Potassium Citrate Plus Cranberry is a health supplement for dogs that helps prevent bladder stones and helps enhance urinary tract health. Bladder stones are common in dogs that have recurrent urinary tract infections, and those with a urine pH that is too high. Preventing bladder stones will help prevent pain, nausea, and other side effects that come with it.
Potassium Citrate Plus Cranberry is formulated with:
Potassium Citrate, which lowers the pH of the urine and helps reduce the formation of painful bladder stones.
Cranberry extract, which neutralizes free radicals and prevents the adherence of bad bacteria to the lining of the bladder and urinary tract. Bacteria are then flushed out in the urine.
Potassium Citrate Plus Cranberry comes in delicious roast beef and liver-flavored chewable tablets that can be given as a treat or crumbled over your dog's food. This effective supplement is safe for long-term use.
||per chewable tablet
|Potassium Citrate (micro-encapsulated)
Inactive ingredients: Cellulose, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Iron Oxide, Liver Powder, Magnesium Stearate, Silicone Dioxide, Stearic Acid, Sucrose, and Whey.
Indications for use
Potassium Citrate Plus Cranberry Chewable Tablets is a dietary supplement for use in dogs that contains ingredients
known to aid in the prevention of urinary stone formation. Potassium citrate helps decrease the possibility of calcium oxalate stone
formation and cranberry extract has been shown to enhance urinary tract health.
Administration and dosage
The recommended dosage for Potassium Citrate Plus Cranberry Chewable Tablets is one tablet per 20 pounds (9 kg) body weight every 12 hours. Consult with your veterinarian to determine the proper dosage amount and schedule for each individual animal prescribed this product. Dosage may be adjusted to maintain a urine pH between 7.0 and 7.5.
Potassium Citrate Plus Cranberry Chewable Tablets are formulated with a proprietary highly palatable roast beef and liver flavor base to ensure dogs readily consume the tablet. Administer free choice orally to the dog as a treat, or crumble over the dog’s food at mealtime at the veterinarian-prescribed dose. If crumbled over food, consumption should be monitored.