If your dog has ever had cystitis or urinary tract infection (UTI), then you'll know how distressing it can be for them. Unfortunately, repeat infections can be common but there are some things you can do to reduce your pet's chances of developing another UTI.
Keep a supply of all-natural DMannose Pet at home in case an infection flares up. Swift treatment can prevent a small infection from becoming a full-blown attack. If your dog starts exhibiting symptoms of a new UTI, start them on a course of D'Mannose immediately and make an appointment to see your vet, although the most likely cause of their symptoms is an E.coli infection. Give your dog or puppy a dose of D'Mannose every three hours until their symptoms have completed cleared, and then reduce the dose gradually over several days until you get back one or two maintenance doses a day.
Although not always present, Cystitis symptoms in canines are similar to those exhibited by humans. A qualified veterinarian can confirm the presence of infection with certainty, however seeking veterinary advice on a regular basis may not be affordable. Professional Urine Test Strips can provide a strong indication of infection, and if your pet regularly suffers from UTI, you may be able to spot the signs early and treat with a dose of DMannose Pet. You may notice your pet trying to urinate more often, while looking up at you seeking sympathy. They may beg to be let outdoors more often than usual. Their demeanour may have changed.
Consider a natural treatment for your Pet's Urinary Tract Infections. Most antibiotics have well known side-effects. Remember how they made you feel the last time you needed them? And less well-known side-effects that affect a minority of patients can be devastating. Fluoroquinolone based antibiotics like Ciprofloxacin, have the potential to affect the joints, bones, tendons and muscles. Treat your Pet well, they'll love you for it. The less chemicals your pets ingest, the healthier they'll be.
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