1. Used sometimes as an oral antacid, but more commonly to help reduce phosphorous in animals with kidney problems.
2. For phosphorous lowering, give either just before feeding or mixed in well with food. If your pet is not eating, administration of this medication will not lower phosphorous levels.
3. Don’t give with other oral drugs until checking with your veterinarian or pharmacist.
4. Aluminum toxicity is possible, but extremely rare. Contact your veterinarian if you see any stumbling, weakness, trouble walking, or behavior changes.