Where do you get it?
Urinary Tract Infections can be often reoccurring. This is why my vet wanted me to try this supplement for our girl when she got a pretty bad UTI. He was certain that it would not clear up completely with a 10 day course of antibiotics and did not want to go longer because then it is too long and will kill all beneficial bacteria as well. He suggested I follow up with this product and I can happily say Mandy has never had another UTI in two years. I used up the whole bottle and have not thought of it again until now I have a new girl with a UTI. It's a bad one too. There is blood and she wants to pee every 15 minutes. Poor girl. I already got some on order. I thought I should tell everyone on EBN about it too.
An optimum blend of herbs and mushrooms individually formulated for dogs designed to support the urinary tract. Contains natural antimicrobial agents such as Uva Ursi and Cranberry, which studies have shown may reduce the ability of bacteria to adhere to the lining of the bladder and urethra. Poria and Polyporus mushrooms have been shown to act as natural diuretics, while Marshmallow soothes inflamed and irritated membranes. Nutritionally supports pets suffering from temporary deficiencies due to cystitis, bladder stones, bladder inflammation and associated symptoms.
Pets should be off dry and drinking plenty of liquids such as water, rice milk, soy milk or apple cider vinegar. Tablets may be given orally or crumbled and mixed with moist food. Responses to natural dietary supplements may vary by animal.
Where do you get it?
I ordered it from Entirely Pets .com
It helps with phosphate crystals as well? I assume the cranbery would do it
Last edited by bullmama; 11-15-2014 at 12:12 PM.
I'm a good girl, I promise
I am guessing so, my vet is eastern and western medicine and really doesn't like to overdo antibiotics so this is what he recommend us to use. It has helped cure two UTIs and one was a monster of a UTI.
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I need to try this with Gracie. We have been fighting them since July.
I am interested in trying this. my bully gets UTI constantly and we are not sure why. I found them on Amazon.com for the question where do you get them. http://www.amazon.com/Resources-Cani.../dp/B00076KRL4