Doc Roys Potassium Citrate + Cranberry prevents urinary stone formation and enhances urinary tract health in your dog or cat

Doc Roy's® POTASSIUM CITRATE + CRANBERRY (60345-498)

Granules, 300gm

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Urinary stones
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I have a Miniature Schnauzer that developed a urinary stone over a year ago. He had surgery which cost $1500.00. The vet suggested a different food and also potassium citrate, which he had in a capsule. I got on the internet and found the powder. It is much more convenient and he seems to love the taste of it. I also am now feeding him a dogfood that has cranberries and pumpkin seeds in it. After two checkups, he is still doing great. No stones so far.
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