What are the signs and symptoms of Urinary troubles in your pets?
Happy Monday! I hope everyone had an AMAZING holiday break! Be sure you take advantage of our huge holiday 30% off sale now only thru Jan. 3rd!
Our holiday was very low-key and nice, but many of you saw that we had a very scary week with our precious boy Stubbin last week as he was hospitalized with a urinary blockage! In light of this and all of the questions I received, I have decided to make a series on urinary health for our pets! In this new series I will be covering all of the signs and symptoms, causes or and prevention of urinary troubles, UTI's, blockages, and even how chronic UTI's can lead to kidney disease.
So in the first part of the series today lets begin by assessing what are the signs and symptoms of urinary issues in your pets... be sure you KNOW what to watch for in your babies!The signs of urinary issues in your pets can be:
1. Frequent urination
2. Straining to urinate
3. Taking a long time to urinate/spending a long time in the litter pan.
4. Frequent small urine output, or large infrequent urination.
5. Blood in the urine.
6. Urinating outside of the litter box or in the house.
All of these symptoms are signs of urinary issues of one cause or another and require prompt medical care, if a UTI is caught early and the right products are used, it can be addressed without antibiotics, however straining to urinate, or not urinating at all over a period of 24 hours is an emergency and life-threatening and requires immediate attention.
Also, as you see in the photo, I am now promoting Pretty Litter exclusively for anyone whose cat has experienced repeated urinary troubles as this unique liter has a patented method of allowing you to see the health of your cat's urine in the litter! If you would like to try Pretty Litter for your baby, we are now also affiliates with the company so you can receive $5 off your first order when you order through the link on our site: https://renewedpet.com/pages/product-referrals
Stay tuned for the rest of the urinary health series to learn how to keep your pets GOING number 1 well!
Have a safe and Happy New Year's Eve, and remember to keep your pet's indoors and consider giving them a natural calming aid like our Bach Rescue Remedy.
Thank you for being GREAT pet-parents and giving your pets the BEST of the Natural Life!Enjoy HUGE savings with our 30% off holiday Blow-Out-Sale!!!
Sincerely your PetCoach,
April Arguin A.S., C.P.N., P.M.H.ReNewedPet.com