Reviews for V.E.T. Pharmaceuticals DL-Methionine 500 mg, 1000 Tablets (1017324)
For my cat.
Using this per my vet's instructions. Seems to work, vet is happy with results.
Great Product Good Price
I purchased these for our cat that has had a history of Urinary Tract Infections. I actually mash the pill into powder and mix it in with a small amount of canned food and he eats it with no problem. I am pleased that I can buy 1000 of these for about the same price that I was paying for 250 of another brand and these are the same dosage. I seem to have a happy, healthier cat and I will be buying these again from Vet Depot.
When high levels of crystals were found in my 9month old male dogs urine my vet recommended permanently switching him to a Rx food. Not an option as he has chicken and grain allergies, so I did my own research and discovered Ammonil. My dog has been on it for over a year and it was costing ~$80/ bottle. This website has the exact same product for 3/4 the price. While I'm still hopeful eventually we may be able to wean him off, it's good to know his issues can be controlled and won't break the bank. Gotta love our rescue pups!
V.E.T. Pharmaceuticals DL-Methionine 500 mg, 1000 Tablets
We are using a half dose of 250mg currently and urine pH is running 6 or
so..vet is very pleased and so am I...easy to cut as it is scored. I throw it
on the food...price is very reasonable and service was extraordinary.
V.E.T. Pharmaceuticals DL-Methionine from VetDepot
My 7 year old lab has been on this supplement for over 4 years. Until now I have purchased a 3 month supply from our veterinary clinic, but have found this product available from VetDepot to be identical, and half the expense. The shipping was prompt, reasonable and safe. I will continue to use this web site.
Our pug was prescribed this after getting recurring bladder infections caused by crystals, and it is working great! Her urine ph went from 8.5 down to 6.5 in about three months, the crystals are nearly gone, and the infections stopped. This is a way better solution than the prescription food we almost tried, both cost-wise and health-wise (poor doggie is allergic to chicken, which is the main protein in every brand of the prescription food). It's also way cheaper than the chewable form of the same stuff (methioform), but my dog will eat anything, so taking pills is not a problem for her as I know it is for some dogs.