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Denes Bladder Support for Dogs

  • 50ml Bottle £9.01

Description

Denes Bladder Support is a formulation of medicinal herbs which have been included for their ability to focus on the bladder and urinary tract health, including the prostate. Comes in a tincture that can be fed directly or mixed with food.

Composition

Barberry, Couchgrass, Gravel Root, Horsetail, Buchu, Hydrangea.

Analytical constituents

  • Crude Protein - <1%
  • Crude Fats & Oils - <1%
  • Crude Fibres - <1%
  • Crude Ash - <1%
  • Moisture - 65%

Feeding guidelines

Add to food and mix well, or administer by mouth. Shake well before use. Not recommended for pregnant or lactating animals.

Toy Dog 5kg 0.25 ml twice daily
Small Dog 10kg 0.5 ml twice daily
Medium Dog 20kg 1 ml twice daily
Large Dog 30kg 1.5 ml twice daily
V Large Dog 40kg+ 2.5 ml twice daily

Please ensure that fresh drinking water is available at all times. Should you have any concerns regarding your pet’s health, please consult a veterinary surgeon immediately.

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Urinary crystals

13th Oct 2015
susan cox

Hi my dog suffers from stones/crystals in his urine would this possibly help him.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

It is difficult to give you a direct answer. Herbal products like this have not been scientifically tested and evaluated so there is nothing more than anecdotal accounts to go on. It might help, but I would have to say that the production of stones and crystals in the urine is usually a combination of a number of factors. Some of these are specific to the animal and might be helped by this product. Others are a result of the diet being given and changing this can help a lot sometimes. Personally I would suggest not giving dried food at all. Depending on the type of crystal formed (your vet could advise on this) it is often the case that fresh or tinned/frozen, meat-based diets are better. Vegetables but no cereal grains in the food can also help. Personally I would explore this possibility first.