Phos-Bind - 200 Grams

by Rx Vitamins
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"Most importantly our cat does not smell or taste Phos-Bind by Rx Vitamins. That ..."  Read all reviews

Quantity per Container: 7.05 oz / 200 Grams
Item Number: RXP1031
Serving Size: 1 Scoop
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Official Website: http://rxvitamins.com

Active Ingredients Per 1 Scoop:
Aluminum Hydroxide (USP) 500mg

Inactive Ingredients: None.

Hypoallergenic.

Give 100mg/kg daily with meals. Dosage should be adjusted based on serial serum phosphorus determinations every 2-4 weeks or as indicated.

For animal use only. Keep out of the reach of children and other animals. In case of accidental overdose‚ contact a health professional immediately. Do not use if tamper-evident seal is broken or missing. Store at room temperature out of direct sunlight. 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. An examination from a veterinarian is recommended prior to using this product.

Note: Aluminum toxicity has not been found to be a concern in dogs and cats.

  • Hypoallergenic

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  • Average Rating: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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  • Great for dog w/ ckd

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    from black mtn n.c. on 6/02/2018
    I recommended Phos-Bind by Rx Vitamins to a friend w/ an older dog - my mini greyhound of 19 years had been on it for ckd when she was 17 and it got her through another 2 years w/ the help of this product she could eat necessary amount of protein

    Pros

    Easy to feed - no taste.

    Cons

    Nothing.
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
  • Easy to use powder for cat treatment

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    from Santa Cruz, CA on 12/17/2017
    Most importantly our cat does not smell or taste Phos-Bind by Rx Vitamins. That means we can actually use it.

    Pros

    No smell or taste. Change noticed in kitty within one week.

    Cons

    Not sure about dosage. I can't confirm by weight. The vet told me to use 125mg/day. The pkg specifies 500/scoop. But when I weigh the powder per scoop, I only get 20% of that amount. Since my cat eats so little, I just add a pinch to each meal. Not very scientific, and I'll need to clear this up in the meantime, I'm delighted that my cat eats again and vomits less, even on just a few pinches a day.
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
  • Big difference with kidney failure lab

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    from CT on 8/10/2017
    My dog resisted eating her food and I think part of it was the smell of the liquid aluminum hydroxide. She is now happily eating her food every meal and her labs have improved in just 3 weeks with Phos-Bind by Rx Vitamins. Her overall physical presentation has improved as well.

    Pros

    No smell/taste but still effective, easily dissolves into food/water mixture. Product lasts so much longer than the small quantity of liquid that we had been getting.

    Cons

    Powder is very light. Works best when you add powder first and then food and water, otherwise, the powder can get a little blown away
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
  • Verified Buyer

    Excellent product

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    from CA on 10/24/2016
    We have been using Phos-Bind by Rx Vitamins with our 10-year-old kidney failure dog for about 2 months now. In addition to helping keep the serum phosphorus levels down, the antacid function of the aluminum hydroxide seems to have greater effect than omeprazole and famitodine combined with this individual dog. While she does not always eat on her own -- but must be syringe-fed -- she does not display the nausea-related inappetance that she did prior to using Phos-Bind. I strongly recommend this for anyone dealing with a dog in chronic or terminal renal failure.

    Pros

    Effectiveness, ease of administration (powder form mixes easily with gruel for oral administration via syringe).

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    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
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    Using for Kidney in my cat

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    from MN on 10/24/2016
    I was using a bad tasting liquid from my vet. My cat hated it and it was a struggle to get him to take it. I just mix Phos-Bind by Rx Vitamins powder in with his wet food and he eats it no problem. I have also tried to shake the dry food to coat with powder however he is less receptive to this method and tends not to eat the food.

    Pros

    Provides what my cat needs in a less intrusive manner.

    Cons

    I wish this came in a smaller size. This is probably designed for dogs but I only need like 1/4 of this size with small measuring
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
  • It works!!!

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    from Connecticut on 8/08/2016
    I was using another phosphorous binder but it wasn't working. Phos-Bind by Rx Vitamins brought kitty's levels down to normal range and I can tell he feels better.

    Pros

    It worked.

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    I would recommend this item to a friend.
  • Recommended by tanya's ckd page.

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    from South Carolina on 6/30/2015
    I can't actually rate Phos Bind by Rx Vitamins due to my use but it was recommended from tanya's ckd page for cats with ckd. My pet unfortunately had to be euthanized before I could use this product. Pureformulas responded to my need to return asap and were very helpful.

    Pros

    That it was highly recommended.

    Cons

    No dislikes so far.
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
  • Verified Buyer

    Phos-Bind is great.

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    from NC on 6/17/2015
    My CRF kitty always has been a grazer, and trying to use a liquid phosphorus binder just wasn't working. I discovered PureFormulas' Phos-Bind by Rx Vitamins and now my kitty can eat when she pleases.

    Pros

    Ease of use.

    Cons

    Powder can get into the air quite easily.
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

Customer Questions and Answers

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  • Question:
    Can I use this product for my Diabetic cat with kidney issues? I live in Victoria, BC Canada, do u ship there? Thanks/
    margi feldman on 7/20/2017 Answer:
    • Hi Margi, Thank You for your inquiry. This product is listed on our website to support kidney function. We do ship internationally however not all of our products are available for export. Have a great day! 
      Victoria on 9/26/2017
  • Question:
    I have a 15 yr old dog who has been put on Phos Bind to regulate his kidney levels. However he refuses to eat his food if I put the powder in his food. Is it alright to mix the Pho Bind in water and administer by a syringe? Also, is the dose 100 mg with each meal or is this for each day?
    Susan McConnell on 6/06/2017 Answer:
    • Thank you for contacting us! We do understand your concern however we cannot recommend taking the item in any different way then what the bottle describe.Give 100mg/kg daily with meals. Dosage should be adjusted based on serial serum phosphorus determinations every 2-4 weeks or as indicated.
      Christopher on 9/26/2017

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