Proin is a chewable tablet prescribed by your veterinarian to treat and manage urinary incontinence in dogs. With all the same efficacy as Proin Extended-Release Flavored Tablets, these tablets work by helping to tighten the bladder and urethral muscles to prevent urine leaking and accidents. And since they come in a tablet form, you can feed them to your pet by mouth or disguise them inside a tasty pill pocket.
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These Proin Chewable Tablets have the same efficacy as Proin Extended-Release Tablets.
Our senior German Shepherd, Zoey started being incontinent while she slept. Since she’s 11 years old and she can’t strengthen those muscles in her urinary tract she needed this medication. Our vet put he on the 75mg dose and after the first tablet she’s not had any other episodes of incontinence. Of course buying this through the vet is crazy expensive so I came straight to chewy and they came through for me again. I went ahead and ordered the 180 tablets so Zoey will be set for a while. She takes the chewable tablet twice a day no problem. If you have an elderly pet this is the medication for incontinence.
We adopted a young dog on her 3rd litter, and after she was spayed, she was peeing in her sleep! The vet tried her on this, and a urinary prescription dry food, and it all stopped. We are only giving her 25 mg/day, so we have room to up the med if necessary. She takes it right in her breakfast bowl. We know it works, because if we miss a day, the next day she pees. She's been on it for 2 yrs now, and no side effects at all. Love that we can get 6 months at a time, so basically I don't have to worry about it monthly.
Missy- my almost 15 yr old Boxer/Lab Mix has been on Proin for over two years. Thankfully she didn't experience any side effects. Her incontinence was horrible and ruining my hardwood floors and carpet. Not to mention she must have been uncomfortable as well being wet. She started with 25 mg twice a day. Which worked for several months It was increased in increments until she had break through accidents while sleeping. She's now to 75mg twice a day and it's holding the incontinence at bay and no side effects. She used to take them by themselves but now won't so they are smashed and mixed with her food. Chewy's price is still better than the vets office which charges $1.00 per pill. I don't like that EACH month they have to contact the vet though. She has a RX- fill it!
I put my dog Jameson on this medicine at my doctor’s recommendation. She did not mention any of the rather severe side effects such as stroke, seizures, explosive diarrhea. While some dogs are fine on the medication, many have these horrible side effects, often starting after the initial treatment. My review is one star primarily e cause chewy did not send me a warning along with the medicine and I believe per owners should be informed. Strokes can be fatal. And although my dog recovered from his diarrhea, 3 days after ceasing treatment, his dribbling is far worse than before hand. And a friends $1000 wo carpet is ruined. If your dog is incontinenet I’d recommend wrap around diapers. Proin is too risky.
My prescription i received did not come in a factory sealed PROIN bottle as is pictured in the ad. Also bottles were not sealed and one bottle had 190 pills and the other had 170 pils. the pills look nothing like the factory pills. I am not sure they are not counterfit
My 9 year old pup has been on proin since she was 1 year old. She’s a rescue and spayed when she was just a tiny pup at 6 weeks at the rescue. She’s had incontinence issues since she was a year old. Proin has completely resolved her issues! We’ve never had any side effects with the medication. Also chewy has such wonderful customer service and support!
First, this isn't really focused on the performance of the medication. It has helped a little but we may have other issues at hand. However, I will review the actual tablets. It's honestly a nightmare to give her these. My dog is not picky amd gobbles down vitamins that are shaped just like these and seems to have the same texture. So I assume it must be the taste. I can't smell any particular "gross medicinal" scent but obviously something is turning her off. Our vet doesn't carry the medication so this is our only way of getting it. I wish I could ask for advice from others with this same problem.
I need this for two dogs who have shown signs of Incontinence and it was doctor recommended. Proin seems to be working and Chewy is the least expensive source per pill I can find.
This medication works for my German Shorthair Pointer’s incontinence symptoms she started having at rest after being spayed. Pros: it’s effective. Cons: she doesn’t like the taste even though I put it in a greenies pill pocket. She’ll spit it out or runs away. Another con is that it’s a daily pill whereas my older dog is on DES and that’s given just once a week.
We got our dog from a rescue. She had already been spayed and was leaking a bit when we got her. We give her these pills twice a day and it really seems to help. Sometimes, I have forgotten in the morning and she really can’t hold it .