NOW Foods USA
Now Foods, Pets, Urinary Support, For Dogs/Cats, 90 Chewable Tablets
Urinary Support for Dogs/Cats
90 Chewable Tablets
- Helps Maintain Normal Function of the Urinary Tract
- Quality Seal - NASC - National Animal Supplement Council
- For Use In Dogs and Cats Only
- Gluten Free
NOW Pets Urinary Support is formulated to help maintain normal urinary pH, which may help reduce the occurrence of urinary crystal formation. It also helps to maintain normal urinary tract function and may help to support normal kidney detoxification processes.
21 to 40 lbs. 1 tablet twice daily
41 to 80 lbs. 2 tablets twice daily
Over 81 lbs. 3 tablets twice daily
|Active Ingredients per Chewable Tablet:|
|Corn Silk||100 mg`|
|Cranberry Powder||100 mg|
|Uva Ursi Extract||100 mg|
|Red Raspberry Leaf||100 mg|
|Marshmallow Root||25 mg|
|Juniper Berries||25 mg|
Inactive Ingredients: Calcium carbonate, cellulose, chicken flavor, chicken liver powder, silica and stearic acid.
For animal use only.
Keep out of the reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately.
Cautions: Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. Not intended for long-term use. Contraindicated with kidney disorders and conditions giving rise to acidic urine. Absorption of drugs taken simultaneously may be delayed.
If animal's condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian.
An examination from a veterinarian is recommended prior to using this product.
About Dr. Royal
Barbara Royal, DVM, CVA, founder and owner of The Royal Treatment Veterinary Center, is an internationally renowned pioneer in complementary medicine and physical rehabilitation. A passionate advocate of common-sense and cutting-edge approaches to optimal animal health, Dr. Royal provides a bridge between Western and Eastern medicine.
Dr. Royal has extensive experience in veterinary care, including zoo, marine, and wildlife animals, emergency medicine, pathology, conventional practices, nutrition, herbal remedies, physical rehabilitation techniques, and alternative treatments. She is also an acupuncture expert for pets and exotic zoo creatures.