of my cats is on Pet Tinic to supplement iron & B vitamins. The first ingredient in it is corn syrup, though, so I'd like to find an alternative without corn ingredients, if possible. Has anyone here heard of an alternative?
post #2 of 9
You can consider Twinlabs Super B Complex (regular version, NOT the herbal):
http://www.vitacost.com/Twinlab-Liquid-Super-B-Complex this page has the full ingredients and other info.

It does have some other stuff in it, but no sugar, no corn.
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Originally Posted by Pat & Alix View Post
You can consider Twinlabs Super B Complex (regular version, NOT the herbal):
http://www.vitacost.com/Twinlab-Liquid-Super-B-Complex this page has the full ingredients and other info.

It does have some other stuff in it, but no sugar, no corn.
Thank you! That may be a lot better. Do you have any suggestions for an iron supplement?
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Thank you! That may be a lot better. Do you have any suggestions for an iron supplement?
Nope...but if you go to the crf thread, in one of the top sticky messages, is a link to a supplies page and I think it will list b complex w/ and w/out iron...problem is it doesn't list all the ingredients, so you have to go check each via google

I used the twinlabs with Patrick and liked the product.
post #5 of 9
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Thank you! I'll go look at the crf thread.
post #6 of 9
Here's one with both. More iron, but less B vitamins than the Pet Tinic: http://www.herbalremedies.com/cat-vitamin.html
post #7 of 9
Cleo has CRF and borderline anemia. She gets 1/8 of a Jarrow B-Right capsule daily. She also gets 1/10 cc of Fer-in-sol, a pediatric iron supplement, every other day.

I bought the Fer-in-sol online from WALGREENS The ingredients include sugar and sorbitol, but it certainly isn't much in 1/10 cc.

I bought the Jarrow B-Right online from HERBSPRO This contains only B complex vitamins, and utilizes the more bioavailable form of B12, Methylcobalamin, rather than the more common Cyanocobalamin....no sugar or corn syrup at all.
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Cleo has CRF and borderline anemia. She gets 1/8 of a Jarrow B-Right capsule daily. She also gets 1/10 cc of Fer-in-sol, a pediatric iron supplement, every other day.

I bought the Jarrow B-Right online from HERBSPRO This contains only B complex vitamins, and utilizes the more bioavailable form of B12, Methylcobalamin, rather than the more common Cyanocobalamin....no sugar or corn syrup at all.
I love Jarrow formulas ... and many are sourced from US .... A human hurra .. I recently switched to methyl and the results are 1000% better
post #9 of 9
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Thank you for the suggestions! I'll check those out too.
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