This product is a lifesaver, for me as well as my cat! Gracie gets chronic, idiopathic UTI’s (which I believe are from stress caused by my alpha terrorizing her). For the $451 he would charge me each time, the vet had nothing to offer except antibiotics, anti-inflammatories and special food that she wouldn’t eat. And 6 months later, we were back in his office peeing blood again. When I started the Cranberry Relief, we saw results within HOURS! I was amazed and thrilled! After the first 3 doses, she stopped going back and forth to the litter box doing her little “dribbles” and she went back to normal urination! In addition to that, I discovered that she will actually lick it from a dish if I blend it with the water and give it to her like a snack! I did realize that, when I put her on the maintenance dose, the inflammation would return; so, I am giving her the full dose 2x/day every day (which has been approved by a holistic vet I conferenced with) and she’s doing fine. I would certainly recommend this product for urinary tract health!
Excellent & Easy to Use by CritterChuckles from Central Florida05/02/2013
I give this to both my Cattle Dogs every day and will do so forever most likely. Dingo is 7 yrs old and he has had many serious bladder infections the past few years and now his brother Jack had one. We've made MANY changes to their diets, water source & potty schedules but Dingo still kept getting them. I discovered this Cranberry powder here on Entirely Pets and decided to try it. We've been adding it to both their meals for about 2 months now and both dogs have had clear urine the entire time. We also give Dingo the Bladder Strength pills (sold here) 2x daily so I think the combo has done the trick. I will continue to order both products from E.P., good service & quality products.
Good stuff by Lulu's mom from Seatte, WA06/25/2012
Lulu has a history of Bladder Stones and other urinary issues. This product does seem to keep them at bay. Small price to pay for a healthy urinary tract system.
Highly reccomend by dawn06/19/2008
My 6 yr old cat started with a UTI and I purchased this product in hopes of saving on a costly vet bill. Not only did it clear it up, but I've noticed an improvement in his coat. I had to mix it in moist cat food (tuna flavored) gave it to him 2 times a day, and he cleared up within a week. Now I plan to use this 2 x a week to keep him from anymore problems. Definitely buying this again.
Unfortunately made my cat sick by CatMoma from California04/26/2013
For one, this product is based on scoops yet doesn't say the measurement & doesn't come with a scoop. I gave my cat less than half a teaspoon first time around. We mixed it w/ his regular food (for UTI prevention). He started throwing up. He kept going back to his food & then would throw up again. He probably threw up 5-6 times. It was sort of scary & we started to worry we were going to have to make a trip to the ER. My cat rarely throws up, i.e., once or twice per year. We had read so much good things about cranberry granules for UTI prevention. It only has four ingedients so I think it is the Oregon Grape Root that did it. We did some research & found multiple sites that said not so good things about the ingredient. This particular one lists it under "herbs that should be given with extra caution" & says "only for short-term use": http://www.holisticat.com/cat-herbs.html Another site said raw Oregon Grape Root (the plant) is not poisionous but rather toxic to cats, & may make them have digestive problems. That site also said it is higher regarded as a treatment for dogs, rather than cats, although this particular product says safe for both dogs and cats. That was enough. I thought about giving very tiny amounts but I don't want him to be in discomfort. We won't be using this again. Wish I would have found these sites ahead of time. I wouldn't recommend this. Maybe I can get a refund?
Cranberry Relief by kitkat from Nebraska04/06/2013
It may be too soon to tell.I got this for my male cats hoping to cut out urinary issues.
I will say that this has made a few of them throw up thier food.
I added it to thier food for about 2 weeks so far.I plan to stick with it to see if any urinary issues resurface.A Vet visit is always best or this issues first.
Once in a while... by Lily&Casper from baytown, tx04/19/2012
I tried this product when my little shih-tzu girl started having symptoms of a UTI infection. After giving it to her for a few days, all problems disappeared. Because shih-tzu are prone to kidney and bladder problems I find that it's a great preventative health product and serves to boost their immunity levels. Will buy again.....
Life Saving Product by Skibunny from Wildwood MO04/01/2014
Used three times a week on our Westi, it has prevented her from struvite crystals. It is the only product that has worked. The hospital was ready to do surgery on her, she was so bad. Including large amount of blood in the urine. I went to a holistic pet shop and this is what they recommended. Her urine and kidney cultures now come back perfect. I tried twice a week per vet recommendations only for it to return. He asked how I got rid of it the first time, and I told him using Cranberry Refief three times a week, guess what he said. Our Westi has been on Cranberry Relief now for 5 years, three times a week with perfect results every time. You will not be sorry by using this product.
Made our cat sick by Cat Moma from California05/28/2013
Not sure why my previous review was deleted/never published since I was being honest, however, these were the facts: Bought for our cat who had a UTI. We were excited about the price and had heard lots of good things about cranberry for UTIs and bladder health. It says 1 scoop per his body weight yet does not come with a scooper. It wasn't sealed either, which I realize is NaturVet's doing, not EntirelyPets. Gave the tiniest amount, less than 1/2 teaspoon, to our cat by mixing it in his wet food. It made him vomit a bunch right after eating, which he really rarely vomits. He even vomited later after coming back to eat more of the laced food. We decided not to feed this to him anymore. Come to find out after doing internet research, Oregon Grape Root, one of the four ingredients, is somewhat toxic to cats and can result in digestive upset. Additionally, Echinacea should not being given to cats for extended periods of time. Gratefully, EntirelyPets was kind enough to refund us and I am so pleased with their service. Thank you.
Great Product by LAE from East Setauket, NY02/27/2013
This product was recommended by my vet for my cat. "Eddie" does not like to take any kind of medicine and finding new ways to sneak it in is always tough. But this product is awesome. He loves his food even more! and its just so easy to put on the food. Thank you..