HolistaPet Urinary + Bladder Support Soft Chews for Dogs contain the following naturally-derived ingredients:
- Cranberry Extract/Seed Oil – 425 mg
- D-mannose – 100 mg
- Ascorbic Acid – 80 mg
- Cornsilk Extract – 80 mg
- Dandelion Extract – 80 mg
- Nettle Extract – 40 mg
- Methionine – 30 mg
Acacia Gum, Blackstrap Molasses, Calcium Propionate, Chickpea Flour, Glycerin, Mixed Tocopherols, Natural Bacon Flavor, Natural Smoke Flavor, Nutritional Yeast, Rosemary Extract, Safflower Oil, Sorbic Acid, Sunflower Lecithin, Sweet Potato, Tapioca Starch, Water
Directions for Use
We recommend you give your dog our Urinary + Bladder Support Soft Chews once a day or as needed. Here are the recommended serving suggestions based on your dog’s weight:
- Under 20 pounds = 1 chew
- Between 20-50 pounds = 2 chews
- Over 50 pounds = 3 chews
Q: What are some early signs of dog incontinence?
Early signs of dog incontinence can include:
- Straining or having difficulty urinating
- Accidentally urinating in the house
- Leaking urine when they are resting or sleeping
- Needing to urinate more frequently than usual
If you notice any of these signs, take your dog to the vet for a proper diagnosis. Several factors can cause incontinence, so it’s important to get an accurate diagnosis from your vet so that your dog can get the treatment they need.
Q: Can incontinence in old dogs be treated?
Yes, incontinence in old dogs can be treated. You can try methods like medication, changes in diet, behavior modification, or a combination of these. With the help of your vet, you can develop a plan for your dog to help them regain bladder control.
Q: Why did my dog suddenly lose urinary and defecation control?
Several reasons can cause your dog to suddenly lose urinary or defecation control including signs of an underlying health condition, stress, or anxiousness. It’s important to consult with your veterinarian to determine what’s behind your dog’s urinary problems.
Q: What happens if dog incontinence is not treated?
If you don’t treat dog incontinence, your furry friend might start to experience serious health problems. Untreated incontinence can lead to urinary tract infections (UTI), which can be very painful for your dog. UTIs can also lead to kidney damage and dehydration.
If you feel your dog is suffering from incontinence, take them to a vet for proper diagnoses and treatment. In the meantime, stay ahead of your dog’s incontinence issues by giving them our all-natural Urinary + Bladder Support Soft Chews!
There are no reviews yet.