Support for Spayed Bitches & Entire Elderly Dogs
Approx cost per day = 24p*
* ( assuming 20 kg dog on 4 ml daily)
Many of us have experienced not only the distress caused to our bitches or elderly entire dogs when they have 'accidents' in their beds whilst sleeping, but also the additional work incurred with daily bed washing! Click here to see our LBM video.
Some breeds are more prone to this problem than others. In response to her own Dobermann bitch's needs, our Medical Herbalist formulated a liquid product containing herbal tinctures known for their ability to help support and maintain healthy bladder control and tone. NB this supplement does not contain hormones.
LBM Solution is a pure tincture product which is designed to be added to your dog's food twice daily.
Please allow up to four and in some cases six weeks for benefits to be seen.
1:3 tinctures of: Hydrangea, Horsetail, Astragalus, Vitex agnus castus, Cramp bark, Black Cohosh.
Directions for use:
Full instructions will be found on the packaging or in our VIDEO GUIDE but if you have any queries please do contact our Helpline for more information.
Add to dog's feed on a daily basis, dividing the required amount between two meals where possible for best results. Introduce slowly, especially if your dog has not had supplements before and allow up to four weeks for benefits to be seen.
Up to 5kg (11lb) 0.5 to 1ml twice daily (1 to 2 total)
10kg (22lb) 1 to 2ml twice daily (2 to 4 total)
20kg (33lb) 2 to 4ml twice daily (4 to 8 total)
30kg (44lb) 3 to 6ml twice daily (6 to 12 total)
40kg+(88lb) 4 to 8ml twice daily (8 to 16 total)
You can feed foods rich in phyto- estrogens to help your spayed bitch. Phyto - estrogens mimic the action of oestrogen in the body and trick the body into thinking there are more circulating oestrogens in the system. Some foods are particularly rich in phyto- estrogens and can be added to your bitches, foods such as Soya, Oats, Oatmeal, Fenugreek and Linseed can all be cooked and added to the food. These foods are also great for people as well, particularly post menopausal women whose natural circulating oestrogens decline after the menopause.