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What is UTI-Free?
UTI-Free is a safe, non-addictive 100% natural homeopathic remedy registered with the FDA and formulated especially for pets to relieve frequent urination, bladder discomfort and urinary tract problems in both dogs and cats.
Especially aimed at pets that tend to suffer with bladder issues, PetAlive UTI-Free helps to address acute symptoms at a cellular level, thereby contributing to harmony and health by supporting the urinary system and bladder.
UTI-Free comes in convenient, dissolvable granule form. Safe and easy to administer, these pleasant tasting granules are simply sprinkled on your pet's tongue and rapidly absorbed in the mouth – making them easy to administer and can be used as needed for occasional episodes.
All Native Remedies homeopathic products and biochemic tissue salts are manufactured in an FDA and GMP registered pharmaceutical facility under the supervision of qualified homeopaths and responsible pharmacists. Individual ingredients are listed in the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS).
The urinary system
The urinary system consists of two kidneys, two ureters, a bladder, two sphincter muscles and a urethra. These organs, tubes and muscles filter out excess fluids and waste products from the bloodstream, which is then expelled as urine. A pet experiencing difficulties in this system may experience discomfort—and problems left unaddressed can result in more severe health issues.
Herbal and homeopathic remedies have proven to be highly effective in the managing urinary-related problems. Because these remedies contain natural ingredients they are safe and gentle to use for your pet without the risk of negative side effects.
The natural way
Combined with natural remedies, there are many ways you can help support bladder and urinary tract health in your pet.
Make sure that your dog or cat has outdoor breaks every few hours and avoid letting them hold urine in too long.
Give your pet plenty of fresh, clean water daily to flush out unwanted toxins and avoid dehydration.
Feed your pet a high quality, low pH or natural diet without preservatives, colorants or additives to boost the immune system.
Ensure good hygiene by bathing your pet regularly, in particular female pets, as their urethra is very short and as a result bacteria infects the bladder very quickly.
Ensure that your pet gets adequate exercise to stimulate the bladder.
Keep more than one litter box in your home for your cat and make sure that they are always clean.
PetAlive UTI-Free for Bladder Infections and UTI in Pets