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Bladder Infection Tincture - Pet medicine

Bladder Infection Tincture - Pet medicine

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Bladder infections in pets can be uncomfortable and sometimes painful. While antibiotics prescribed by a veterinarian are often necessary, there are herbal and natural remedies that can support your pet's urinary health. One such remedy is cranberry extract, which is well-known for its ability to prevent and alleviate urinary tract infections. Cranberry can help reduce the attachment of bacteria to the bladder lining and promote a healthier urinary system in pets. You can find cranberry supplements or treats specifically designed for pets, but always consult with a veterinarian for proper dosage.

Another natural approach for bladder infections in pets is the use of D-mannose, a type of sugar that can help flush out bacteria from the urinary tract. D-mannose is available in powder or capsule form and can be administered to your pet in consultation with a holistic veterinarian. Additionally, providing ample fresh water and encouraging your pet to stay well-hydrated is essential for flushing out bacteria and maintaining urinary health. 

Herbal remedies like uva ursi and marshmallow root can also be beneficial for bladder infections in pets. Uva ursi has antimicrobial properties and can help fight the infection, while marshmallow root can soothe inflammation and promote healing. These herbs should be used under the guidance of a naturopathic herbal therapist or veterinarian to ensure they are safe and appropriate for your pet's specific condition. Combining these natural treatments with professional veterinary care can provide a holistic approach to managing and preventing bladder infections in your pet.


How to Dose


0.5 kg – 4.5kg = 1-3 drops 2-3 x day

4.5kg – 10 kg = 3-5 drops 2-3 x day

10kg – 22kg = 5-10 drops 2-3x day

50kg onwards = 10 – 20 drops 2-3 x day

Start slow and slowly build up eg.  3 drops for first week, then increase second week to full dose. Remain on the dosage for a few weeks, then decrease slowly.  If symptoms return start again.


5 drops 2 x day with a strong-smelling food (to disguise) otherwise if you cat is brave you can place the drops inside their mouth.  Start slow and slowly build up eg.  3 drops for first week, then increase second week to full dose. Remain on the dosage for a few weeks, then decrease slowly.  If symptoms return start again.


May contain trace amounts of alcohol.  If you want to take the alcohol out of your tincture, then take lid off bottle, simmer slowly till water starts to bubble (only slightly bubbling) remover, then your done.  This will help to evaporate the alcohol from your tincture.



This website is for educational purposes only. The information provided here is not a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always consult with a qualified veterinarian or healthcare professional for specific concerns or issues related to your pet's health.

While natural therapies can be valuable in supporting your pet's health, it's crucial to emphasize that consulting with a qualified veterinarian may also be essential.  When incorporating natural therapies alongside conventional medicine for your pets, it's crucial to exercise caution and be aware of potential contraindications. Certain herbs or supplements may interact with prescribed medications, affecting their efficacy or causing unintended side effects, underscoring their importance.   Consulting with a veterinarian experienced in integrative approaches will help to ensure the well-being of your furry companions.


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