- Prevent urinary stone formation
- Potassium citrate supplements contain cranberry extract
- Helps support urinary tract health
- Chewable tablets have a roast beef and liver flavor
- Manufacturer information and usage
Prevent urinary stones in pets with Potassium Citrate
Potassium Citrate Plus Cranberry, 100 Chewable Tablets boosts citrate levels to bind to calcium to prevent oxalate urinary stones from forming and also includes cranberry extract to enhance urinary tract health. Cranberry extract is useful for bladder and urinary tract health.
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Pala-Tech Potassium Citrate Plus Cranberry, 100 Chewable Tablets Customer Reviews
I liked the first Potassium Citrate I got because my dog thought it was a treat and he ate it without a problem. But the new one he would not take it at all. So now I just put wet food on it and he will eat it. So now it's not a problem. It works so I'm glad.
Potassium citrate plus cranberry
It is affordable and the shipping is quick. This tablet has helped my Dalmatain stay healthy for 4 years.
Unfortunately this is the wrong product for my dog. She has struvite crystals and this will raise her PH not lower it. She has a high PH already. Make sure you read all of the reviews and details before you order.
Service was prompt in ordering.
We have had our miniature schnauzer on this product for 6 years now. The VetDepot.com website is the only place we buy from because they have them in supply when we need them, and they get them mailed to us promptly. After JoJo has his breakfast each morning he gets his potassium. We tell him it's his fruit bowl. He always looks forward to getting his fruit bowl.
Potassium Citrate Plus Cranberry, 100 Chewable Tablets
When my Maltese was prescribed the Potassium Citrate, I found the chewable Pala-Tech tablets so easy to give with her food plus she liked the taste and ease of chewing the tablet. She has been on this for several years and no more bladder stones.
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