V.E.T. Pharmaceuticals Vitamin K1 25 mg, 50 Chewable TabletsBy V.E.T. Pharmaceuticals
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Vitamin K1 by V.E.T. Pharmaceuticals is a supplement that helps to prevent interference in Vitamin K1 metabolism. It's an ideal method for treating pets who have consumed rodent poisons by accident.
Who is V.E.T. Pharmaceuticals Vitamin K1 25 mg, 50 Chewable Tablets for?
Dogs and cats.
Why use V.E.T. Pharmaceuticals Vitamin K1 25 mg, 50 Chewable Tablets?
Vitamin K1 Chewable Pills from V.E.T. Pharmaceuticals are easy-to-take tablets that help to prevent hypoprothrombinemia, which is known to enhance bleeding risk. It's usually given to pets after they've consumed rodent pesticide by accident.
How does V.E.T. Pharmaceuticals Vitamin K1 25 mg, 50 Chewable Tablets work?
Vitamin K1 is used by the animal's body to make prothrombin, a blood-clotting protein.
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Phytonadione (Vitamin K-1), Whey, Sucrose, Cellulose, Liver Powder, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Stearic Acid, Silicon Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate, and Iron Oxide.
How is V.E.T. Pharmaceuticals Vitamin K1 25 mg, 50 Chewable Tablets sold?
50 chewable tablets in 25 mg strength
What special precautions are there?
Pets may develop transient resistance to an anticoagulant with prothrombin-depressing properties after receiving a significant dosage of Vitamin K1. If you don't see any changes, the condition might not be sensitive to Vitamin K1. Heparin's anticoagulant effects are not counteracted by phytonadione. Prior to treatment, see a veterinarian and carefully follow their advice.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store V.E.T. Pharmaceuticals Vitamin K1 25 mg, 50 Chewable Tablets?
Store product between the temperatures of 15°-30°C (59°-86°F)
Cats and dogs with hypoprothrombinemia should be given 2.5 mg to 5 mg per kg of body weight daily, as needed, for 3 weeks or less. This equates to 1 tablet for every 11 to 22 pounds, depending on the dosage needed. Dosage and frequency should be based upon prothrombin time testing. The lowest dose should always be administered for a lower risk of side effects.
Orally, provide 2.5 to 5 milligrams per kilogram of body weight (1 tablet for every 11 pounds of body weight for a higher dose, or 1 tablet for every 22 pounds of body weight for a lower dose). Give it to them for no more than weeks.. Prothrombin time should be used to determine the dosage and frequency of dosing. To limit the chance of adverse effects, choose the lowest possible effective dose.