Incurin Tablets are indicated for the control of estrogen-responsive urinary incontinence in spayed female dogs. Each Incurin Tablet contains 1 mg of estriol. The dosage of Incurin is not dependent upon body weight. All dogs should receive an initial dose of 2 mg (2 tablets) orally once per day for a minimum of 14 days. After urinary incontinence is controlled, the lowest effective daily dose should be determined, depending upon the response of the individual dog.
CitraVet contains Potassium Citrate for dogs and cats prone to recurring calcium oxalate stones or low urine pH. Pets at risk for stones produce calcium and oxalate, which can lead to stone formation. CitraVet increases citrate levels in the bladder. Calcium then binds to the citrate instead of the oxalate. Other less common stones, such as urate and cystine, may be controlled by the same mechanism. Each liver-flavored chewable tablet contains 675 mg Potassium Citrate. To help manage urinary tract disorders, CitraVet may be offered orally or crumbled over food. Recommended dosage, given every 12 hours: 1/4 tablet per 5 lbs. body weight, 1/2 tablet per 11 lbs., 1 tablet per 22 lbs. Potassium Citrate.
Methio-Form Chewable Tablets are used as a urinary acidifier for dogs and cats. Methio-Form is also an aid in controlling the odor from feline and canine urine residues. Methio-Form Chewable Tablets contain DL-Methionine. The recommended dosage of Methio-Form Chewable Tablets for adult cats is 188-375 mg per kg body weight; average size adult cats normally receive 1 1/2 -3 tablets daily.
Uroeze Tablets are used as a urinary acidifier for dogs and cats. Uroeze Tablets contain ammonium chloride. The suggested dosage of Uroeze Tablets for adult cats and dogs is 200-400 mg per 10 lbs body weight twice daily with food. Daily dose may vary with different diets depending on alkalinity of diet. Ammonium chloride.
Ursodiol is a naturally-occurring bile acid that may be used to treat liver disease or to manage gallstones in dogs and cats. Ursodiol helps reduce the intestinal absorption of cholesterol. It also improves the flow of bile to help prevent the buildup of toxins.
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