No More Dog Diapers For My Older Dog

No More Dog Diapers For My Older Dog
If you're tiered of cleaning up after your dog and constantly changing the dog diapers there is help. Your dog may have urinary incontinence which means an involuntary leakage of urine. This is most common in spayed female dogs also overweight dogs are more likely to have problems. Urinary incontinence occurs when the urethral sphincter weakens (muscles used to control the flow of urine) .
You should bring the dog to your vet for treatment. Your vet will go over your dogs history and take a urine sample. Other cause of urinary incontinence your vet will consider are bladder infection, diabetes, and arthritis (which can prevent your dog from getting up to urinate).There are several treatments available to your vet one being Phenylpropanolamine (PPA), a decongestant that will help to tighten the muscles around the sphincter, it is used in treatment for incontinence in both male and female dogs. For female dogs who have been spayed they can be treated with estrogen supplements, usually in the form of DES (diethylstilbestrol).
Once your veterinarian has ruled out any serious causes there are also natural treatments available in the form of commercial herbal blends made for dogs with incontinence. If your dog is still having pee problems you can visit my How To Make The Best Doggie Diapers For Your Male or Female Dog For Cheap


Jack said...

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This is the first time I’ve read about this. I keep learning new things everyday!

jlo_one said...

Thank you for the info! I'm about to start my dalmatian on DES. She had been on PPA (Proin)for several years and evidently outlived it (we increased the dosage and it still didn't work).

You mentioned a "natural remedy" can you describe this more.

thank you,