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PS17
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It works and try EZ IV Harness for fluids
Our cats blood test numbers have improved since starting Azodyl. We give fluids everyday and we’re struggling since my husband and I both had to be there to do the fluids. But I found EZ IV Harness and this great invention lets us give fluids on our own without 2 people. I recommend it and using a pressure infusion bag and a hanging scale to measure grams of fluid given. So you can lower the bag closer to your cat or dog but still have fast flow. My cat Lola will be 17 years old next year. And Azodyl really improves her skin and coat as well.
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Patty 74
Posted 10 months ago
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Azodyl makes a difference
Our cat is in stage 1 kidney failure our veterinarian put him on azodyl after blood work etc. At first hard to get it into him but found pill pockets work .we are seeing the difference already .we are also giving him IV fluids every other day he has a follow up appt.in 2weeks we are hoping we can cut back on fluids .I recommend this product my cat is approx. 12 .rescue.
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kristen
Posted 11 months ago
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petmeds is the BEST !! AZODYL really workS!!!
first petmeds.com is the best !! If you ever have a problem they will do what it takes to mae it right. AZODYL really works. labs are done on my cat monthly and there wasnt a change till i started this within 1 month her creatinine levels deceased from 6.0 to 4.4 my cat is doing awesome
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Posted 1 year ago
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Works great!
My 8 year old Tort/Tab was diagnosed with kidney disease and on RC Renal Support D food and subcutaneous fluid for eight months at which time we were unable to restrain her for. We stopped it and started Azodyl. That was two years ago this month. She's doing so great. I called the Mfg for administration instruction. Was told I could give a teaspoon of baby food chicken. Now I put the capsule on her plate with just a half teaspoon and she gobbles it up. I also put a cap of water from a water bottle on her food and heat the food, which the vet said makes it more aromatic. She's pretty thin, so vet said could give her Nutracal for added calories.
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Judyb2018
Posted 1 year ago
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I started using Azodyl for my 12 year old Yorkshire Terrier 7 or 8 months ago. At the time her creatinine was 2.5 and the vet had me giving her fluid under her skin. The vet really didn't think she would live a lot longer. I stopped the fluid because it was upsetting my yorkie. And I stopped checking her labs. I didn't see the point in checking if there was no treatment besides giving fluid every other day. I continues giving the Azodyl. My girl had her annual checkup yesterday and her kidney function is back to normal. While I can't say with 100% accuracy it is due to the Azodyl, I can definately say she is better and I will continue giving her the Azodyl.
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Jillf
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Amazing!!
I wanted to write a review for people like me who have cats that are incredibly difficult to give pills. I have not yet taken my cat back in for blood work after we started this product, but I know it’s making a difference even without blood work because I can clearly see a dramatic change in him since we added Azodyl. He also takes Epakitin and is on renal food. I spent hours online researching before buying Azodyl because I was really concerned about spending this kind of money on something that I wasn’t going to be able to get down my cats throat. Not only is the product expensive, but because it contains live bacteria and must be refrigerated, it must come next day air which is expensive. For the first dose I opened the pill and added it with a very small amount of wet food, as was one of the recommendations I saw (and then wait an hour before your cat eats a main meal). This worked great, telling me that it was palatable, but since the product needs to get into the intestines before it works, and my cat is a grazer, I was concerned that the medicine wasn’t getting where it needed to fast enough, since his stomach is never really empty except in the morning. Then I came across a site that said the manufacturer suggested mixing it with a very small amount, no more than a teaspoon, of cream cheese, cream, full fat yogurt, or high fat cat food (like the prescription renal foods). I happened to have cream cheese and before opening the pill to mix, I actually tried coating the pill in a small amount of cream cheese. AMAZING! My cat gobbled it right up. He will also take it in pill pockets and this is a cat who notoriously spit out medications in pill pockets in the past. So for those of you, like me, that are very reluctant to give this product a try because you’re concerned your cat won’t eat it, I don’t think it has an odor or bad taste to it which helps it’s palatability. Also, I saw some reviews about the size of the pills. They used to be pretty large, from one of the sites that I found, but they’re much smaller now.
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LauraChim
Posted 2 years ago
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Is saving our older cat!!!
On Dec 1 after getting a blood test for our 15 year old cat our vet told us he had kidney disease- his creatine was 3.6, BUN was 74 and phosphorus was 7 (normal). We were heartbroken. He prescribed our Jets azodyl as well as a blood pressure med called amlodopine since his BP was a bit high and he said the med would help protect his kidney, since having high BP can really hurt the kidney. 10 days later we came back for a recheck and his creatine dropped to 2.7, BUN was 57 and phosphorus was still 7. We were very happy with his progress after the 10 days. Our vet said we could wait another 3-4 months before having another blood test, but our jets also had hyperthyroidism and we like to test him often to make sure everything is under control. So 5 weeks later on 1/14 we had his blood work done again. This time, his creatine dropped to 2.0, BUN 38 and phosphorus 5.4. Needless to say, we were VERY VERY grateful. These numbers came after 6.5 weeks on the treatment of azodyl and amlodopine. We have since added subcu fluids every 3 days as the vet said this would help his kidneys. We have done these fluids with our other cats who had this illness, so we were aware how helpful they can be. All in all, we are so grateful to have been told about the azodyl. It is expensive but it’s well worth it. Some people on here have said “oh it’s just a probiotic” and yes it is, but after talking more with the vet and doing lots of reading, the azodyl actually helps to redirect things around the kidney to the liver, putting less stress on a cats kidneys. We saw the proof in our own cat now (we have also used it in success with our other kidney cat)— so I highly recommend it! You have nothing to lose and if it doesn’t work, it doesn’t work— but at least you can say you tried. Our cat isn’t just a pet, he is a family member.
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KristyJ
Posted 2 years ago
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Lifesaver for our pup!
About a month ago, our dog came into the vet with a multitude of issues, elevated kidney levels (BUN: 65, CREA: 3.4, Phos: 7.8). We were incredibly concerned that we were going to be facing kidney failure. The vet prescribed Azodyl and Epakatin, and a diet for renal care and diabetes (he was diagnosed with diabetes at the same time). We rechecked a few days ago (March 27th) and his kidney levels had all dropped significantly! His BUN was now 13, his Creatnine fell to 1.1, and Phos was at 3.2. We'll definitely be using this product for life!
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Amanda
Posted 2 weeks ago
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Hi there. My dog just passed and had used Azodyl. Can I give my still healthy five year old dog azodyl As preventative even though his bloodowrk shows his kidneys are ok?
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Kanesmom19
Posted 3 weeks ago
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I'm just starting this for my dog and I have capsules to put it in but he chews all his food. What happens if he chews this?
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Animalpal
Posted 4 weeks ago
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Does this ship with ice pack?
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Yes. I just received mine yesterday. Ships overnight delivery, in a styrofoam cooler with ice packs.
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Melissa
Posted 3 weeks ago
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Yes. I just received mine yesterday. Ships overnight delivery, in a styrofoam cooler with ice packs.
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Melissa
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Kathy
Posted 4 weeks ago
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Are there any side effects such as nausea? 12 lb cat
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Cindi
Posted 2 months ago
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How big are the capsules as I have a small 10 lb 16 year old Pomeranian/Terrier with a heart murmur, pncreatittus, liver and renal concerns ?
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They are small. My 7.5lb cat has no issue with them.
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Melisaa
Posted 3 weeks ago
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They are very small
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Sher
Posted 2 months ago
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I would like to order Azodyl but, I know this product must stay cold. Do you ship Azodyl with ice packs? 
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It’s shipped overnight delivery in a styrofoam cooler with ice packs. Just got my order yesterday
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Melissa
Posted 3 weeks ago
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KidneyCatMom
Posted 3 months ago
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If purchased today, what would be the expiration date on the bottle?
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Thank you for your question. The current expiration date for this product is 10/30/2022.
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Crystal RPTechnician
Posted 3 months ago
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Winnie
Posted 3 months ago
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My vet tells me to give Azodyl to my renal impaired cat on empty stomach. How long do I have to wait as before and after food?
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I would ask your vet. I’ve read that it can be given with or without food.
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Melissa
Posted 3 weeks ago
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Thank you for your question. You can give Azodyl 1 hour before or 2 hours after food.
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What is Azodyl?

Azodyl is a nutritional supplement for cats and dogs that reduces azotemia, an increased concentration of compounds that impair the kidneys' ability to filter and eliminate waste. This effective formula contains Kibow Biotics [E. thermophilus (KB 19), L. acidophilus (KB 27), B. longum (KB 31), psyllium husk]. Azodyl requires refrigeration and must be kept at refrigerator temperatures at all times. To ensure proper temperature, Azodyl requires overnight shipping at an additional cost.

For:

Cats and Dogs

Benefits:

  • Breakthrough product that focuses on the reduction of toxin buildup in the blood
  • Supports continued healthy kidney function
  • No reported side effects - can be safely used with conventional renal failure treatments
  • Helps pets feel better in as little as 48 hours

How does Azodyl work?

Azodyl is a patented formulation of naturally-occurring beneficial bacteria that metabolizes and flushes out uremic toxins that have diffused into the bowel. It supports kidney function by providing natural enteric dialysis and slows down uremic toxin buildup in the blood to help prevent further kidney damage.

Cautions:

The Azodyl capsules should be given whole, not opened or crushed. Also allow easy access to fresh water during administration. Azodyl is a refrigerated item, so it requires overnight shipping at an additional cost. This medication is for pet use in dogs and cats only. Administration can be for the life of your pet.

Azodyl Directions:

  • Azodyl is a nutritional supplement for supporting renal (kidney) function in dogs and cats.
  • Azodyl is a new, breakthrough bacterial product for the reduction of azotemia in dogs and cats.
  • Azodyl must be kept in the refrigerator when not being used.
Tip:

Azodyl capsules should be given whole and not opened or crushed. If necessary, administer the capsule with a piece of your pet's favorite food, treat, or with a pill pocket. Keep plenty of water available for your pet to drink.

Azodyl Dosage:

Azodyl Dosage for Cats
Weight Dosage
Up to 5 lbs Give 1 capsule daily
5-10 lbs Give 2 capsules daily (1 in the AM and 1 in the PM)
Over 10 lbs Give 3 capsules daily (2 in the AM and 1 in the PM)
Azosyl Dosage for Dogs
Weight Dosage
Up to 5 lbs Give 1 capsule daily
5-10 lbs Give 2 capsules daily (1 in the AM and 1 in the PM)
Over 10 lbs Give 3 capsules daily (2 in the AM and 1 in the PM)
Azodyl Dosage for Horses
Horses
Do not use!

Storage:

Store Azodyl in the refrigerator.

Azodyl Ingredients:

Azodyl Capsules
Active Ingredients (per capsule)
[Kilbow Biotics [E. thermophilus (KB 19), L. acidophilus (KB 27), B. longum (KB 31), Psyllium husk].

What is Azodyl?

Azodyl is a nutritional supplement for cats and dogs that reduces azotemia, an increased concentration of compounds that impair the kidneys' ability to filter and eliminate waste. This effective formula contains Kibow Biotics [E. thermophilus (KB 19), L. acidophilus (KB 27), B. longum (KB 31), psyllium husk]. Azodyl requires refrigeration and must be kept at refrigerator temperatures at all times. To ensure proper temperature, Azodyl requires overnight shipping at an additional cost.

For:

Cats and Dogs

Benefits:

  • Breakthrough product that focuses on the reduction of toxin buildup in the blood
  • Supports continued healthy kidney function
  • No reported side effects - can be safely used with conventional renal failure treatments
  • Helps pets feel better in as little as 48 hours

How does Azodyl work?

Azodyl is a patented formulation of naturally-occurring beneficial bacteria that metabolizes and flushes out uremic toxins that have diffused into the bowel. It supports kidney function by providing natural enteric dialysis and slows down uremic toxin buildup in the blood to help prevent further kidney damage.

Cautions:

The Azodyl capsules should be given whole, not opened or crushed. Also allow easy access to fresh water during administration. Azodyl is a refrigerated item, so it requires overnight shipping at an additional cost. This medication is for pet use in dogs and cats only. Administration can be for the life of your pet.

Azodyl Directions:

  • Azodyl is a nutritional supplement for supporting renal (kidney) function in dogs and cats.
  • Azodyl is a new, breakthrough bacterial product for the reduction of azotemia in dogs and cats.
  • Azodyl must be kept in the refrigerator when not being used.
Tip:

Azodyl capsules should be given whole and not opened or crushed. If necessary, administer the capsule with a piece of your pet's favorite food, treat, or with a pill pocket. Keep plenty of water available for your pet to drink.

Azodyl Dosage:

Azodyl Dosage for Cats
Weight Dosage
Up to 5 lbs Give 1 capsule daily
5-10 lbs Give 2 capsules daily (1 in the AM and 1 in the PM)
Over 10 lbs Give 3 capsules daily (2 in the AM and 1 in the PM)
Azosyl Dosage for Dogs
Weight Dosage
Up to 5 lbs Give 1 capsule daily
5-10 lbs Give 2 capsules daily (1 in the AM and 1 in the PM)
Over 10 lbs Give 3 capsules daily (2 in the AM and 1 in the PM)
Azodyl Dosage for Horses
Horses
Do not use!

Storage:

Store Azodyl in the refrigerator.

Azodyl Ingredients:

Azodyl Capsules
Active Ingredients (per capsule)
[Kilbow Biotics [E. thermophilus (KB 19), L. acidophilus (KB 27), B. longum (KB 31), Psyllium husk].
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PS17
Posted 3 months ago
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It works and try EZ IV Harness for fluids
Our cats blood test numbers have improved since starting Azodyl. We give fluids everyday and we’re struggling since my husband and I both had to be there to do the fluids. But I found EZ IV Harness and this great invention lets us give fluids on our own without 2 people. I recommend it and using a pressure infusion bag and a hanging scale to measure grams of fluid given. So you can lower the bag closer to your cat or dog but still have fast flow. My cat Lola will be 17 years old next year. And Azodyl really improves her skin and coat as well.
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Patty 74
Posted 10 months ago
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Breed Siamese
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Azodyl makes a difference
Our cat is in stage 1 kidney failure our veterinarian put him on azodyl after blood work etc. At first hard to get it into him but found pill pockets work .we are seeing the difference already .we are also giving him IV fluids every other day he has a follow up appt.in 2weeks we are hoping we can cut back on fluids .I recommend this product my cat is approx. 12 .rescue.
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kristen
Posted 11 months ago
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petmeds is the BEST !! AZODYL really workS!!!
first petmeds.com is the best !! If you ever have a problem they will do what it takes to mae it right. AZODYL really works. labs are done on my cat monthly and there wasnt a change till i started this within 1 month her creatinine levels deceased from 6.0 to 4.4 my cat is doing awesome
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Cat lover
Posted 1 year ago
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Breed Tabby/Tortoise
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Works great!
My 8 year old Tort/Tab was diagnosed with kidney disease and on RC Renal Support D food and subcutaneous fluid for eight months at which time we were unable to restrain her for. We stopped it and started Azodyl. That was two years ago this month. She's doing so great. I called the Mfg for administration instruction. Was told I could give a teaspoon of baby food chicken. Now I put the capsule on her plate with just a half teaspoon and she gobbles it up. I also put a cap of water from a water bottle on her food and heat the food, which the vet said makes it more aromatic. She's pretty thin, so vet said could give her Nutracal for added calories.
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Judyb2018
Posted 1 year ago
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Breed Yorkshire Terrier
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I started using Azodyl for my 12 year old Yorkshire Terrier 7 or 8 months ago. At the time her creatinine was 2.5 and the vet had me giving her fluid under her skin. The vet really didn't think she would live a lot longer. I stopped the fluid because it was upsetting my yorkie. And I stopped checking her labs. I didn't see the point in checking if there was no treatment besides giving fluid every other day. I continues giving the Azodyl. My girl had her annual checkup yesterday and her kidney function is back to normal. While I can't say with 100% accuracy it is due to the Azodyl, I can definately say she is better and I will continue giving her the Azodyl.
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Jillf
Posted 2 years ago
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Amazing!!
I wanted to write a review for people like me who have cats that are incredibly difficult to give pills. I have not yet taken my cat back in for blood work after we started this product, but I know it’s making a difference even without blood work because I can clearly see a dramatic change in him since we added Azodyl. He also takes Epakitin and is on renal food. I spent hours online researching before buying Azodyl because I was really concerned about spending this kind of money on something that I wasn’t going to be able to get down my cats throat. Not only is the product expensive, but because it contains live bacteria and must be refrigerated, it must come next day air which is expensive. For the first dose I opened the pill and added it with a very small amount of wet food, as was one of the recommendations I saw (and then wait an hour before your cat eats a main meal). This worked great, telling me that it was palatable, but since the product needs to get into the intestines before it works, and my cat is a grazer, I was concerned that the medicine wasn’t getting where it needed to fast enough, since his stomach is never really empty except in the morning. Then I came across a site that said the manufacturer suggested mixing it with a very small amount, no more than a teaspoon, of cream cheese, cream, full fat yogurt, or high fat cat food (like the prescription renal foods). I happened to have cream cheese and before opening the pill to mix, I actually tried coating the pill in a small amount of cream cheese. AMAZING! My cat gobbled it right up. He will also take it in pill pockets and this is a cat who notoriously spit out medications in pill pockets in the past. So for those of you, like me, that are very reluctant to give this product a try because you’re concerned your cat won’t eat it, I don’t think it has an odor or bad taste to it which helps it’s palatability. Also, I saw some reviews about the size of the pills. They used to be pretty large, from one of the sites that I found, but they’re much smaller now.
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LauraChim
Posted 2 years ago
Posted 2 years ago
Breed Maine coon/Turkish Angora, and 2 domestic
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Is saving our older cat!!!
On Dec 1 after getting a blood test for our 15 year old cat our vet told us he had kidney disease- his creatine was 3.6, BUN was 74 and phosphorus was 7 (normal). We were heartbroken. He prescribed our Jets azodyl as well as a blood pressure med called amlodopine since his BP was a bit high and he said the med would help protect his kidney, since having high BP can really hurt the kidney. 10 days later we came back for a recheck and his creatine dropped to 2.7, BUN was 57 and phosphorus was still 7. We were very happy with his progress after the 10 days. Our vet said we could wait another 3-4 months before having another blood test, but our jets also had hyperthyroidism and we like to test him often to make sure everything is under control. So 5 weeks later on 1/14 we had his blood work done again. This time, his creatine dropped to 2.0, BUN 38 and phosphorus 5.4. Needless to say, we were VERY VERY grateful. These numbers came after 6.5 weeks on the treatment of azodyl and amlodopine. We have since added subcu fluids every 3 days as the vet said this would help his kidneys. We have done these fluids with our other cats who had this illness, so we were aware how helpful they can be. All in all, we are so grateful to have been told about the azodyl. It is expensive but it’s well worth it. Some people on here have said “oh it’s just a probiotic” and yes it is, but after talking more with the vet and doing lots of reading, the azodyl actually helps to redirect things around the kidney to the liver, putting less stress on a cats kidneys. We saw the proof in our own cat now (we have also used it in success with our other kidney cat)— so I highly recommend it! You have nothing to lose and if it doesn’t work, it doesn’t work— but at least you can say you tried. Our cat isn’t just a pet, he is a family member.
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KristyJ
Posted 2 years ago
Posted 2 years ago
Breed Mixed Breed
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Lifesaver for our pup!
About a month ago, our dog came into the vet with a multitude of issues, elevated kidney levels (BUN: 65, CREA: 3.4, Phos: 7.8). We were incredibly concerned that we were going to be facing kidney failure. The vet prescribed Azodyl and Epakatin, and a diet for renal care and diabetes (he was diagnosed with diabetes at the same time). We rechecked a few days ago (March 27th) and his kidney levels had all dropped significantly! His BUN was now 13, his Creatnine fell to 1.1, and Phos was at 3.2. We'll definitely be using this product for life!
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Amanda
Posted 2 weeks ago
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Hi there. My dog just passed and had used Azodyl. Can I give my still healthy five year old dog azodyl As preventative even though his bloodowrk shows his kidneys are ok?
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Kanesmom19
Posted 3 weeks ago
Posted 3 weeks ago
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I'm just starting this for my dog and I have capsules to put it in but he chews all his food. What happens if he chews this?
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Animalpal
Posted 4 weeks ago
Posted 4 weeks ago
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Does this ship with ice pack?
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Yes. I just received mine yesterday. Ships overnight delivery, in a styrofoam cooler with ice packs.
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Melissa
Posted 3 weeks ago
Posted 3 weeks ago
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Yes. I just received mine yesterday. Ships overnight delivery, in a styrofoam cooler with ice packs.
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Melissa
Posted 3 weeks ago
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Kathy
Posted 4 weeks ago
Posted 4 weeks ago
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Are there any side effects such as nausea? 12 lb cat
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Cindi
Posted 2 months ago
Posted 2 months ago
QUESTION
How big are the capsules as I have a small 10 lb 16 year old Pomeranian/Terrier with a heart murmur, pncreatittus, liver and renal concerns ?
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They are small. My 7.5lb cat has no issue with them.
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Melisaa
Posted 3 weeks ago
Posted 3 weeks ago
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They are very small
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ARdoglover
Posted 1 month ago
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Sher
Posted 2 months ago
Posted 2 months ago
QUESTION
I would like to order Azodyl but, I know this product must stay cold. Do you ship Azodyl with ice packs? 
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It’s shipped overnight delivery in a styrofoam cooler with ice packs. Just got my order yesterday
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Melissa
Posted 3 weeks ago
Posted 3 weeks ago
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KidneyCatMom
Posted 3 months ago
Posted 3 months ago
QUESTION
If purchased today, what would be the expiration date on the bottle?
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Thank you for your question. The current expiration date for this product is 10/30/2022.
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Crystal RPTechnician
Posted 3 months ago
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Winnie
Posted 3 months ago
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QUESTION
My vet tells me to give Azodyl to my renal impaired cat on empty stomach. How long do I have to wait as before and after food?
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I would ask your vet. I’ve read that it can be given with or without food.
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Melissa
Posted 3 weeks ago
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Thank you for your question. You can give Azodyl 1 hour before or 2 hours after food.
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Crystal RPTechnician
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