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    Urinary tract infection

    Suggestions for supplements that will help reduce UTI? I need help...thanks

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    Re: Urinary tract infection

    Cranberry is all I know, but I have not had a problem with UTI in my Bulldogs!

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    Re: Urinary tract infection

    yep... as Alcie suggested, cranberry pills

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    Re: Urinary tract infection

    Cranberry pills will help prevent-- but they will not cure one. Only way to cure is antibiotics, and making sure it's gone completely after all antibiotics have been taken.

    There is a supplement I've used before to take with the antibiotics with great results. It's called Resources Urinary Tract Support.


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    Re: Urinary tract infection

    My pup had bladder infections when I first got her that were pretty bad. She did 2 courses of antibiotics about 10days each time. The first round wasn't strong enough so that's why it came back. The second round worked though. I started giving her cranberry extract power (Cranberry Relief by NaturVet) everyday since then as a preventative measure. I don't really know if it works but she hasn't had another one so I'm hoping it's helping!

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