This should be included to your pets diet under the direction of a Veterinarian.
• Palatable -an alternative for cats / dogs that refuse to eat special diets. Older cats in particular can be very reluctant to
• Easy to use - mix Ipakitine with food or sprinkle onto on foodtop
• Cost effective
• Flexible and compatible -Ipakitine can be used on its own or in combination with special diets and other kidney insufficiency management
The ingredients in Ipakitine act as phosphate binding agents and lower the absorption of phosphates from the intestines. Thus, in respect of
phosphate restriction they can mimic or enhance the effects of a phosphate restricted food. There is also a reduction in the absorption of some uraemic toxins that can affect normal kidney function.
Giving Ipakitine to your pet
Your veterinary surgeon will advise you on the amount that your cat or dog will need, here are the levels that are usually recommended:
1g / 5kg (1 level scoop) body weight twice a day.
Slightly moisten the food if your pet eats a dry diet, to get the powder to stick to it.