For dogs and cats that need a potassium supplement mixed with a B-Complex vitamin, the Vet Solutions Renal K+ Gel is the answer. Delivered as a gel, the product can be easily squeezed out in minimal amounts to provide sample for your pet to taste and acclimate to. Once your dog or cat realizes the material is palatable, the supplement can be delivered through an oral syringe or a common tea spoon, depending on the animal. Vet Solutions Renal K is made with water, potassium, maple flavor for sweetness, citric acid, various components for vitamin ingestion, and other artificial sweeteners. Designed to work as a supplement, the product helps pet owners solve potassium deficiencies in both dogs and cats. With a normal dose being 2.5 ml, Vet Solutions Renal K’s 5oz package provides more than enough supplement to last for a good month cycle, being delivered twice a day. Pet owners need to be careful with using a potassium supplement prior to discussing the matter with their veterinarian. Some conditions can actually become worse in a cat or dog with a related supplement. Prior to a dosage being provided, a veterinarian consultation can avoid a serious mistake with your furry friend.
INDICATION: For use as a supplement in potassium deficient states in cats and dogs.
DOSAGE: Each 2.5 ml (1/2 teaspoon) contains 2mEq of potassium (as potassium gluconate) in a palatable base. The suggested dose for adult cats and dogs is 2.5 ml (1/2 teaspoon) per 10 lbs (4.5 kg) body weight given orally twice daily. Adjust dosage as needed.
ADMINISTRATION: RENAL K+ is a highly palatable gel. Place a small amount on animal's nose to stimulate taste interest. Once initial interest has been established, gel may be administered from a syringe or teaspoon.
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PRECAUTION: Use with caution in the presence of cardiac disease, particularly in digitalized patients. WARNING: Do not administer to cats or dogs with acute, oliguric, anuric or very advanced renal failure. do not administer in other diseases where high potassium levels may be encountered, such as adrenal insufficiency, acute dehydration or urethral obstruction.