K-CIT-V Chewable Potassium Citrate K-CIT-V is a new dosage form of (potassium citrate) used to help manage the formation of calcium oxalate bladder stones in canines.
Given orally, K-CIT-V increases the citrate levels in the urine, resulting in the calcium binding with the citrate instead of the oxalate.
This is a desired result as calcium citrate tends to stay dissolved whereas calcium oxalate tends to precipitate out as mineral deposit.
K-CIT-V also helps to create alkaline urine, an environment in which calcium oxalate stones have difficulty forming.
Veterinarians are always looking for a more effective way to help manage the formation of calcium oxalate stones in their canine patients. K-CIT-V is the first chewable potassium citrate product on the market.
These patented beef flavored chewable tablets make it easier for clients to dose their dogs which results in increased client compliance and a healthier pet. K-CIT-V offers a consistent reliable dosage to the clinician as well as the client. No more measuring of granules or conversions of human labeled drug measurements. K-CIT-V is dosed and labeled for veterinary use.
K-CIT-V is supplied in a 100 ct. bottle with a suggested dosage of one tablet (640 mg.) per 20 lbs. / (9 kg.) body weight twice daily. Dosage may be adjusted to maintain a urine pH between 7.0 and 7.5.K-CIT-V
* PRICED CONSIDERABLY LOWER THAN UROCIT-K
* CONVENIENT CHEWABLE DOSAGE FORM.
* CONSISTENT AND RELIABLE DOSING.
Guaranteed Analysis per Chewable Tablet:
Potassium Citrate, Whey, Sucrose, Cellulose, Liver Powder, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Stearic Acid, Silicon Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate, and Iron Oxide.
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