Lactulose is a liquid medication prescribed to soften stools and manage the uncomfortable symptoms of constipation. It can also be used to help support animals who suffer from liver problems. Because it comes in a liquid form, it's easy to administer—simply add it to regular meals or give directly. Customers may receive this drug under the names Enulose, Cephulac, Kristalose.
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My yorkie has a liver shunt and this product helped remove her symptoms. She was walking around in a daze and this helped relieved some of those symptoms.
Im annoyed in order for me to write a review it must be 50 characters and contain no symbols or periods the product is fine and works and delivery was also fine.
It works wonders! Heard the problem people are having . Picture shows my solution . Baking ail or go to pharmacy and ask for top u can insert syringe in.
In a lifetime of cat ownership, I have never experienced a constipated cat...until now. What an ordeal. Multiple vet visits, 3 rounds of enemas, and anxiously waiting for our cat to poop...arrggh. Vet prescriped Lactulose, 2.5 ml, 2 x a day, and stated that he would need to remain on solution for lifetime. I searched for a less expensive replacement for the Lactulose and found Enulose here on Chewy. Within a week our cat was pooping! Hallelujah! The hard part was getting the solution into the cat. He was not happy about us shoving a syringe into his mouth and he let us know it. We ended up wearing more solution than he ingested. Plus his face and neck were also covered, leaving him with fur dried into rock hard spikes. OK, there must be an easier way. Now this is a cat that had never been fed wet food, and refused to try it, although we offered him several brands and flavors, so adding it to wet food was out. The one thing he did like was salmon flavored Churu, a wet treat in a small packet. What if I dispensed his meds into a small dish, drizzled a little Churu over it, mixed it up and offered it to him. Bingo! He lapped it up. A month later he is still pooping and loving his before breakfast and dinner treat of Enulose and Churu. No more unhappy cat. Needless to say, we are two very happy cat people. (FYI I get about 6 servings of Churu out of one pkt, keeping opened pkt in fridge.)
The lactulose works really well for my large dog that becomes constipated due to her hypothyroidism. It helps my dog have regular bowel movements without causing her any diarrhea or intestinal bloating.
Really like this formula not as thick or sticky as others. Highly recommend.
My Morkie has liver issues. This Lactulose helps her to poo quicker and better. Lactulose is also used to reduce the amount of ammonia in the blood of patients with liver disease. So all in all, she expels quicker and better which helps with her liver problems. Always talk with your vet first!
It definitely helps my cat stay regular. I just add it to her food.
My Henry has had 2 serious times of constipation a couple years ago. Our vet put him on this. I give it to him every other day and so far no more signs of constipation.
The medicine itself is great. Does what it's suppose to do BUT the bottle doesn't have a stopper with a small hole in it so we can use a syringe - in fact there's no stopper at all. It's not like we are using a spoon to give it to our animals. I doubt that adding a piece of plastic would increase production cost that much