What is Bladder Strength Tablets for Dogs?
- Bladder Strength is a supplement for dogs which may support bladder function and health.
- It is a chewable tablet formulation, making it convenient to administer to your pet.
Why do cats and dogs use Bladder Strength Tablets?
- Bladder Strength may support bladder function and health.
What else should I know about Bladder Strength Tablets?
- Chewable tablets are easy to give.
What problems could my dog or cat have with Bladder Strength Tablets?
- Always consult with your veterinarian before starting any new supplement.
How do you use Bladder Strength Tablets?
- Give 1 tablet per 30 lbs of body weight, daily.
- If giving more than 1 tablet daily, divide amount between morning and evening.
- For dogs less than 15 lbs, give 1/2 tablet daily.
What is in Bladder Strength Tablets?
- Bladder strength contains pumpkin seed powder, rehmannia glutinosa powder, wild yam extract, soy protein extract, corn silk powder, saw palmetto extract, olive leaf, and vitamin B6.
Will I get what I see in the picture?
- Bladder Strength Tablets is a brand name. You will receive the exact brand that you request.
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Q & A
We have a 7 year old lab if we don't hear get up during the night she wets in the house will this help with the urgency ??
Bladder Strength is a supplement for cats and dogs which may support bladder function and health. It contains pumpkin seed powder, rehmannia glutinosa powder, wild yam extract, soy protein extract, corn silk powder, saw palmetto extract, olive leaf, and vitamin B6. The dose of Bladder Strength is based on the weight of your dog. Please consult your veterinarian for further assessment and examination to determine if a prescription medication is needed as Bladder Strength would not be an appropriate option as monotherapy for urinary urgency. Bladder Strength may be recommended by your veterinarian as an add-on or adjunct treatment to help support prescription treatment of urinary urgency. Thank you, VetRxDirectVerified Answer