Pala-Tech Cranberry Plus Granules (300 grams) is a natural dietary supplement for use in dogs and cats containing ingredients known to be beneficial for the animal's urinary tract and to help prevent infection of the urogenital system. Cranberry extract will support and maintain the healthy function of the urinary tract. It will help minimize bacterial colonization of the bladder mucosa. Echinacea helps to support the body's natural resistance and boost the activity of the animal's immune system. Oregon Grape Root and Sodium Ascorbate are proven beneficial anti-oxidants.
Industry-first formulation to effectively manage urinary tract health in cats and dogs.
Contains cranberry extract, which has been shown to enhance urinary tract health.
Contains essential fatty acids to improve the pet's skin and haircoat.
Granule dosage form is easily sprinkled on or mixed with food.
Convenient dosage form for pet owners to administer daily.
Improved client compliance for daily dosing.
Simpler to adjust dosage to ensure accuracy of the daily dose.
Recommended dosage schedule:
The following dosage is recommended for the daily administration of Pala-Tech Cranberry Plus Granules. Consult with your veterinarian to determine the proper dosage and schedule for each individual animal prescribed this product.
2 scoops (1.5 grams)/45 lbs. (20 kg) body weight
For best results during UTI occurrnce, use 2 scoops/45 lbs. (20 kg) every 12 hours.
100% Palatability Acceptance
Pala-Tech guarantees pets will readily consume this product.
If your client's cat or dog does not like the taste of this product, simply contact your authorized Pala-Tech Veterinary Distributor for replacement product.
Professionally packaged in an easy-to-open, user-friendly 300 gram container (includes 5-gram precision scoop for dosing).
Reduces Chance of Bladder Stones by JJay495 from Denver, CO04/24/2013
This was recommended by our vet to help reduce the chance of bladder stones (the one that was removed two years ago was painful for our schnauzer and expensive for us). Urine tests have been favorable since then and so far the granules seem to be helping.
Vet recommendation by JUD10/15/2011
I have a "rescued" 12 year old Llasa-poo that has been in the family 4 years. He came to me with a history of having bladder stones that needed to be surgically removed. My vet put him on this as a suppliment to his special food and he has had no issues with bladder stones.
by from 06/17/2013
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