RenaKare (Potassium Gluconate) Gel for Dogs & Cats, 5 oz

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RenaKare (Potassium Gluconate) Gel is prescribed to help correct low potassium levels in both cats and dogs. Potassium deficiencies are common in dogs, and they’re particularly common in cats. Your pet may lose too much potassium through his urine and through his gastrointestinal tract. Pets who don’t get enough potassium through their food may also need a potassium supplement to help regulate those levels. This gel is easy to administer, and your vet may have you mix it into your pet’s food to help prevent any stomach upset.


RenaKare is a potassium supplement for use in potassium deficient states in cats and dogs.

Possible Side Effects

No serious side effects have been reported.

Drug & Food Interactions

Do no administer in diseases where high potassium levels may be encountered, such as severe renal insufficiency or adrenal insufficiency.


Use with caution in the presence of cardiac disease, particularly in digitized patients or in the presence of renal disease. Federal law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian.

  1. Prescribing Information

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  • Item Number
  • Generic Name
    Potassium Gluconate
  • For Use With
    Dogs and Cats
  • Administration Form
  • Common Brand Name(s)
    RenaKare, RenaPlus, Tumil-K
  • Brand
  • Product Form
  • Health Condition
    Hypokalemia, Kidney Disease
  • Drug Type

Each 1/2 teaspoon gel contains 468 mg Potassium gluconate.

Recommended Dosage

Adult Cats and Dogs: 1/2 teaspoon per 10 lbs of body weight, twice daily. Kittens and Puppies: Consult your veterinarian Administer with food. Gel is highly palatable. Place small amount on animal’s nose or in mouth to initiate interest. Place gel on food or on animal’s paw thereafter. Dosage may be adjusted as necessary by the veterinarian.

Storage Instructions

Store at a temperature between 59-86 F. Keep container tightly closed.


How is this medication useful?

Oral potassium supplements may be used in animals when potassium levels in the blood are too low. You and your veterinarian can discuss why this drug is the most appropriate choice.

How should this medication be given?

For this medication to work, give it exactly as your veterinarian has prescribed. It’s a good idea to always check the prescription label to be sure you are giving the drug correctly. Oral potassium is best administered with food to help prevent stomach upset. Your veterinarian may have you mix the potassium supplement into food. Potassium supplements can have an unpleasant taste so if you have difficulty getting your animal to take the medicine, contact your veterinarian or pharmacist for tips to help with dosing and reducing the stress of medication time.

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    Although my vet approved the prescription promptly, the pharmacy took almost a week to process this order. And only after I called to speed things up. Sadly, the medicine came too late to benefit my sick pet.

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