Have you ever had problems getting your pet to take a pill? We were recently sent the Kinn Kudose system to review, and our handsome Walter put it to the test! But first, what is the Kinn Kudose?
Kinn makes one of the most difficult aspects of caring for pets — giving pills to cats and dogs simple and even fun. Simply use the innovative Krocodile™ from Kinn, a 2-in-1 pill splitter and crusher. With it, you can easily and rapidly split and crush medicine and vitamins so your pet can swallow them easily and safely. Split and pulverize pills with Krocodile, then hide them inside a treat-filled Kapsule using the Kudose™ pill concealer. Kudose easily transforms pet pills into treats, giving you a guaranteed way to make your pets love taking their pills.
Let’s check out the Krocodile first. We used it to crush the pill in half. Check it out in action!
The Krocodile made a nice clean cut with little debris, ensuring that none of the pill was wasted.
We used the Kudose system to insert chicken broth into a pill capsule along with the pill. Walter is a fussy guy; his real age is unknown but we’re guessing somewhere between 12 and 14. Because of his advanced age and the fact that he is disabled, Walter is pretty much on his own schedule and gets to eat whatever he likes, making pill feeding difficult!
The Kudose is a heavy dome-shaped base that holds the pill capsule. The Kapsule sits in the white wheel on the dome for sturdiness. We used the medium setting, as the white part turns in order to adjust to pill sizes.
The Kapsules come in several sizes.
The Kudose system includes two Knozzles that are attached to Katalysts (bottles). Knozzle A works to squeeze thicker consistency items, like peanut butter. Knozzle B is for liquids, which is what we used to put some chicken broth into the Kapsule after using the Krocodile pill cutter/crusher.
Make sure to use the correct size Kapsule in the Kudose. This is a medium Kapsule in the XL hole, so the ball needs to be turned to “M”.
The Katalyst easily dispersed the chicken broth. All we had to do was squeeze the bottle a little until the Kapsule was full. See the pill sticking up from the middle?
We put the final result into Walter’s food dish and he didn’t even know it was there. We had another opportunity to use this system in an emergency. Since Walter is old, he sometimes has accidents in the night. When he had a bellyache, we used the Kudose system to add an anti-diarrheal liquid to three XL Kapsules and wrapped them in slices of turkey. Walter ate them without a problem and he was not sick throughout the night, and was fine in the morning!
To learn more about the Kinn system, visit their website.
The Kudose system is very innovative in purpose and design, and it works great! Also, Cold Noses Chronicle is giving away one Kudose system, which includes the Krocodile cutter and a pill Kase!
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