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5.0 out of 5 stars Wow, this works!
My 5 year old Lhasa-doodle suffers from recurring urinary tract infections and has Struvite crystals in her urine. A year ago, she was seriously ill following surgery to remove stones from a packed bladder. Afterwards, the vet said she must go on a prescription diet but the dog refused to eat it (she is a fussy eater anyway but having read the ingredients, I don't blame her on this occasion). So, I have been feeding her home cooked food or raw meat since then. She seems to be in good health but recent follow-up urine checks have shown increasing amounts of crystals and a very high Ph which meant her urine was alkaline. The vet has said that crystals don't develope in acid urine but there was no way to make this happen without the very expensive and absolutely disgusting prescription diet. I am a retired nurse and know that cranberries are often recommended for healthy bladders in humans, so I did some research regarding dogs and discovered Cranimal. The vet was not impressed and pooh-poohed the suggestion that we give it a try but I went ahead anyway. The result was mind boggling! I tested the urine before I started giving her the daily Cranimal and the Ph was off the chart. After just 4 days it had dropped right to the lowest reading and subsequent tests have shown that it remains there. The only problem is that, as I stated earlier, she is a fussy eater, so sprinkling it on food never works. I soften a slice of cheddar for a few seconds in the microwave then roll it up with the powder in the middle, rather like a sausage roll and feed it to her a bit at a time. Tablets, disguised in peanut butter are much easier