Bladder Support 50ml
1 x bottle of liquid remedy
- unique Veterinary Formula remedy developed over 25 years
- proven in clinical veterinary practice
- 100% natural ingredients
- specially formulated to maintain normal bladder control, and healthy urine
- involuntary leaking of urine*
- maintaining a healthy bladder in a pet prone to infections or the formation of urinary crystals
*Typically needs to be given for 4-6 weeks before the full effects are seen.<--
Mabel is a 13.5 year old spayed Golden Retriever and she had intermittent urinary incontinence. Her ?pantaloons? would be soaking wet and at times she would stink of urine, requiring frequent baths to keep her clean. We decided to try Dr MacNally?s Bladder Support and were informed it could take up to two to three months to see a difference. It did take a while, perhaps six to seven weeks, and now Mabel has been completely dry for several weeks. We are absolutely delighted as to how well she has responded to this tincture.
When Magic first started on Bladder Support, she was wetting her bed every night. This wasn?t nice for her (nor us having to wash her bed daily). She was also put on Incurin tablets. She started being dry so after a few weeks / months, I slowly reduced the Incurin. She was on Bladder Support twice a day, few drops in each of her meals. Magic continued to be dry, so I started reducing Bladder Support. She now only has this in her tea and has been dry for almost two years (fingers crossed it continues). Thanks you!
This is just what my cat needed to help her bladder
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Bladder Support 50ml
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Give 2-3 drops 3 times daily, by gently dabbing on the outside of the lips with a clean finger.
Alternatively, add to a morsel of food.
Also add a little to drinking water daily.
Can be used indefinitely.
Spring water and alcohol (25%) plus extracts of Berberis vulgaris, Equisetum, Plantain and Verbascum thapsus.
Store in a cool, dark place away from strong odours.
Keep out of sight and reach of children.
To be used as a dietary supplement and not as a substitute for appropriate veterinary care where necessary.