UTIs, Crystals & Bladder Support

Bladder health requires proper urinary pH, a healthy bladder wall, and proper elimination of urine. Sadly, it is all too common for pets to suffer from crystals, stones and UTIs.  Many cat parents will relate.  Many integrative veterinarians believe this is in direct correlation with the increase in feeding dry (kibble) diets with indigestible proteins.  The first step in preventing and controlling these issues is feeding a species-appropriate, high-moisture, quality, balanced diet.  Here are some suggestions that may help support UTIs and help prevent crystals:

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