The Incontinence Tag is programmed to strengthen the Sphincter Muscles as an aid for dogs and cats suffering from involuntary urine leakage.
It’s very important to treat urine dribbling as a medical problem requiring a medical diagnosis; rather than a behavioral problem.
Please understand that your pet is not intentionally leaking urine!
There could be many medical reasons the leakage including an underlying disease process which this tag will not address. Cushing’s disease, diabetes, or kidney disease could cause the incontinence. There may also be urinary crystals or bladder stones, or a structural abnormality causing the problem.
Anti-bacterial energetics have been added to this Tag to address any bladder infection which is a common secondary problem causing urinary incontinence.
Older dogs tend to be more prone to developing incontinence. The energetics to strengthen the Voluntary Urethral Sphincter have been added to this Tag and will address this problem.
Many dogs suffer from Submissive Urination, the leaking often occurs when the dog gets excited when the owner comes home or guests arrive. Keep stress-provoking interactions low key and brief. Start by not joining in the excitement, and speaking in a normal voice.
The added energetic’s for the Voluntary Urethral Sphincter will increase urethral tone. Anti-stress energetic’s have been added to help calm excitable animals.
One of the common reasons for involuntary urine leakage especially in dogs is hormone-induced urinary incontinence related to neutering and spaying. It will usually be temporary, as the dog learns to control its urinary muscles again during the recovery process.
Some Veterinarians may recommend a hormonal treatment for problems after neutering or spaying.
Hormones have not been programmed into these tags as the hormones are gender specific. The added energetic’s for increasing the urethral muscle tone will help in these cases.
The Incontinence Aid Tag also addresses Fecal Incontinence by the addition of the energetic’s to strengthen the sphincter muscles of the anus and rectum.
Structural abnormalities can also cause incontinence, so again a correct diagnosis is needed. For example lower back problems can compromise the communication pathway between the colon and brain with the result that the animal’s brain does not get the message that nature is calling.
Knowing the cause of the incontinence is important to correct this problem. Acupuncture can stimulate the pudendal nerve; a chiropractor can also do a great job keeping the central nervous system working appropriately. Thus eliminating the need for medication.
(The pudendal nerve provides the majority sensations and functions of the external genitals, the urethra, and the anus).
Attach one Tag to the collar of the Pet using the zipper tie. Tighten it almost up to the collar so that it is near to the body of the Pet. Do not leave it hanging low.
The packet contains four Tags; one month supply. Change the Tag once a week.
If your Pet needs more than one Tag at a time mark the number of the tag on the back using a marker pen, to identify them. Use no more than three different Tags at one time.
Please note: Do not store near any electronic equipment.
For protection during mailing the plastic bag is programmed along with the Tags, always store the tags in the bag.