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Question about Coco's Renal Foods

post #1 of 9
Thread Starter 
Coco has a aluminium binder that is a powder you add to the food.
It has to be put in her wet food.
The problem is she will not eat the wet food.
The k/d and n/f she hates and will not touch it.
She will eat the Royal Canin Lp wet only if it has gravy otherwise she leaves it.
Anything I can give her that is wet which is good for Crf and Bladder problems?
She will eat the k/d dry even though she hardly has any teeth.
I tried adding water to the dry and she will not eat it that way.

post #2 of 9
will she eat any human food??? I often used meat baby food s or some raw hamburger with Kandie s supplement s
post #3 of 9
Thread Starter 
I can try baby food.
post #4 of 9
Our vet gave us a binder (it was a liquid) that didn't have to be put into the food. Perhaps you could get that for Coco instead of the powder.
post #5 of 9
Thread Starter 
I can ask.
This is the one I am using now.
http://www.thrivingpets.com/products...mStockId=749C2
Coco can not have
Epakitin because her Calcium is to high.
I wonder if this will be ok.
http://www.thrivingpets.com/products...mStockId=749P2
post #6 of 9
Yes, this might be the right thing
http://www.thrivingpets.com/products...mStockId=749P2

but I'd like to ask you, does your hospital have a pharmacy?
post #7 of 9
Thread Starter 
Some stuff my vet has but a lot has to be ordered.
They do not compound anything.
post #8 of 9
So then they wouldn't have this liquid on hand I guess. Too bad. Definitely tell your vet you would like to try it. (It was so easy to administer.)
post #9 of 9
Thread Starter 
It is so easy to give compounded meds to Coco.
The vet gets Cocos bp meds from Road Runner in Arizonia.
Its 73 per bottle.
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