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CranMate® Nutritional Supplement is formulated specifically to support a healthy urinary tract in dogs and cats. Made with American cranberry extract and rich in Type-A proanthocyanidins (PACs) and antioxidants. The patented extraction process eliminates unwanted sugars and oxalic acid, retaining the desirable cranberry components.
One CranMate tablet contains 100 mg of American cranberry extract (vaccinium marcocarpon) made up of 10% polyphenol antioxidants.*
*Data on file.
Helps support the healthy function of the urinary tract.
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.
Use under veterinary supervision. Product should not be used as a replacement for appropriate antibiotic treatment when an active urinary tract infection is suspected or present. Not for use in diabetics. Safety in pregnant and nursing animals has not been evaluated.
Sorbitol, Dicalcium Phosphate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, American cranberry purified fruit extract (Vaccinium marcocarpon), Whey Powder, Liver (pork) Powder, Soy Protein Concentrate, Iron Oxide, Silicon Dioxide and Magnesium Sterate.
Q: What is CranMate flavored with?
A: It is a pork liver flavoring.
Q: Does CranMate change the urine pH?
A: No. Vets should be monitoring the pH levels prior to dosing. This is needed to establish a baseline.
Q: What type of cranberry is used in CranMate?
A: It is the North American cranberry not European cranberry.
Q: Does CranMate cure UTIs?
A: No, it is purely a supplement containing cranberry extract to support urinary tract health for dogs and cats. It should not be used as a replacement for appropriate antibiotic treatment when an active UTI is present.
Q: How many PAC’s are in each tablet?
A: About 10 mg.
Q: Can CranMate be used by breeding, pregnant or nursing animals?
A: No. We do not have testing to support CranMate being used in this manner.
Q: Can CranMate be used in animals with Diabetes?
A: No. CranMate contains sorbitol, which can increase blood sugar.