Treatment for hypokalemia in pets
Tumil-K Powder, 4 oz helps treat hypokalemia, or low potassium levels, and other medical conditions in dogs and cats that improve with increased potassium. Some of the main causes of low potassium are chronic kidney disease and renal failure.
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Tumil-K Powder, 4 oz Customer Reviews
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Customer Reviews: 5
This product worked well on my cat. When I had her lab work checked 3 1/2 weeks later, her potassium was normal.
My cat Jeffrey has kidney failure and needs the Tumel K, a potassium product that Jeffrey has to have because... in kidney failure, potassium is depleted from the blood when a cats kidney's are far enough along in the disease, as Jeffrey's is. I love that the Vet Depo has Tumel K in 'powder form', it's easy to mix into his canned food, and Jeffrey doesn't mind the taste, so I'm thinking there is no taste.
My cat has low potassium due to chronic kidney disease. We were giving her a potassium supplement in a gel form that she disliked, we actually stopped using it because she almost stopped eating when we added it to her food. She seems to like the Tumil-K Powder, we add it to her food twice a day and she doesn't seem to mind the taste. She is eating much better.
My Bengal Balu is deficient in potassium and was prescribed this by his vet. The price was the best at Vet Depot and very easy to order online. Vet Depot took care of getting the prescription they needed. My second order.
Got this for potassium problems in my cat with chronic kidney failure.
- Promotes healthy functions in bodily organs
- Reverses potassium deficiency associated with chronic kidney disease
- Given to pets in renal failure to increase potassium levels
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