RenaKare Gel, 5 oz
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Item #: 1010575
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Helps pets with hypokalemia
RenaKare Gel, 5 oz replenishes potassium levels in cats and dogs with hypokalemia casued by inadequate dietary intake or by conditions that prevent proper potassium absorption like kidney disease. The potassium in RenaKare is essential for the proper function of muscles and internal organs.
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RenaKare Gel, 5 oz Customer Reviews
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Customer Reviews: 3
What my cat needed, great price.
My vet prescribed RenaKare Gel for my aging cat. One tube of it cost about $26 at the vet's office, and I can get it for about half of that here. I appreciate the savings, since my cat will need this for the rest of her life.
What I needed, great price!
This is the medication that my vet prescribed for my cat's low potassium levels. She takes it twice a day in wet food, and it seems to be raising her potassium level enough. I appreciate that I can get it for much less at VetDepot than at my vet's office, even with shipping costs. Thanks for making this available.
I have two 21 1/2 year-old cats in chronic renal failure. My male has had CRF for 6 years and my female for 3 years. Both must replace potassium depleted by frequent urination. I have used several products from the veterinarian's office and a compounded product which they disliked greatly. This is the only product which doesn't elicit a struggle.
- Potassium deficiency can have devastating effects on your pet's health
- Dietary supplement with potassium
- Shows results within several days
- Manufacturer information and usage
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