Bladder Strength for Dogs features an advanced combination of ingredients that work together to support normal bladder function and health.
The combination of ingredients supports normal hormone levels, renal function, bladder muscle strength, and normal bladder tone after spaying.
Active Ingredients per Tablet
Pumpkin Seed Powder 150mg
Rehmannia glutinosa (root) Powder 150mg
Wild Yam Extract 150mg
Soy Protein Extract 100mg
Corn Silk Powder 60mg
Saw Palmetto Extract 60mg
Olive Leaf (15% Oleuropein) Extract 50mg
Pyridoxine HCl (Vitamin B6) 25mg
Inactive Ingredients: brewer's yeast, microcrystalline cellulose, silicon dioxide, smoke flavor, stearic acid, vegetable stearate.
Directions for Use: Give 1 tablet per 30 lbs of body weight daily. For dogs less than 15 lbs, give 1/2 tablet daily. If giving more than 1 tablet daily, divide amount between AM and PM.
Cautions: Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animal's condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian. Not be used in animals experiencing diarrhea. Use with caution with hypotension.
Warnings: For animal use only. Keep out of the reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately. Store in a cool dry place.
Tried a bottle for my old boy, and it didn't seem to help his leaking ... Had some left over when my old girl started leaking with a UTI. Did a run of antibiotics so that helped, but was still leaking if she was in a deep sleep... tried these for her... opening the bottle reminded me of how my old boy, who would eat Anything, would even turn up his nose at these. Managed to get them down her.. and they did help. Bought another bottle and decided to get another similar/cheaper product the next time. They really stink... what makes manufacturers think a dog likes "SMOKE Flavor"???
I bought this for my Chihuahua who first started urinating as was housebroken.Then started marking Territory after bringing in a new furbaby (his sister). I was told he did this due to Jealousy and if I neutered him he would stop. Mind you I constantly told Vets about this issues as him immensely drinking water due to hydration from urinating so much~ has labs done on him as nothing. He was doing so great . I think after neutered he got worse. Its been getting bad so researching as reading reviews it convinced me. I have been giving him half dose Twice day. Now hes accidentally urinating on bed, two days ago and cant wait. The heck happened?? As refuses too eat as hes intelligent and will fight to even take medication. Hes beyond humble but do not try giving him any medication or anything. He is a fighter. This is not good . I was told by a Vet months ago, who uses Common Sense in another State too do a test for something similar to Diabetes but its not (Diabetes Insipidus). They care more about the money than making sure your furbaby is well . All ask why would I want a blood test Really?
My dog wouldn't eat them. We had to cover it in peanut butter or something. Made no difference with her bladder issues
These are more like a chalk type pill and were just too large for my small dog to successfully eat daily. While they may work for someone else. They just didnt work for me since my dog refused to eat them
They actually work better than Proin