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Feline Urinary Tract Disease

Feline urinary tract disease is a common reason for a cats visit to the veterinarian. It is a disease that can be serious if not treated before it grows out of control. You are probably tired of frequent trips to the vet for treatment and tired of the side effects that the antibiotics will cause. Prevention is the way to start. You can treat early stages at home before the infection grows out of control.

Painful urination, crying while urinating, missing the litter box, blood in the urine, and possibly fever, are some warning signs if feline urinary tract disorder. Cats have a high tolerance to pain so your pet may be purring and loving you like its not sick and all the while it is enduring the painful burning and itching of feline UTI.

Conventional methods of treatment for feline urinary tract disease are formulated to cure the current outbreak of the symptoms but it does nothing to prevent recurring symptoms. Veterinarians usually prescribe antibiotics. These have serious side effects. Pet owners are turning to alternative treatment methods.

Alternative treatments methods will alleviate current symptoms, prevent recurring symptoms, and build you pets urinary tract. Alternative methods can be used to ease the side effects caused by conventional treatment.

Some commercial cat foods are packed with chemical ingredients. These ingredients can aggravate the urinary tract and cause recurring feline urinary tract disease symptoms. For treating and preventing feline UTI, a diet rich in raw, unprocessed foods and plenty of fresh, clean water.

The use of natural homeopathic remedies will help to maintain bladder health, and a strong immune system to fight off diseases and infections. These remedies are highly effective, 100% safe for long term use, and have no side effects.

Simple lifestyle changes and the incorporation of homeopathic remedies into your pet's diet can make the world of difference. Conventional medicine may only suppress symptoms. If you want to heal you kitty, and get to the under lying cause of the feline urinary tract infection then you should research the use of natural remedies in maintaining cat health and its long term results.

Janet Markowitz has been a German Shepherd Breeder for over 20 years. She has always been interested in using natural and holistic remedies for her Shepherds whenever possible. She has found that by using natural Remedies in conjunction with conventional medicine, she has achieved great success in the health and longevity in her dogs.

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