Urine is produced constantly by the kidneys and is passed through the urethra into the bladder. Urine is gathered in the bladder until it is full. The bladder exit has a sphincter, which works as a tap that can open and close. When the pet decides to urinate, the sphincter relaxes and the tap opens, so the urine can leave the body. Gathering urine in the bladder is a complex process, which can be disturbed by multiple causes. In case of incontinence, one must always determine if it developed acutely or gradually.
Incontinence that develops acutely usually points towards cystitis or a side effect of medication. A vet can decide on a therapy plan to address this problem. Incontinence that appears gradually is caused by a weakening of the sphincter of the bladder. The “tap” cannot be closed sufficiently anymore. This will occur mostly when your dog or cat is asleep. It will cause your dog or cat to wake up wet en unaware that the urine has come out. It happens more frequently in females then in males dog and cats. Females present this problem more often after a hysterectomy or a bladder-related surgery.
The occurrence of incontinence gradually increases with age. Muscle power degenerates in elderly dogs and cats. This also applies to the sphincter. This means that the washer of the tap is worn out. Therefore incontinence is more frequent in elderly pets.
For example: approximately 50% of all elderly people in homes have urinary incontinence.
Silicium is a natural formula that works directly on the sphincter. It strengthens the sphincter, so that the level of incontinence decreases and even disappears. This whole process doesn’t happen overnight: it takes time. Using Silicium can decrease incontinence within a few weeks. The incontinence will decrease, depending on the ratio and speed of the healing process. This will go faster in a younger dog or cat, slower in an elderly pet. Silicium needs to be applied over a longer period. It can be mixed with food. If needed, it can be used long term. It has no side effects when used long term. Silicium has no abnormal flavour.
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|Silicium™, 90 tabl. 300 mg||€ 28,50|
|Silicium™, 90 tabl. 1200 mg||€ 42,50|
|Silicium™, 180 tabl. 1200 mg||€ 79,50|
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Silicium is a complementary feed based on Chinese herbs. Composition: Cucurbita moschata, Rehmannia glutinosa, Glycine mas, Eucommia ulmoides, Cuscuta chinensis, Dioscorea opposita, Cornus officinalis, Angelica chinensis, Lycium barbarum, Cinnamomum cassia. Additive: Microcristalline cellulose, Crosslinked sodium carboxymethyl cellulose, Silicic acid. Analytical constituents: raw ash 3,1% crude fat 0,2% rough egg white 1,5% crude fiber 7,7% Natrium 0,3%.
Dosage Silicium: 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.
|First 14 days||From 15 days|
|1 tabl. 300 mg 2x a day||½ tabl. 300 mg 2x a day|
|2 tabl. 300 mg 2x a day||1 tabl. 300 mg 2x a day|
|First 14 days||From 15 days|
|1 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day||½ tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day|
|2 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day||1 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day|
|3 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day||1½ tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day|
|4 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day||2 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day|
|5 tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day||2½ tabl. 1200 mg 2x a day|
|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.
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: 1-4 weeks.
Maintenance dose: when your animal is healthy again, you can reduce the dose by 50%.
Preventive dose: 50% of the normal dose.