A bladder infection are usually caused by bacteria. Both male and female pets can suffer from cystitis, although female pets seem to suffer from it more often. Most of the time the germs originate from outside the body and are transported through the genitalia, and through the urethra into the bladder. Urine is sterile in normal circumstances, meaning that there are no bacteria present. Normally any germs that have ended up in the bladder are flushed out as soon as the pet urinates.

Special circumstances are needed to cause an infection of the bladder: these circumstances are:

  • some urine remains in the bladder after urinating. This is an ideal situation for the bacteria to survive and even multiply, the result being cystitis.
  • an abnormally shaped bladder wall or a bladder nerve that does not function well can have the same consequences.
  • the presence of bladder crystals or bladder stones, these are ideal for bacteria to multiply in. The crystals and stones can damage the bladder wall, which causes the bacteria to multiply even more easily. Because of the damage to the bladder wall urine can contain blood.

Cystitis in pets causes changes in urinating behaviour: frequent urinating and/or straining to urinate. There are only really small amounts of urine. The urine can look normal, or clouded, or bloody. Female pets will often lick their vulva and can even have excretion. The pet doesn’t look ill, has no fever and drinks normally. A vet can examine the urine and determine the type of bacteria before administering treatment.

It’s useful to have the urine checked for crystals. Cystitis is often caused by crystals in the bladder.

The Chinese herbal formula Eurologist is an excellent treatment for cystitis and bladder crystals. It’s very effective against cystitis and dissolves all crystals present in the bladder. Improvement can be expected a few days after the start of the treatment. Treatment lasts 2-3 weeks. Eurologist can be administered with a bit of food. It can be given long term without any side effects. Eurologist can also be used to prevent bladder problems and has no abnormal flavour.

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Eurologist is a complementary feed based on Chinese herbs. Composition: Lysimachia nummuralia, Lygodium japonicum, Gallus endothelium, Astralagus membranaceus, Corydalis yanhusuo, Lindera strychnifolia, Akebia trifoliata, Pyrrosia sheareri, Plantago major. Addition: vegetable Sunflower and Leucine. Analytical constituents: raw ash 3,1% crude fat 0,2% rough egg white 1,5% crude fiber 7,7% Natrium 0,3%.

Dosage Eurologist: for dog, cat, guinea pig, rodents and other small pets. Suitable for animals of all ages, including puppies and kittens. The herbal formula can be given for a prolonged period. Can be use when the animal is pregnant or weaning. Also use in case of diarrhoea. This formula has no known side effects with either short or long term. Interactions with other herbal formulas from Petherbs or with veterinary medication are not known and therefore this herbal formula can be administered simultaneously with all other products.

Dosage cat and dog up to 5 kg
300 mg
 First 14 days  From 15 days
 to  1 kg
 1 tabl. 300 mg 2x a day  ½ tabl. 300 mg 2x a day
 1 - 5 kg
 2 tabl. 300 mg 2x a day  1 tabl. 300 mg 2x a day

Dosage cat and dog from 5 kg
1200 mg
 First 14 days  From 15 days
  5 - 10 kg
 1 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day ½ tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day
10 - 20 kg
 2 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day  1 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day
20 - 30 kg
 3 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day  1½ tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day
30 - 40 kg
 4 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day  2 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day
40 - 50 kg
 5 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day  2½ tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day
>  50 kg
 6 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day  3 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day

For a guinea pig and rodent is relatively higher than the dosage for cats and dogs. Rodents are herbivores and therefore they need more herbs to get good results.

Guinea pigs, hamsters and other rodents
First 14 days
From 15 days
 2 tabl. 300 mg 2x a day
 1 tabl. 300 mg 2x a day

To administer: with a bit of cheese, meat etc., whatever the animal likes. It is possible to mix it with a bit of food, just make sure everything is eaten.

Result: 2 - 10 days. Continue to use the dose for 2 months after the symptoms have disappeared.

Maintenance dose: when your animal is healthy again, you can reduce the dose by 50%.

Preventive dose: 50% of the normal dose.

300 mg tablet
1200 mg tablet
300 mg tablet
1200 mg tablet