seems to work well. Good price until you have to pay shipping.
My dog has a paralytic disorder and a resultant history of recurrent bladder infections. This product has helped to keep her infections under control. She also seems to really like the taste as she eats them right up!:-)
This works great for animals prone to UTIs.
My dog had crystals in her urine. These pills were easy to administer (dropped it in her food) and worked well. Even after the crystals disappeared we give her a 1/2 dose daily for precationary purposes and have not had any issues. They're fairly inexspensive and seem to do the job. I would recommend them to anyone.
<p>Our Bichon was plagued with bladder stones, most likely cause by unnoticed and untreated urinary tract infections. After the condition was cured, we started her on the Cranberry Plus Chewables. So far, she has gone infection-free for almost a year. And she considers them a treat!</p>
When our little service dog was diagnosed with crystals in his urine I started looking for a good cranberry tablet. I found these tablets, took the info to our vet who approved them.
After 2 months our little Puff was totally free of any crystals. Our vet recommended he stay on them for maintainance which he has and stayed crystal free.
I bought these tabs after approval from our vet to treat crystals in the urine of one of our dogs.
At the checkup 2 months later the urine was clear, I have used these tabs on a daily basis for 2 yrs and have had no issues with crystals in urine since.
I will always use these on all 3 of our service dogs.
Dog does like; I assume they are helping.
This is a great product, our Vet. ok'd the product and the price was just right!
My dog was prone to infections and hasn't had any more infections since she started getting this product!
My corgi is extremely prone to UTIs so I decided to find a cranberry supplement to prevent this health issue. Since I started her with Pala-Tech (1 tab per day) she has not had any UTIs.
Since this is a product that will help prevent bacteria from settling in the urinary tract, it will take some time to evaluate it effectiveness. So far, our dog has tolerated it well, and considers it a treat.