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Does your dog urinate involuntarily?

Don’t ignore it. Find out how you can help

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Does your dog urinate involuntarily?

 

Don’t ignore it. Find out how you can help!

If you’ve noticed your dog leaking urine, it can be a cause for concern and you might have wondered whether they are suffering from urinary incontinence. While many different factors can cause UTIs in dogs, some of the most common reasons include urinary tract infections, bladder infections, spaying (for female dogs), and old age. 

 

Figuring out why your dog is suffering from urinary incontinence is crucial for ensuring they receive the right course of treatment. Here are some of the most common causes of incontinence in dogs.

Ectopic Ureter(s)

Young dogs can be born with a defect that causes incontinence called  ectopic ureter(s ) . The ureters transport urine from your dog’s kidneys to their bladder. If one or both ureters go past the bladder and connect to an abnormal area like the urethra, then it can result in urinary dribbling.

Bladder Infections

Dogs suffering from a bladder infection have a strong urge to urinate, which can cause them to pee inside or more frequently. Persistent bladder infections can cause scarring of the bladder and stop it from stretching to hold urine.

Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary tract infections in dogs occur when bacteria gets into the bladder and forms an infection. If your dog has a UTI, they may urinate frequently or strain when peeing. Once the infection subsides or has been treated, your dog’s urinary sphincter might be more sensitive than usual. This can cause leaking or incontinence when your dog is sleeping.

Urinary Obstruction

Calculi (stones) can develop in the urinary tract in dogs and become stuck inside the urethra, blocking it as a result. The urethra can also become blocked from scar tissue, if the bone is fractured, or if a tumour is present around the genital area.

**Seek your vet if you suspect any of the above**

If you’ve noticed your dog leaking urine, it can be a cause for concern and you might have wondered whether they are suffering from urinary incontinence. While many different factors can cause UTIs in dogs, some of the most common reasons include urinary tract infections, bladder infections, spaying (for female dogs), and old age. 

 

Figuring out why your dog is suffering from urinary incontinence is crucial for ensuring they receive the right course of treatment. Here are some of the most common causes of incontinence in dogs.

Ectopic Ureter(s)

Young dogs can be born with a defect that causes incontinence called  ectopic ureter(s ) . The ureters transport urine from your dog’s kidneys to their bladder. If one or both ureters go past the bladder and connect to an abnormal area like the urethra, then it can result in urinary dribbling.

Bladder Infections

Dogs suffering from a bladder infection have a strong urge to urinate, which can cause them to pee inside or more frequently. Persistent bladder infections can cause scarring of the bladder and stop it from stretching to hold urine.

Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary tract infections in dogs occur when bacteria gets into the bladder and forms an infection. If your dog has a UTI, they may urinate frequently or strain when peeing. Once the infection subsides or has been treated, your dog’s urinary sphincter might be more sensitive than usual. This can cause leaking or incontinence when your dog is sleeping.

Urinary Obstruction

Calculi (stones) can develop in the urinary tract in dogs and become stuck inside the urethra, blocking it as a result. The urethra can also become blocked from scar tissue, if the bone is fractured, or if a tumour is present around the genital area.

Hormone-responsive Incontinence

Hormone-responsive incontinence happens in both female and male neutered dogs, but it’s largely seen in middle-aged and senior female dogs. Dogs with this condition pee normally, but will leak urine when they are lying down.  The cause is related to the hormone estrogen. Estrogen strengthens your dog’s muscles, which helps control urination. When a female dog is spayed and their ovaries are removed, their estrogen levels are low.

 

**Seek your vet if you suspect any of the above**

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Bladder & Kidney Supplement

BERRI is a powerful bladder and kidney supplement for dogs that help with urination, look after urinary tract wellness and maintain kidney and bladder health.

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SAFE AND NATURAL INGREDIENTS

Berri maintains your dog’s healthy kidney and bladder, so your long-lived friend can feel happy and refreshed. Use Berri supplement tablets for bladder support and urinary tract care.

 

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HELPS TO MAINTAIN KIDNEY AND BLADDER HEALTH

Berri sustains the quality of life for all kind of dogs – large, small, young and old. Help your friend with urination, look after the urinary tract wellness, as well as maintain kidney and bladder health.

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NATURAL AND PREMIUM QUALITY INGREDIENTS

Berri tablets come in a delicious chicken flavour that your dog will love. They contain natural remedies such as cranberry powder, marshmallow root, d-mannose, liquorice, astragalus root, and more.

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Our supplement is manufactured in the UK to GMP code of practice to ensure product quality and safety.

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SUCCESS!!!

My GSD is 13 years old and started leaving damp patches everywhere she lay. The vet said it was a urine infection and prescribed antibiotics for 10 days, in which time she recovered. However, a week later the problem reoccurred. This is when I decided to try the Berri pills again and within days she is completely dry and back to normal. I’m so pleased and would recommend these pills. I take four pills out the night before then cut into small pieces and hide in food - success!!!

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GREAT PRODUCT

I have a Dalmatian which is prone to bladder stones due to the breed! So I use Berri to keep him all balanced out and happy. It definitely has made a difference, he had a weird rash and hair loss on his back which has cleared up after the inclusion of Berri and Vita to his food :) Will definitely be sticking to these supplements for our boy!

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GREAT FOR SENIOR PETS

My dog is 11 and kept having accidents, then I noticed blood. I came across Berri after lots of googling. I've been using this product now for 12 weeks and I've seen a massive improvement. I just put 2 tablets in her food in the morning and 2 at night. I have subscribed for them monthly and there's been no accidents now for about 8 weeks. She seems more controlled with her bladder functions. They really do work - no more blood and no more accidents.

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