Renal K+ (Potassium Gluconate) Powder, 100 gm (3 Pack)
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Potassium supplements for dogs and cats
Renal K+ (Potassium Gluconate) Powder, 100 gm (3 Pack) provides potassium gluconate, along with B-complex vitamins, to prevent and treat the effects of potassium deficiency (hypokalemia) which can be one of the associated symptoms of kidney disease. Renal K+ pet meds are also used to treat other medical conditions that improve with increased potassium.
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Renal K+ (Potassium Gluconate) Powder, 100 gm (3 Pack) Customer Reviews
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Customer Reviews: 3
Our dog, who has Fanconi's syndrome, is on a potassium supplement. We tried the Renal K+ gel and he couldn't get used to the taste and wouldn't come near his food that it was mixed with. We switched over to the powder and he scarfs down the food. (We add a little water to the powder, then a little canned food and dry ). So we are very happy with the product and from the vet lab checks, he's maintaining good potassium levels.
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Cheaper than buying at the vets
This product easily mixes with food and my cat does not seem to notice or mind the flavor. It is definitely cheaper than buying it at the vet's office, although still not inexpensive. It is helpful that you can buy it in multiple packs, for convenience and also cost savings.
My cat needs this supplement due to kidney disease. It easily mixes with food and my cat seems to enjoy the taste of it. It definitely makes my cat feel better and I am sure is helping to prolong her life. The price is a little high.
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