V.E.T. Pharmaceuticals DL-Methionine 500 mg, 1000 Tablets prevents struvite crystals and stones from forming in the urine of cats and dogs by increasing the urine's acidity. DL-Methionine pet supplements can help prevent the formation of painful bladder stones.
- Increases the acidity of the urine to prevent bladde stones
- Helpful in cats with lower urinary tract disease (LUTD)
- A daily DL-Methionine bladder health supplement for dogs and cats
- Manufacturer information and usage
<p>Our dog had a pH of 9 and went on expensive Rx from the vet. Started on this 4 months ago, with our vet's approval, and his pH is the same as on the pricey pills (6.75) at a quarter of the cost. He is 33 pounds and takes 4 pills p/day--2 in the morning, 2 in the evening. He would eat them straight at first, now I have to "frost" them with peanut butter. The bottle arrived very quickly, too. Great stuff!</p>
This is a great value. Delivery was fast, and I like fast. I break these tablets up and put on their food. I will be getting a ph test done on our dog in a couple weeks, and hopefully its down.
Best Price and Happy with Product
This is the very best price out there and the pills are easy to split in two as well as being palatable for my dog. Very happy to find this here, it's working well and makes all the difference in how I can afford to treat her bladder stones by reducing urine acidity to where they will dissolve.
I saved so much money buying this medication from VetDepot! This generic version available in bulk is a fraction of the price compared to what the vet charges for the name brand Methioform. This one doesn't even require a prescription!
This is my second bottle, first bottle got rid of the stones and got a second for follow up. Schnauzers are susceptible to a type of bladder stone that can be dissolved with DL-Methionine and it worked. It did take almost a year but she no longer loses bladder control. And has became her old happy self again.
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