Uroeze is only for use in dogs and adult cats. Do
not administer to kittens or other species. Not for use in humans.
Read all instructions and precautionary statements
provided by the manufacturer.
Dosing may vary depending on your pet's diet. Your
veterinarian may adjust the dose to maintain a urinary pH below 6.6.
Use exactly as prescribed by your veterinarian.
- Administer Uroeze with food to prevent or minimize
- Give ½ to 1 tablet (200 to 400 mg) per 10 lbs. of body
weight twice daily as prescribed by your veterinarian.
- Administer a forgotten dose as soon as you remember
it, unless it is almost time for the subsequent dose. Do not administer
a double dose of Uroeze.
Frequency of Use:
Uroeze is given twice daily.
Keep out of reach of children and animals.
Store Uroeze at room temperature, between 59 and
86 degrees F. Keep away from moisture and heat.
It is a violation of Federal
Law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
Ammonium chloride, the active ingredient in Uroeze,
raises the acidity of the urine. This makes the urinary tract less hospitable
to microorganisms that cause infection and promotes the dissolution
of struvite bladder stones, which form in alkaline urine.
Uroeze Active Ingredients (per
tablet): ammonium chloride 400 mg in
a palatable protein base
Keep Uroeze out of reach of children and animals.
Do not use or store in or near open flame or heat.
Uroeze is only intended for use in dogs and adult
cats. Do not give to kittens or other animals. Do not use in humans.
Follow the instructions of your veterinarian's
CAUTION: May cause stomach irritation.
This effect may be prevented or reduced by administering Uroeze with
Not for use in animals with severe liver or kidney
dysfunction or urate bladder stones. Do not use in pets exhibiting acidosis.
Tell your veterinarian if your pet has heart or lung disease.
Facial swelling, itching, hives, rash, difficulty
breathing, and other signs may indicate an allergic reaction. Seek emergency
Side effects may include increased thirst, emesis,
drowsiness, panting, and other adverse reactions. If you notice any
side effects in your pet, consult your veterinarian.
The above-named adverse reactions may also indicate
an overdose. If you suspect or know of an overdose, contact your veterinarian
Uroeze may interact with other medications and supplements.
Tell your veterinarian if your pet is taking gentamicin, erythromycin,
quinidine, or other drugs or supplements. Check with your veterinarian
before administering anything else while treating with Uroeze.
Warranty and Manufacturer Information:
Mfg. by: Virbac AH, Inc., P.O. Box 162059, Fort Worth,
NAC No.: 10231080