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Any natural supplements for urinary health?

Tiffany MorrisTiffany Morris Melbourne, FLMember Posts: 61
Well Marshall went back into the vet for a urinalysis after his urethral blockage and he still has a bad infection. They are giving him yet more antibiotics but I wonder if there are any homeopathic or natural remedies I could try. I even thought of acupuncture. She gave me Cosequin because she said that might help with bladder. Anyone have any suggestions?

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  • Cindi LeonardCindi Leonard Plantation, Fla.Member Posts: 1,670
    Accepted Answer
    One is called Uri-ease, it comes with a dropper and I mix a couple of drops in the cats' water. If he is not on a special food for his condition, it's time- your vet can prescribe something. ^_^
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