UroMAXX™ For Cats and Dogs

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UroMAXX™ For Cats and Dogs


Why choose UroMAXX™ for cats and dogs over the other Urinary Tract, Kidney and Bladder formulas on the market?



  • It is formulated and manufactured in an FDA, cGMP and pharmaceutically licensed facility under strict quality control.

  • It's easy for you to use; just measure and pour over dry or wet food.

  • It is cold processed in a liquid formula to ensure both higher absorption and easier assimilation for full potency.

  • UroMAXX™ is being utilized by prestigious animal hospitals and veterinary specialists across the country.

  • UroMAXX™ contains no sugar, starch, salt, wheat, yeast, corn, milk or soy derivatives. There is corn in the product.

  • UroMAXX™ is safe, effective and has no adverse side effects.

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Why choose UroMAXX™ for cats and dogs over the other Urinary Tract, Kidney and Bladder formulas on the market?

  • It is formulated and manufactured in an FDA, cGMP and pharmaceutically licensed facility under strict quality control.
  • It's easy for you to use; just measure and pour over dry or wet food.
  • It is cold processed in a liquid formula to ensure higher absorption, plus easier assimilation for full potency.
  • UroMAXX™ is being utilized by prestigious animal hospitals and veterinary specialists across the country.
  • UroMAXX™ is formulated with a tasty combination of natural chicken flavors.
  • UroMAXX™ contains no sugar, starch, salt, wheat, yeast, milk or soy derivatives. There is corn in the product.
  • UroMAXX™ is safe, effective and has no adverse side effects.
UroMAXX™ Active IngredientsUroMAXX™ for Cats and Dogs (per 1.0ml) 6oz.
Cranberry Juice Extract 75 mg
Glucosamine 65 mg
Vitamin-C as Ascorbate Acid 35 mg

Herbal Extract & Amino Acid Support

Proprietary Blend: Cornsilk Powder, Dandelion, Whole Plant Powder, Nettle Leaf, L-Methionine, Uva Ursi

85 mg

Learn more about the ingredients for cats and dogs

UroMAXX™ is an unprecedented and powerful liquid Lower Urinary Tract formula for (FLUTD). UroMAXX™ has also been designed and formulated as an effective preventive for Kidney Disease and Bladder infections. UroMAXX™ is safe to use everyday.

Cranberry Juice Extract, from the leading producer of cranberry products (75mg per 1.0ml) prevents the ability of microorganisms from adhering to the epithelial cells that line the urinary tract.

Glucosamine as (HCL) (65mg per 1.0ml) The urinary tract is covered by a protective barrier called the glycosaminoglycan layer. Glucosamine helps nourish and strengthen the urinary tract layer lining.

Vitamin C as (Ascorbic Acid) (35mg per 1.0ml) helps to acidify urine, making the bladder a less inviting environment for harmful bacteria to colonize.

Herbal Extract and Amino Acid Support (85mg)

Cornsilk  is used to treat and detoxify infections of the urinary and genital system. Cornsilk helps reduce frequent urination caused by irritation of the bladder.

Dandelion Whole Plant  is used for the treatment of the bladder, kidney and urinary disorders. Dandelion strengthens the kidneys and encourages the steady elimination of toxins from the body and is a powerful diuretic.

Nettle Leaf  is used in the prevention and treatment of bladder stones, urolithiasis and flushing out waste products and toxins to the body associated with feline urinary tract disease.

L-Methionine  is a protein amino acid intended to acidify urine in cats that have mild to chronic LUTD (lower urinary tract diseases)

This product should not be given to pregnant or nursing mothers and pets under 12 weeks of age.

Clinical References on the ingredients in UroMAXX™

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For pets weighing 10 lbs. and under, give 1.0 ml daily. For every additional 5lbs. of body weight, add .5 ml daily to their dosage.
UroMAXX™ for Cats and Dogs Daily Dosage Guideline if fed twice a day
  Under 10lbs 10-15lbs Over 16lbs
AM 0.5ml .75ml 1.5ml
PM 0.5ml .75ml 1.0ml
UroMAXX™ for Cats and Dogs Daily Dosage Guideline if fed once a day
  Under 10lbs 10-15lbs Over 16lbs
AM 1.0ml 1.5ml 2.5ml

Guarantee: UroMAXX™ is a powerful and effective urinary tract, kidney and bladder formula for cats and dogs. Every human-grade ingredient in UroMAXX™ has and is being used in major clinical studies across the globe. Our patent-pending formula makes UroMAXX™ unique. Our products and ingredients are researched, developed and manufactured in the USA.
We also stand behind our 100% palatability guarantee.