Azodyl, 90 Capsules
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Support your pet's kidneys with Azodyl
Azodyl, 90 Capsules is a kidney supplement for dogs and cats that is available without a prescription.
While kidney disease cannot be cured, the lives of pets with it may be improved with products like Azodyl.
With a combination of three different strains of probiotics, Azodyl may reduce azotemia,
which is an increased concentration of toxins that make it harder for your pet's impaired kidneys to filter and eliminate waste.
By slowing down uremic toxin buildup through natural enteric dialysis, Azodyl helps prevent further kidney damage.
All of the bacteria in this product are naturally-occurring,
and because they are live strains, Azodyl must be stored in a refrigerator.
Please note: Although Azodyl may remain unrefrigerated for a limited period of time, it is shipped expedited Monday through Thursday with insulated packaging and ice packs to minimize time spent unrefrigerated during shipping.
||Up to 5 lbs
Give 1 capsule daily
Give 2 capsules daily
|Over 10 lbs
||Give 3 capsules daily
Remember: Azodyl must be kept refrigerated.
Azodyl Customer Reviews
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 1
Helping to keep my cat alive
My elderly cat was diagnosed with CRF over two years ago. The vet at the time didn't have a very encouraging prognosis, but as a former vet student myself, I went home and did my homework. I found www.felinecrf.org and saw several recommendations for Azodyl. I have no doubt that Azodyl works and works wonders. VetDepot has the best prices and the cold packaging is second to none. They are actually the first site where the medicine arrived as cold as it should.
- Kidney supplements for dogs and cats
- Formerly available as Azodyl, 60 Capsules (larger size capsules)
- May help slow the progression of chronic kidney disease
- Manufacturer information and usage
This information is for general reference only and should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of any condition of your pet. Because is intended as a general reference, this information may not include all possible uses, precautions, directions, reactions (including allergic), drug interactions, or withdrawal times. Always consult your local veterinarian and have your pet examined for any advice concerning the diagnosis and treatment of your pet, including which products and doses are most appropriate. Any trademarks are the property of their respective owners.