K-Plus Potassium Citrate Plus Cranberry (100 Tabs) are a dietary supplement for use in dogs that contain ingredients known to aid in the prevention of urinary stone formation. Potassium citrate helps decrease the possibility of calcium oxalate stone formation and cranberry extract has been shown to enhance urinary tract health.
Dosage: Give one tablet per 20 pounds (9 kg) of body weight every 12 hours. Dosage may be adjusted to maintain a urine pH between 7.0 and 7.5.
Administration: Formulated with a proprietary highly palatable roast beef and liver flavor base to ensure dogs readily consume the tablet. Administer free choice orally to the dog as a treat, or crumble over dog's food at mealtime with veterinarian-prescribed dose. If crumbled over food, consumption should be monitored.
Great alternative by Max's mommy from Indiana05/11/2011
This product was used as an alternative to urocit k. the rx costs 1.50 per pill and my max was on 2 per day to prevent bladder stones. I now have him on K-plus potassium citrate and the results are wonderful. and at only 17.99 for 100 chewable pills it is a great value. Thank you so much if not for this medication I may not have been able to afford his life long treatment.
Great value by Nanc04/23/2012
I had purchased K-Cit-V from my vet for almost double the price of this product. Ingredients are almost identical & my dog loves this as much as she loved the other. I will definitely continue to purchase this product.
Waste of Money by Two Hounds from Oregon07/01/2014
I purchased these "chewables" for my 2 dogs (schnauzer and shih tzu). Neither will take the
"chewables" and when I crumble it onto their food they eat around it. What a waste.
Prevention is better than Cure by Clive from New Zealand10/26/2012
Great Product for assisting in preventing urinary stones in dogs. Our dog developed urinary stones and they were removed by surgery. This product helps prevent stones forming again and our dogs chew them like treats.
K-Plus Works Great by Rsqwyr from Austin, TX10/24/2012
K-Plus does what it is supposed to for my dog (increase his pH). He thinks they are treats so no problem getting him to eat them. He used to be on prescription Potassium Citrate tablets, and when the price of them more than doubled, I switched. I have seen no difference in effectiveness so I would consider trying them and saving yourself $$$$.
Zoe doesn't like anymore by Zoe's Papa from West Hollywood, CA09/21/2013
I want to give a 5 star rating but my miniature schnauzer doesn't like these tablets anymore. At first I bought the granules and she wouldn't eat her food. Then she ate the tablets for a month and now spits them out. My other dog loves the supplement but it doesn't have urinary tract problems.