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PalaTech Cranberry Plus Chewable Tablets (60 tabs)

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  • Natural Dietary Supplement
  • Cranberry Exteract
  • Help Minimize Bacterial Colonization of the Bladder Mucosa
  • Help Prevent Infection of the Urogenital System
  • Highly Palatable Chicken Liver Flavor
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Product Description

PalaTech Cranberry Plus Chewable Tablets (60 tabs) PalaTech Cranberry Plus for dogs and cats is a natural dietary supplement formulated specifically for the maintenance and support of a healthy urinary tract in dogs and cats.Each chewable includes the following key ingredients: Cranberry Extract: Helps to minimize the bacterial colonization of the bladder mucosa. Sourced from the American Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon), Echinacea: Helps support the pet's bacterial resistance and boosts the animal's immune system. Oregon Grape Root: Contains the alkaloid berberine, known as an antiinflammatory and antibacterial. Beneficial and effective antioxidant. Sodium Ascorbate: Beneficial in boosting the pet's immune system to improve resistance to infection. Flavored with a highly palatable chicken liver flavor dogs and cats love to eat.Dosage: Administer 1 chewable tablet per 45 lbs (20 kg) body weight daily for a dog or cat. For best results during UTI occurrence, administer the recommended dose every 12 hours. Does not interfere with the veterinarian's choice of antibiotics.Ingredients: Each chewable tablet contains: Cranberry Extract 210 mg, Echinacea 105 mg, Oregon Grape Root 34 mg, Sodium Ascorbate 34 mg

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 2.3 x 2.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0031TU3WC
  • Item model number: 34507
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,993 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)

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I bought this per the advice of my vet to use for our terrier mix. She gets UTI's frequently, and this has helped tremendously with that. She hasn't had an infections since we started her on it. These are extremely easy to break apart, as she is less than 10 pounds, and the tablets are for 40 pounds.
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The vet suggested we put our little poodle on these as she kept getting urinary tract infections. Has really helped with it. I recommend this product for any dog or cat that keeps getting UTI.
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I'm not a big believer in the various supplements, whether they're for man or beast. But these work for preventing UTIs in my female collie. She's had one every two or three years. Last time, the vet said she'd need to be on prescription food for the rest of her life because of the infection and crystals in her urine. She didn't like the food, and it wasn't very nutritious. So after some Googling, I found that the Whole Dog Journal-- one of the few pet health publications I trust-- recommended trying cranberry supplements for dogs with crystals in the urine. Basically, it said that in most cases, if you prevent the infection you prevent the crystals, and cranberry helps fight the infection. So she's been on the supplements for around 18 months. Well, a few weeks ago, she was acting like she wasn't feeling well, and this was a few days after the hospitalization of a relative meant she was shut in the house for 15 hours for a couple days, and 9-10 hours on subsequent days. I suspected an infection from having to hold her urine for so long, so one morning before taking off for the hospital, I took a sample in to the vet. She called back an hour later with the news that there was no infection, no crystals, and the pH was good. So as far as I'm concerned, cranberry supplements have proved themselves. And Katy probably just got into something outside that didn't agree with her stomach.
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My dog had to have surgery to remove crystals from her bladder. After that my vet advised a special diet food plus the Potassium Citrate with Cranberry tablets. The surgery was several years ago and with the special diet and the tablets she has shown no sign of the bladder problem. They must taste good as she acts like she is getting a treat every time she gets one.
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These are the ticket for dogs to prevent bladder problems. I give my miniature Schnauzer 1 half a pill a day and her Ph stay just a little acid which the vet says is perfect. Much cheaper then the $1200 vet bill I payed to have a big stone removed. The date on the bottle was much better then i found locally, and they were cheaper. Many dogs, especially females that are spade before their first heat have tendency for bladder stones. Schnauzer are near the top of the list, however there are many other breeds with this issue.
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My border collie was getting UTI's frequently but since taking the Cranberry Plus, she has not had one. Much cheaper than vet bills and the dog is happier and healthy.
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Quick summary...My cat Jasper was clear of a UTI and struvite crystals. After being on the regular dosage for 8 weeks he developed a minor UTI, no crystals in urine. I doubled the dose, moved to fed wet food only to help flush out the bladder, and used prebiotics and probiotics. Infection cleared without antibiotics and the Ph dropped (struvite crystals which can cause a life threatening bloackage dissolve in lower Ph).

My cat Jasper has had chronic UTI issues for years. Cats on dry food only are dehydrated. They don't drink enough water. My cat's bladder was frequently infected, the urine PH was high, and struvite crystals formed potentially causing a life threatening blockage.

MARCH 2014 - Jasper had a UTI, struvite crystals, urine concentration high. I treated him with antibiotics and wet food once a day and it cleared up in 14 days. Urine concentration still high and ph still high at 7.0

MAY 23rd 2014 - STARTED ON CRANBERRY TABLETS and, following the instructions, I started Jasper on 1/4 tablet daily (1 tablet per 40 lbs, 10 lb cat) Continued wet food once a day.

JULY 15th 2014 - Jasper developed a very minor UTI. Vet did not feel antibiotics were warranted. Ph dropped from 7.0 to 6.5 Increased Cranberry tablets to twice a day (double dose) and treated infection with probiotics (Purina Fortiflora), prebiotics (Source Naturals FOS Fructooligosaccharides), and wet food only diet.

AUGUST 26th 2014 - Infection cleared. On double dose Ph dropped from 6.5 to 6.0. On wet food only concentration dropped some but was still high.

OCTOBER 18th 2014 - Discontinued probiotics August 26th, continued prebiotics and double dose of cranberry tablets and no sign of a urinary tract infection.

I would have given it 5 stars except for the fact that Jasper developed a UTI while on this and it took a double dose to clear up. I will check him for a UTI again in 6 months and update my post.
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I bought these tablets to give my cocker spaniel. She actually has had several uti's and I had to take her to the vet. She was always given antibiotics and the infection would go away. She had only had a few infections before I decided to try these cranberry tablets. She has not had to go back to the vet since I have started gIvins these to her. It is a tablet a little smaller than the size of a nickel. Sometime when i have to give her pills, i have to hide them in a piece of cheese or something. Not these, she loves the taste and will actually thinks she is getting a special treat. I would recommend these to anyone whose pet has had any urinary tract infections.
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