Can dogs take human cranberry pills?

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While most vets consider cranberry supplements safe for dogs, and some may even recommend their use, there is no widely accepted recommended dosage.

However, one vet recommends administering 0.5 milliliters of cranberry juice per pound of body weight or 10 milligrams of extract per pound of body weight, each day.

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Just like humans, dogs can contract urinary tract infections.

Cranberry is a natural cleanser for dogs with urinary problems, but should be consumed in the form of a healthy dog treat, food or supplement containing Cranberry, or in the form of Cranberry juice meant for human consumption.

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A 3,000 mg capsule is equivalent to 24 ounces of cranberry juice.

Give small dogs 1/8 of a 3,000 mg capsule.

Give medium sized dogs 1/4 of a capsule, give large dogs 1/2 a capsule, and give giant breed dogs a full capsule.

Administer this dose up to three times a day until symptoms have gone.

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If your dog consumes too much cranberry, it may cause an upset stomach and diarrhea.

Instead of cranberry juice, the easiest and quickest way to administer cranberry is to give your dog tablets.

A 3,000 mg capsule is equivalent to 24 ounces of cranberry juice.

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Do not give human supplements to dogs, as they may contain ingredients that are harmful to dogs. In general, the best options will be available through your veterinarian.
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Just like humans, dogs can contract urinary tract infections.

Cranberry is a natural cleanser for dogs with urinary problems, but should be consumed in the form of a healthy dog treat, food or supplement containing Cranberry, or in the form of Cranberry juice meant for human consumption.

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And, just like humans, including cranberries in their diet helps cure or prevent a UTI.

Cranberry is a natural cleanser for dogs with urinary problems, but should be consumed in the form of a healthy dog treat, food or supplement containing Cranberry, or in the form of Cranberry juice meant for human consumption.

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If your dog consumes too much cranberry, it may cause an upset stomach and diarrhea.

Instead of cranberry juice, the easiest and quickest way to administer cranberry is to give your dog tablets.

A 3,000 mg capsule is equivalent to 24 ounces of cranberry juice.

give small dogs 1/8 of a 3,000 mg capsule.

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