Incurin 1mg Tablets for Dogs

Incurin 1mg Tablets for Dogs
Blister Pack of 30 Tablets

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  • Blister Pack of 30 Tablets £12.59
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Some bitches which have been spayed will leak urine when they are asleep or at rest. This condition, which can start to happen a few years later, is partly due to the different hormone levels found. Incurin contains a low dose of Estriol, an oestrogen which acts on the bladder and urethra to help prevent urine leaking ("sphincter mechanism incontinence"). Usually the dose is one tablet per day, or a maximum of 2 daily. Many bitches show a good response and after a period of time, the dose can be reduced, or given on alternate days. Medication is usually required lifelong.

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Reviews (134)

Summary of Reviews for Incurin 1mg Tablets for Dogs

Overall 5
Ease Of Use
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Absence Of Side Effects
133 out of 134 (99%) customers would recommend this product.
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By on 27 December 2021

Use for many years and happy with it

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55 Incurin
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By on 15 December 2021

Good product, speedy delivery. Would recommend

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55 They work!
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By on 1 December 2021

A quarter of the price our vet charges

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By on 30 November 2021

Does what it says on box

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By on 23 July 2021

As this item is prescription, the biggest issue is uploading/sending a copy of the prescription and Viovet take care to ensure it is legitimate. However, even with the charge for the repeat prescription, it is cheaper to get it from Viovet rather than direct from our vet. This product has virtually stopped our ageing dog's incontinence.

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Incurin 1mg Tablets for Dogs, including answers from our team.

23 October 2021 at 2:48pm

Raised liver enzyme


Is this tablet safe to use with raised liver enzymes

  • VioVet Staff

Raised liver enzymes means there is ongoing liver cell damage in your pet. The only contraindications of this product as per the datasheet are as follows:
Do not use in intact bitches, as the efficacy has only been established
in ovariohysterectomised bitches. Animals showing a polyuria-polydipsia
should not be treated with Incurin. The use of Incurin is
contraindicated during pregnancy, lactation and in animals younger than 1

Liver damage is not a specific contraindication. However the liver processes most medications and so if the damage is severe then the dose may need altering. I recommend discussing this with your vet to be certain the medication is appropriate.

3 October 2021 at 4:45pm

How long?


Hello, how long does it take Incurin to work? My dog is on day 4 and not really seeing an improvement yet. Does it sometimes take a bit to kick in?

  • VioVet Staff

This depends on what your vet is treating and why, we recommend discussing this further with them. The doseage can be increased or decreased depending on how your dog responds to initial therapy.

24 November 2020 at 9:49pm

Can I use incurin on my male dog


Can I use incurin for my male dog and does it cause him to drink more water

  • VioVet Staff

Incurin is licensed for use in female dogs but can be used off license for incontinence in male dogs. The only listed side effects in the data sheet are as follows:

Oestrogenic effects such as swollen vulva, swollen mammary glands and/or
attractiveness to males and vomiting have been observed at the highest
recommended dose of 2 mg per dog. The incidence is about 5-9 %. These
effects are reversible after lowering the dose. In rare cases vaginal
bleeding occurred. In rare cases development of alopecia has also been

Drinking more is not a listed side effect. I strongly advise you contact your vet for advice on what could be causing this. You should only be giving incurin to your dog alongside their recommendation anyway.

24 November 2020 at 11:54am

Delivery of Prescription


I have a prescription, how do I send it?? By Post or Photograph?

  • VioVet Staff

You can email a copy of your prescription to [email protected] or upload it through the 'Prescriptions' section of your account on our

You can also send a copy via fax to 0845 384 7004 or post to 53 Bilton Way, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 1UU.

your prescription states we need the original or hard copy, or your
prescription is for a controlled drug, you must post this to us. Please
ensure you include your order number so we can match your prescription,
delays can occur if this isn't provided.

4 November 2020 at 3:56pm

Incontinent dog


Can this product be used for my 14 year old aging MALE dog??

  • VioVet Staff

This medication is used to treat incontinence in dogs. It's main use is for USMI in spayed bitches but it can be used off license effectively in male dogs too. It is a prescription only medication so you will need to contact your vet for a written prescription to purchase it with us. It should only be used alongside veterinary guidance.

16 October 2015 at 12:40pm

Does Incurin cause irratation


My dog has been on Incurin for about 3 weeks and has become very itchy. She is constantly nibbling at herself all over and has a rash at the topo of her leg/belly.

  • VioVet Staff

Theoretically any medication can result in some sort of adverse reaction and an itchy skin is what sometimes happens. Having said that, there are a huge number of dogs which develop itchy skins, often at this time of year, and they are not on Incurin or anything else. The sensible thing would be to asky your vet if it would be safe to stop the Incurin and see what happens for a week or two. My feeling is that there is a high chance that the Incurin is nothing to do with it, but if the two things started at the same time, one has to be suspicious of the Incurin. A more likely reason would be an allergy to fleas or something. Are you treating for fleas? Have you seen any at all? Have you looked carefully(and for flea droppings in the coat)? It could be the Incurin but more likely something else. Either way, you need to find out what it is.

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