Each syringe of Pet-Ema for Cats contains 6 mL of a solution of Dioctyl Sodium Sulfosuccinate 125 mg in Glycerin, with Sorbic Acid (as a preservative). Each syringe of Pet-Ema for Dogs contains 12 mL of a solution of Dioctyl Sodium Sulfosuccinate 250 mg in Glycerin, with Sorbic Acid (as a preservative).
Frequency of Use: Pet-Ema is for short-term relief of constipation. Chronic constipation may indicate an underlying problem that requires veterinary treatment.
Storage: Store Pet-Ema in a cool and dry location, away from children and pets.
100% Recommend this product (4 of 4 responses)
June 27, 2017
Easy to use and it works. Makes an unpleasant job a little easier.
February 26, 2017
I have a cat with constipation problems and the pet enemas have saved a few expensive trips to the vet. They are easy to use and work well.
Can't be without them
January 4, 2017
One of my cats has chronic constipation (& possibly megacolon). I was shocked when I saw what the problem was - she was so very 'full of it' on the X-ray, end to end. I now treat her every few days with Pet-Ema. It works very quickly, and enables the necessary evacuation - I can see her relief afterwards (although I admit that the process is certainly not pleasant for either of us).
September 7, 2015
My dog occasionally has issues with his bowel movements but the Pet-Ema gives him rapid relief. It's easy to administer but if you have questions, check with your vet before using. Sometimes there are serious issues that only a vet can diagnose. For occasional problems Pet-Ema is the perfect answer. It works within 30-45 minutes in my dog (German Shepherd) but I would suggest that immediately after use that you walk your dog to avoid any indoor 'accidents'.
Questions and Answers
1 Question & 1 Answer
from Punta Gorda, FL asked:
July 7, 2015
I have a 15 lb. cat. Which Pet-Ema would I use, 6ml or 12 ml?
All cats should use the 6mL syringe
Submitted by: Customer Service on July 7, 2015