Since my vet put my corgi on this medication I have been looking for the best price. This is it.
by michevecox on 07/12/2016
My baby is on 4 medications for seizures and that can get very expensive not to mention prescription dog food. By joining the Pet Care Plus I can get her food and one of her meds, the potassium bromide, from Pet Care RX for about 1/2 the price than the vet. Her other meds are human seizure pills and as far as I can tell Pet Care RX does not sell those. I wish they did!! They get her prescription for me from her vet and ship it quick. I have had no problems at all from Pet Care RX.
by Abbysmom1 on 05/05/2016
My dog has epilepsy and has seizures 1-4 times a month. He loves the taste and thinks it's a treat. The tablets are scored in both directions and are easy to break into halves or quarters.
by henhenk on 05/02/2016
Our dog has been taking K-bro vet for about 4 months, and his seizures have been very well controlled. He was on phenobarbital for 4 years with poor control. The K-pro vet is less expensive as well. However, our dog has experienced some side effects from the med, including strange behavior such as walking in circles, wanting to go outside frequently, decreased appetite, and increased barking. The symptoms seem to be diminishing some as he adjusts to the med.
by Gibby on 04/06/2016
PetRX has saved me tons of money already. After becoming a PetPlus member I receive my dogs seizure medicine for $20 a month. My local vet was charging me over $90 for the same thing. It is a prescription only medication so you have to have your vets information so PetRx can get authorization to fill the prescription. My vet even authorized some refills thru PetRx which made it easy to refill the medication after the inital fill. I have been very pleased with this company's product and customer service.
by Weimers07 on 02/13/2016
My peke has epilepsy. I switched him from phenobarbital to zonisimide and potassium bromide. He went from having cluster siezures every 2-3 months to being seizure free for over a year!
by Missmichelle1820 on 09/12/2015
We have used it for years after Phenobarbital use did damage to Niko. He rarely has seizures.
by SusieQ40 on 08/20/2015
This is part of an medication regimen for Sam, my Lab, and it's working well.
by John0318 on 01/29/2015
My vet put our dog on Potassium Bromide when his seizures starting getting closer together. He's been on it for maybe 6 months. For now the Potassium Bromide seems to be doing an okay job. Although it's "liver" flavored my dog doesn't like the taste.
by pbandj on 09/17/2014