Treat Pet Cystitis at home with Sweet Cures' D-Mannose for Pets. Safe and effective non-antibiotic treatment for Cystitis and UTI in animals. For rapid relief from bladder infection or urinary tract infection, add a small amount of D-Mannose to your animals' drinking water. Suitable for most animals, including dogs, cats, rabbits and horses.$23.26
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D'Mannose is a completely safe and natural nutritional supplement already present in every animal, including humans. Mannose is a non-essential nutrient, meaning it can be produced by our own bodies. It is safe for both long and short term use in all animals, including: Dogs, Cats, Horses, Guinea Pigs and Rabbits.
Please read the leaflet or our How to use D-Mannose page for detailed information on how much and how to use D-Mannose effectively.
DMannose Pet is a safe and natural home remedy, available without prescription, for the rapid relief of Cystitis and Urinary Tract Infection in Pets. It works by effectively flushing the bacteria causing the infection out of the Urinary System.
For both cats and dogs, use approximately 1 gram of D-Mannose powder or tablets per 10kg of body weight, every 2-3 hours mixed into water or sprinkled over food. For example, 1 gram for small dogs up to 10kg, 2 grams for a medium sized dog, and 3 grams for large dogs. Approximately half a gram for domesticated cats.
A daily dose of approximately 1 gram of D-Mannose powder or tablets for every 10kg of body weight. D-Mannose has a mildly sweet taste which most cats and dogs will welcome. If your pet disapproves of the taste, mix it with their favorite food.
Seek veterinary help if symptoms are not improving.
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The vast majority of Feline cystitis and Canine cystitis, as in Humans, is caused by the E. coli strain of bacteria. And as with humans, cystitis (inflammation of the bladder) and Urinary Tract Infection is more prevalent in both female cats and dogs, than in males. Cat Cystitis is sometimes referred to as "Crystals" because of the appearance of microscopic crystal like particles that form in the urine. If left untreated, the crystals can develop into life-threatening bladder stones. An alkalising diet will help maintain alkaline urine which is believed to help prevent the formation of crystals.
Testing your cat's or dog's urine for the presence of blood, leukocytes, and nitrites can be done at home with regular UTI test strips. Significant amounts of blood, leukocytes, and nitrites in the urine is a very strong indicator of urinary tract infection, inflammation of the urinary bladder, or cystitis, all of which can be usually treated with DMannose Pet.
First try simply adding it to their water supply. It has a mildly sweet taste and many pets have a liking for it. If that fails, try adding to their favorite drink, if they have one, or sprinkling the powder onto their food.
Many of customers have reported no longer needing to visit their Vets after commencing treatment for their pet's UTIs with D-Mannose, saving both time and money. If you do not see an improvement in your Pet's UTI symptoms withing 24 - 48 hours, seek Veterinary advice.
When ingested, D'Mannose is absorbed directly into the blood from the upper gastrointestinal tract. Unlike glucose, is not converted to glycogen, nor stored in the liver. It is metabolised eight times slower than glucose, making it a low GI supplement, which helps metabolise fat more efficiently. Within a few hours, ingested D'Mannose has been entirely filtered out of the blood by the kidneys and is stored in the urinary bladder. It is now ready to be expelled from the body via urine, leaving no chance for weight gain from D'Mannose itself.
Unfortunately, just as in humans, and contrary to popular belief, cranberry juice exacerbates the problem. While it won't harm an otherwise healthy pet, cranberry juice contains ascorbic acid which acidifies the urine, creating an environment in which E. coli thrive. Over 90% of UTI's are caused by E. coli. It is also high in simple sugars (such as sucrose, glucose, and fructose) which can promote the growth of bacteria and the thrush causing fungus called candida.
It is not a herbal product, but a monosaccharide isomer of glucose, a completely natural food supplement. It is completely safe for both long and short term use in both humans and animals, and doesn't have any of the nasty side effects associated with many antibiotics.
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