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Proin (Phenylpropanolamine)

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 34 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works excellent! I have a Husky that involuntarily leaks when she's asleep. This product and Bladder Strength keeps her completely dry! I definitely would recommend this product. April 5, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Works well. Very few incontinence problems since I started using the Proin. February 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by This product does what it says Proin has been good for my pet. It helps keep her from urine leaks. January 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by My dog can sniff out a pill... She actually comes up and wants these. Much easier than a pill you have to try to hide... November 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by This product works for our dog. Some time after Ginger's operation to keep her from having puppies, we discovered her urinary problem. She couldn't keep from wetting herself and anything close to her. Our vet recommended Proin. We tried it, and had to keep changing the dose and when we gave it to her. When we finally got things right it was a miracle, No more wet spots. That was many years ago and we are still satisfied with the results. Ginger is a happy dog. We had trouble at first getting her to take the Proin. We tried the pill pockets, peanut butter, cheese, and finally Cottage cheese. Ginger loves it and no more problems. We give her (3) 75 mg tabs a day. Ginger is a 100 lb. Lab mix and a happy dog. We recommend Proin for leaking problems. October 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Works for us! I read the pros and cons on using Proin. For my girl, the natural product just wasn't effective and we returned to using the Proin. She does much better on it and I just put it in her morning meal and she eats it right up. We are both much happier with the results. September 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by urinary control Works well at helping our 10 year old Bulldog keep accidents to a minimum. July 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by This has been a lifesaver I have a 12 year old Corgi that I rescued about a year and a half ago. She didn't have much use of her back legs when I got her. She also weighed about 40 pounds and had to be carried out to potty. Her muscles have further atrophied and she now can't even crawl(she used to be able to drag the back legs behind her#. After recurrent UTIs and her urine scalding her skin just from contact, the vet finally suggested this med. I remember when it was a prescription decongestant for humans but it was pulled from the market due to the same side effects that ephedrine had. It is a weight based medication, we started at one 25mg tab twice daily, but that didn't work. The dose is 0.91mg/lb twice daily. My vet increased my dog to 37.5mg#1 and a half of the 25mg tabs) twice daily and she can now hold it as long as you want her to. One piece of useful info, I found out the hard way: If my dog misses a dose, the flood gates will open up. If she misses a dose, she will have several accidents. My dog ,according to vet, isn't able to concentrate her urine so whaqt she drink just goes through her. As long as I don't miss a dose, she's good to go and can go morning, midafternoon, and evening. She sleeps on incontinence pads, the kind used in hospitals for people. This drug is a lifesaver for her. I don't mind cleaning her up as many times a day as necessary, but even if she only lays in urine for a few minutes before I clean her and change the pad, it causes her skin to get red and sore and her girl parts look like a strawberry they are so red. The med is worth every penny April 21, 2013
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