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The Relationship Between Bladder Health and pH Levels

Dogs are natural carnivores and have evolved to have a slightly acidic urine pH, optimally between 6 and 6.5 on the pH scale. This is the ideal pH for your pet's urinary and bladder health. Not surprisingly, diet affects the pH of your pet's urine.

Because dogs' bodies are designed for eating meat, when they eat a species-appropriate diet containing meat and very few carbs, their urine naturally falls between 6 and 6.5 – the slightly acidic range that's ideal for urinary tract health.

However, when cats and dogs eat a "grain-free" (usually potato-based) or grain-based diet – and that's what most commercial dog and cat foods provide – urine pH can change and rise into the alkaline range.

Our bladder support soft chews are designed to support bladder health, to help maintain dog bladder control and reduce dog incontinence in spayed and senior dogs.

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