Granules, 300gm
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    • Doc Roy's® POTASSIUM CITRATE + CRANBERRY is a tasty supplement to maintain a healthy urinary tract in cats and dogs and prevent the formation of calcium oxalate stones in the pet's bladder
    • Helps dog bladder infection and cat urinary tract infection
    • Potassium Citrate helps decrease the possibility of calcium oxalate stone formation (crystals in dog or cats urine)
    • Cranberry extract enhances urinary tract health and will help prevent UTI in cats and dogs
    • Also contains essential fatty acids for skin and hair coat improvement
    • Flavored with a palatable chicken flavor that all pets love simplifying daily dosing
    Doc Roy's® POTASSIUM CITRATE + CRANBERRY is a dietary supplement for use in dogs and cats that contains ingredients known to aid in the prevention of calcium oxalate stones in the bladder, helping keep the urinary tract healthy, and reducing the chance of dog and cat UTI and urinary tract infection. Contains Cranberry extract that has been shown to enhance urinary tract health and help reduce dog and cat UTI symptoms. This versatile formula also contains essential fatty acids for skin and hair coat improvement. Formulated with a proprietary, highly palatable, chicken liver flavor base to ensure all pets readily consume the daily dose.

    • Granules:
      • Each scoop contains: Potassium Citrate (micro-encapsulated), Cranberry Extract (micro-encapsulated), Essential Fatty Acids
      • Suggested Dose: Measure out the daily dose and administer over the pet's food. Product may be mixed with food to ensure complete consumption.
        • Cats: Administer 1 scoop (5 grams) daily.
        • Dogs: Administer 1 scoop (5 grams) per 10 lbs daily. Do not exceed 30 grams (6 scoops) daily.
    May be used with a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAIDs), such as Rimadyl or Deramaxx.

    For Preventing Urinary Tract Infections:

    For Canine Daily Nutrition:
    Doc Roy's® POTASSIUM CITRATE + CRANBERRY is a dietary supplement for use in dogs and cats that is known to aid in the prevention of urinary stone formation. The cranberry extract has been shown to enhance urinary tract health and help prevent urinary tract infections.

    Doc Roy's® POTASSIUM CITRATE + CRANBERRY Ingredients: Potassium Citrate (micro-encapsulated), Cranberry Extract (micro-encapsulated), Essential Fatty Acids

    What do the ingredients do:
    • Potassium Citrate helps prevent calcium oxalate stones in the bladder. It also helps to treat painful arthritic conditions, eliminates waste from the blood and urine, and decreases the risk of other kidney diseases and medical conditions.
    • Cranberry Extract will support and maintain the healthy function of the urinary tract by preventing pathogenic bacteria from adhering to the urinary lining and colonizing. By preventing the colonization of these bacteria, the bugs will be excreted in the urine, which will result in preventing infection.
    • Essential fatty acids help move oxygen through the bloodstream to all parts of the body. They aid in cell membrane development, strength, and function, and are necessary for strong organs and tissues. Essential fatty acids also keep skin healthy, help prevent early aging, and helps the body process cholesterol.
    Analysis per 5 grams:
    Potassium Citrate
    300 mg
    Cranberry Extract
    50 mg
    Essential Fatty Acids
    423 mg

    Storage: Store at room temperature away from moisture, sunlight, and excessive heat.

    Cautions: Intended for use in dogs and cats only. Safe for use in pregnant animals. Always consult your veterinarian before using this product in animals with chronic medical conditions, such as a clotting disorder, diabetes, or urinary tract disease. Keep out of the reach of children and pets to prevent unwanted consumption.
    Overall Customer Rating of 6 Reviews:
    Boise, Idaho


    Thank you for the quick response on my purchase. I mix this with canned pumpkin and a little water.

    My Sheltie loves pumpkin. All dogs do. It's a great way to administer the potassium, and the pumpkin

    helps to fill him up so he eats less of his regular dry food. One cup pumpkin and 2 scoops of Doc Roy's

    is what my vet recommends, but see your vet first. This depends on their size. My dog had stones, and

    after the operation, I started the potassium per the vet's recommendation. Rex is much better now, and

    he's always very HAPPY!

    Excellent product. My dog has been on this for five years since his bladder stone surgery. So far, he has not had any problems with his bladder.


    Urinary stones

    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.


    Great Product

    I have a small dog that was having bladder & kidney problems. We had test run at the vet and they could not find stones or what was causing the problem. She had bloody urine several times. We finally found that when she was stressed this happened. We put her on this product and it has worked great. If she has a problem I just give her a little extra powder and it clears up. Love this product.


    Easy to administer

    I like using powdered supplements in my Himalayan Cattery as they mix in my cat's raw meat meals easily.

    The product was recommended to my by another Himalayan breeder who has 17 years of breeding experience. She told me she has been using this product every day for many years. She also shared that her cats have NEVER had any cats develop stones or block up.

    I have two problems with the product.

    1. My cats do not like the taste. I have to trick them into eating their breakfast containing this product by also adding yogurt to their meat.

    2. The size of the container is too small. The small little 300 grams size only last me 12 days and I even have a small cattery. The enclosed scoop holds 5g if my scale reads correctly. and I use a total of 25g a day. It disappears quicker when there are litters of kittens here in the cattery. It would certainly help folks that have multiple cats to have a larger size available and a price break on that larger size.



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