Reviews for Cobalequin Vitamin B12

Cobalequin vitamin B12 at VetrxDirect

Every day at VetRxDirect we hear from customers about their favorite products for their pets. We’ve been hearing a lot about the Cobalequin Vitamin B12 supplement.

Cobalequin is a chewable vitamin B12 supplement for dogs and cats. It is commonly used to help increase and maintain levels of vitamin B12 in animals with deficiency, anemia, pancreatic insufficiency, and other medical conditions. Cobalequin also helps replace nutrients missing from your dog or catโ€™s regular diet. Learn more about Vitamin B12 on our other blog.

The Cobalequin vitamin B12 formula is a recent favorite among cat and dog owners. Check out what other pet parents are saying about it. Weโ€™ve included some reviews for Cobalequin straight from our website.

Reviews for Cobalequin Vitamin B12

⭐⭐⭐⭐Good to help with IBD in cats
Submittedย By Anthony ✅Verified Buyer

Our cat loves it and it helps with his inflammatory bowel disease. Helps him to absorb nutrients from food, apparently, and he loves the taste.

⭐⭐⭐⭐Healthy & Yummy too!
By Catherine ✅Verified Buyer

Our dog Cricket has PLE as well as Stage 3 Lymphoma. She takes Cobalequin each and every day. Cobalequin is great! First of all, now that she has been taking it, Cricket hasn’t had to have vitamin injections at the veterinarian any more, but also – she just loves taking her tasty and chewable Cobalequin pill. It’s a treat for her that she gets with her breakfast each morning!

⭐⭐⭐⭐I will buy this product again!
Submitted By Susie ✅Verified Buyer

My vet recommended this product for my 15 year old shih tzu with anemia and chronic kidney disease. She seems to be doing well taking it. I crush the pills and sprinkle on her food. I would recommend this product!

⭐⭐⭐⭐The best B12 supplement
Submitted By Debbie ✅Verified BuyerThis pill is easy to crush and sprinkle over my cat’s food. I highly recommend if your pet needs a B12 supplement. I had the choice between B12 pills or B12 injections. Given my cat is FIV+ I didn’t want to subject him to needle pokes and I didn’t want to “pill him”. The vet said it could be crushed and it works perfectly! I sprinkle it over his dry food and he eats it right up. It also has a beefy smell to it my cat seems to love!