Epakitin
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Epakitin

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  • Give 1 gram per 5 kg weight given orally in the morning and the evening. One level spoonful (provided) contains 1 gram Epakitin.

What is Epakitin for Cats and Dogs?

  • Epakitin is a chitosan-based phosphate binder that supports normal function and health of the kidneys in cats and dogs.
  • Chitosan may help reduce kidney damage by limiting the absorption of phosphorous in the body.

Why do cats and dogs use Epakitin?

  • Cats and dogs with chronic renal disease may benefit from the nutritional support provided by Epakitin.
  • Helps reduce kidney damage due to renal disease.
  • Features naturally derived chitosan.
  • Convenient powder can be added to food.

What else should I know about Epakitin?

  • Scoop included.
  • Scoop in 60 g and 180 g container holds 1 gram of powder.
  • Scoop in 300 g container holds 2.5 grams of powder.

What problems could my dog or cat have with Epakitin?

  • If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian.
  • Federal law prohibits the off-label use of this product in ruminants.

How do you use Epakitin?

  • Give as directed by your veterinarian.
  • Manufacturer's suggested use: Give 1 g / 5 kg body weight by mouth in the morning and the evening.
  • One level spoonful (provided) contains 1 gram of Epakitin (60 g and 180 g).
  • One level spoonful (provided) contains 2.5 grams of Epakitin (300 g).

What is in Epakitin?

  • Active ingredients per 1 gram scoop (60 g and 180 g) powder: Calcium Carbonate 100 mg, Chitosan 80 mg.
  • Active ingredients per 2.5 gram scoop (300 g) powder: Calcium Carbonate 250 mg, Chitosan 200 mg.
  • Inactive ingredients: Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Lactose.

Will I get what I see in the picture?

  • Epakitin is a brand name. You will receive the exact brand that you request.

Is it important for my dog or cat to finish all of the Epakitin?

  • Dogs and cats may use Epakitin for different lengths of time. Please consult your veterinarian if you have any questions.