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Pseudoephedrine (like you find in the hayfever/allergy medication 'Sudtafed') is often used to 'tone' the bladder sphincter in incontinent dogs. Veterinary equivalents would be more expensive I assume (which we couldn't afford) so we gave our old border collie (=medium sized dog) 1 Sudafed a day (half pill morning & night) and were able to put off the terrible day for nearly a year. We raised the dose to a pill and a half towards the end. She finally began having fits and shut down completely (almost 16 years old - a good age!).
I should say, of course, that I'm not a vet. Please cross-reference this information for your own peace of mind. If you decide to treat your dog based on 'independent' research, introduce the medication slowly/carefully watching for any bad reaction... 'Hypertension,' for example, is a common side-effect - if it's severe you'll have to reduce or stop the treatment. All the best, Konrad.
Posted on Jun 16, 2013
May I please ask a few things? Age, breed, injuries? Any recent stress, diet changes, or environmental changes? Used for breeding? How often/chronic? We'll start with that.
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