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Solutions for Incontinence for your Furever Friends”

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At the McKamey Animal Center, Trica Sebes monitors a dispatch that Officer Nicholson is arriving with CindyLou, a relinquished dog given up because of incontinence. Cindylou is not a bad dog, but suffers a physical condition: Canine Urinary Incontinence. A recent survey of animal shelters has revealed that this is a common problem. Dr. Marisa Shulman from Pegasus Laboratories, explains canine urinary incontinence should be taken seriously, and there are a few possible causes a veterinarian could diagnose. Fortunately, there is help for CindyLou. It’s called Proin, available as a chewable tablet, and comes in three different strength dosages, it is a veterinary prescription drug. Check with your veterinarian if your dog shows signs of urinary incontinence.

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Many pet parents do not know how to deal with this condition, and the beloved animals end up becoming outdoor dogs or are surrendered to a pet shelter. In fact, a recent survey of animal shelters revealed incontinence is a common problem.

Canine urinary incontinence:

• can be caused due to a change in hormone levels when the animal is spayed
• could be from a UTI or CUI
• may occur in up to 20% of spayed female dogs over age 6
• is progressive – starts with leaking while dog is sleeping and progresses from there

The good news is that canine urinary incontinence due to urethral sphincter hypotonus is a controllable condition. PRN® Pharmacal has a drug called PROIN® that may help your dog get back on track:

 chewable tablet
 given twice a day
 comes in 3 different strength dosages
 FDA approved
 veterinary prescription drug

The “Designing Spaces™” team travelled to Chattanooga, TN to give a much-needed renovation to the McKamey Animal Center’s administrative area and “real life rooms” for the special 3-part series “Designing Pet Spaces of Hope – Adopt a Shelter.”

PRN® Pharmacal is a valued partner in the series.

Tune in on Thursday, March 21 at 7:30 am (ET/PT) as Dr. Marisa Shulman educates viewers on canine urinary incontinence and what can be done about it. (Please check local listing to confirm date and time).
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