Halloween is coming up! What’s spookier than a witch cackling, a wolf howling or a ghost… ghosting? There is one thing that comes to mind – coming home to find out that your dog has peed all over your brand-new white carpet.
Fortunately, we offer canine bladder support supplements that can help your dog overcome urinary incontinence and make you less spooked when you walk into your home after a long day of work!
How Can Our Canine Bladder Supplements Help Your Dog?
A dog owner is only as happy as their saddest dog and so it’s never easy to see your canine in pain and discomfort.
This is why it’s important to provide your pooch with high-quality canine bladder supplements that can provide them with the relief they need!
If your pooch is struggling with incontinence and frequent UTI’s, we have a product that can help. Our NaturPet Urinary Care product:
- Treats UTIs and other infections quickly and thoroughly.
- Reduces bacterial levels and flushes out toxins and wastes.
- Soothes inflammation of the mucous membranes of the urinary tract.
- Helps to stop bleeding and relieve pain.
- Helps to prevent the development of gravel and stones.
- Reduces the risk of recurrence when used as a preventative.
How Do I Know If Canine Bladder Support Supplements Will Even Work?
This is a legitimate question.
Whether this issue of urinary incontinence has been ongoing or recent, there may be more serious factors at play and so canine bladder support supplements may or may not be the solution.
Before purchasing canine bladder support supplements, it’s important to know why your dog may be peeing in the house.
Why Is My Dog Peeing Everywhere All of a Sudden?
Your dog could be peeing everywhere all of a sudden due to:
- Hormonal imbalance
- Weak bladder sphincter
- Urinary tract infection
- Urinary stones
- Spinal injury or degeneration (frequently seen in German shepherds)
- Protruding intervertebral disc
- Prostate disorders
- Presence of other diseases that cause excessive water consumption, such as diabetes, kidney disease, hypoadrenocorticism
- Congenital abnormalities
- Anatomic disorders
- Certain medications
Why Is My Dog Peeing in Her Sleep?
Maybe something spooked your dog in the middle of the night? Perhaps your house is haunted? It’s likely that neither of these scenarios is the cause.
Urinary incontinence is a common problem in middle-aged spayed female dogs. It most frequently occurs in dogs who are sleeping. Also, some dogs may dribble urine as they walk around the house. In most cases, they are unaware of the problem as it is occurring, although they may be disturbed when they discover that they have soiled themselves with urine.
The syndrome may be caused by a number of medical conditions. For instance, kidney disease, bladder infections, and diabetes can lead to urine dribbling.
However, the most common cause is a hormone imbalance that affects the bladder and the sphincters, causing a slow leakage of urine.
When Should I See a Veterinarian?
Canine bladder support supplements may not be enough. Whatever the case may be, you should never diagnose your dog’s health problems and should see a professional first.
A veterinarian will thoroughly look into your pup’s history, perform a physical exam and likely conduct a urinalysis to verify whether your dog is suffering from a bladder infection, which requires treatment with antibiotics. Other tests may include a urine culture, blood work, radiographs and ultrasound.
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*This giveaway/contest is not sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook. This contest, hosted by Nature Pet Store, is available to US residents and is in effect until 11:59 pm PST on October 31st. Winner will be drawn and announced on November 1, 2019.