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Oralade Isotonic Rehydration Fluid for Dogs & Cats

  • 500ml Bottle £5.77


Oralade: Microenteral nutrition and rehydration

Oralade is a palatable, ready-to-use isotonic drink for cats and dogs to aid recovery from tummy upsets and other conditions where the gut is under stress. It contains a unique blend of amino-acids, glucose and electrolytes in a natural chicken-flavoured formula. The simple nutrients help to maintain the health of the cells lining the gut whilst the tummy is recovering, together with providing rapid rehydration. Oralade is low in fat and highly-digestible and can be used alongside home-cooked food or recovery-type diets. The hydrolysed formula is suitable for pets with food allergies.

Oralade is also helpful for pets suffering from kidney problems or diabetes. It is particularly useful during hot weather, whelping and lactation, travelling or any stressful situation.


Demineralised water, Dextrose Monohydrate, Sodium Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Glycine, Sodium Dihydrogen Phosphate, Xantham Gum, Chicken Liver Hydrolysate.

The recommended daily amount is 25mls per kg bodyweight.

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Is this suitable for a cat with IBD?

19th Jul 2015

My cat has IBD and is basically allergic to anything with intact protein. He's on a hydrolysed diet, but can only have dry food. He's refuses to drink water unless he's very dehydrated. Would this product be suitable to help keep him hydrated without triggering his IBD?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This product might be OK for your dog, but the chicken liver flavouring might possibly trigger the IBD. The flavouring has been partly broken down just as in the hydrolysed veterinary diets and so this might make it acceptable, but this might not be adequate and you would only know by trying it. You can also offer water in glass or ceramic bowls on window sills and similar places around the house as this encourages cats to drink a bit more. You can even buy a water fountain and some cats drink well from these.