Better Bladder Control - Homeopathic remedy for pet incontinence
- Effective for incontinent pets, including elderly dogs & cats & spayed bitches
- Reduces 'dribbling' and bladder 'accidents'
- Strengthens the bladder & improves bladder control
- Supports the sphincter muscles of the urethra
- Safe and effective homeopathic remedy
- Easy to administer
Support for bladder weakness & pet incontinence
The bladder is a stretchy pouch made up of muscle tissue, and is located in the lower abdomen. It is like a balloon that stores urine. The animal bladder serves the function of keeping the waste liquid in one place until it can be excreted - without letting it be re-absorbed into the body. When your pet’s bladder is full, his or her body sends a message to the brain, triggering a sequence of events. The urethra has a sphincter muscle that then relaxes, thus opening the bladder. The bladder then contracts, expelling urine from the body.
As dogs and cats age, it is common for these signals to get sent at the wrong times, or for the urethra sphincter muscle to become weakened. This may commonly cause urine dribbles or common incontinence. Certain illness or disorders (like diabetes and prostate disorders) may also cause bladder weakness. Urinary incontinence is also more common in spayed bitches.
How can Better Bladder Control help?
Better Bladder Control is a 100% safe and natural homeopathic remedy that uses ingredients known for their ability to address common bladder issues such as frequent dribbling and ‘accidents’, while also supporting the health and integrity of the urinary system. Taken internally, the ingredients in Better Bladder Control are homeopathic, thus addressing acute symptoms and also helping to maintain health and balance in the bladder. In addition, routine removal of waste and detoxification is also supported.
Better Bladder Control is easy to administer to your pets – simply sprinkle the tiny granules in the mouth where they will dissolve - or add to wet food.
What are the Ingredients?
- Cantharis (30C) suited to pets that tend to be sensitive and shy and often have the urge to urinate, this homeopathic remedy can be used to support the bladder.
- Causticum (6C) well known for its homeopathic use with regard to the urinary tract, this remedy is particularly useful when bladder ‘accidents’ occur while a pet is sneezing or barking
- Equisetum (6C) used to address dull aching in the bladder, this remedy is also useful for animals that urinate a large quantity of clear watery urine - where habit as well as physical factors is the cause for frequent urination
- Ferrum phos (6X) used frequently to address low energy, this remedy is also an effective homeopathic ingredient for pets that need bladder support.
Sucrose (inactive ingredient).
Our products are animal-cruelty free and individual ingredients are well-researched and are natural, safe and effective.
How has Better Bladder Control helped others?
“Our yorkie, Leo, was getting to the end of his life and was dribbling urine now and then. Our vet said it was nothing serious. We have been using the PetAlive products for a long while now and we decided to try this product. He has been a different dog and seems to know that he isn’t messing anymore. Thanks you for giving him back his dignity in his old age.” - Trudie, Jack and Leo
“This is a great product. We tried it on our cat that had incontinence now and then. All we can say is thank you.” - Jon
“My cat was hit by a car last year and has had related issues ever since. The vet had said to us that she would have bladder ‘accidents’ now and then. Sure enough, she has struggled to control her bladder. We were skeptical about this product, but with our vets approval we tried it. We cannot tell you how pleased we are to tell you that she can hold it in now! She still has one or two spills form time to time, but nothing like before! Thanks so much.” - Timothy and Lee
“…We have three cats and a dog. My wife was about to give up, she spent her entire life cleaning up after accidents. Our friend recommended this product and it has worked like a charm.” - Simon
“My dog used to wet himself when I arrived home from long trips. Our vet said this was because he got so excited to see me! I saw this product and decided to try it. My husband gives her a few doses the night before and on the morning I am due to arrive home. It’s worked every time!” - Merill
How do I use Better Bladder Control?
Better Bladder Control comes in convenient dissolvable granule form. The tiny granules are easy to administer to pets of all sizes and personalities and are simply sprinkled on the back of the tongue and left to dissolve. Alternatively, you can mix the dose in some wet food. No fuss and bother!
Directions: Sprinkle granules directly into the mouth and hold closed briefly, or add to wet food.
Initial dose: Every 30 minutes for up to ten doses. Thereafter, three times daily. When symptoms have subsided, you can reduce to once a day. Should symptoms re-appear, simply increase to three times a day again.
Cats and small dogs: One large pinch of granules.
Small to medium dogs: 2 pinches.
Medium to large dogs: 1/4 cap granules.
Note: May be used with UTI-Free.
CAUTION: Consult your vet if symptoms persist or worsen.
Management tips for incontinent dogs & cats
- Never punish your pet for accidents. There is always an underlying cause, even if that cause is poor house training.
- If your pet’s bladder control issues are related to house training, remember to use plenty of positive reinforcement and rewards for the correct behavior, rather than punishment for the wrong behavior.
- When loss of bladder control occurs during stress, excitement or as a submissive behavior, the best thing you can do is not make a fuss over the incident, but rather ignore it. Try removing the stressor and take steps to calm your pet down.
- Reduced bladder control is a common symptom in aging pets, or those suffering from Alzheimer’s. Try take your pet outside for “potty breaks” more frequently and reward them when they do urinate outside. For cats, you could try placing additional litter-trays around the house so that they are always readily available.
- Many older pets are embarrassed and confused about “accidents” when they do occur, especially if they have been perfectly house trained for years. While cleaning up the mess afterwards is no fun, try not to react in a way that will make your pet feel more humiliated.
There are certain things that you can do for your incontinent pet and help you manage this condition effectively:
- Provide fresh, clean water every day
- Feed your pet high quality commercial food or an all natural diet without preservatives, colorants or additives
- Do not let your pet hold urine in for long periods and encourage him to urinate by taking him out more frequently - in the mornings and after waking from a nap
- Wash your pet’s pelvic area, as well as the area surrounding, daily to prevent a foul odor and infection
- Trim or shave the hair on your pet’s stomach and around the inside of the thighs to prevent bacteria and moisture from accumulating against the skin
- Place a waterproof pad under your pet’s bedding or use old towels and blankets to cover the sleeping area
- If your dog is an indoor pet, confine him to an area of the house such as the laundry room that can be cleaned easily or install a doggy door so that your pooch can go outside
- Exercise your dog by going for walks at least twice daily
- Monitor your pet’s elimination habits so that you are aware of any changes
- Fit your pet with a disposable diaper to prevent unnecessary messes in the home – these are convenient as they can be thrown away
- Change diapers immediately after soiling occurs to prevent rashes, infections and inflammation of the bladder and skin
- Keep your cat’s litter box clean
- Disinfect areas where your pet has messed immediately with fragrant smelling household cleaners to eliminate smells and stains
- When pets are feeling unwell or have symptoms of a bladder infection, they may urinate in an unusual place to get your attention. Never ignore the message.
Disclaimer: This medicine has not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council. This medicine is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness. Please consult your veterinarian if symptoms persist.