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Decreases the chance of painful urinary stone formation
Tasty liver and roast beef flavor
Available without a prescription
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.

  • The Dr said to continue giving Nittany it because it is working.
    It took a little while to figure the best way for Nittany to eat it, but once we did he has licked the bowl clean. by on 06/14/2016
  • Small Dog with Calcium Oxalate Crystals/Stones
    My toy poodle has been on Canine U/D by Science Diet for years--ever since we rescued him! He's now 10 years old and it didn't seem to be working for him anymore, I was noticing blood in his urine and he was having the telltale potty accidents in the house (and he's been potty trained for years). Went to research on the Internet and found out that U/D is a TERRIBLE diet and should only be used for a little while (Vet prescribed for LIFE) during a bout with the problem. I've recently started feeding a cooked food diet for dogs with calcium oxalate uroliths and supplement his diet of meat/grains/veg with this product (and a few other supplements). Initially was only using the cranberry softgels, Kyoto mumefural softgels and D-Mannose capsules...but the addition of THIS supplement is what did the trick. My dog's urine is clear now and he seems much happier! Only a week on this and he's doing MUCH better! I'm thrilled! by on 04/06/2013
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