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Vetoquinol Renal K+ (100 gm)

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Vetoquinol Renal K+ (100 gm) A Potassium Gluconate Supplement with B-Complex Vitamins.

For use as a supplement in potassium deficient states in cats and dogs. RENAL K+ is a highly palatable powder that may be sprinkled over dry food or mixed with a small amount of canned food.

Dosage: Each 530mg (1 level scoop) contains 2.2mEq of potassium (as potassium gluconate) in a palatable base. The suggested dose for adult cats and dogs is 1 level scoop per 10 lbs (4.5kg) body weight given orally twice daily. Adjust dosage as needed.

Ingredients:
Potassium Gluconate in a palatable flavor base.
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4.63 rating based on 19 reviews
by vjs03/09/2013

My old cat has kidney disease and the Renal K+ was recommended by my vet to normalize her potassium levels. I sprinkle a tiny scoop on her food with each meal. She doesn't even know it is there, and her potassium levels continue to improve.

Finger Lickin' Good by Joe from Newport News VA10/11/2013

Chemny has perked up immensely since he started to use Vetoquinol. The product mixes well with his soft food and he seems to enjoy the flavor (he's not a fan of soft food). Plus, his checkups show the product is helping his blood chemistry.

Tastes Good and Works Well by Tadpole from Texas11/06/2012

I waited until after my cat's latest blood test to leave a review. The vet said 'whatever you are doing, keep doing it". Her potassium had been low, and the vet had given me huge tablets that freaked her out and a gel that wasn't much better. In desperation I found these sprinkles on line and tried them out. She eats them without complaint and evidently they work just as well as the vet supplied meds. Will be buying more.

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Good Price & Lasts A Long Time by Rain from Seattle,WA07/05/2013

I've been buying the Renal K for awhile now from Entirely Pets. My Vet offered me the gel which costs alot more and I go through it in a couple of weeks. So, the powdered Renal K is less expensive and it lasts for a month or so.

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smells bad by mew from nevada08/06/2014

she eats it only because she has to, but it's the same way with the gel which is maple.i can't hold her down to give her the gel. lol

Excellent product by Alex from Texas06/26/2012

This has kept my 14-year-old cat's renal function stable for 2 years. Her labs have not changed and the progression of her kidney disease has stopped.

Renal K by Don from Columbus Ohio05/30/2012

Keeps my 15yr old Manx Kitty eating and enjoying his Eukanaba...been using for about 5 years....

Great product by philipone from Myersville, MD05/27/2013

Very happy with the Vetoquinol Renal K+ powder. My cat doesn't even know it's in his food.

easy to give, cats like it by T04/17/2009

My 3 senior cats take this potassium supplement per our vet's instructions. It's easy to give - I just mix it in with a portion of their canned food, and even my pickiest cat doesn't mind. It makes a huge difference in how they feel. Thank you entirelypets.com for carrying this!

Great Product!! by puttyrat from Powhatan, VA07/02/2012

The vet prescribed Renal K for my 15 yo cat. She has low potassium and high blood pressure. Spike is starting to get her muscle mass back. I was so happy to find Renal K without having to get a prescription for it. Spike went in for her checkup today. She is definitely doing better. No it did not happen overnight. Thank you for offering this product at a price I can afford.

great potassium gluconate supplement by october13 from Massachusetts10/17/2013

Found Renal K powder on internet while looking for pill form for my 10 year old Maine Coon. I was tired of "wearing" the liquid potassium supplement he was taking and hated. I sprinkle the amount my vet recommended on his moist food, twice a day, and he eats without a problem. His potassium level has improved and is in normal range. Manufacturer has an 800# and is really helpful if you have any questions.

Easy to administer by Six cats and counting from Maine12/10/2011

We use this potassium gluconate powder for a kitty who has IBD and requires extra potassium. The powder can be dissolved in water and administered with a baby medicine dropper or sprinkled into wet food. It apparently doesn't mess with the flavor enough to put off the cat. It is very convenient and much better than having to pill him with a rock-like potassium pill that might upset his stomach. Comes with a measuring spoon and lasts for months. It does not contain B vitamins as the Web page states.

Vetoquinol Renal K+ by gr from Eastern Shore of MD06/11/2013

I have been used this product for over a year, and it has really helped my cat (confirmed by bloodwork). Great value for the money.

Cat refuses to eat food mixed with Renal K+! by 1OldMarine from Chester, VA05/30/2014

Not only did he refuse to eat his cat food mixed with Renal K+, he refused to eat a new helping of food after his dish was thoroughly washed. We had to use a different plate!

Affordable, Works a Well by donho from Pacific Northwest05/19/2014

We have a Stage 2 CRD kitty who has to have Potassium supplementation daily. He's been on the Vetquinol Renal K+ for many months. It's cost effective and easy to dose. Has the added benefits of Vitamin B12 supplementation which helps keep his energy up. We just mix the Potassium into his food and he doesn't even know it''s there!

Renal K Powder is a Godsend! by G.A, from Charleston SC04/16/2014

I was at my wits end with an elderly cat who has kidney problems that deplete her potassium and Vitamin B. Got Tumil K powder from my vet and spent eons of time trying to disguise the awful taste so she would eat it in some sort of food. Found the Potassa Chews online that said they were palatable and got them. They still tasted bad and I could not get her to eat them. This has really no taste. I can put it on anything I can even mix it in her canned cream evening treat! Ohmigod what a relief! This stuff is great!

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