Bladder Infection Remedies for Dogs

| Modified on Sep 07, 2021

D-Mannose
Posted by Lauren (Queens) on 07/22/2018
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D-Mannose for Uti in dogs

So guys....I have to share this for all the pet lovers out there since this site has helped me so much over the years, I felt like now is my time to make a contribution. So my 11 yr old cockapoo suddenly came down with an apparent Uti this weekend. I was at my wit's end trying to figure out what to do since his doctor's office was closed for the weekend. I tried probiotics/cranberry/uta ursi(not sure of the spelling) etc but nothing worked. I noticed that he started appearing really sick later that day and guys I was really scared. I mean this dog is my life lol....then I remembered....I had read somewhere that D-mannose is used sometimes with great success for this type of issue. I remembered that I had some stashed away in my pantry and immediately gave him to eat mixing it with a little bit of honey to make it more palatable. Well what do you know...the next morning, he went out to do his business and surprise....not a speck of blood in his urine, hallelujah.

Today day 2...same thing...urine clear as crystal. So guys please everyone with this problem try this remedy...hopefully it will work for you the way it did for me.

One more thing, your pup has to drink a lot of water to flush the bacteria out as well. In my case, my dog hates water so what I do is make some warm tea, add a little milk and he drinks it like crazy cause he loves milk.

If this post helps even one dog, I'll be so happy. Have a great night guys.


D-Mannose
Posted by Eve (Laguna Hills, Ca) on 04/23/2018
5 out of 5 stars

My daughter has large dogs. The dogs were getting UTI's. She has been giving D-Mannose to her dogs and happy day they are doing much better. She used the powder and mixes it in their food.


Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by Mama To Many (Tn) on 03/06/2018

Jana,

I would probably try 1/4 teaspoon apple cider vinegar in 2 teaspoons of yogurt twice a day.

I am making a wild guess that your dog is 15 pounds? If your dog is much smaller you could cut that amount in half.

Both are food and you can't really overdose.

~Mama to Many~


Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by Jana (Texas) on 03/05/2018

I'm interested in the Apple Cider Vinegar and yogurt recipe for uti's in dogs .. Can you givs me the exact amouit of each ingredient so I can get my doberman puppy feeling better...? Thank you.


Dietary Changes
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 02/17/2018

Great sleuthing there, Lauren! Glad he is doing better and that you shared what you learned!

~Mama to Many~


Dietary Changes
Posted by Lauren (Queens) on 02/13/2018
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Low phosphorus/Low crude protein for dogs with UTI's

Hey all you amazing folks at Ec....just wanted to share this with all you pet lovers out there. Approximately two months ago, I noticed my 10 year old cocker spaniel was passing blood when he pees. Needless to say, I was petrified when it first happened because my dog is my life lol. I immediately went to Dr. Google and quickly realized it can be caused by a UTI. Since I am into holistic, I started treating him with a few herbs which I purchased on Amazon. All was well for a while but then I noticed that as soon as he ate his kibble, after a few meals, the same thing happened. I went online again this time determined to find the true cause of this.

That's when I discovered that the phosphorous content as well as the crude protein in the food has to be super low in cases like this. I immediately got to work and found a food with 0.6% phosphorous from a company called First Mate with below 15% crude protein and guess what guys, it's been a month now and thank God he's good. I forget to add that I also started preparing some home cooked meals mostly with chicken and veggies which I feed him sometimes as well. Just wanted to share this with other animal lovers out there who might be faced with the same problem. Have a blessed day guys.

Apple Cider Vinegar Mixed in Food
Posted by Cathy (North Carolina) on 11/05/2017

How did you guys get the dogs to eat it - I just put it in a bowl for my girl and she will not touch it!!!!

EC: Try the topical application method... explained here: https://www.earthclinic.com/pets/acvfordogs.html


Apple Cider Vinegar Mixed in Food
Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 10/29/2017

Hey Juanita,

If your dog is unable to urinate you are dealing with a very serious problem and should take your dog to your vet. If you are dealing with a UTI, with frequent urination voiding very small amounts at a time, watch her closely on the ACV remedy and if she does not improve please call your vet and have a conversation about which tests are needed and what would be the most economical path forward for you and your dog.


Apple Cider Vinegar Mixed in Food
Posted by Juanita (Conway Sc) on 10/27/2017

I am trying this today. My shitz-zu is having problems urinating. I don't have the money to have all those tests run. I'm crossing my fingers in hopes that this works.


Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by Tammy (Plymouth, Mi) on 09/10/2017

I've got a 13 yr. old female beagle. She she frequent UTI, and they throw her kidney and liver enzymes into Orbit. I'm going t try the ACV and yogurt, it's Sunday night and although I gave her antibiotics I found from her last UTI (last month! ) I want to see if the natural remedy can help. Jenna has been to the vet 5 times and I've spent over $1500, to treat the UTI and associated sumptons. Very stressful for everyone. Stay tuned..


Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by Primas (Nj) on 08/26/2017
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My dog was trying to pee every 2 minutes and nothing was coming out. I found this website and went and bought the ACV and plain yogurt. Within a day she was almost back to normal. Only on day two. Keep you posted

Multiple Remedies
Posted by Barb (Australia) on 07/15/2017

Hello,

I have a paralysed Skye Terrier who is 15 years old and I have read the above with interest. I was wondering if anyone else has had a similar problem with their dog. Nowelle's problem is now 2 years old and was wondering if she found anything else to help out.

The Vet has told me there is no further antibiotics to help her.

I have tried pro-biotic yoghurt, Canberry powder (I stopped this because my husband thought her pink urine might be the result of the canberry colour), apple cider vinegar. Nothing seems to be working quickly.

I know she is old but is still active and gets around on her doggie wheels. I just wish I could stop the infections.


Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by Kathywithaktheonkyway (Angier, North Carolina ) on 05/24/2017 1 posts

My husband and I have been together for almost 19 years and we rescue and adopt out FURbabies. And because we couldn't have children it has become even more of a passion for us to continue this for as long as we can and we currently have 12, (We had 13, but one of our our dogs, Bambi Lynn, suddenly passed away overnight after I took her to the Vet on May 5, 2017!😥), of our own, of which 6 are dogs and 5 are cats and we're fostering 1 of the dogs named Caesar, since September 2015, since their owners had to move into a rental home where their landlord won't allow them to have their pets. Our FURbabies are our family and we love them with all of our hearts. Our FURbabie dog, Lucy Lu, has Degenerative Myelopathy since last Summer and it's slowly been getting worse with her not being able to walk on her back legs. She had to stop going on walks with me with our other seven dogs, so I bought a harness for her and also a wheelchair. She is on Glucosamine Chondroitin and Meloxicam for arthritis and miraculously on January 1, 2017, she jumped up on her back legs and ran so fast down the front steps that I didn't expect it and I fell. Lol😝

Well, on this past Sunday morning, May 21, 2017, I took her outside to go to the bathroom and I noticed she couldn't pee very much which concerned me. I looked it up online and it said that it's definitely a side effect of her Degenerative Myelopathy. So I googled what I could do to help her with her urinary problems since it was on a Sunday and that's where I found this recipe for Apple Cider Vinegar, Plain Yogurt and Water for hydration. My husband went to the grocery store to get the yogurt and I mixed 1.5 tablespoons of the Apple Cider Vinegar with the Yogurt and added a little water for hydration and mixed it all together. I taste tested it before I gave it to her before I mixed it and after I mixed it and it tasted the same and she loved it! And the best part is that it actually worked and she's been peeing just fine ever since. I give it to her 2 x a day and it's like a treat to her.

i can't thank you enough for this recipe! It truly has been a blessing to us! ❤🐾❤



Apple Cider Vinegar Mixed in Food
Posted by Tammy (St Louis) on 04/24/2017

My 18 lb shitzu has bladder stones. How much ACV is put on the food?


Apple Cider Vinegar Mixed in Food
Posted by Katherine (Wesley Chapel, Fl) on 04/21/2017

My 95 pound, 7 yr old black lab has all the symptoms of a UTI. I just gave her a 2nd dose of 2-tbsp ACV mixed into her kibble. I was wondering... how long did it take before your dogs UTI cleared up?


Sea Salt
Posted by Dagmar Leininger (Jacksonville Fl) on 03/08/2017
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Thank you for these recipes, I have tried the Sea Salt with a bit of Apple Cider Vinegar in my dog's water and after 24 hrs, I AM SEEING GOOD RESULTS, thank you!!!


Cranberry
Posted by Wilma (Vancouver, Canada) on 02/21/2017
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Organic Cranberry extract for pet UTIs, struvite stones and to acidify urine naturally.

While everyone generally knows that cranberry supplements are usually mentioned when trying to prevent urinary tract infections, it's sometimes not so well known that many supplements don't actually contain enough of the active phytochemical or the right ones to make a substantial difference to a dog or cat suffering UTIs. Cats that have diabetes are for example very prone to recurring UTIs as well as dogs that suffer from bladder cancer (TCC). Also not that well know is the fact that struvite bladder stones in dogs are usually a result of chronic UTIs. The recent lawsuit against multinational pet food companies regarding their "Prescription diets" also highlights the fact that these diets, frequently prescribed for urinary issues and bladder stones, are filled with low quality ingredients and might not be that different to those that are less expensive and "non prescription". So do cranberry supplements actually work?I would imagine that the key would be to find a "clinically proven pet UTI supplement", that has actually been independently tested and verified to work. I know of only one product that actually fits this bill and there are many reviews online, as well as the published clinical trial info in an actual Veterinary Journal. The product is called "Cranimals Original" and works to prevent recurrent UTIs from E Coli, and also prevents struvite stones from infections, acidifies urine naturally and helps alleviate infection related incontinence. Plus it helps reduce the continual use of antibiotics. It's non GMO and organic to boot.

So, perhaps Earthclinic members will be interested in the product along with all the other remedies they have posted about for urinary issues in pets.


Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 02/24/2017

Hey Carol,

There are many doses you can try, and 1 teaspoon to 2 cups of water might be a tolerable [taste wise] dose for your puppy. You can also try 2 tablespoons into half a can of tuna and see if she will take that as a treat. I also urge you to see your vet - as you say, your girl is a rescue and you do not know her history, so you want to rule out deeper issues such as bladder stones or crystals. If this were my pup I would do the ACV - and the vet, just in case.


Apple Cider Vinegar in Goat Milk
Posted by Kelley (Missouri) on 02/21/2017

So sorry for your loss of Lola. I came across this thread as I was searching for a UTI home remedy for my dog. Your post saddened me so that I felt I had to extend my sympathy to you for your loss of a very dear friend. May your heart be filled with many happy memories of Lola.


Apple Cider Vinegar in Goat Milk
Posted by David10118 (Aubrey, Tx) on 02/01/2017

Hi Theresa, I wanted to inform you that Lola has passed. She spent all day Monday at the vet. Her blood was taken and many tests were run on it to rule out all types of diseases, cancer and pancreatitis. Her urine was also tested and everything looked good there too. She seemed to be fine all day. When we got her home, she had several shaking seizures and finally passed a few hours later. The vet was unsure of what caused her death. I want to thank you for your replies and advice. She will be missed dearly. She was a daddy's girl for sure. We also have an 8 month old Yorkie (Georgia) and a 7 year old Dachshund/Havenese Mix (Mia), both seem to be in very good health. Mia is Lola's sister and does miss her. I can tell she looks for her around the house from time to time. Again, thanks for everything. I hope our 2 remaining little ones live a long and healthy life.


Apple Cider Vinegar in Goat Milk
Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 01/30/2017

Hey David,

It can take a week to get on top of the infection and for the pain to go away but you normally see gradual improvement - are you seeing that here? Did your vet check for bladder stones or crystals in the urine? For sure keep up the ACV any way she will take it, and consider D-mannose powder as well.


Apple Cider Vinegar in Goat Milk
Posted by David10118 (Aubrey, Tx) on 01/29/2017

Thanks Theresa! We did take her last Wednesday (1-25). The vet checked her out and prescribed Clavamax and some Metacam for the inflammation. She was feeling pretty good for a day or so, then her pain and shaking started up again. She urinated in bed last night, so she is urinating, but mostly inside, and very little too. But no blood as far as I can see. She's not eating much, but I'm able to give her water using a syringe. We do give her grain free food and usually get the better Fromme products. She also loves drinking raw goats milk. I add some ACV in that as well as the water. Does this normally take this long for a small dog to improve? She's been laying around a lot, but the vet said to keep her calm and to let her rest. She doesn't want to jump on the couch or get off once she's up and she squeals a little in pain when she lands on her legs. I hope she gets back to feeling like herself within a few days. I appreciate your reply!!


Apple Cider Vinegar in Goat Milk
Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 01/24/2017

Hello David,

If this were my dog I would take her to the vet and get the meds again. I say this because you gave both the meds and the ACV, and then the issue resolved in short order: it is hard to know which remedy worked. Antibiotics tend to act very quickly while the ACV can take time, and your dog is hurting right now. So please, if you do not see immediate improvement with the ACV, take your girl in to the vet. One other thought; UTI's in pets have been directly linked to grain based diets. Please take a look at your dog food ingredient label and if you see corn and grains in the first few ingredients consider changing the diet to a meat based /grain free diet. You may pay more upfront for the food, but you save in the end with fewer vet bills.


Apple Cider Vinegar in Goat Milk
Posted by David10118 (Aubrey, Tx) on 01/23/2017
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Our poodle mix Lola is experiencing a UTI that started last night. I just gave her some organic ACV mixed it in with about 4 oz of raw goats milk. Hollywood Feed and other holistic based stores will carry it. I'll see if it works for her. I can tell she's in pain and she's shaking. Her tail is between her legs as if she's quite uncomfortable. I fed it to her the last time she had a UTI along with the meds the vet gave me. She sprung back to herself within a few days. I'm hoping this works. The vet's bill was outrageous for the diagnosis.

Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by Maria Cecilia (West Covina, California) on 12/30/2016
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My dog was going through the same exact situation. It started at midnight and by 2:30 am she could not even be in bed for ten seconds. While getting ready to take her to an emergency vet, I ran across this site and read your post. I am so thankful! I gave her one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar mixed with two teaspoons of a vanilla yogurt I had. It was incredible! 10 minutes later she went to bed. She asked to go outside only once more and it was just a normal peepee request. 🤗


Cream of Tartar
Posted by Theresa (Ontario) on 11/24/2016

Thank you very much I wasn't sure what to do. I am one of many dog owners that can not afford a vet bill.


Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by Lady Dawnie (Orlando, Fl) on 11/14/2016
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Hi, my Sasha is a 8yr. old 80 pound American Pitbull who has been dry peeing for a few days. I thought about ACV as I use it daily for many things for my family. However, I knew she would not drink her water if she smelled Apple Cider Vinegar in her bowl. I'm so happy I found this site. I mixed 2 teaspoons of organic apple cider vinegar with 2 teaspoons of plain greek yogurt. After tasting this well mixed creamy remedy I added 2 teaspoons of applesauce to sweeten the bitter taste before giving it to Sasha and she loved her new treat. I will repeat in the morning. Sasha is sleeping like a baby. I will update after a few days of am and pm treatments.

Thanks for saving me a small fortune!


Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by K (Md) on 11/11/2016

I would never make my dog go on for 2 weeks without seeing a vet for something making her miserable. :(


Test for Bladder Stones
Posted by Mbee (Vancouver Ca) on 11/01/2016
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While I'm all for natural remedies, I definitely recommend seeking out a vet if UTI symptoms crop up in your pooch. I frequently use natural remedies for myself when treating a UTI, but I also know what's wrong with myself and force myself to drink tons of water to flush things out. Unfortunately we can't do this with our dogs.

my dog has had UTI's before, so I just assumed he had one again. After trying d-mannose, cranberry, ACV, kefir and increased water on my pooch to no avail I took him to the vet. THANK GOD I DID! His X-rays revealed 8 bladder stones one of which was lodged in his penis and he had to be operated on immediately to avoid going into Kidney failure.

I'm so grateful I didn't chance it, and wait any longer. Apparently certain breeds are quite prone to stones, so taking them to the vet is definitely worth it. Yes it was expensive. X-rays and bloodwork $650, surgery etc $2000, but I still have my Chewie! <3 As vet owners we can do all the reading we want, but there really is no replacement for things like blood tests and X-rays. So remember to keep that in mind if after a few days your dogs symptoms don't stop. Or maybe try one of those home uti tests to see if he or she has one, and if not get her to the vet ASAP.


Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by Jane (Penticton, British Columbia) on 10/26/2016

Just to update .... I waited til she was finished with the antibiotics and saw signs that she still had an infection, so I mixed up about a tablespoon of vanilla yogurt with about a scant 1/2 tsp. ACV and literally coaxed her to try it and she ate it once she got a taste of it. Did this morning and evening for 3 days and she seems to be fine now. if I see any signs of infection starting up again, I will start using the yogurt and ACV again.


Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by Jane (British Columbia) on 10/17/2016

My little 7 lb. dog is being treated now for a bladder infection with antibiotics from the vet. Can I also give her ACV and greek vanilla yogurt treatment at the same time or should I wait til the antibiotics are finished (she is on day 6 of a 10 day schedule)? Also I am confused about administering water. If I mix ACV and yogurt ... do I also add water to the mix?


D-Mannose
Posted by Love Of Dogs (Australia) on 09/24/2016

I know olive leaf extract is a good immune booster & natural type antibiotic, doesn't kill good bacteria that I know of though. Also Manuka honey.


Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by Shaena (Colorado) on 09/22/2016

It's very good to put it in Dog's water. If you're using the right ratio of vinegar to wate,r they shouldn't taste it.


Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by Crittaj (Columbus Ga) on 09/05/2016
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About 3 days ago my husband noticed blood in our 11 yr. old Italian Greyhound. It was easy to see in the grass after she urinated. She had been wanting to go outside about every hour or so and seem restless, just wouldn't settle down. Wanting to avoid an expensive vet visit, and also it was a holiday weekend, I looked online to look for a solution. I was very happy to read about Apple Cider Vinegar and the success fur baby owners have had with it. I immediately gave some to my dog in some plain yogurt and within a couple of hrs she seemed much more comfortable and didn't need to go outside nearly as often. By the next day I couldn't see blood in the grass when she urinated. There is still a little blood on tissue if I wipe her after going outside. Now, though, she smells the Apple Cider Vinegar and won't go near it or anything I put it in. Tried a syringe and she runs....any suggestions?

Sea Salt
Posted by Mary (Michigan) on 09/05/2016

What do you put the sea salt in or on and how often and how much? I have a 11 yr.old pomeranian that weighs 30 pounds.


Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 09/01/2016

Hey Pitlover!

A friend in breed here :-) A UTI is often the result from feeding a kibble that is corn based or contains grains. Please read your dog food ingredient label and if it contains corn or grains then look at switching to a grain free brand as keeping her on this diet will only lead to more UTI's and very likely skin complications.


Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by Pitlover (Puyallup, Wa.) on 08/31/2016
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My blue nosed pitbull has been crying all afternoon and she started having blood show up in her urine. She started crying a lot more along with waiting by the backdoor to be taken outside to urinate frequently and she is straining to pee. Unfortunately my vet is closed for the day, so I decided to see what I could find online to make my puppy more comfortable in the meantime. I came across this website and after reading all the positive posts about apple cider vinegar, I decided to give it a shot. I mixed her a tablespoon of unfiltered organic apple cider vinegar and 2 tablespoons of plain vanilla greek yogurt. She is whining much less now and not waiting to be taken out every 10 seconds. So I am pretty happy that this seems to have worked for her. I was expecting to be up all night with her trying to make her comfortable.

Dietary Changes
Posted by Debbie (East Sussex) on 08/30/2016

I'd stay away from any dried food.

A 'wet' food would be better. But, better still a raw diet


Sea Salt, D Mannose
Posted by Ms (Tempe Az) on 08/27/2016
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My 13 lb mix has her third UTI in 11 months. I hate giving her antibiotics so am very happy to have found this site. I have been using a mix of the suggestions here. I started with ACV 1/4 tsp in water and that made her throw up, I tried again adding a little raw honey and that went better, did that 2 times a day for two days without much difference,

I then tried 1/4 tsp of sea salt twice a day for 2 days, that went well--blood gone, stream good.

I have d-mannose in the house so we are into the second day of 1/2 tsp three times a day. Stream still good, no blood, urine still very cloudy. I am checking her urine PH each morning and it is 7.5-8.0. I am very happy she is urinating easily, blood gone, etc., but concerned about how alkaline her urine still is.

My question is -- how long does it take for the infection to dissipate completely using these methods, and for her PH to return to the acid level. Thanks for any input and for this fantastic thread!!


Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by Janet (Michigan) on 08/25/2016

ACV and yogurt work for my dog as well!!! I am so appreciative and finding this information!!! After I gave Scrappy his second dose of yogurt in ACV he is now urinating normally!!


Apple Cider Vinegar, Yogurt
Posted by Janet (Michigan) on 08/25/2016
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I have an older animal that has been urinating all over the place... I Googled your site and it suggested ACV and plain yogurt... What a blessing! It's only been two days and I see a great Improvement!

Thank you for putting this information out there... Jan


Apple Cider Vinegar Mixed in Food
Posted by Marian (British Columbia) on 08/21/2016

Use a syringe, and squirt it into his/her mouth.


Sea Salt
Posted by Suseeq (Sydney, Australia) on 08/18/2016

You can always keep her on it.


Sea Salt
Posted by D Ray (Mo) on 08/17/2016
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How long can I keep my 12 lb Schnauzer on 1/2 tsp of ACV on her food once a day for UTI? This has worked unbelievably for us.


Dietary Changes
Posted by Suseeq (Sydney Australia) on 08/10/2016

Certainly can be. Follow the apple cider vinegar protocol.


Dietary Changes
Posted by Diana (Lehigh, Fl) on 08/10/2016

I have a young great dane and I saw blood in her urine today. I changed her food last month to Blue Buffalo. Could this be a uti?


Apple Cider Vinegar Mixed in Food
Posted by Katy (Grand Canyon, Az) on 08/08/2016

I have 6year old chihuahua mix that has a urinary tract infection. The vet put her on Amox w/clav, been use it for five days now. Still no change. The amox c/clav is for 10days. Pay $120.00 at vet. I changed her food to hill's.


Apple Cider Vinegar Mixed in Food
Posted by Suseeq (Sydney Australia) on 08/05/2016

Brian, I know someone who cured dog's bladder infection with 15 drops each sasparilla, red clover and barberry twice a day for two weeks. Also, one teaspoon liquid vitamins every day syringed down the throat.


Apple Cider Vinegar Mixed in Food
Posted by Brian (Arkansas) on 08/05/2016

I want to try this sooooo bad with my female pug, but I can't get her to eat anything!!!!


D-Mannose
Posted by Maggie (Idaho) on 08/05/2016 35 posts
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D-Mannose worked great for a urinary tract infection in my 14# dog. It was hard trying some of the remedies suggested here on Earth Clinic because she's almost 16 years old, set in her ways and refuses something she doesn't like. I tried apple cider vinegar in her food, Himalayan sea salt and cranberry juice but they didn't help. Made some corn silk tea from the silk on some corn that I'd bought at the store and mixed it with her food and that helped some. I could tell it made her feel better because she would urinate as soon as I took her outside. Before, she would walk around for a while, not wanting to urinate. She still had a discharge so I tried D-Mannose. I mixed the contents of a 500 mg capsule in her food three times a day for about 3 days and then twice a day for 4 days. She's fine now. What's nice about D-Mannose is that it's not bad tasting like some remedies so I was able to mix it with her food.


Apple Cider Vinegar Mixed in Food
Posted by Jai (Los Angeles ) on 07/09/2016
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ACV worked perfectly for my dog's bladder infection. I am so grateful, thank you to each and everyone of you who posted about the acv, it's good to help one another!

Apple Cider Vinegar Mixed in Food
Posted by Alicia (Mississippi ) on 07/06/2016

What type of yogurt did you use to mix it with?


Apple Cider Vinegar Mixed in Food
Posted by Suseeq (Sydney, Australia) on 06/24/2016

Yes, but very diluted as you don't want to make her sick with too strong a dose.


Apple Cider Vinegar Mixed in Food
Posted by Hannah (Seattle ) on 06/24/2016

Hi guys I have a question. I have two 8 week old chihuahua/wiener puppies. The female has been squatting but not peeing all day. At least 5 times every 30 minutes that she is awake. I read online that this could be a UTI. Do you think it would be alright to try the ACV on her or is she too small? If I do try how much should I give her?



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