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Vetoquinol Epakitin Pet Antioxidant Nutritional Supplements, 300gm

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  • Safely and effectively supports kidney function
  • Great-tasting, easy-to-administer powder
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Epakitin, a new nutritional supplement from Vetoquinol USA, Inc., safely and effectively supports kidney function and helps slow down the progression of chronic kidney disease. Helps pets feel better and live longer. Great-tasting, easy-to-administer powder. Can be used alone, mixed with regular food or in combination with a prescription renal diet. In animals with CRF, (Chronic Renal Failure) it is recommended to use a low phosphorus diet.


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  • Product Dimensions: 3.6 x 3.3 x 3.5 inches ; 10.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000KKOMSG
  • Item model number: 822305
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,492 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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99 of 109 people found the following review helpful By Laurie on November 4, 2008
I wrote a review on Epakatin and Azodyl but recently came across another product which I found was more successful than these products: Ubiquinol CoQ10. I am not recommending a brand because I want you to know that this submission is genuine.. I was so excited by my good news that I had to update my review and discuss my Ubiquinol CoQ10 experience (because I know you all have cats and dogs who you want to save/buy time)....

Folks: Ubiquinol CoQ10 was suggested to me by the Mrg of a vitamin store. I was formerly using Azodyl and Epakatin on my cat with good results. I use Ubiquinol CoQ10 myself because I have cardiomyopathy and tire easily. I took 500mg daily and noticed within weeks I was having more and more energy, my skin looked 10 years younger and my metabolism sped up a tiny bit. Coq10 strengthens the muscles of the heart (via the cells). Then I heard it could be used for renal failure in humans... I have a cat with the beginnings of renal failure so I spoke with my vet and told him I was putting my 14 pound cat on it. My vet had the old bloodwork so I followed up with him 1 month later and my cats creatine levels went down from 3.8 to 3.0!!!!!! I had my cat on 30mg of Ubiquinol Coq10. UBIQUINOL COQ10 IS INCREDIBLE. I AM NOT JOKING! PHOSPHORUS was also in check too! So much so that my Vet called me and wanted to know my dosage! He is now going to put his dogs and cats who have renal and heart problems on this. THIS IS INCREDIBLE NEWS AND I WANTED YOU ALL TO KNOW IT WAS UBIQUINOL COQ10 THAT DID THIS. I'm very pleased. I hope this buys you more time with your babies as it has for me... I hope this news blesses you...

UPDATE: 2/2/11

FOLKS, MY CATS CREATINE LEVEL HAS DROPPED TO 2.6 SINCE THIS LAST REVIEW. PHOSPHORUS IS COMPLETELY IN CHECK.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By P. McFarland on August 4, 2011
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My vet recommended the use of Epakitin for my 15 yr old cat who is in Chronic Renal Failure (CRF). Her kidneys had gone bad very quickly, which is typical of the disease, and we brought her back from the brink with 72 hour intravenous fluid therapy. My vet told me that her kidneys had been badly damaged. That was almost a year ago. I give her subcutaneous fluids every other day, feed her K/D food and add Epakitin to her food once in the morning and once at night. The real test came when we had to rush her to the emergency vet because of a bad UTI (unrelated to her kidney disease). He ran bloodwork, and when he saw the kidney values, he said to me, "you have her on Epakitin, don't you?". Her numbers were so good, he knew that she had to be on a binder. So as far as I am concerned, this is critical to keeping what is left of her kidneys functioning as best as they can. Don't get me wrong, I think there are a lot of factors, like the fluid therapy and special diet, but when a vet can tell that the binder is working from the bloodwork, you have to become a believer! I would highly recommend this to anyone with a CRF kitty.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Auntie JoJo on January 19, 2009
I buy this for my cat and just give a small amount per feeding. I bought the larger container for the cost. Beware: The smaller container comes with a smaller spoon. The 300 gram container comes with a bigger spoon. I was glad to have kept the smaller spoon!
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By T K ECKELBERRY on January 7, 2010
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Yoda is a big, black, fat cat - he started to get matted fur on his back, his skin was dry and he was tired all the time. He had even gotten to where he was trying to hide to be alone.

The vet diagnosed kidney disease and told us to start using Epakitin.
Within days of starting on the product, this 12-yr old cat was back to his old food begging, mouse hunting, sprawled out on the sofa self.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By C. Tyler on February 5, 2015
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The last batch of this I ordered was amazing and really did seem to help my kitty, so when I ran out I simply went into my account and "re-ordered" the same item. When it arrived I noticed that container was slightly different but didn't think anything of it and opened it and used it in my kitty's food as normal. Within minutes of eating my cat was drinking water like crazy and then became violently ill. I was terrified and thought I might have to rush him to the emergency vet, but after throwing up several times it seemed as though he'd gotten it out of his system and was feeling better. It was too much of a coincidence so I fished the old empty container out of the trash and compared the formula labels. The formula on this one is different from what I was previously using. And not just a little different but a LOT, as you can see from the picture I've included. ARE YOU KIDDING ME??!!! IS THIS EVEN LEGAL??!! I am grateful my kitty is ok now but I am extremely angry. I'm returning the item for a refund and will be investigating this matter further...
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Suzy Myers on April 1, 2014
It is so important to give Epakitin, Azodly and daily Sub Q fluids if your pet has kidney failure. You will see the difference overnight if you follow this daily routine.
Please try not to let a vet intimidate you into thinking that you must buy prescription food because the dog food companies have convinced him it's the only way to feed. We have all learned to feed ourselves, yes? Feeding a pet a homemade diet is not complicated. It will save you money in the long run. I provide a simple diet of about 1/3 boneless chicken thighs WITH SKIN or high fat beef or salmon with skin, 1/3 white glutinous rice, small amount of sweet potato, winter squash or green beans. I add 3 cooked,mashed egg whites daily ( no yolk) for my kidney dog who weighs 30 pounds , as egg whites are the best form of protein with very little phosphorus. Protein is NOT a problem- high phosphorus is a big problem, so you have to give cooked egg whites and some meat, along with the carbs and low sodium. Do rotate the protein but avoid liver and organs as they are very high in phosphorus.
Do not give bones to kidney dogs ( high in phosphorus) and do not cook meat with bone. The ONLY treats are a couple of animal crackers or vanilla wafers. NO commercial pet treats...most are junk, some have been the cause of kidney failure.
If you dog rejects veggies or egg whites,put these all in the blender so it has the consistency of baby food, add no sodium chicken bouillon for flavor. I sprinkle half of the meat on the top of the veggies to get my dog to eat the veggies and eggs. I know she will eat all the meat so I sprinkle the supplements on just the meat
Go the the k9kidneydiet group on yahoo if you want to get good diet and supplement information...this group helped me ask my vet the right questions.
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