With the proper and timely management of the dog’s urinary tract infections (UTI) are an easily treatable disorder. In simple words, it is a situation when bacteria from the bladder or kidneys cause an abscess to form in the lower urinary tract causing irritation, pain and inflammation.
The infection often results in blood in the urine and frequent urination. Urinary infection typically occurs when dogs have been in a stressed situation such as confinement in small spaces, in a kennel or even car travel. The canine urinary bladder infections can be treated with antibiotics. The infection must be treated immediately before the bacteria begins to grow and cause terminal-level infection. The antibiotics are a long-term measure that will not cure the infection and may not help.
The most effective method is to manage the dog’s urinary tract with natural remedies that are safe and effective in fighting infections. Natural remedies will provide healing, prevent recurrences and control the dog’s pain and inflammation.
When the pet is introduced to antibiotics, usually in the form of a traditional chewable, the dog’s entire system is invaded and invaded bacteria begins to spread to the bladder causing pain and inflammation. Most commonly used brands of antibiotics include Saccharomyces, Penicillin and Erythromycin.
It is vital to get to know the ingredients of the antibiotic product. Some antibiotics can be poisonous if taken in large quantities. These products contain such substances as aluminum phosphate, manganese phosphate, propylene glycol and ethoxyquin. All of these act as poison and may potentially damage the dog’s liver, kidneys, bladder, nerves and brain.
It is possible to eliminate urinary tract infection, with natural treatments. If the infection is detected early, it may be easily treated with natural medications. It is also essential to make sure that the puppy does not get to hold any of the antibiotics when taken as a chewable. As a result of this, there are no safe antibiotic chewable options for your puppy.