Incontinence in Dogs

Causes of incontinence in dogs include spaying a dog, side effects of cortisone, and kidney problems. What can you do?

female dog incontinence can be cured

When spaying a dog, especially at a very young age, the hormones needed for other bodily functions may be in short supply.

In a very healthy dog, needed hormones will be manufactured in other body parts.

When there is a lack of hormones, the muscles needed to keep the urine in the body just don't work properly.

What can you do?

Improve dog health with a better diet and a few targeted supplements for bladder and kidney support.

I learned about cortisone side effects the hard way. For more information on that click over to cortisone side effects. I will never again let any of my dogs have cortisone. Losing bladder control is just the tip of the iceberg and I now know improving dog health through diet cures so many things it's not funny. (By the way, my favorite is raw dog food.)

Well at least I know now that those allergies she had cortisone for can be cured by nutrition and natural dog remedies without side effects. Please only use corticosteroids for acute situations while you search for a cure for the real problem. (Contacting me might do it, but see below.)

Dog kidney problems are not something to ignore. Kidneys do far more than make urine. They are an extremely important filter that if not working properly your dog will eventually die. It's called renal failure.

I feel so bad for people who wait until their dog has renal failure to contact me for help because by then it's too late for a cure. We can only help them stick around a little longer.

You see, organs can rejuvenate since cells are replaced every day, but the organ has to be working in order to heal it.

If you are only dealing with incontinence in dogs at this point, please learn more about dog food nutrition. You may also contact me for assistance to heal your dog.

Before you do though I want you to know as a dog health care coach I suggest specific products through NSP only, so head on over to the page called "Why NSP?" to understand what I do and why.


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