- Jen M.
- Jen M.
BERRI is a powerful bladder and kidney supplement for dogs suffering from urinary tract infections. The tablets contain 100% natural ingredients that help to develop healthy kidney and bladder and work as an excellent dog UTI irritation aid.
Active Ingredients (per tablet)
Di-Calcium Phosphate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate, Chicken Flavouring
Berri tablets are designed to be eaten directly or as a part of a meal, crushed if necessary into your dog's food or a treat. If multiple tablets are to be taken, these can be split throughout the day.
Up to 10
Up to 22
Antibacterial properties of cranberries help stopping E. coli bacteria (one of the most common causes of UTIs) from sticking to the cells lining the urinary tract.
Maintains healthy kidney function and immunity including the respiratory system, spleen, liver, kidney and circulatory health.
Contains a good source of iron and calcium, some potassium and silica – great for dogs who need extra trace minerals and vitamins in their diet.
A naturally occurring, fast-acting, and highly effective calming agent which does not compromise the immune system in any way.
Soothes and protects irritated and inflamed tissue, helps in removing bacteria and viruses, supports tissue regeneration.
A simple sugar that helps to prevent, treat and improve symptoms of UTIs by stopping the bacteria from sticking to the urinary tract cells.
Berri is a dog food supplement, not a medicine, and so it should be treated as such. Its natural ingredients are known for their beneficial properties when it comes to maintaining bladder and kidney health and offer an alternative choice of treating urinary tract infections. While it helped dogs do both – cure and prevent, it all depends on the dog's condition. We always recommend checking with the vet prior to using any supplements as they will know your dog's medical history and will be able to recommend the best treatment available.
Yes, it is.
No, there is no chicken in the chicken flavouring we use in our supplement. It is a synthetic flavour added to dextrose. Diabetic dogs should consult a vet before using the supplement, due to the dextrose used in the flavouring as it may not be suitable for them.
Berri was designed to help maintain a healthy bladder in dogs prone to urinary infections. It is not a toilet training aid for puppies.
Yes, in most cases Berri can be given to puppies older than 12-weeks. However, just to be sure it’s ok in your particular case, we always recommend checking with your veterinarian first as they will know best.
Berri tablets are hard but can be cut in half or ground into a powder using a kitchen mortar and pestle or a tablet grinder.
All dogs are different and their condition varies but most of our customers notice changes between 2–4 weeks of using the supplement, if not earlier.