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    Nutri-Vet Bladder Control Liver Chewables for Dogs, 90 count
    Pet Products (Nutri-Vet)


    List Price: $17.48
    Price: $17.48

    • Good for all size and ages of dogs, including spayed and elderly dogs.
    • Helps maintain bladder control and reduce urinary incontinence in spayed and elderly dogs
    • Synergistic ingredients help support the bladder wall and facilitate bladder emptying
    • Veterinarian formulated
    • Made In USA with globally sourced ingredients

    Zesty Paws Cranberry for Dogs - UT Incontinence Support + Immune Health Dog Antioxidant - Urinary Tract UTI & Kidney + Bladder Support - D-Mannose + Organic Marshmallow & Licorice - 90 Chew Treats
    Pet Products (Zenwise Health LLC)

    Zenwise Health LLC

    List Price: $25.97
    Price: $24.42
    You Save: $1.55 (6%)

    • A PET SUPPLEMENT YOU CAN TRUST - At Zesty Paws, we understand how much your pet's health and wellness means to you, so we manufacture our easy-to-chew products in FDA-registered facilities that are NSF and GMP-certified in the USA.
    • POWERFUL INGREDIENTS - These bite-sized chewable supplements feature Organic Licorice Root, D Mannose, & Nettle Seed to detox the kidneys, defend the UT lining, aid digestive support, & encourages healthy urine flow & inflammation relief.
    • ENHANCED WITH Cran-Max Cranberry - Each chew contains 200mg of Cran-Max, a pure Cranberry concentrate formulated with patented Bio-Shield technology - clinically proven to flush bad bacteria & promote bladder & urinary health.
    • PROMOTES KIDNEY & BLADDER HEALTH - These chews also contain Organic Marshmallow Root & Astragalus help flush toxin buildups from the kidney & bladder for comfortable urination, & include antibacterial & anti-inflammatory properties.
    • URINARY TRACT SUPPORT - Zesty Paws Cranberry Bladder Bites are formulated to promote kidney & bladder health. With 200 mg of cranberry & a blend of organic ingredients, these delicious chewables can help pets to improve UT wellness.

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