NaturVet Cranberry Relief
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Guaranteed Analysis: Analysis per 1 cc scoop: Cran-Max (Cranberry Extract) - 210 mg Echinacea Purpurea - 105 mg Oregon Grape Root - 34 mg Ester-C (calcium ascorbate) - 34 mg Ingredients: Cranberry Extract, Echinacea Purpurea, Oregon Grape Root, Calcium Ascorbate (Source of Vitamin C), Non-Fat Dry Milk, Fish Digest and Natural Flavoring. Directions: ANIMAL WEIGHT Cats & Dogs up to 15 lbs Dogs 15 to 50 lbs. 51 + lbs. DAILY AMOUNT 1 cc scoop 1 1/2 cc scoops 2 scoops
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Leah G.
Rating: 4


posted 6 years ago

My female greyhound sometimes gets a little discharge, and was treated with antibiotics. It never really went away though.

So I tried this cranberry product and some antibacterial cleanser, and now she is rarely bothered by it. If the discharge comes back, we just start adding the powder to her food, it clears up in a couple of days, and she's good for months.

The directions are kind of odd though--it gives you the initial dosage, but then limits how much you should give beyond a week. But we use it sporadically, so I just make it up as we go along and haven't had any troubles.

Pros: Clears up "issues"

Cons: dosage is kind of confusing

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Rating: 4

Tried it once

posted 7 years ago

i purchased this when i thought my great dane had an UTI. I gave it to her twice and i think it worked...either that or she did not have an UTI.
Cranberry helps to minimize bacterial colonization of the bladder mucosa. and prevent urinary tract disease. It also supports the bladder and kidneys of animals without problems.
its an all natural product. i mixed a bit in my dogs food and she did not even notice it.

Pros: good product

Cons: none

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