Canikur is a dietary supplement for the maintenance of digestive function.
Canikur can be used alone or as an adjunct to veterinary medicine under the direction of a veterinary surgeon.
Use: Give the following number of tablets to your dog, twice a day for 2 days
|Number of tablets||1||2||3||4||5||6|
|Total tablets for 2 day course||4||8||12||16||20||24|
If the dogs condition does not improve after 2 days or if the dogs demeanour deteriorates at any time, contact your veterinary surgeon.
Dogs may be fasted while receiving Canikur. However, it is important that the dog has free access to drinking water. Feed should be re-introduced gradually starting with easily digestable foods.
How does Canikur work?
Canikur contains specially selected carbohydrates and minerals and helps to normalise the body's fluid balance when there is free access to water. Canikur also helps to maintain the consistency of the faeces.
Canikur can be used alone or in conjunction with prescribed medication from a veterinary surgeon.
Do dogs like Canikur?
Canikur chewable tablets for dogs contain meat and liver flavouring. They are highly palatable and will be well received by most dogs.
For small dogs it may be necessary to break the tablet into smaller pieces. In rare cases, where your dog will not eat the tablet voluntarily, it can be crushed into powder and suspended in 5 ml of warm tap water to form a paste. The paste can be fed directly into the dog's mouth. 5 ml corresponds to the empty hole of the Canikur blister pack once the tablet has been removed. Alternatively, the dog can be given the Canikur paste by means of a syringe. In this case, the amount of water to be mixed with a crushed tablet should be increased to 10 ml. Once crushed and mixed with water, the paste should be given to the dog immediately, and not stored.