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Cystitis Kit For Bladder Inflammation Relief

Milk Thistle, Tripsy & Turmeric

USD $131.85
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Cystitis in Dogs: Valaira’s Story with Bladder Infection

Inspiring Pet Tails 3 min read
white pup with cystitis in dogs celebrating

Dealing with insistent bladder cystitis in dogs is challenging. Valaira here suffered from an inflammation of the bladder since she was rescued. It took her furmom several attempts before finding something that helped control her little girl’s frequent urination. 

Cystitis in dogs causes them to urinate much more than usual.

Cystitis is usually caused by bacterial infection, and it causes dogs to urinate much more than usual. That was the main symptom Valaira’s pawrent noticed. Despite all the medication Valaira was taking to help keep these symptoms under control, her mother was still not seeing the results she expected.  

Even with the medication she was on, she was still peeing three to four times every time she went outside.

That’s when Valaira’s furmom, Svea, discovered our company on TikTok and sought help from our pet experts on Instagram. She was so relieved when we recommended three all-natural supplements formulated to work together to promote bladder health in pets.

NHV Supplements for Bladder Health

I first heard of NHV on tiktok and saw someone using the supplement Milk Thistle. I thought it would be the perfect supplement to help. I immediately went onto Instagram and reached out to the company. Asking them for advice. Little did I know that they had an entire Supplement Kit dedicated to Bladder Cystitis in Dogs. I purchased this Kit right after our conversation. It arrived literally two days later which was super quick. We started it immediately. We also stopped the medication she was on. She’s been on all three supplements (found in the photo) for only a little over a month and I’ve seen a huge difference.

The bundle Svea is talking about is our NHV Cystitis Kit For Bladder Inflammation Relief Kit. The supplements in this bundle – NHV Milk Thistle, NHV Tripsy, and NHV Turmeric – work together to help reduce inflammation in the urinary tract, help alleviate the uncomfortable symptoms cystitis brings, and promote the overall bladder and renal health of your furkiddo. 

Symptoms of Cystitis in Dogs

Other noticeable symptoms of bladder inflammation in dogs, besides frequent urination, include:

  • Whimpering or straining when they pee (due to pain)
  • Genital licking
  • Dripping urine around the house
  • Bloody urine
  • Fever

If you notice any of the above signs, please take your little one to a vet as soon as possible. Early diagnosis and treatment are vital to their recovery.

Valaira’s Pawgress Update

dog with Cystitis symptoms

Recently we’ve received great news from Valaira’s mom on how much the supplements have helped:

She pees once (sometimes twice) everytime she goes outside. Which is insane. I’ve never seen her being able to empty her bladder completely in one try. It makes me a very happy owner. We did start running out of her supplement and I sadly didn’t notice in time. She was off of her supplement for about two days and started peeing like crazy again. So I defiantly believe this supplement is what is supporting her so amazingly.

We are really happy to hear that Svea’s sweet girl is getting better!

Stopping the use of the herbal supplements that have been helping can cause the return of the initial symptoms, as in Valaira’s case. That is why chronic or recurring conditions, like cystitis in dogs, can really benefit from life-long support. Consistency is key when it comes to natural support! Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions at all. Our team is always happy to help furmilies in need.

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Published: February 23, 2023

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