- CategoryNeurology and Behavior
Tablets 250 mg/ 60 ct.
Tablets 500 mg/ 60 ct.
Oral Solution 2 oz/ 59 mL
Oral Solution 10 oz/ 300 mL
A Consistently Manufactured Source Of Potassium Bromide For Dogs With Idiopathic Epilepsy.
While potassium bromide has long been recognized as an excellent anti-convulsive for the alleviation of canine seizure disorders, K•BroVet® was developed due to a need to provide a consistent and reliable source of potassium bromide for veterinarians and their patients. It’s a product that can be dispensed directly in the clinic in order for the veterinarians to maintain oversight of patient care.
The only potassium bromide manufactured to FDA standards under Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP).
K•BroVet® comes in both liver-flavored tablets and butterscotch-vanilla flavored oral solution – making it a flexible option for both large and small dogs. K•BroVet® can be used as the sole anticonvulsant for dogs that cannot tolerate anticonvulsants that affect the liver. Some veterinarians also use K•BroVet® in conjunction with phenobarbital therapy, based on individual patient responses and needs.
- Detailed Overview
A liver-flavored chewable tablet for dogs containing potassium bromide and a butterscotch-vanilla flavored oral solution for dogs containing potassium bromide.
Dosage and Administration
Dosage guidelines can be viewed on the product label and/or product literature. Dosing directions provided are for guidance only. All PRN® Pharmacal products should be administered under the care and supervision of a veterinary professional to ensure the best possible results.
For oral use only. Use under veterinary supervision. May cause sedation or lethargy. Not for use in treating status epilepticus.
Tablets: Potassium Bromide, Cyanocobalamin and Liver Flavoring. Oral Solution: Potassium Bromide, Cyanocobalamin, Pyridoxine HCl and Butterscotch-Vanilla Flavoring.
A: It is approximately the size of a dime.
Q: Can you feed K•BroVet with peanut butter?
A: There have been no tests dosing dogs with Bromides and feeding peanut butter or any other food combinations, as there are too many variables. The key is to monitor the serum bromide levels to keep them in the 1-3 mg/mL range. The dosing and diet need to be balanced to achieve this range.
Q: Can you use K•BroVet with Phenobarbital?
A: Yes. You can use it with or without Phenobarbital. It is up to the veterinarian to make that determination.
Q: Is K•BroVet a prescription?
A: Yes. It is a legend labeled drug as stated on the label.
Q: What is the flavoring?
A: Tablets are artificial chicken liver and drops are artificial butterscotch. There is no sucrose in the drops.
Q: Should the oral solution be refrigerated after opening?
A: No. The product should be kept at room temperature.