VetOne Vitamin K1 for Cats and Dogs 25 mg, 50 Chewable TabletsBy VetOne
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VetOne Vitamin K1 Chewable Pills include phytonadione and are tasty, chewable, beef-flavored tablets. Phytonadione counteracts the effects of hypoprothrombinemia caused by the consumption of coumarin-based chemicals (common ingredients of rodenticides that might interfere with Vitamin K metabolism) and some medicines (particularly salicylates). It's utilized as a follow-up treatment after receiving Vitamin K-1 injections or completing a hospital stay.
Who is VetOne Vitamin K1 for Cats and Dogs 25 mg, 50 Chewable Tablets for?
Dogs and cats weighing between 11 and 22lbs.
Why use VetOne Vitamin K1 for Cats and Dogs 25 mg, 50 Chewable Tablets?
Scored VetOne Vitamin K1 Chewable Tablets provide for precise and flexible administration. This easy-to-use, low-cost product has a delectable beef flavor that makes compliance a breeze. Hypoprothrombinemia, which commonly leads to bleeding, is treated with this useful product. It's a fantastic option for pets that have consumed rodent poisons by mistake.
How does VetOne Vitamin K1 for Cats and Dogs 25 mg, 50 Chewable Tablets work?
Vitamin K1 is used by an animal's body to make prothrombin. Blood clotting is dependent on prothrombin.
Phytonadione 25 mg
How is VetOne Vitamin K1 for Cats and Dogs 25 mg, 50 Chewable Tablets sold?
50 tablets of 25 mg strength
What special precautions are there?
Keep this product out of the reach of children or animals.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store VetOne Vitamin K1 for Cats and Dogs 25 mg, 50 Chewable Tablets?
Keep stored in a cool and dry environment at room temperature (59°-86°F). Keep away from direct sunlight.
Give it to your dog or cat as a treat or crumble it into their usual meal. It's important to keep track of how much you're administering.
Your pet should always be given the lowest possible dose to prevent adverse reactions. Frequency and dosage amounts are determined according to prothrombin time. Administer an oral dose of 2.5 to 5 mg for each kg of your pet's body weight. To administer a higher dose, give 1 tablet for each 11 pounds of your pet's body weight. For a lower dose, administer 1 tablet per 22 pounds.
Phytonadione 25 mg