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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
Great Product, Love the Price!!!
I have a 13 year old DSH cat that has been struggling with constipation for months. After only three days on Lactulose I once again have a comfortable happy cat!
My 8 year old pom mix was diagnosed with chronic liver disease and has to take lactulose for the rest of his life. Our vet told us he could have a few weeks or months to live. He has been doing well for over six months! It got to be very expensive buying lactulose through our vet. The great price and service have helped us through this trying time. Thank you Pet Depot!
My 22 year old ancient cat keep himself flowing well with this gentle laxative.
This is vital in the treatment of my kitty's medical issue and it was very expensive at the vets office. Glad to be able to buy it for 1/3 of what they were charging me.
That's what it all comes down to and you provide the vale. Also, every aspect of your service is excellent, getting the script, shipping, communication - not all of your competitors can say this. Dog owners run in packs and the ones I know will probably be coming your way.
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