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Canine Bladder Infection Dosage

My 13 week old pup (about 10 - 15 pounds) urinates VERY frequently and does not stay dry over night. She has also once or twice peed in her sleep. I am sure that a bladder infection is to blame as the breeder had her on a very high grain diet and would have them go without water if a prospective new owner was coming to see them so they wouldn't go in the car (grrrr). I have changed her diet (not raw I'm afraid because I simply cannot afford it, but we do feed EVO) and she always gets plenty of water now but she seems to need more. Now I have used Sepia in the past on our 100 Lb senior but obviously the dosage would not be the same for a puppy. Can anyone give me an idea of what dosage to use? The only Sepia I could find in town was 30c.
  FunDevDog on 2010-02-09
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You may give her Nux vomica 30c thrice a day at a gap of 4 hours. One dose means 2 pills or 1-2 drops in some 10-20 ml water. Only for one day you should give the medicine and then wait for response for 7-10 days. Then you may try sepia 30 and Pulsatilla 30 one by one in the same way.
kadwa last decade

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