Lactulose 10 gm/15 mL, Pint (473 mL)
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Lactulose 10 gm/15 mL, Pint (473 mL) is a synthetic sugar used to treat constipation and liver disease in pets. Lactulose generally works quickly to treat encephalopathy (liver disease) by lowering colon pH and reducing ammonia absorption to decrease the concentration of ammonia in the blood. It also soften stools and has a laxative effect.
- Treats liver disease in animals
- Non-digestible sugar used to treat constipation in pets
- Liquid stool softener and laxative for dogs and cats
- Liquid form ensures easy administration
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 5
The Lactulose was a huge help in helping my 8 year old collie tolerate a very uncomfortable pereneal Hernia for months. Would highly recommend to anyone who has a pet suffering for constipation.
I need to buy a lot of this since my dog has hepatic micro vascular dysplasia. Vets recommend it be given with every meal. When searching for the best price I found it here on VetDepot.
Lactulose 10gm/15ml, Pint (473ml)
Great product at a fantastic price. Less than half of what I would pay at my veterinarians office!
Awesome product at a great price
I got a prescription for this because my 10 year old Chihuahua had some liver and sugar issues. The poor girl had a dreadful time doing her business too. This seemed to tackle all of her issues at once.
This is a prescription only medication for dogs. It is frequently used as laxative. Additional usage is for the treatment of microvascular liver shunting to help decrease ammonia accumulation in the blood. VetDepot has the best price on the market!
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