It is almost laughable because our dog thinks they are a treat.
My dogs eat it like a treat which is great. But I work in veterinary medicine and put my dog on this to help prevent e.coli UTIs and I haven’t seen a Change in the frequency (she’s already had surgery, etc). Won’t hurt, but also doesn’t seem effective.
Alternative to what the vet recommended (read out of stock everywhere). My 12 yo boy loves them. Warning they are rather large tablets.
First, it was great to get it in 2 days, but my dog loves them over a previous brand we tried from our vet. The contents were all in tact. Half of the previous brand was a container full of powder. Much better product.
Alcaline ph & bladder crystals resolved! I replaced CitriVet with this and it seems more effective. I’m so happy for making the change.
Prescribed by our vet for Oreo due to bladder stones, which he seems to get frequently. He likes this cranberry flavor and readily eats it. We will see if it has proved good for him, when we have the monthly check at the vet.
My Vet recommended KPlus many years ago. Due to cost of precipitation medication that was very expensive. KPlus has worked very well for my dog Lady!
My 5-lb dog was recently diagnosed with having struvite crystals in her urine. I'm supporting her with an appropriate diet and -- per my vet -- this supplement, specifically because it contains potassium citrate + cranberry so (hopefully!) she doesn't develop kidney/bladder stones. Because of her small size, I'm only supposed to give her a quarter of a tablet 2x a day. But when I try to divide them, they crumble. My solution: I completely crushed a tablet and measured the amount of powder that was in it: approx. 1/2 tablespoon. So now I simply crush a bunch of tablets, and give her 3/8 tsp. of the powder at each meal. It's "no biggie" to use my mortar and pestle to crush the tablets, 'cuz they're so crumbly! Next time around, will I buy the already-powdered potassium citrate+cranberry? No, because I'm not looking to add EFAs which she already gets, and which the already-powdered version contains.
This product works well! My dog makes oxalate bladder stones which can only form in acidic urine. My vet gave us potassium citrate to sprinkle on his food and he wouldn't eat his food - he is a picky eater. He thinks these are treats and gobbles up his dosage after each meal. His urine is now a neutral ph (he was 5.0 before starting) and it should prevent any future bladder stones. Work with your vet of course but this is a great alternative to the granules.
Not what I wanted. Tablets too big for my Dogs. Waste of money.