Dog Urinary Incontinence & Kidney Disease Medicine

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Tailored Treatments for Your Pet's Unique Needs

At SaveWay, we understand the challenges of managing incontinence in dogs, cats and other animals. As a devoted and empathetic pet owner, your priority is to relieve your pet’s discomfort caused by urinary and/or kidney conditions. To achieve this, you require a tailored treatment plan that specifically addresses your pet’s medical needs.

That’s why we consider several essential factors, such as your animal’s weight, medical condition, temperament and more, ensuring administration of their treatment becomes easier and more comfortable for both you and your pet.

Why Choose SaveWay Compounding Pharmacy for Your Pet Meds?

When you entrust SaveWay as your compounding pharmacy for incontinence treatment in dogs, cats and other animals, you gain access to:

Experts with 20+ Years of Experience

Experts with 20+ Years of Experience

Fastest Shipping in the Industry

Fastest Shipping in the Industry

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Domestic & Exotic Pet Medications

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Highly Customizable Treatment Options

Various Dosage Forms in 50+ Flavors

Various Dosage Forms in 50+ Flavors

Total-Care Customer Service

Total-Care Customer Service

Common Urinary and Kidney Conditions

Some of the most common urinary conditions and symptoms we help treat are urinary tract infections, urinary crystals/bladder stones, Feline Urological Syndrome, ureteral obstruction, canine urinary incontinence and Kidney Disease:

Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

UTI stands for urinary tract infection and refers to an infection of the urinary system (the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra).

UTIs are most commonly caused by bacteria, although other infectious agents may be involved. Symptoms can include:
  • Increased frequency of urination
  • Difficulty urinating
  • Blood in the urine
  • Inappropriate urination
  • Straining to urinate
  • Foul odor

Urinary Crystals and Bladder Stones

Urinary crystals and bladder stones are mineral formations that resemble rocks and form within the urinary bladder.

Causes: A diet too high in minerals, an underlying condition, dehydration, lack of physical activity or certain medications. Symptoms can include:
  • Frequent urination
  • Straining to urinate
  • Blood in the urine
  • Painful urination
  • Accidents in the house
  • Abdominal pain/discomfort
  • Decreased appetite/refusal to eat
  • Vomiting
  • Lethargy or decreased activity levels

Feline Urological Syndrome (FUS)

Feline Urological Syndrome is a group of urinary tract disorders that affects predominantly middle-aged or older cats.

Causes: Diet, dehydration, stress and inactivity and can be more severe in male cats due to their narrower urethra. Symptoms can include:
  • Difficulty urinating
  • Blood in the urine
  • Painful urination

Ureteral Obstruction

Ureteral obstruction in dogs refers to a blockage or partial blockage of the ureters, which are the tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder.

Causes: This obstruction can occur due to a variety of reasons, including bladder stones, tumors, urinary tract infections, blood clots or abnormal growths that compress or block the ureters. Symptoms can include:
  • Vomiting
  • Lethargy
  • Decreased appetite
  • Frequent urination
  • Straining to urinate


Incontinence is the inability to control the bladder or bowels, leading to involuntary urine or fecal leakage.

Causes: Urinary incontinence is more common than fecal incontinence and can be caused by factors such as urinary tract infections, bladder stones, urinary sphincter dysfunction or hormonal imbalances. Fecal incontinence can be caused by neurological disorders or other underlying medical conditions affecting the rectum or anal sphincter. Symptoms can include:
  • Dribbling urine
  • Wet spots on Bedding/Floors
  • Frequent urination
  • Straining during bowel movements

Kidney Disease

Kidney disease is a condition where the kidneys are not functioning properly, resulting in an accumulation of waste products and toxins in the bloodstream.

Causes: Kidney disease can be acute (sudden onset) or chronic (long-term) and can have various underlying causes, including infections, toxins, medications and disorders. Symptoms can include:
  • Increased thirst and urination
  • Decreased appetite
  • Weight loss
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Lethargy
  • Changes in behavior

Choose From 4 Urinary and Kidney Treatment Applications

Fortunately, a number of these conditions can be effectively treated, and SaveWay provides a range of options to do so. These include mini tablets, treats, transdermal gels and more — and many are available in various flavors.

Explore our urinary and kidney veterinary medicine treatments now:


Collapsed Trachea

Furosemide can help to reduce the amount of fluid in the body by increasing urine production and decreasing fluid absorption in the kidneys.

Administration Options
  • Liquids
  • Capsules
  • Tablets
  • Treats
  • Transdermal Gel


Torsemide can help to reduce the amount of fluid in the body by increasing urine production and decreasing fluid absorption in the kidneys.

Administration Options
  • Capsules
  • Mini Tablets


Estriol is a type of estrogen hormone that can help to increase muscle tone and control in the urinary tract, which can help to reduce episodes of incontinence.

Administration Options
  • Capsules
  • Injectables


Prazosin medication can help to relax the smooth muscles in the urinary tract and improve urine flow.

Administration Options
  • Liquid
  • Capsules
  • Mini Tablets
  • Treats

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What can vets do for incontinence?

    Veterinarians can provide a range of solutions for incontinence in pets, such as prescribing medications that strengthen the urinary sphincter or addressing underlying medical conditions causing the issue.

  • How do you treat incontinence in senior dogs?

    When it comes to treating incontinence in senior dogs, veterinarians may recommend medications, dietary modifications tailored to your dog’s needs and a schedule of frequent potty breaks.

  • Why is my dog peeing when lying down?

    Dogs may urinate while lying down due to conditions like urinary tract infections, bladder stones, or nerve problems. Consulting your vet is essential to identify and address the underlying cause.

  • Can dogs grow out of incontinence?

    While some dogs may naturally improve and outgrow incontinence, it’s crucial to consult a veterinarian for a thorough evaluation to rule out any serious medical issues and receive appropriate guidance.

  • What helps incontinence in dogs naturally?

    Natural remedies for incontinence in dogs can include supplements like cranberry extract, herbal therapies and dietary adjustments tailored to your pet’s specific needs. Always consult with your vet before starting any natural treatment.

  • Why is my senior dog suddenly peeing in the house?

    A sudden onset of house soiling in senior dogs could be a sign of an underlying health problem, such as a urinary tract infection or cognitive dysfunction. Consulting your vet is essential to determine the cause and develop an appropriate treatment plan.

  • Does incontinence in dogs get worse with age?

    Incontinence in dogs can indeed worsen with age as the muscles supporting bladder control weaken. Regular veterinary check-ups can help monitor the condition and adjust treatment as needed to maintain your pet’s quality of life.

  • Should I take my dog to the vet for incontinence?

    If your dog is experiencing incontinence, it’s advisable to consult a veterinarian promptly. They can perform a thorough examination, diagnose the underlying cause, and recommend a suitable treatment plan tailored to your dog’s needs.

  • How do you treat incontinence in female dogs?

    Treatment for incontinence in female dogs typically involves medications that strengthen the urinary sphincter or, in some cases, surgical procedures to correct anatomical issues contributing to the condition. A vet will determine the best course of action based on the specific diagnosis.

  • Why does my senior dog pee in his sleep?

    Senior dogs may urinate in their sleep due to age-related issues such as muscle weakness or cognitive decline. Consulting your vet is essential to pinpoint the cause and explore potential treatments or management strategies to improve your dog’s comfort and well-being.


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