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Azodyl

Azodyl

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NOTE: We ship Azodyl using special shipping that includes ice and thermal packaging. There will be a surcharge of $6 for shipping and a faster delivery method to ensure product quality.

However, we highly recommend choosing 'Express (1-2 days)' during checkout. We can't be responsible for carrier delays. If you have questions about your product that has arrived, please give us a call.

Description

Azodyl® is a breakthrough, non-prescription medication that helps support kidney health. Each coated Azodyl tablet contains a patented formula of beneficial bacteria that reduce toxin build up in the body.

  • Natural formula supports healthy kidney function
  • For dogs and cats
  • Fast acting, safe, and no side effects
  • Small capsules are easy to dose

The kidneys do critical work, filtering waste and toxins from the body. But if your dog or catís kidneys arenít functioning properly, then the kidneys could be damaged and other problems can occur. If your pet needs renal (kidney) support, talk to your veterinarian about Azodyl, a nutritional supplement that supports kidney function. The patented, naturally occurring beneficial bacteria in each Azdoyl capsule work to flush toxins out of the bowel and blood and slow further toxin build up in the body.

METHOD OF ACTION: Helps support normal function and health of kidneys

TREATMENT: This treatment is important for pets with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), which begins with azotemia. Azotemia occurs when nephrons decline and non-protein nitrogenous compounds build up, impairing the kidney's ability to filter and eliminate waste. Azodyl helps reduce azotemia and slows the progression of CKD. Azodyl is safe to use and is compatible with other therapies.

    Benefits Over Azodyl
  • Same amount of probiotic bacteria as the larger size capsules
  • In a 50% smaller capsule for easier administration
  • Ideal for small dogs and cats, but can be used in any size animal
  • Same enteric coated capsule as the larger size capsule
  • Same administration directions as the larger size capsule
  • Larger capsule count per bottle for long-term administration

Azodyl FAQ

Ingredients

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS PER CAPSULES:
S.thermophilus (KB19) 5x109cfu
Lacidophilus (KB27) 5x109cfu
B.longum (KB31) 5x109cfu

INACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Gellan gum, Hypromellose, Magnesium Stearate, Psyllium Husk, Titanium Dioxide.

Directions

Capsule should be administered whole and not opened or crushed. Administer at least one hour before the main meal. Allow free access to to fresh drinking water during administration.

For animals weighing less than 5lbs: Give 1 capsule daily
For animals weighing 5-10lbs: Give 2 capsules daily (1 capsule a.m., 1 capsule p.m.)
For animals weighing more than 10lbs: Give 3 capsules daily (2 capsules a.m., 1 capsule p.m.)

WARNINGS: For animal use only. Keep out of the reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately.

CAUTIONS: Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animal's condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian.

FAQ

Azodyl® is a brand name for a probiotic supplement used to support kidney health in cats and dogs that have kidney disease.

Dietary supplements are substances that can be used to supplement the diet, such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids, herbs, botanicals, enzymes, and probiotics. While many supplements are sold over the counter, they still contain ingredients that have biological effects that should be managed by your veterinarian. Follow your veterinarianís directions and cautions very carefully as their directions may be significantly different from those on the label.

There are differences in how countries regulate supplements. In the United States, these substances are not as vigorously regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as other medications, which means they can be sold without the manufacturer proving their effectiveness and safety, and without a guarantee of consistent or accurately reported ingredients. In Canada, products that have been evaluated for quality, safety, and effectiveness by Health Canada and authorized for sale will have a license number on the label.

Azodyl® works by adding nitrogen-consuming bacteria to the intestines. These bacteria break down the increased waste products resulting from the kidneyís impaired ability to eliminate them.
Limited studies involving rats, cats, and pigs have found positive results, however other studies have contradicted these results in cats and dogs. Therefore, a treatment trial would be recommended to evaluate effectiveness on a case by case basis.
Azodyl® is given by mouth in the form of a capsule. It may be given with or without food. Do not open or crush the capsules; give each capsule whole.
If you miss a dose, give it when you remember, but if it is close to the time for the next dose, skip the dose you missed and give it at the next scheduled time, and return to the regular dosing schedule. Never give your pet two doses at once or give extra doses.
Side effects with Azodyl® are rare. Notify your veterinarian if you notice anything unusual while your pet is on this supplement. There are no known risk factors for using Azodyl®.
There are no known drug interactions with Azodyl®; however, vitamins, herbal therapies, and supplements have the potential to interact with each other, as well as with prescription and over the counter medications. It is important to tell your veterinarian about any medications (including all vitamins, supplements, or herbal therapies) that your pet is taking.
There is no specific monitoring that needs to be done while your pet is taking this medication. Your veterinarian may monitor your pet to be sure that the medication is working.
Store this supplement in the refrigerator.
If you suspect an overdose or an adverse reaction to the medication, call your veterinary office immediately. If they are not available, follow their directions in contacting an emergency facility.

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