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Q: spay induced incontinence

October 16, 2008 | By Linda C. | 4 answers | Expired: 2133 days ago

Linda C.

I'm looking for advice on holistic approaches to deal with spay induced incontinence. A 1 year old smooth collie is urinating in her sleep, while lying down, and spontaneously without warning. There are plenty of drugs out there to try, but any advice on more natural and/or homeopathic approaches? This dog has a long life ahead of her and I'd hate to see her go on traditional medications so young.

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ShaktiShiloh
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Oct 17, 2008

Hello Linda! :)

We've heard and read about that. Our dog doesn't have that problem, so we never tried that, but you might check Only Natural Pet Store: www.onlynaturalpet.com/products/HomeoPet-Leaks-No-More/120003.aspx

They have a product called: HomeoPet Leaks No More

Here's some more info about that: Leaks No More is specifically formulated to relieve urinary incontinence or "leaking". This normally occurs in older or spayed females.

HomeoPet is a product that is chemical free, safe for dogs, cats, rabbits, hamster, ferrets and pot bellied pigs of all ages. Manufactured under and FDA registered process. No known side effects from any of or products. Twelve years of researching only the best ingredients from all over the world. All HomeoPet products are liquid and given internally.

Again, we never used that, but that might be something that can help your girl. GOOD luck with that!

Lexi with the pack

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daryl b.
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Oct 16, 2008

this is not really an answer but i have never heard of this. of course you have had her back to the vet but i am curious about how this came about. was it a problem that happened during the surgery or is this a common probles. over the years non of my spayed females but on had this problem

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Sue G.
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Oct 16, 2008

There is a homeopathic product called Leaks no More, I used it on a dog that had her pelvis broke and she leaked all the time. It took a couple of days for it to kick in and if I ran out she would leak again so you have to keep her on it.

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