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.
ADVANTAGES / BENEFITS
- Supply: 6 month supply for an average sized cat / 2 month supply for an averaged size dog
- Palatable natural roasted chicken flavor
- The only liquid formula for UTI, Kidney, & Bladder Problems
- Cold processed liquid formula, ensures full potency
- Easy to administer, measure and pour over food or canbe given directly into the mouth
- No sugar, starch, salt, wheat, yeast, milk or soy
|UroMAXX™ for Cats and Dogs Daily Dosage Guideline if fed twice a day|
|Under 10lbs||10-15lbs||Over 16lbs|
|UroMAXX™ for Cats and Dogs Daily Dosage Guideline if fed once a day|
|Under 10lbs||10-15lbs||Over 16lbs|
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.
|UroMAXX™ Active Ingredients||UroMAXX™ for Cats and Dogs (per 1.0ml) 6oz.|
|Cranberry Juice Extract||75 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|
A little over a week ago I caught one of my male neutered indoor cats peeing on my son's bed. When a male cat pees on something outside the litter box it can be a behavioral issue, spraying for territory or a UTI. My male cat sprays when he's upset about changes in the house, so this was not the first time he's peed on anything outside the litter box. What made this different and urgent was that I noticed him going in and out of his litter pan without being able to pee. I knew there was a problem and after Googling symptoms came up with the terrifying conclusion that he could have a full bladder blockage from the UTI. (You've been warned, Google can cause severe anxiety if you're looking for a diagnosis on ANYTHING).
I live in a rural area with a handful of vets & that should say a lot. My cat peed on the bed Sunday morning (emergency vet is $100 just to walk in the door) and there is no way that at this given time I can afford a vet. Faced with an immediate urgent situation what do I do?
Google and go to Amazon.
When I came across this UroMaxx I was the most desperate and terrified that my cat has a full blockage and will not be able to pee again after going on my son's bed. This is the first UTI I've ever had to experience in a cat before, so ill prepared as I was, this was terrifying.
I read the reviews and decided that this product is my hope in a bottle (thank goodness for 2nd day delivery).
The next day this arrived and I started immediately with a 1ml dropper full in wet food and my cat ate it up. This was the 2nd day of symptoms where my cat was not able to pee in his box but he did pee on the bed again that morning. There was no blood in his urine and he wasn't straining or crying in the litter pan, but he was sitting there long and going back and forth without being able to pee.
Day 2 (day after starting UroMaxx) I gave another dropper full in wet food. Still straining. We got into a routine at this point where I'd go out to the room with the litter pans and my cat would run ahead of me meowing and jump in the litter pan so he can try to pee. No pee.
Day 3. I am terrified my cat is going to have a full bladder blockage because I am seeing no pee in the box and he's still trying to go each time we go out to the litter pans together. I gave another dropper full in wet food and waited....
Day 4. Dribbles of pee in the box this time when my cat runs out to show me that he can pee in his litter pan. Each night up till now there were tiny and I do mean about the size of large strawberry clumps of pee in the litter pan (which means no blockage and he was able to dribble overnight, just not at all in the morning time). Dribbles were hope. I gave another dropper full and became even more desperate watching my cat trying to pee and nothing more than dribbles come out, so I weighed him and adjusted the dosage of UroMaxx. My cat is 16.5 lbs so I gave 2 dropper fulls in wet food (directions are 1.5 dropper for a 16 lbs cat but I am desperate here)
Day 5. No change just dribbles, but my cat is eating, and moving around more than he was before. He's taken an interest in his toys again and by now he's still running out to the litter pans to show me that he can or can't pee.
That night, I am beyond desperate now and gave 1 dropper full in his mouth (I've given oral medication before so we know the routine and my cat tolerated me doing it) This stuff smells like chicken and is a brown liquid. He didn't mind, just licked his mouth and gave me a glare that what ever I did to him was not acceptable. Then he started running around like he wasn't sick at all anymore. I was hopeful.
Day 6. Morning after giving a dropperful in the mouth my cat runs out to show me he can pee this time in his litter pan. A clump the size of a silver dollar. (I did a happy dance that day). I gave another 2 dropper fulls in wet food.
Day 7. Wake up to my cat meowing at 4 am because he's hungry. Got nibbled on for not getting out of bed fast enough to feed a starving cat. This is the first time since my cat started showing symptoms of a UTI that he's woken me up for food at 4 am.
We do our routine and he leaves a much larger lump in the litter pan. I didn't think it was possible but he can pee and without straining, no blood and his belly is not hard. I add another 2 dropper fulls in his wet food.
Day's after 7 I am still adding 1 dropper full into wet food and my cat is showing no signs of a UTI anymore. What I did notice while my cat was sick is that his belly would be hard and distended. He would frequent the litter pans, go back and forth, scratch in one and sit there trying to pee, then jump in the other pan and do the same thing. He'd avoid drinking water and would only want to eat. He was still active and had no blood in his urine that I could see when he'd pee on the bed and he wasn't dribbling urine outside the box. After starting UroMaxx I noticed that he was more active, his belly wasn't hard longer than a few hours, he started slowly dribbling larger clumps in the litter pans and after a few days he was interested in drinking water again. By the end of the week on UroMaxx, it was like a whole new cat and not one that was sick for a week - he was playing, eating, running and jumping again, even waking me up at 4 am because he was starving.
Other things I had to change with this experience.
I had to switch from dry kibble with 1 can of canned in the morning to ONLY canned with a bit of water added as their SOLE food. No more dry because dry kibble has about 12% moisture and canned for is 80% moisture. A cat's body needs about 78% moisture or they will be dehydrated. Generally cats that are on dry kibble are dehydrated because they are unable to get enough moisture from the food they eat and no matter how much they drink or don't drink from the water bowls it is never enough to make up for the moisture they should be getting in their food.
Cats on canned or raw foods are less likely to develop crystals or bladder issues because there are more fluids passing through their bladders flushing out toxins and especially male cats need this to prevent UTI's and other serious issues that come with bladder issues.
Yes, canned food diet for a household of 3 indoor male neutered cats is expensive and a cashier at the store the other day made a comment that my cats are 'spoiled' because they eat nothing but canned food. We can't think of it as spoiling them, but more of taking care of our kitties health.
I have water bowls in every room of the house so that my cats can have a drink when ever they are thirsty. I only offer filtered water (bottled water) over our hard tap water, because I read that hard tap water might cause crystals in urine (not sure if that's true but I don't drink the tap water, so why should my cats?)
Clumping cat litter
It is recommended by vets to use clumping cat litter with adult cats (not kittens because they can eat the litter and when it clumps it will cause an obstruction or hard mass that is impassible and deadly) so that you are able to visibly see and count how many clumps there are. Meaning, you know how healthy your cat's bowels and bladder are by the size of pee clumps.
I have 3 male cats and they've all been on dry kibble since kittenhood so it is about time that I help their bladders flush and this product has been wonderful in healing the UTI in one cat and helping to flush the other 2 to prevent issues.
This is a wonderful prevention for bladder issues and I am giving 1 dropper full each day with wet food, per cat and have noticed an increase in the amount of pee clumps in their litter pans each morning and evening when I scoop. There have been no side effects that I've noticed from any of the cats and each one doesn't seem to mind the taste in their food. Once you open the bottle it has to be refrigerated though, which is something I didn't notice the first couple of days but now keep it in the fridge.
If you've gotten this far and are terrified like I was over a week ago fearing the absolute worst that your cat might have a full bladder blockage or are feeling so helpless because your fur baby has a UTI, then this is a great product to try along with the other preventative measures in changing diet and continuing on with using UroMaxx to keep your fur babies bladder healthy. I can't stress enough how important it is to also change the diet and 'special' vet approved and pushed diets are no different (except in price) from any canned or raw food diet you can get on the market or make yourself. What matters most is the ingredients are not cheap (do your research on corn, fillers and gluten) and the canned food isn't totally water (80% or less moisture will do) then that is a big step up from feeding dry kibble and will help to keep your fur babies bladder healthy.
I want to suggest one more natural treatment that I came across while researching and this is Apple Cider Vinegar with 'mother' and if you are out at the store and see it then this is supposed to be a treatment for even a fully blocked cat. Earth Clinic is a good place to find more information on how to use this and treatment for a cat or dog that is blocked or with UTI. You don't have to force feed ACV, you can drop it between the shoulder blades or on their paws DILUTED (always dilute ACV 50/50 with water) and it will absorb into the body and start working. ACV is safe for cats DILUTED with water 50/50.
But if you suspect your cat is blocked and nothing you are doing is helping then it is vitally important to see an emergency vet ASAP because within 24 to 48 hours a cats kidneys will start to shut down from a blockage and their bladder can burst which leads to death if not treated immediately after. This is where Google terrified me and I was fearing the worst and almost gave up and went to the vet until my cat started peeing on the bed and then dribbling pee. I believe this product works. It worked for my 3 year old male neutered cat.
I still have a bottle on hand and will order again before running out. I consider this a BIG lesson learned - don't feed dry kibble to a male cat.
I ordered these drops 10 days ago for my 50-pound, 16-year-old Labrador mix. She never had an issue with UTI’s until recently and with no explanation from my vet.
Two visits to the vet, 2 rounds of Clavamox (for a total of 4 weeks) it all cost $450. That all turned out to be useless and only a temporary relief to my dog’s issues.
I potty-trained her as a pup and never had a problem with her going pee inside the house. After a full month of antibiotics and less than 2 weeks off them, the UTI started all over again.
She was peeing inside by the front door and in the elevator, or next to it as we stood waiting (we live in a condo building), and I didn’t want to go back to the vet. It would just be ANOTHER doctor’s fee, more money for a urine analysis, and more Clavamox.
So, I researched "clavamox" on Amazon and found this "healthier" alternative. I bought this hoping it would work for her and that the rest of the reviews weren’t paid for by the company who makes this.
It ABSOLUTELY worked. From the 8 days I’ve been adding it to her food, the liquid line has barely dropped. I feed her twice a day and add 1.5 droppers to each bowl of food. I add water as well. I read somewhere that older dogs need a lot of water to prevent UTI’s. So with a cup of food, 1.5 drops, and water filled just below the surface of the food, I let it all sit and soak for about 10 minutes while she paces smelling the air for a whiff of her food.
When she first had the UTI, it took about a day for the antibiotics to kick in. She went from struggling to walk, to bouncing down the hall excited to go for a walk in just over a days’ time.
Nearly the same thing happened after I started giving her the drops, but it took just a bit longer to kick in. I’d say maybe by day 2 or 3 and she was back to herself.
She hasn’t peed in the house or at the elevator since I started the drops. I feel much better about giving her these drops than a ton of antibiotics.
If you’re a dog owner and your buddy has a UTI, these will probably work. Definitely give them a try.
UroMAXX Urinary Tract, Kidney & Bladder Formula for Cats and Dogs, 6 oz Bottle
We almost lost Tigger about a year ago due to a blocked urethra. The vet had to drain his bladder with a needle, and insert a catheter for a day. Then for two weeks we had to medicate him, and he was in terrible pain.
With a change in food and the use of UroMAXX, so far we have avoided a repeat. Well worth the minor added expense.
UPDATE: This is about 5 months in and I'm reordering for the first time. We haven't had any urinary issues in this time, and I think it's definitely worth the investment to re-order. While I can't guarantee the UroMaxx is what's been keeping my boy healthy, at this point he's used to it and even meows with excitement when I pull it out of the fridge. We're going to keep using this supplement for at least 12 months, and most likely for many years to come.
This past summer he nearly died (a special "thank you to SAVES)...He'd developed a full blockage (at the same time our veterinarian's office went out of business. He'd developed so many stones the told me his bladder looked like a "snow globe". After careful consideration, SAVES felt the best approach was surgery (a simplistic view would be to say a sexual change). They said it sounded as though hed'd been prone to the stones and that this would at least allow them to be oassed. They also said they wouldn't be surprised if he had had (and would still be prone to) UTIs.
Low and behold - a few months later, he had developed a UTI. Living in a very small rural area, veterinarians aren't abundant around here. The new vet (since our old vet went out of business), is, well, unpleasant - not only with animals but people. It's hard to restrict his (the cat's) diet as we also adopted a 16 year old female cat at the same time we adopted him And they are both "finicky" eaters.
I decided to try this product as a supplement a few weeks ago, and what an improvement, right down to his fur being healthy and not falling out. I mix the dosage in with his wet food each morning.
Thank you to all who posted your comments. Definitely worth trying and now sticking with!
Our cat gets a UTI, we take him to the vet and they give me antibiotics to give to him twice a day for two weeks.
One month later - same story: cat gets UTI we take him to vet, this time they knock him out and go in to push the obstruction back up the urethra to allow urine flow because it was completely blocked. They give me antibiotics AGAIN to give him twice a day for two weeks. It was around this point that I heard about Uromaxx. I called the number and spoke with the man from UroMaxx. We discussed his case and had a game plan for dosage once my new bottle arrived.
ONE WEEK after his surgery (and keep in mind that the cat has already been on another round of antibiotics for a full week) the cat has barely peed all week and seems like he is still suffering. We take him back to the vet and he is able to push on his stomach to release some urine flow. He tells the cat that if he doesn't start peeing that he will have to do surgery "and change you from a boy to a girl". Well with the three doctor visits including the "surgery" to push the obstruction out of the way we have already spent over $1,000. The last thing I want to do is a major surgery on the poor creature for both his sake and ours!
It was at this point that I had just begun giving the cat some of the liquid as prescribed by the man from Uromaxx. Within just a couple of days of dosage, the cat seemed much more himself and less stressed. It was apparent to me that the antibiotics weren't doing Jack Poop for his UTI symptoms, but thankfully, the Uromaxx was definitely making the symptoms disappear.
It has been over two months since the Uromaxx arrived and there is NO problem at all! I give him his juice every single day without fail. We did switch him to a prescription diet for cats with UTI issues, but my intuition tells me that the liquid in this bottle is what really keeps his UTI issues at bay. I say that because this cat is the neighborhood cat. His diet is not under our complete control. He has about three houses that feed him. He also catches birds and lizards regularly (much to our chagrin) and enjoys dining on them, leaving us their feet in his wake, sometimes in our house.
I cannot begin to tell you how happy I am for the cat! There were too many days of digging in the dirt, sitting for too long, with nothing to show except stress. He is a normal healthy cat now.
I spoke of his issues with a friend. It turns out that her dog had UTI issues too. I found out that her dog was born male, but due to the never ending UTI issues, their vet operated on the dog, shortening the urethra, and now the dog pees like a female. The operation cost her Three Thousand Dollars! I can't help but believe that this stuff has not only brought relief to our poor cat, it has also saved us a bundle in vet costs. It really makes me happy to not drag the cat to the vet only to be told yet again to keep filling him with antibiotics! NOT GOOD! but more importantly, THEY DON'T WORK on UTI's! Thank God UroMAXX does!!
I rescued a 90lb dog and after a week she started with all the typical uti symptoms. Blood in the urin, straining, restless and even felt a little feverish. It was Friday and I decided to give this a shot ( it was recommended on some sort of holistic pet website) before heading to the vet. Got it same day delivery and started it that evening. By the next morning she had no blood in her urin and her fever was gone. The following day she was not straining and peeing much less frequently with more liquid. I’m still giving it to her every day for two weeks and then I might keep it up a few times a week for maintenance, but we’ll see how it goes. I also gave her d-mannose and apple cider vinegar once a day. So it worked for us and saved me a trip to the vet and no antibiotics which is always the better way if possible.
May 2017 Michael continues to do well. We have been able to take him off of the prescription CD food. I just wasn't very happy with the ingredients! This product is amazing!
That is not the case with this product. My cat has had on-and-off UTIs for a couple of years. He pees everywhere, I take him to the vet, she checks him out, recommends some very expensive medicated food and antibiotics, he gets better, and it repeats. Last time she said it might just be stress and "here's another overpriced anxiety food." I was looking through Amazon to see if there was anything I could try, and here comes this product. Lots of rave reviews, as there are with all the snake oil herbal products on the market, but I was interested in the fact that many of the reviews mirrored my situation. Also, cats aren't terribly familiar with the concept of placebos.
And as much as I hate to admit it, it's worked. My cat has not had a single accident since he started using this stuff. I started using it after a round of antibiotics, so that may have helped, but he has definitely been much better. He's always been pretty lazy, so I haven't seen a huge change in his activity level, but at least he seems to be using his litter box happily. Maybe I will stop being so suspicious of these types of products in the future. Probably not. But this one is great.
Two rounds of amoxicillin made no difference. She was at the point that we had to take her out every thirty minutes. I work at home, so I would work at night and take her out, and sleep during the day, and my wife would tend her during the day.
After reading reviews on various products on Amazon, we decided to give UroMAXX and Nutramax Denamarin Tablets, Small Dog/Cat, 30 Count a try. We ordered them, received them about three weeks ago. She gets one Denamarin tablet per day and one dose of UroMAXX per meal, 2x per day.
Within a few days, she started getting better. Drinking less, appetite increased dramatically, and less frequent trips outside. Now, after three weeks, she's back to normal. She can make it through the night. More energy during the day. She's living on borrowed time at 16 years old, but we will keep her on UroMAXX and Denamarin until her day comes.
Thanks to UroMAXX for a great product. It's made a huge difference in our little chihuahua's life.
We did do a vet trip to be safe and although he wasnt familiar with it he liked the ingredients so he said at this point keep her on it and keep food same ( dont wanna over acidify with rx food ).. so far so good at 16 lbs shes taking 1.5-2 ml split between am n pm canned..
Please try adding to canned or tuna juice.. not many cats are gonna want it straight.. i wont use tuna all the time but it would be my go to for any kind of flair.. i would also use on higher dose end at first!
Also a drop of hot water makes it not all fridgy cold!
I gave her double the dose suggested on the bottle.
I gave her the dose on the bottle in the morning and in the evening. Once a day was not enough to have an effect. And I used it for 3 weeks to be sure the problem was solved.
I am a dog breeder and I can tell you that this works just as good as anything to that would give you.
Tigger has had a UTI seemingly forever. We used a berry powder for cats about 6 months at a time, and that seemed to clear him up for a while, but the UTI always came back. On a visit with another kitty to the vet, I mentioned the blood in the urine problem and the vet gave me an antibiotic. 2 weeks later, still blood. We put up pads where Tigger liked to pee, because his cat box was the last place he was going because it hurt him, and put up a pad backwards with the plastic side out, so that when he peed on it, I used a syringe and now had a urine sample!! Took the syringe to the vet, who told us that we needed ANOTHER antibiotic because the original one would not treat his specific bacteria. 2 more weeks of the 2nd antibiotic, still red pee. OMG. We had ordered UroMaxx during the first antibiotic, but we didn't start giving it to Tigger untill all of the medicine was gone.
The first day we gave Tigger UroMaxx, there wasn't too much difference, or the second day or the third day. On the 4th day, instead of red urine, he had brown urine streaked with red, a sign to me that healing was occurring. Brown urine for a few more days. Less brown, more yellow. Then, finally, there was the beautiful sight of basically yellow urine. This transformation took about 3 weeks. Amazing, considering Tigger had just gone through a month of 2 different antibiotics. And, guess what? He pees in the box again, so we don't need to line the kitchen with pads anymore. We love him so.
WE LOVE UroMAXX, too. I believe that it saved our Tiggy's life. I believe that we are much happier not having to purchase pads and clean the kitchen floor three times a day. I am happy that he isn't in pain anymore.
One more thing that I forgot to mention. When Tig was on the 2nd antibiotic, we had to put him on UTI food, because one of the reason cats have UTI's is the PH of their food. We have an artesian spring, which is highly acidic, so I used coral calcium to change the PH. I don't know if it worked, I didn't test the PH before and after, but hey, I'll try anything. So along with the UTI food (Purina, I think) I tried to lower his PH with food and water. I would love to think that it helped, but my PH strips were old and I couldn't test. Thanks for your time.
11) EASY TO DISPENSE/MEASURE - This supplement has a graduated dropper built into the lid. You measure out the desired amount (1.0 mL/10 lb body weight) and dispense onto the food. The supplement is a thick-ish liquid. I add it to dry kibble and have no issues.
2) INCREASES WATER CONSUMPTION - Our dog is very prone to UTIs (urinary tract infections) due to being spayed too young, and not drinking enough water. I have found that by adding this to my dog's food, she drinks considerably more.
3) TASTES GOOD (according to dog) - The dog is a picky eater. She now eats her food eagerly with UroMaxx added on top.
4) RECOMMENDED BY VET - Our vet said that his clients have had great success with this supplement. I love the heck out of my vet, and he has never steered us wrong.
5) DECREASES FREQUENCY OF UTI? - Our dog has only been on this a month. She is currently on antibiotics for a severe UTI/Bladder infection. For the past two years she has gotten a UTI approximately every six months (poor baby). We will be monitoring her with a Urinalysis every three months to see how this supplement affects the frequency of her UTIs. If it decreases frequency over six months, I will add the fifth star to my review (May of 2018).
A forever customer in Texas.
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