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  1. Is Polyprenyl Immunostimulant safe?

    Polyprenyl Immunostimulant is a safe product. We a very proud of our safety record: no adverse events in any species, although some cats may dislike the taste. By now, over 600 cats have been treated with Polyprenyl Immunosimulant, and no adverse events were reported.


  2. Which animal species have you tried Polyprenyl Immunostimulant on?

    Of course cats, including researchers' own. We also did studies in dogs, ferrets, parrots, mice. Polyprenyl Immunostimulant was found safe for all animals.


  3. Have results of your studies been published?

    Dr. Legendre published results of his preliminary studies (Legendre & Bartges, 2009) and presented them at the ACVIM Meeting (2012) and AAHA Meeting (2013) . Currently, three manuscripts are in the process of preparation so that the results of research done over the past 10 years will become publicly available. As those papers are published, we will certainly notify everyone through our Facebook Polyprenyl Immunostimulant page.


  4. Where can I find more information about FIP?

    Your veterinarian is the best source of information on any disease. The Winn Feline Foundation has a very good brochure on FIP which you can download here. If you are looking to talk with other parents of FIP cats, I would suggest the Yahoo! Group FIPCatSupport and FaceBook group FIP Fighters. For information on FIP in ferrets, please download this paper by Dr. Jerry Murray.


  5. How do I find information about FIP research with Polyprenyl Immunostimulant?

    The University of Tennessee-Knoxville has a site dedicated to FIP research done by Dr. Legendre which you may visit for more information.


  6. How can I purchase Polyprenyl Immunostimulant?

    Polyprenyl Immunostimulant is available through VetImmune to and through veterinarians only. You will need to work with your veterinarian who will advise. If you are a veterinarian, please contact VetImmune.


If you have any other questions which we may be able to answer, please contact us.