Give your dog a tasty chewable to support his bladder and other parts of a healthy urinary system. Bladder Control chewables for dogs contain a powerful combination of herbs and isoflavones that work together to help support normal bladder control and a normal urinary system in spayed females and elderly canines. Synergistic ingredients work together to help strengthen the bladder wall and facilitate bladder emptying.
Natural botanical ingredients include pumpkin seed powder, as well as wild yam, cranberry, and saw palmetto extracts. Blend also includes Vitamin C, an antioxidant nutrient, for support of a healthy immune system. Smoked ham/pork liver flavored chewables. For dogs.
Suggested daily use: 1 chewable per 25 lbs of body weight twice daily.
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|All quantities are minimum unless stated otherwise.|
|Pumpkin Seed Powder
|| 120 mg
|Wild Yam Extract
|Soy Protein Concentrate
|Saw Palmetto Extract
|| 20 mg
Inactive ingredients: Beef Liver, Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate, Maltodextrin, Natural Smoked Ham Flavor, Pork Liver, Silicon Dioxide, Stearic Acid, and Sucrose.
For animal use only. Keep out of the reach of children and pets. In case of accidental overdose, contact a veterinarian immediately. If animal appears hyperactive or agitated, stop administration and consult your veterinarian. An examination by a veterinarian is recommended prior to using this product.
Cautions: Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. Do not use if product appears tampered with.
Facts about Urinary incontinence
Defined as not being able to control the expelling of urine, this can take the form of dribbling after urination, leaking urine when sleeping, or urinating small amounts all day long. In older dogs, incontinence may be caused by:
- Not being able to get up "in time."
- A growth or mass that blocks the urethra.
- Stone formation in the bladder caused by increased alkalinity of the urine.
- Hormone responsive incontinence - Most common in older, spayed females when resting, sleeping, or with sudden excitement, this condition has to do with the lack of muscle control around the urethra and the inability to "hold it."
- Lack of adequate exercise or access to the yard.
To deal with incontinence at home, you may want to bathe the skin around the urethral opening to help prevent urine scalding from leakage. To protect your home and furniture, consider products like Pet Bloomers, (or the Dog Wrap for males), Piddle Pads®, or our reusable no-leak protector pads. And be sure to have a bottle of CleanAway on hand to prevent staining and to keep your home smelling clean and fresh.
Whatever you do, don't punish your older dog for any "accidents" she makes. This is not a behavior issue, it is a medical one, and your pet cannot control its effects. Take her out more often, do what you can to prevent odor and stain problems in your home, and understand it's certainly not something she can control.