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
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds
  • Food Form
    Supplement
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • 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.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Mixed reaction

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    My vet recommended this product for one of my cats with IBD. I have 7 cats and 3 of them have IBD. I first tried to give the pill to the cats to chew. One cat chewed the pill the first time, but wouldn't chew anymore after that. The other 2 cats wouldn't chew them so I crushed them up and put them in their food. One cat ate the food, the other one didn't. I'm not sure I would buy this product again for my cats. Dogs might be more receptive to chewing the pills.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    My 18 yr old cat's digestive issues are improving with Cobalequin.

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    Sitka, my 18 yr old megaesophagus/ IBD/pancreatitis cat was started on a treatment plan for lethargy, vomiting, weight loss, and poor hair coat, including one Cobalequin tablet crushed into her wet food daily. We noticed an improvement in her symptoms within 5 days. I should note that her plan also includes prescription hydrolyzed protein kibble, and daily oral prednisolone, along with other prescription medications for nausea and appetite stimulation as needed. I normally use B12 injections instead of oral supplementation in cats with inflammed intestines, but since Sitka's inflammation is being treated with prednisolone, I decided to try the tablets. Her energy levels have definitely improved Sitka, my 18 yr old megaesophagus/ IBD/pancreatitis cat was started on a treatment plan for lethargy, vomiting, weight loss, and poor hair coat, including one Cobalequin tablet crushed into her wet food daily. We noticed an improvement in her symptoms within 5 days. I should note that her plan also includes prescription hydrolyzed protein kibble, and daily oral prednisolone, along with other prescription medications for nausea and appetite stimulation as needed. I normally use B12 injections instead of oral supplementation in cats with inflammed intestines, but since Sitka's inflammation is being treated with prednisolone, I decided to try the tablets. Her energy levels have definitely improved as has her coat, and she might be gaining a little weight. We are going to continue with the Cobalequin for a month, then determine whether to continue this supplement at that time. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Works well

    By on

    I have noticed a significant improvement with my cats IBD since adding this to his diet. It’s also a chewable that he likes so he eats it like a treat.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great item for older cats!

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    Our 15-year-old cat was lethargic, throwing up, and had a dull coat. Took to the vet who administered Vitamin B-12 shots. What a difference. Vet retired and I did some research. Turns out the pill form works as well. Tried it. Works great. Administer small pill in a pill pocket treat. Our cat is looking great, no longer throws up and plays like a kitten. Worth the money!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Works great for my sick cat

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    This was prescribed by our vet for a life long intestinal problem for one of my cats. Prednisone alone wasn't working. But with this added he started doing much better. He's a new cat. Finally started putting in weight.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent supplement!!

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    We've been using Cobalequin for a year since our Vet recommended it and we definitely see an improvement in our oldest cats' alertness and stamina. If you have an old kitty, or a frail one, or one with dietary issues, try it.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    B 12 canine vitamin

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    Our 11 yr. aussie's vet checks the B12 yearly now as we didn't know when that is low it can affect your dog's digestion. As usual, Chewy is always superb in prompt shipping and follow up.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    So far so good

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    I gave each of my kitties 1/2 of these to test it out. The next week I gave them each one now I’m going to get them one a month B12 is the most important

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Kitty enjoys it!

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    I do not have to force my cat to take this. He greedily eats it up; he thinks it’s a treat. Vet recommended it due to his low B-vitamin levels. He’s 18 so I guess that’s expected. Won’t know if it’s working until his next blood test, hence the reason for a 4-star review.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    B-12 for cats

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    My vet has recommended weekly B-12 for a few of my cats, but some of them are needle-shy so I use daily pilling with Cobalequin to fulfill their needs. They will eat them as if they are treats. Audrey

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