K-BroVet is only for dogs. Do not use in cats or
other animals. Not for use in humans.
Do not permit children to administer this medication.
Read all instructions and warnings provided by the
manufacturer prior to use.
The directions below represent a standard use. Follow
your veterinarian's prescription.
- Begin with an initial loading dose to achieve the
recommended serum level. To achieve a serum level of 1 mg/mL, administer
54.5 mg per pound of body weight once daily for 5 days; to achieve a
serum level of 1.5 mg/mL, administer 72.7 mg per pound of body weight
one daily for 5 days.
- Reduce to a serum level maintenance dose. To maintain
at 1 mg/mL, administer 13.6 mg per pound of body weight once daily;
to maintain at 1.5 mg/mL, administer 18 mg per pound of body weight
- Provide plenty of fresh water for your dog during
Keep out of reach of children and animals.
Store K-BroVet in its original container, tightly
sealed, at room temperature.
It is a violation of Federal
Law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
K-BroVet contains potassium bromide. This compound
works at the cellular level to prevent seizures by depressing nerve
activity and excitability. Its precise mechanism of action remains unknown.
K-BroVet Liquid Solution Ingredients
(per mL): 250 mg potassium bromide, cyanocobalamin,
pyridoxine HCl and butterscotch vanilla flavor
K-BroVet Chewable Tablets Ingredients
(per tablet): 250 mg or 500 mg potassium bromide,
cyanocobalamin and liver flavor
Keep this product out of reach of children and animals.
Do not use or store in or near open flame or heat.
K-BroVet is only intended for the control of seizures
in dogs. Do not administer to cats or other animals. Do not use in humans.
Use exactly as prescribed by your veterinarian.
CAUTION: Not for use in animals with
a hypersensitivity to bromide or other components of this medication.
Seek emergency veterinary treatment of an allergic reaction.
The safety of this medication in pregnant, lactating,
breeding, and young dogs has not been shown.
Use with caution in older animals. They are more
susceptible to adverse reactions.
Tell your veterinarian about any adverse reactions
you observe in your pet.
This medication may cause drowsiness, but the effect
typically goes away within 3 weeks of administration.
Side effects may include changes in appetite, increased
thirst, increased urinary output, constipation, vomiting, and loss of
coordination. Nausea may be experienced following the initial load-in
Pacing, increased attention seeking, irritability,
aggression, and other personality changes may result from bromide therapy.
Treatment with bromide, when administered concurrently
with Phenobarbital, increases the risk of pancreatitis.
A number of drugs and supplements, including vitamin
supplements, can interact with K-BroVet. Make sure your veterinarian
is aware of everything your dog takes. Consult your veterinarian before
giving your pet any other medications or supplements during treatment.
Contact your veterinarian immediately in the event
of an overdose. Short-term bromide toxicity is reversible, but even
mild prolonged toxicity can progress to more serious nervous system
dysfunction. The concurrent use of Phenobarbital lowers the dose necessary
for toxicity. Excessive salivation, skin lesions, diarrhea, ataxia,
hematochezia, shivering, and stupor progressing to coma or death are
clinical signs of toxicity.
Warranty and Manufacturer Information:
K-BroVet Oral Solution: NAC No.: 10900310
K-BroVet Chewable Tablets: NAC No.: 10900310
250 mg NDC 49427-322-48
500 mg NDC 49427-321-48