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Help fight uncomfortable feline UTIs and kidney problems with urinary tract & kidney medicine. Chewy carries many types of prescription UTI medicine for fighting infections, plus kidney disease treatment for kitties with chronic issues.
Cats who suffer from urinary tract infections usually need prescription treatment. Your vet will need to examine your kitty and will likely prescribe UTI antibiotics. UTI treatment requires a full course of antibiotics, so make sure to finish your cat’s prescription and administer the recommended dose every day. Younger cats may need special medicine for kittens or adult medicine in smaller doses.
Aging cats sometimes suffer from reduced kidney function or chronic renal disease. Your vet may prescribe a kidney failure treatment or other medications for kidney function support. Common kidney medications for felines include diuretics, enzyme inhibitors, electrolytes and potassium supplements. You may also need to rehydrate your cat at home using IV fluids.
Find everything you need to help treat UTIs and help cats with kidney disease feel better in the Chewy pet pharmacy. We carry prescription cat medicine for a range of ailments and kidney and urinary tract medicine for dogs, as well. Check out our selection of urinary tract & kidney medicine and find just what you need for your best friend!
Get cat urinary tract and kidney medicine prescriptions online at Chewy Pharmacy by first visiting your vet for an exam and necessary tests. Your vet can then prescribe medication for you to order online from our pharmacy. Simply add your pet’s name and vet information at checkout and we will contact your vet for your prescription. That’s all it takes to order your feline kidney and UTI medicine prescriptions from Chewy!
The best prescription urinary tract and kidney medicine for your kitty will depend on her particular ailment. Your vet can advise you on the right course of treatment and prescribe appropriate medications based on an exam and diagnosis. Cats with UTIs are usually prescribed antibiotics like doxycycline or Clavamox. Those with kidney disease may benefit from furosemide and potassium supplements like RenaPlus. Ask your vet which products might be best for your cat’s condition.
Treat your cat’s urinary tract infection by following the instructions from your vet to the letter. Usually, your vet will prescribe an antibiotic, and they may perform a culture to determine which antibiotic will be most effective. Tougher infections may require treatment for up to a month, but many simple infections can be treated with a 10-14 day course. Give the right dose of prescribed antibiotics and don’t miss any days, and be sure to finish your entire prescription even if your cat has improved.
Cat UTIs can last a very long time, and if left untreated can result in kidney and bladder infections that cause very serious illness. Most simple UTIs can be cured with a few weeks of antibiotic treatment, although some difficult ones may require treatment for up to a month or more. UTIs may reoccur even after treatment due to underlying issues or just an individual proneness to urinary tract infections. Be sure to seek treatment as soon as you see the signs of a UTI and follow the advice of your vet closely.
Set up Autoship for your prescription urinary tract and kidney medicine by choosing Autoship when you check out, then select your delivery frequency. You can always cancel or change Autoship any time. You must have a valid prescription or refill on file for Autoship to occur. If you do not have a prescription, or if your prescription is close to expiring, one of our team members will contact your vet to obtain the necessary information. Autoship makes getting UTI and kidney medicine for your kitty fast and easy!