Nutramax Cobalequin Chewable Tablet Small Dog & Cat Supplement, 45 count

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Description

Just like us, our pets may not get all the nutrients they need from their food alone. With Cobalequin Chewable Tablets from Nutramax, you can give your pet the vitamin boost he needs. Vitamin B12—or cobalequin—deficiency is especially common in animals with pancreatic issues and can cause symptoms like weight loss, lethargy and confusion. This oral supplement can help to increase concentrations of B12 in cats and small dogs, without the need for additional injections. Best of all, it comes in an easy-to-feed, tasty tablet and can be used for long-term treatment—just make sure you talk to your veterinarian.

Key Benefits
  • Features an oral cobalequin supplement, so you can help treat your dog's insufficiency.
  • Yummy chewables are easy to feed, especially compared to pills and powders.
  • May help you supplement your pet without needing additional injections.
  • Part of a comprehensive treatment plan for dogs and cats low in B12.
  • Can be used long-term, with guidance from your veterinarian.
Precautions

For animal use only. Keep out of reach of children.

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  • Item Number
    158535
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds
  • Food Form
    Supplement
  • Product Form
    Chewable Tablet
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Cyanocobalamin 250 mcg

Other Ingredients: Hydrolyzed Chicken Flavor, Microcrystalline Cellulose, And Silicon Dioxide.

Feeding Instructions

1 chewable tablet per day. Consult your veterinarian for recommended duration of use.

FAQ

Why should I include vitamins & supplements in my pet’s diet?

Most commercial pet foods include baseline vitamins and nutrients, but some may not have the adequate amount to suit your pet’s exact health needs. Like in humans, vitamins and supplements can help support your pet’s long-term health, regulating everything from digestion to muscle growth. Consult your veterinarian to determine the best vitamins and supplements for your furry friend.

How often should I give this supplement to my pet?

It is recommended to give the suggested dosage based off your pet’s weight. Please refer to the Feeding Instructions tab and consult with your veterinarian for more information.

Is this supplement safe to use with the medication my pet is currently taking?

If your pet has a medical condition and is taking other medication, we recommend consulting with your veterinarian to ensure that this supplement is safe to use.

My pet is allergic to certain ingredients, will this product be safe to use?

For a complete list of ingredients, click on the 'Nutritional Info' tab, next to the 'Description' tab, just under the product photos. If you are unsure about the safety of this product for your pet, we recommend consulting with your veterinarian.

Does this product come in other product forms?

For a complete assortment of products by the manufacturer of this supplement, click on the link next to the item name at the top of the page. You can also find an assortment of supplements across all product forms on our page.

Rating: 4.6 of 5 stars 29 Reviews 29 Reviews 4.6 out of 5 Stars

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Seems to be working

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    My vet recommended this vitamin along with a special diet because my cat (3 yrs old) lost about two pounds (making her underweight) and didn't seem to be eating much or putting on more weight. It was a bit of trial and error to figure out how to feed these to her because she wouldn't just take them whole and she'd pick around her food to avoid it if I crush it up and put it directly into her food. What I ended up having to do was get a pill crusher so it becomes a fine powder, and put that into a little bit of bone broth and put that on top of her food. She loveees it. I haven't taken her to the vet again but it does feel like she finally gained some weight since being on this special diet and My vet recommended this vitamin along with a special diet because my cat (3 yrs old) lost about two pounds (making her underweight) and didn't seem to be eating much or putting on more weight. It was a bit of trial and error to figure out how to feed these to her because she wouldn't just take them whole and she'd pick around her food to avoid it if I crush it up and put it directly into her food. What I ended up having to do was get a pill crusher so it becomes a fine powder, and put that into a little bit of bone broth and put that on top of her food. She loveees it. I haven't taken her to the vet again but it does feel like she finally gained some weight since being on this special diet and vitamin regimen for a few weeks now, so while I can't say for sure that this actually does anything on it's own, something is working nonetheless. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Billycat is a happier boy now!

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    This B12 vitamin was prescribed this past spring by Billy's vet. I was happy to find that Chewy offered it since I would have a 40 mile round trip for more. Thank you Chewy for being here for us. Billy and his Catmom.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    He loves them!

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    My cat is very picky about everything he eats, so when the vet recommended he take this supplement I was sure it would be just another thing he wouldn’t eat. Boy! I was wrong - he loves them!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    B12 Supplement

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    I mix it in with the cat food, and she is eating it! It’s small enough to ground up the pill. It’s s little pricey, but I am having a hard time find a small dose in people pills.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    didn't like

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    Purchased supplement for cat and she was not interested. Hid it in her food and she spit it out. She was definitely not a fan.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    senior cat loves this

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    her GI tests showed a b12 deficiency so vet recommended this. my cat loves these treats but i am dropping a star from my rating because i'd prefer they contained a different form of b12 since cyanocobalomin converts to small amounts of cyanide and i'm concerned about cumulative effects (she basically needs to take this every day, long term). other than that i'm very satisfied with the product and it seemed to help with her symptoms right away. we haven't returned for follow-up testing yet but will probably continue giving her this supplement regardless

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    So far so good

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    My 14 year old cat with IBD always has ups and downs but lately has really been having some issues with his stool (diarrhea, etc). His normal regimen wasn’t helping, added this in slowly, and today he ate half a pill on his own- like it was a treat! His stools have been improving and he’s much less “needy”, which is typically a sign that he’s feeling good. Will be adding this to my Chewy orders regularly!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Miracle Worker for my cat’s gut issues!

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    My vet put my 4 year old cat on this vitamin when she had horrible gut issues and her blood work came face with a vitamin B deficiency. Before using this vitamin, Kitty refused to use her litter box and was constipated for days at a time and would eliminate her bowels at various locations around my house. After spending $2,000 at the vet and $300 worth of meds over a two month period, I had nearly given up. I tried every kind of litter and multiple locations for litter boxes around my house. I think this only confused her and I would caution you to think twice about this method. She would only pee in her regular box with litter I had used for years. Sadly, I even gave up my male cat because the My vet put my 4 year old cat on this vitamin when she had horrible gut issues and her blood work came face with a vitamin B deficiency. Before using this vitamin, Kitty refused to use her litter box and was constipated for days at a time and would eliminate her bowels at various locations around my house. After spending $2,000 at the vet and $300 worth of meds over a two month period, I had nearly given up. I tried every kind of litter and multiple locations for litter boxes around my house. I think this only confused her and I would caution you to think twice about this method. She would only pee in her regular box with litter I had used for years. Sadly, I even gave up my male cat because the vet thought Kitty might be stressed by his rough play. He went to a good home, thank God, but I still feel awful. When she began to refuse the Hills prescribed vet formula food and/or spit out her antibiotics and prednisolone, I decided to take her off everything! I put her back on her regular wet Blue Buffalo Basics Turkey and Potato because she seemed to be starving. (I didn’t even phase her into the food by mixing it with the vet food.) I left her on this B12 vitamin as well as Viralys L-Lysine and probiotics that the vet had recommended months before her bowel issues. These were the only things that my cat didn’t recognize as yucky medicine. The results were immediate. After two months of illness, she has gained back 2 pounds, her coat is shiny and she is perky again. I now crush one B12 tablet and mix it with her other powdered L-Lysine and probiotic and mix it in with her wet food. While I am not a vet, I think that these three items did the trick and will help maintain her gut health going forward. I still recommend seeing your vet BUT do the ultrasound first and the expensive fecal panel. I would have saved a lot of money! All the tests came back negative except the ultrasound that showed her gut was inflamed. I believe the initial dosing Metronidazole worked the best. I should have NEVER taken her off her food or confused her with the litter box thing. Keep your cat’s gut healthy!!! … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Easy to use

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    My vet suggested vitamin B12 supplementation for my 19 year old cat a year ago with several options (including injections) to do so. While she doesn't agree that it is a "chewable treat", she gets one each morning with her meal. Pleased to see that Chewy offers this.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great for senior cats!

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    Excellent product. My vet recommended it. My girl loves it in pill pockets.

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