Urinary Tract Infections
Feeding guide for any dog who suffers from urinary tract infections (UTIs)
- Ready for immediate download
- Canine Nutritionist-approved
- Overview of urinary tract infections, their causes, symptoms and management
- Dietary adjustments and guidelines
- Suggested natural supplements
- Less than the price of a veterinary consultation
- Complete with recipes
Dog Urinary Tract Infection Treatment
Divided into four key components, your dog’s urinary tract is responsible for the removal of waste products from the body. The kidneys filter and remove waste and extra fluid. The ureters (there are two of them) connect the kidneys to the bladder. The bladder acts as a reservoir for urine, the waste processed by the kidneys. And the urethra is the duct the urine passes through on its way out of your dog’s body. Canine urinary tract infections (UTIs), also know as bladder infections or cystitis, occur when bacteria colonise some part of the urinary tract and cause a bacterial infection.
This painful and uncomfortable condition affects both humans and dogs. It can occur in either the upper urinary tract (the kidneys and the ureters), or the lower urinary tract (the bladder and the urethra). It can make urination difficult and painful.
Canine urinary tract infections commonly come about as a result of another, underlying medical condition. But once your veterinarian has diagnosed and treated this condition, you will want to minimise the chance of a repeat infection. An improved diet can reduce the chance of a repeat bacterial infection by improving your dog’s immune system.
A natural treatment plan for canine urinary tract infections
My dog urinary tract infection treatment plan addresses the issue of canine urinary tract infections by improving your dog’s diet. By improving your dog’s diet, you will boost his or her immune system. Boosting the immune system will not only reduce the chance of a repeat UTI, it will improve your dog’s health in general. Making he or she most resistant to other diseases and infections. In other words, it will improve your best friend’s overall health!
Urinary tract infections don’t have to be a fact of life for your dog. Canine UTIs are both preventable and treatable. And all it takes is an improved diet!