Dog cystitis is the inflammation or infection of the urinary bladder, it develops when the bacteria pass from the urethra to the bladder. Dogs, who have a weak immune system or are taking particular drugs may be more prone to urinary infections.
Dog cystitis and urinary tract infections
Causes of cystitis and urinary tract infections in dogs
- Idiopathic cystitis (withoutknown cause)
- Urinary crystals or stones
- Bladder Cancer
- Neurological disease that affects the bladder function
- In older dogs, prostate pathologies
- Cushing’s Syndrome
- Some medications
- Urinary difficulties
- Strain tourinate
- Loss of appetite
- Depression and unhappiness
- Frequent urination with emission of small amounts of urine
- Blood in the urine
- Dark urine
- Urinating in unusual places
Dog cystitis and urinary tract infections
How to diagnose cystitis in dogs
The veterinarian will performa physical examination to assess by palpation if the bladder is full, it is important to rule out a urinary blockage, more frequent in male dogs.
- Complete Urinalysis test to check for bacteria (bacteriuria), blood (hematuria) and pus (pyuria)
- X-rays-Tocheck forbladder stones
Bladder infections are usually treated bya cycle of 2-3 weeks antibiotics. For the most complex and recurrent infections, it is necessary to treat the underlying cause.
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- The water intake is the first treatment, always accessible fresh and clean
- Treat concomitant diseases (such as diabetesorchronic renal failure)
- Supply immediately natural food by totally eliminating wheat, give better fresh meat with the addition of carrots, broccoli, squash and fruit
- Put the dog on a diet if overweight
- Reduce stress and in crease physical activity and recreation
- Associate natural therapies to manage the inflammation and restore the intestinal flora
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- Cordyceps mycelium (Cordyceps sinensis): Considered a “medicinal mushroom” (or “ascocarp”), this potent ingredient originated in Tibet and is used as a tonic for energy, vigor, normal immune function as well as normal kidney and liver function. It is said to help support normal metabolic processes and all body systems. As well as having antioxidant properties, it also contains amino acids, some B vitamins, minerals, sterols and enzymes.
- Rehmannia root (Rehmannia glutinosa): This steamed root is a vital herb used widely in the traditional Chinese herbal repertory and contains vitamins C, A and some B vitamins. It is best known for its “tonic” properties to fortify the blood, increase vitality and support capillary integrity. Called Dihuang, this herb is used to “replenish the kidneys”, support normal urination and build the body’s normal energy levels following illness.
- Dong Quai root (Angelica sinesis): An herb of Eastern Asia, this root is used widely in China for health and as a food. One of its uses is to help carry oxygen to tissues and support normal blood flow. Considered a daily tonic, it has been studied in conjunction with using Astragalus for the kidneys. [Its use to help balance normal hormone levels in the body has led to a misconception that it contains estrogens.]
- Astragalus root (Astragalus membranaceous): One of the best known “adaptogens”, Astragalus is a replenishing herb for normal recovery from illness. It protects against free radicals and is widely used for immune health. Studies using Astragalus in combination with Dong Quai root show that these herbs may have an effect on the kidneys to normalize gene expression and help maintain normal, stabilized kidney function.
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