UTI in dogs common, around 14% of dogs will get in their lifetime. If you want to keep your dog from being part of that statistic, here are a few simple things you can do.
When your dog gets excessive bacteria it leads to a UTI. Since bacteria mainly comes from food and water it’s best to know exactly what you are giving your dog and what it contains.
Plenty of clean water consumption is necessary before or in the unlucky event that your dog gets a UTI. Also making sure that your dog’s living conditions are sanitary is very important. This includes keeping a clean household and regularly washing your pet, ask your vet for a gentle disinfectant and focus on your dogs private areas.
Feeding your dog a healthy diet is also important. Try to avoid processed and commercial food in large amounts. Try raw meat with no artificial ingredients and the right balance of minerals and vitamins, to keep your dog healthy.
This is the best way to prevent UTI in your dog, but don’t wait for him/her to get sick, regular trips to the vet is a must to keep your dog happy!