|Top Ingredients||Active Ingredients: Pumpkin Seed, Rehmannia, Wild Yam Root...||Active Ingredients: Cranberry Extract, Echinacea, Calcium Ascorbate (Vitamin C)...||Active Ingredients: (Per 3 Gram Tablet) Pumpkin Seed, Rehmannia, Wild Yam Root...||Active Ingredients: Pumpkin Seed Powder, Rehmannia Root, Wild Yam Extract...||Active Ingredients: (Per Tablet) Pumpkin Seed Powder, Rehmannia Glutinosa (Root) Powder, Wild Yam Extract...|
|Breed Size||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds...|
|Health Feature||Urinary Tract Health||Urinary Tract Health||Urinary Tract Health||Urinary Tract Health||Urinary Tract Health|
|Lifestage||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior|
|Food Flavor||Unflavored||Unflavored||Unflavored||Meat, Liver||Unflavored|
Our dog Lalo loves them and we haven't had any pesky bladder infections in 9 mos.
My dog lost partial use of her back legs and needs to have her bladder expressed regularly. This creates bladder issues and infection. Instead of using antibiotics all the time I tried this Bladder Support and have had great results! One dose a day and no more problems. I highly recommend this product.
Awful pill. It took my dog with one pill 5 days to recuperate. She vomit but a lot. I mixed with her food and she still didn't like it. Too strong for small dogs and she was still peeing
My dogs will eat them like a treat and I have one dog thats very fussy
Vet had my girl taking Proin for her bladder issues. It wasnt 100% effective. It was expensive because I could only get it from my vet, as its a controlled substance in my state. Read lots of reviews about different products and decided to give this a try. I'm glad I did. Seems to be working. No puddles where she lays, at least so far. She likes the taste, but I usually just crumble it up in her food.
I agree with the other posts that my two 14 and 16 year old dogs do not like the taste (the reason for 4 stars instead of 5) of it so I was mixing it with peanut butter but that stopped working. I now use a plain pasta sauce or mix it with plain tuna. It is worth the effort because I notice a difference with my 16 year old beagle. He was having lots of accidents before I started using this. Now it is only once in a while when we forget to take him out.
I have been looking for something Holistic to give Nik for his bladder issues caused from irritability from having so many UTI's. It seems to help.
My dog is getting older (9-10 years old-ish), and recently, has had some issues with her bladder. A UTI 1-2 times a year and a few incontinence issues. My vet wasn't overly worried and all of her blood and stool tests came back negative. So I decided to try these to help alleviate some of the issues. We have been giving them to her for almost 3 weeks now, and it seems to be working. She has not had any potty incidents and when she would be getting a UTI, she would try to pee 8-10 times on our walk...no more, and no more urges like she constantly has to go. The only downside is that my dog would not eat the chew if i tried to just give it to her. I don't think she liked the powdery/chalky'ish texture. She wouldnt even try to take the treat after the first time. BUT! The treats are super soft and the crumble easily, so we have just been smashing it in to her food. She can't tell the difference :)
I hope this is working. Since giving this to my 7 year old girl, there have been no accidents. Now I only started about 2 weeks or so ago, but no accidents! Before it was at least 1-2 times a week.
I cant get my dog to eat these. I break them up I mix them.with her food she will not eat them.