A Common Preventable Emergency is…

From: Dr Andrew Jones
Author: Veterinary Secrets Revealed
Website: http://www.veterinarysecretsrevealed.com

Re: A Common Preventable Emergency is…


Good morning readers of Veterinary Secrets Blog

I have spent the good part of the night dealing with a very
common cat emergency- urinary tract obstruction.

This is most often caused by diet, and for the most part
is preventable- it helps to have my Course to know how
to prevent it and what to do if it happens to you.

Dude the cat needed anesthetic to be unblocked with a
urinary catheter, and he was placed on IV Fluids.

He is doing well now, but will likely spend 3 days in
the clinic.

There were early warning signs, and Course owners would
likely be aware of these.

In fact there are things that you could do to prevent this
from becoming an emergency.

AND this happens to dogs to..so dog owners take note…



Your pet cries or strains when urinating. You see blood in
your pet?????s urine. She is urinating more frequently. She may
be urinating throughout the house. Your male dog has a visible
discharge from his penis sheath.

Many urinary tract infections are caused by bacteria which have
spread from the urethra. Some are due to bladder stones secondary
to diet. Others are a primary inflammation of the lining of the
bladder wall.


SEE YOUR VETERINARIAN. If your cat is straining to urinate and
not producing any urine, it is imperative to have him examined
immediately. He may be blocked with a bladder stone in which case
he would need emergency care. It is a good idea to have urine
checked for any urinary tract problems; you are then able to use
the appropriate remedy knowing what the specific problem is.

HERBAL RELIEF. Specific herbs are helpful in dissolving bladder stones and
acidifying the urine. These are Hydrangea, Stone Root, Gravel Root and Corn Silk

VITAMIN C. This acidifies the urine and may prevent the recurrence of bladder
stones and bladder infections.

CRANBERRY. A traditional home remedy used for people with recurrent urinary
tract infections. The beneficial effects are from the acidification of the
urine and by making it more difficult for the bacteria to adhere to the bladder wall.

STRUVITE STONES. In most cases of bladder stones and bladder infections the
goal is to acidify the urine; this prevents the recurrence of the most
common bladder stone, struvite. Diets higher in protein are more acidifying;
specific veterinary diets are designed for acidification. A higher protein
homemade diet is also suitable. Use all the prior remedies to accomplish acidification.

FLUID. In all cases of infections or stones, additional fluid intake is mandatory
in treatment and preventing recurrence. For cats, I suggest feeding only canned food.
For dogs, add water to their dried food.

HOMEOPATHIC. A homeopathic medication called Cantharis can provide some symptomatic
pain relief from urinary tract infections.

CHINESE HELP.?? We have a used a Chinese herb in our practice for dogs with recurrent
urinary tract infections.?? Ba Zheng San is the most effective. This is a mix of
herbs which are both antibacterial and anti-inflammatory.


P.S. If you are on the fence about getting some of
my critical information, jump over to the other side
with confidence that you have a full guarantee from me
that you will be completely satisfied or you receive all
of your mo*ney back.

P.P.S. The owners of the cat who was blocked are getting
my Course..they want to do whatever they can so this never
happens again.

To get yourself a copy, and to be able to examine, diagnose and
treat your pet at home, go to

Heal Your Pet Now

It’s Your Pet- Heal Them At Home!

Best Wishes

Dr Andrew Jones

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