How long can Sooth Bladder be given to a dog? I thought UVA Ursi should only be used short term not long term? Thank you
Thank you for your question! Soothe Bladder can be given long-term for prevention and maintenance of bladder issues. Uva Ursi is a powerful astringent, but since it's combined with antilithic herbs with demulcent and anti-microbial herbs such as marshmallow root in Soothe Bladder, the formula makes it safe to administer long term.
Hi, Is this product available to purchase anywhere is Australia? This product, along with the other herbal formulas for dog urinary/bladder issues, is what I'm after but cannot find anywhere else.
Hi there, thank you for your question! We are currently working on expanding PET | TAO shipping internationally from the US. It's not located at any vet clinics or stores in Australia yet. If you're interested in PET | TAO food, treats or supplements, please fill out our contact form and provide your address and we'll get you a shipping estimate and see what ingredients are allowed to be imported. It may take us a few days to look into these regulations. If you already know what you're allowed to import, please let us know as this will speed up the process. If you're interested in Jing Tang herbals, these may already be available in Australia. We recommend contacting the Chi Institute in Australia at this link to see if there are any vets in Australia who carry the herbs: http://www.tcvm.com.au/
Could this be given to a cat, perhaps at a smaller dose?
Hi there! This product should be available in about a week. Thank you for your patience.
I’m wondering if my 14 year old diabetic dog (controlled for 3 years) would be able to take this blend prophylactically? She has been free from bladder infections, but recently has had two within a month of each other. She is a spayed Aussie/Border/Kepie mix
Thanks for your question! Dogs often take PET | TAO Soothe Bladder as a preventative measure in addition to taking it during episodes of infection.