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Urinaid Chewable Tablets

  • 1.3g Chewable Tablets » Pack of 60 £29.09

Description

Designed to improve the canine urinary tract, Urinaid by Vetplus is a palatable and powerful nutritional supplement boasting large concentrations of antioxidants. Enhanced with an effective calming ingredient, Urinaid can be used to treat bladder disorders, a common complaint in dogs suffering from diabetes and hyperadrenocortism. Uniquely formulated to displace bacteria along the urinary tract wall, Urinaid is the ideal product for use in conjunction with urinary medicines.

Each tablet contains D-Mannose 200mg, Cranberry 125mg, Pomegranate 75mg, Aswagandha 40mg.

Dose:

1 tablet per 10kg bodyweight, once daily or as directed by your veterinary surgeon. Avoid use in pregnant bitches or with other anti-anxiety or anti-seizure medication.

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Safety & side effects

5th Jul 2016
Lee Adey
  • VioVet Customer Since: March 2015
  • From: Berkshire, United Kingdom

My 10 yr old westie suffers with cystitis I currently give her Cystopro capsules and denes bladder support is it safe to give her this aswell and is it herbal or chemical

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This is basically a herbal product and it can be used alongside the other products you mention. There is a slight overlap in the ingredients but this is not a problem.

If the cystitis persists despite what you are doing, then it would be worth your vet performing a culture and sensitivity test on a clean urine sample, with a view to a long course of antibiotics. Hopefully this will not be needed, but sometimes it is the only way to eradicate a urinary infection. Persistent infections can possibly go on to cause kidney problems so the balance of risks can fall towards supporting the use of antibiotics.

Has the package changed?

22nd Apr 2016
Younghyae Kim
  • VioVet Customer Since: July 2015
  • From: South Korea, Korea, Republic of

The picture of the product seems weird. I have bought this product for months. I am wondering if this is the genuine VetPlus product.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

I agree with you about the image. It is just a bad choice of photograph used on the website and has nothing to do with the product actually sold. I have just changed the website photo to one which I think is a bit better. I can assure you though that the quality of the image is not connected with the actual product supplied

Is it okay to grind this tablet?

28th Nov 2015
Younghyae Kim
  • VioVet Customer Since: July 2015
  • From: South Korea, Korea, Republic of

I tried to feed this to my dog. He won't chew it. I would like to know if it is okay to feed him in powdered form just like I give him medicine with water.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This tablet can be broken up and mixed with food or liquid to help if required. You can break it up if you need to.

Can this be given with cancer cases?

15th Nov 2015
Younghyae Kim
  • VioVet Customer Since: July 2015
  • From: South Korea, Korea, Republic of

My dog has prostate cancer and bladder cancer. He is 13 years old and weighs 6kg. Should I give him 1 tablet each? He also takes Aktivait and Coatex everyday. Is it okay to give him all three of them together?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

It would be fine to give your dog one Urinaid tablet per day, along with the other supplements you are using. It is difficult to predict how much benefit you might get from this, but it would be safe and it seems reasonable to do all that you can. I hope things go as well as they can.

Delivery country

30th Sep 2015
Delivery country

Dear sir/madam

Can you deliver worldwide? Here is Korea.
If you do could you tell me how would be please.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

We do deliver to Korea. There is a £10 fee for post and packing. You can place the order online, provide your correct address and we will post it to you. The non-UK address will trigger the correct postage fee.

Dosage

29th Aug 2015
Jay

What is the dosage for a 6kg dog?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

Recommended daily amounts are approximate with this type of product and there is a large margin of flexibility. I would start on one tablet daily and after 2 weeks I would reduce to half a tablet daily. Long term you could use either amount depending on the results you get. Always aim for the lowest effective dose.

Suitable for puppies

27th Jun 2014
Richard Webb
  • VioVet Customer Since: January 2008
  • From: cambridgeshire, United Kingdom

Would this be suitable for a 4 month old puppy with a bladder infection

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This product is safe to use in a 4 month old puppy as long as you follow the dose guidelines. If problems persist then do make sure you see your vet.

Dosage

15th May 2014
Jax Wood

Can you advise what the dose would be for a 5kg dog?

Richard Spratley
  • Web Developer

The daily dose will be half a tablet for a 5kg dog.

Safety

12th Aug 2013
June Smith

My vet has just prescribed Urinaid for my elderly dog. He is already on phenobarital 15 mg (half a tablet twice a day). I notice in your description of Urinaid it states they they should be avoided if anti-seizure medication is prescribed. Is it safe to give to my dog in this case ?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

I have spoken to the technical advice section of the manufacturing company about this. The ingredient of Urinaid which has a slight calming effect (Ashwagandha) could theoretically have an additional effect combined with phenobarbitone and so cause slight drowsiness. The company said that there have been no reports of this actually happening and that they suspect the two products are often used simultaneously. However they wanted to point out the theoretical concern as part of being cautious and responsible. I would interpret this as meaning that the risk of any adverse effect occurring is very tiny, but you should check with your own vet before giving this supplement. It could be said that no medication which actually has an effect can be truly without any possible negative consequence, so it is a matter of balancing probabilities of useful against unwanted effects. Our impression is that Urinaid is in fact a very safe product.