Vetoquinol Epakitin Chitosin-Based Phosphate Binder for Cats & Dogs – Renal Support Supplement Powder, 6.3oz (180gm) : Pet Supplies

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Renal diets are a great start but, in some cases, may not be enough. Epakitin is an oral powder nutritional supplement that works to help prevent your pet’s body from absorbing phosphorus from the food they eat. When used in conjunction with renal diets, our phosphate binder may help to decrease serum phosphorus levels, as well as urea and creatinine levels. Binds phosphates before they enter the blood Carries phosphates through the digestive tract Phosphates are eliminated in the stool As our pets age, kidney issues frequently develop and can be a leading cause of death if left untreated. Kidney issues are often exacerbated by phosphorus (phosphates) found in many common dog and cat foods. Vetoquinol Epakitin works to bind phosphates before they enter the blood and need to be filtered by your pet’s kidneys. Renal diets are often effective in controlling phosphorus levels, but they are typically not enough to maintain consistent ranges. Epakitin can be used with other renal support supplements and diets, and works to prevent your pet’s body from absorbing phosphorus by binding it together, transporting it through the digestive tract and intestines until it they are eliminated in your pet’s stool. Epakitin comes in a highly palatable oral powder that can easily be administered by sprinkling over dry food or mixing with a small amount of canned food. Be sure to allow your pet to have access to water at all times during supplementation, as a natural, balanced diet and plenty of water are important for renal care. Consult your veterinarian before giving your pet Epakitin. Follow the recommended administration on the package, unless otherwise instructed by your veterinarian.Epakitin contains Lactose, Calcium Carbonate, Chitosan and Hydrolyzed Soy Protein.Us as Directed

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