Even dogs go through urinary incontinence, poor things, but more than the mess they leave behind, urinary incontinence affects dogs’ health and well-being. Frequent urination because of incontinence causes their skin to become painfully infected and inflamed and their bladders to give out over time. As a dog owner, you must remember that your dog doesn’t urinate indiscriminately to annoy you. Even well-trained dogs can’t help but go when they need to go when they are suffering from incontinence and especially when your dog has just given birth or is already well-advanced in years. To address this problem, there is a supplemental product made from phenylpropanalamine (ppa) that helps keep urinary incontinence in check. This product is called Proin™ 50.
Here’s how to use it for dogs.
When you see your dog exhibiting some or all of these symptoms do not waste time. Bring your dog immediately to the vet.
Proin should never be mixed with other drugs like digoxin, aspirin, clomipramine, and atenolol. Additionally, tell your vet if your dog is diabetic or suffers from glaucoma. In short, make sure your dog gets a clean bill of health before administering Proin.