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Propalin Syrup for Dogs

Propalin Syrup for Dogs
30ml Bottle

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  • 30ml Bottle £13.00
  • 100ml Bottle £38.50

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Description

Propalin is prescribed for bitches which tend to leak urine when relaxed or resting in their bed (sphincter mechanism incontinence or SME). This is a condition which is fairly common in spayed bitches of certain breeds (mostly tail-docked breeds) though it can occur in other situations. Often the incontinence develops a long while after spaying. Propalin acts to stimulate more tone in the muscles at the exit to the bladder, so that passive leaking is less likely to occur. Initially a full dose of Propalin needs to be given three times daily. This works best if given with a small amount of food on an empty tummy. Once the urine leaking has been brought under control, which can take a few days, many bitches remain continent even if the frequency and dose of Propalin is reduced.

Propalin Information

Urinary incontinence can affect dogs of both sexes, at any age, and if you find that your dog is leaving behind “wet spots” in their bed or in random places in the house, then propalin could be the answer. This involuntary loss of ability to control urine can be very stressful for both dog and owner, but the condition is eminently treatable with propalin, which can be bought online at VioVet, your trusted online pet retailer.

Dogs affected by urinary incontinence will dribble or leak urine, often while asleep, and although there is no cure, the condition can be effectively managed. Propalin is safe and easy to use, and works by strengthening the muscle tone at the neck of the bladder to prevent the accidental leakage of urine. The treatment comes in the form of a chewable tablet or a syrup that can be disguised in your dog’s food. Results are seen fast, and improvements in your dog’s condition can usually be seen in the first week

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Reviews (65)

Summary of Reviews for Propalin Syrup for Dogs

Overall 5
Effectiveness
Ease Of Use
Value For Money
Absence Of Side Effects
65 out of 65 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (48 reviews)
4 stars (17 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
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45 works well
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By Stanley Delbridge on 10 September 2019

works as well as the previous product we used

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55 Miracle worker!
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By Suzanne Waldron on 22 May 2019

My dog has needed this for 4 years now and it started working almost immediately - no more wet patches!!

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55 Propalin Syrup is a great product
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By Laura Burton on 12 May 2019

It does exactly what is says it will. Perfect

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55 Happy dog
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By Diane Dempsey on 30 October 2018

Brilliant products after 2 days no more leaks from our 10 year old border collie so happy dog and happy owner

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45 Fast and effective
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By Lynne Bulmer on 27 October 2018

Almost a miracle drug - immediately effective, our elderly bitch dried up after just one dose.

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Propalin Syrup for Dogs, including answers from our team.

29 October 2014 at 7:22pm

Giving the syrup

Barbara

Hi
I'm having real difficulty getting my whippet to take the syrup if I put it on food or a treat, she sniffs it and off she goes. Can I just administer directly in the mouth?

  • Non-Executive Director

Propalin can be given directly into the mouth if this is easier for you. You can follow this with a small treat, but not a heavy meal immediately. Absorption of the drug from the stomach is much better if there is minimal food present at the time.

21 May 2014 at 3:36am

Itchy chest

Gillian Daley

  • VioVet customer since 2013
  • From: nsw, Australia

Can Propalin syrup cause an itchy chest?

  • Non-Executive Director

This would be very unlikely. Occasionally behavioural changes are noted with Propalin (short-tempered dogs can be a bit worse) but not an itchy skin. In fact I would expect itching to be slightly reduced if anything.

Itchiness is very commonly caused by other things, mostly allergies to food proteins or inhaled dusts from the environment. These would be a much more likely cause, though it is not possible to say for certain.