Urinary traction

How long should you give your cat aconite to treat a uti
  • Chewy

    08/06/2020

    Hi Sonia,

    We recommend talking to a vet about UTI treatments straight away.

    These can be very serious for a cat and require immediate attention.

    They will be able to give you targeted medication and dosage requirements.

    Treating UTIs oneself can put a cat at great risk of increased pain, kidney infection, and worse.

    Hope this helps!

    Chewy

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  • William R.

    18/06/2020

    It’s better to consult a vet as they’re better equipped to assess the situation. Yes, there are blogs and references out there that you can consult and I can share them as well but every cat is different and their reactions are different from medicines, so consulting a vet is the best option. There are a few portals that will help you find a vet near you like - greatvet.com,veterinarians.com, since vets aren’t taking patients right now, or are taking less than usual patients so you can use these to find another vet near you if your regular vet is not available.

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