RenaPlus is a supplement prescribed by veterinarians to provide extra potassium to pets who have low levels due to kidney disease or other medical problems. Potassium is an electrolyte that helps nerves communicate and maintains muscle movement. This generic alternative is an easy-to-feed tablet that aids in returning your pet's body to its normal functions.
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My vet found these and though they would be small enough to pill. They may look small on the screen but they are to big to give to a cat. Wish they would make without all the fillers. Might be OK for a dog.
This form of potassium is so much easier to give my kitty Oliver. He hates the gel and I’m supposing it’s the texture and he refuses the powder in his wet food. I just use a pill cutter and divide the tablet in quarters, use a pill popper and all done.
My 12 year old cat has low potassium levels (likely due to his IBS) and was taking the potassium gel for about a month. I noticed his stools got looser and also his potassium was unfortunately not improving. He's allergic to a lot of things so the vet had me switch to this pill in case the gel had something in it that was bothering his tummy. His stools are back to normal and his potassium is increasing! He also takes the pill like a champ even though it is a little large for a cat.
Duke, my awesome 10 year old Male cat, after numerous blockages and surgeries for various blockage-related things, now has Implants & Tubes to help his kidneys and bladder and to replace parts of the urethra and upstream "tubing". Vet said Duke has consistently Low Potassium levels which negatively impact the performance of renal/urinary systems, especially his, so he gets 2 pills in am and 2 in pm. I give them to Duke in gelcaps. I cut each pill into 'eighths' with a pill cutter and then place 4 of the resulting 'mini-wedge' pieces into a #2 gelcap. They fit nicely due to the wedge/triangle shapes. Each pill goes into two gelcaps overall. So Duke gets 4 gelcaps in am and 4 in pm.
Our geriatric kitty, Buster, must have potassium supplements due to his heart condition. I have been giving him 1 teaspoon of RenaPlus in gel form, twice a day. I am able to place it in his mouth in 3 applications, but he does not like it! I started giving him these pills (1 pill is equivalent to 1 teaspoon gel), but they are quite large. I received the "okay" to cut the pills in half. I administer each half followed with a squirt of water in a syringe.