|12-24-2013 07:28 AM|
Here are some natural remedies you can try!
Homeopathic’s – Are derived from animal, vegetable, or mineral ingredients and works with the body to balance the problem. Specific “remedies” are used for incontinence. If after trying one for a few weeks does not work, try one of the other choices, as each contain a different combination of Homeopathic's.
Only Natural Pet "Incontinence":
Only Natural Pet Incontinence Dog Cat Homeopathic Remedy
Glandula Suprarenalis 6x
Calcarea Carbonica 12x
Gelsemium Sempervirens 12x
Equisitum Hyemale 6x
Folliculinum 6x, 30x
Sabal serrulata 3x
Thuja Occidentalis 12x
Leaks No More:
HomeoPet Leaks No More Dog Cat Homeopathic
Planto Major 6c&30c
Gelsemium Sempervirens 6c&30c
Alumina 6c&30c in 20% USP alc. in purified water.
Newton “Incontinence”: Newton Homeopathics Bladder Kidney Dog Cat
Active Ingredients: Thyroidinum 12x, Glandula Suprarenalis 6x, Alumina 12x, Calcarea Carbonica 12x, Cantharis 12x, Causticum 12x, Hypothalmus 6x, Gelsemium Sempervirens 12x, Equisitum Hyemale 6x, Pulsatilla 12x, Pituitary 6x, Folliculinum 6x, 30x, Sepia 12x, Sabal serrulata 3x, Thuja Occidentalis 12x .
Herbals – Mullein Leaf – Helps to tone bladder muscles.
You can purchase a brand like Alvita Mullein Leaf Tea Bags at a health food store, steep in ˝ to 1 cup of boiling water until cold. Give 2 tablespoons of the diluted mix after the evening meal and before you let them out for the last time before bedtime . If your dog doesn’t care for it, add 1 or 2 Tablespoons of canned low salt, low fat chicken or beef broth.
Purchase pure loose Mullein Leaf and brew: using 1/2 teaspoon of crushed Mullein Leaf to 1 cup of boiled water, cover and steep for 20 minutes then strain with strainer. Give 2 tablespoons of the diluted mix after the evening meal and before you let them out for the last time before bedtime.
Fresh Vegetables- Adding 1/2 teaspoon of chopped fresh kale or parsley to the dog's food will help strengthen the kidneys too.
|12-24-2013 06:46 AM|
|JeanKBBMMMAAN||Weird it's blank screening me on the edit - I would really look at that ectopic ureter thing (for missles....).|
|12-24-2013 06:43 AM|
[Update: a retrospective study published in April 2013, found the incidence of spay incontinence to be just a little over 5 percent. The study also found no correlation between incontinence and the age of the dog at the time of spay. Larger dogs (over 33 lbs) were about 7 times more likely to develop incontinence after spaying than smaller dogs. See Evaluation of the prevalence of urinary incontinence in spayed female dogs: 566 cases (2003–2008) for more information.]
Anyway, this link has a lot of good information: DogAware.com Articles: Incontinence in Dogs
But your dog may have something else going on - something like ectopic ureters, vulvar fold thing, etc. Has links to links: http://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...ml#post4347818
Top 10 Causes of Female Urinary Incontinence
An ectopic ureter is seen on this IVP study in the pelvis of a 2-year-old incontinent female Yorkshire terrier.
Report this imagefrom: Common Cause of Chronic UTI Has a Surgical Solution
The original poster's dog - I would definitely be taking a urine sample in, probably the dog too.
|12-23-2013 09:46 PM|
|12-23-2013 09:26 PM|
|Castlemaid||Could be spay incontinence. I'd check for UTI first though, as suggested.|
|12-23-2013 09:23 PM|
Maybe a recurring mild UTI.
Have the Vet check her.
|12-23-2013 08:11 PM|
My spayed girl pees every few weeks in the house
Hi, I'm wondering if anyone can tell me why my girl does this. She's 3 years old, spayed and has been housebroken for years. A few months ago I noticed that about every few weeks she'll pee a little and drip in just a few areas of the house. It's normally in the same spots and only happens during the day. It only happens for a day or two and then stops. Has anyone else run across this?