BERRI – Bladder & Kidney Cranberry Support for Dogs

Directions of Use

BERRI is a powerful bladder and kidney supplement for dogs that helps with urination, looks after urinary tract wellness and maintains kidney and bladder health.

The tablets contain a blend of 100% natural ingredients such as cranberry powder (works as a natural cleanser), marshmallow root (lubricates internal tissues and aids urinary tract), D-mannose (stops certain bacteria from sticking to the bladder walls), liquorice (fast-acting calming agent), astragalus root (maintains healthy kidney function), and nettle seed (good source of iron and calcium ).


Active Ingredients (per tablet)

Cranberry Powder - 75mg

Marshmallow Root - 50mg

D-mannose - 50mg

Liquorice - 50mg

Astragalus Root - 40mg

Nettle Seed - 10mg 


Inactive Ingredients

Di-Calcium Phosphate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate, Chicken Flavouring



120 chicken flavoured tablets | Only £0.14/tablet



Is Berri a remedy for UTI or just a preventative?

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.


Is Berri gluten-free?

Yes, it is.


My dog is allergic to chicken. Does Berri actually contain the chicken protein or is it an artificial flavouring?

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.


Would Berri help my puppy control her bladder?

Berri was designed to help maintain a healthy bladder in dogs prone to urinary infections. It is not a toilet training aid for puppies. 


Can Berri be given to a puppy?

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.  



Are these tablets hard or soft and chewy?

These tablets are hard but can be cut in half or ground into a powder using a kitchen mortar and pestle or a tablet grinder.



How long should it take to see the results?

All dogs are different and their condition varies but most of our customers notice changes between 2–4 weeks of using the supplement.

Look After Your Best Friend’s Urinary Tract Health. Say hello to Berri!

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
Sarah D.S.

Purchased this as a one off originally as my disabled pug had been battling a recurrent UTI from June -September this year. The various courses of antibiotics that we got from the vets just weren't working & after frantically searching for other solutions, I stumbled across Berri from Dog's Lounge. Thought we had nothing to lose by trying it & since my fur baby has been on these, he hasn't had any more problems with a UTI. Have now ordered on a subscription - won't be without these! Highly recommend this product

Abi& S.
Soft inuff to Crush

I have a 15 yr old Toy Yorkie Terrier. We have been having "accidents" for a while. She had all the tests including blood but they couldn't find anything wrong. They gave her a prescription drug but it didn't work. A few months ago she got sick with a bug. Whilst she was sick her "accidents" stopped. When she got better the "accidents" resumed. The vet wanted to do more tests. I said "no" as I don't want her to have more trauma at her age & they all charge ridiculous amounts. I googled & came across Beri Beri. I read the reviews & thought what have I to lose. She is definitely now having less accidents. I'm little confused by reviewers saying they are having difficulty crushing them. I personally haven't found this to be a problem. Try using a Pestle & Mortar. If I came across someone having the same problem I would encourage them to try this product.

Nicola N.
Early days but so far so good

My elderly dog quite frequently was not managing to last through night. Since taking the tablets (1 week) there have been no incidences of this. If this continues I will definitely continue buying these tablets.

Pauline W.
Incontinence support

Our elderly gsp is happy to eat these tablets she thinks they are a treat, it's early days but they seem to be reducing her incontinence, fingers crossed.

Sue D.

I would love to try your product,my dog is allergic to chicken though ,has this got chicken in it or is just flavouring x

Hi Sue! Thank you for your question regarding our Berri supplement. You can give it to your dog as the chicken flavouring is not derived from actual animal. I hope this helps.