UTI -EASE

UTI -EASE

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Does your dog suffer from recurring urinary tract inflammation or infections?? These are not only painful and distressing for your dog and very frustrating for you as the owner, but they are also dangerous if left untreated as they can lead to kidney problems over time.

More than 15% of all dogs will experience at least one infection in their lifetime and some have ongoing chronic or recurring issues which worsen as time goes on. The great majority of dogs have been treated with ANTIBIOTICS for this type of infection and while we know how life saving these drugs can be, in terms of their side effects, they can be highly damaging to the gut and immune system and ultimately lead to more infections due to their impact on these organs. 

Herbs have a long history of being an effective alternative to treat many types of infections and are highly beneficial in the treatment of urinary issues. Our UTI- EASE formula has been prescribed with great success in our clinic here in Brisbane and can be an excellent alternative to the use of medications. This formula can be used for both acute infections or where there are low grade more chronic symptoms going one. 

Some of the common symptoms to look out for with a urinary infection include:

  • Frequent urination.
  • Blood in the urine.
  • Dribbling urine.
  • Crying out while urinating.
  • Straining to urinate.
  • Frequently or obsessively licking the genital area.

The herbs in this formula include Buchu, Yarrow, Rosehips, and Uva ursi which have all been traditionally used to ease inflammation and irritation and soothe inflamed tissues, as well as boost the immune response and fight infectious agents.

MIX DROPS INTO ANY FOOD.

FOR ACUTE INFECTIONS, GIVE DOSAGE EVERY TWO HOUR FOR UP TO 3 DAYS.

FOR MAINTENANCE, GIVE DOUBLE THE DOSE TWICE DAILY IN FOOD

FOR MORE SPECIFIC DOSING CONTACT CANINE VITALITY.

AVOID IN PREGNANT AND LACTATING BITCHES.

STORE HERBS AWAY FROM HEAT AND DIRECT SUNLIGHT IN A COOL DRY PLACE.

***Of course we recommend seeking your vets advice when it comes to getting an accurate diagnosis of your dog's health problem as it is important to rule out more serous underlying diseases including renal (kidney) disease