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Bladder Support
Bladder Support

Bladder Support

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As pet parents, we are eager to help our pets maintain optimal urinary tract and bladder health. So, to assist pet owners everywhere, Furchild has sourced all-natural and superior blend for bladder and urinary tract support for both cats and dogs.

Dr. Karen Becker has formulated Bladder Support for Pets. It contains Organic Cranberry Extract and D-Mannose, along with 7 other herbs and nutrients.

Here are the other active ingredients that she has chosen to be part of her pet-friendly, natural liver-flavored Bladder Support:

  • Glucosamine Sulfate and N-Acetyl-D-Glucosamine
  • MSM (Methyl Sulfonyl Methane)
  • Marshmallow Root
  • Organic Cornsilk
  • Organic Uva Ursa Leaf
  • Organic Nettles Leaf

Now it’s easier than ever to help support your pet’s bladder health.

Simply add the liver-flavored powder to your pet’s food or to a treat, or you can mix it with broth to feed as a liquid. If you give it to your pet with broth, please ensure she drinks all of it.

Furchild recommends Bladder Support for all cats and dogs. If you are the pet parent of a middle-aged or older cat or dog, please consider it to help your pet maintain a healthy urinary tract and bladder function into his or her later years.

“Help Your Pet Experience Optimal Urinary Tract and Bladder Health…”
Now you can help your pet maintain optimal urinary and bladder health, even in their senior years…

What if there were simple ways you could help your cat or dog maintain optimal urinary and bladder health? Things you could do right at home to support your pet’s health – even into old age?

We’re pleased to let you know there are things you can do to help your pet maintain optimal urinary tract and bladder health.

You can get started today – And I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how simple they are to do.

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What are Everyday Steps You Can Take to Help Your Pet Enjoy Optimal Urinary and Bladder Health?

Keep your dog well-groomed and bathed.

By keeping your dog’s genital area clean, you’ll also be helping to support her bladder and urinary tract health.

Trim away long hair from around your dog’s genitals to help keep the area clean.

Allow your dog to urinate frequently.

Give them breaks as often as possible so urine doesn’t sit in their bladder for long periods. If it is not convenient to allow them outside every 3 hours or so, consider installing a pet door.

Just as with cats, plentiful water intake and frequent urination are nature’s way of cleansing the bladder and urinary tract.

Don't allow your dog or cat to drink potentially hazardous water.

If your pet is currently eating a commercial dry food, transition them to a moist raw diet.

Keep in mind that carbohydrates, especially grains, are alkalizing to your pet’s urine and may cause a shift in pH.

As I mentioned earlier, as you transition him to a more acidic diet – as close as possible to a species-appropriate diet that is naturally low in carbs – the more ideal for your pet’s urinary health.

Pick up uneaten portions of moist or raw meals immediately so your pet won't consume spoiled or contaminated food.


This great product is provided via our exclusive partner, Dr. Mercola – Premium Products.

Dr. Mercola founded Mercola.com in 1997 to share the most up to date natural health information and resources with the public. He aims to expose corporate and government fraud and mass media hype that often sends people down the unhealthy path. Mercola.com is now the world’s top natural health resource site, with over one million subscribers.

At Furchild Pets we work daily to find, source, and develop relationships with the best pet food, care, and welfare specialist around the world. We are thrilled to be a quality partner with Dr. Mercola and we hope that you enjoy this product as we do!

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