KBroVet-CA1 is a prescription chicken-liver-flavored chewable tablet containing potassium bromide to treat seizure disorders. In addition to therapy, it can be used in combination with other anti-seizure medications or as the sole anticonvulsant. KBroVet-CA1 differs from KBroVet in two ways: 1) KBroVet-CA1 does not contain the inactive ingredient cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12) and 2) tablets are no longer scored. Patients may transition directly to the new formulation, with no need for any dosing adjustments.
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Also available in an [oral solution] (https://www.chewy.com/dp/175674).
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When my vet told me to increase the dose the pharmacy was very helpful in contacting the vet, updating my records and quickly shipping the correct number of pills. I don't have much to say about the pills except they are necessary. I can't recommend them since they are a controlled substance and I am not a vet.
Chewy was very fast to deliver. I was running low and received shipment quickly! I appreciate the service for my Ollover!
Potassium Bromide is being used on our dog’s epilepsy. He has idiopathic seizures unresponsive to Keppra, partially responsive to Phnobarb. He is still having daily seizures with Potassium Bromide. He is dopey, more ataxic, slower to respond to commands . He is not more hungry, nor is he thirsty. He still has daily 1-2 -3 seizures. I was told this would take 3-6 months to show improvement. He is still his sweet self and we are not allowed to give him treats, since any change in his chloride load will alter the daily response to the potassium bromide. The kbrovet has food mixed with it, which prevents the pill getting stuck in his esophagus and causing ulceration. I suspect that the compound Pharmacy at “chewy” could make a much cheaper version of effective drug. I will ask the vet after 3 months to do that, since these three drugs are expensive and basically ineffective. I am willing to dose the dog for 6 full months before asking to withdraw the Keppra and then possibly the bromide. Phenobarbital was marginally effective in reducing the intensity and duration. The vet is very patient and so I must try to be. This drug is usually effective, at a cost of major side effects. “Chewy” was very helpful getting the prescription and to offer the generic version of kbrovet. Follow all pills with water or a yoghurt, to get the pill into the stomach
This is a great medicine for my dog who has seizures.
Pills are not scored and therefore difficult to cut in half when needed
Excellent service from start to finish. Meds arrived in plenty of time. No worries at all.
This product was a great addition for my dog's epilepsy.
My basset hound was diagnosed with epilepsy seizures and potassium bromide and phenobarbital work to keep the seizures away. The problem we have is the Kbrovet CA1 500mg is hard to get. Tried the 250mg and my boy had 5 seizures in two days.
I was charged 3 times the price due to the Colchester Vetinarian not bying in bulk
This med is a lifesaver for my St Bernard who has seizures. She could not take the liquid bromide so i found the chewable tablet on Chewy. It has never been out of stock before now. Please Chewy get it back in stock