easy peesy tea

Easy Peesy Tea

An herbal ‘tea’ supplement to help support normal healthy functioning of the urinary tract
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Easy Peesy Tea - 2.8 oz jar

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$10.99
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for dogs and cats

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Easy Peesy Tea™ to help support the normal healthy functioning of the urinary tract, and can be used as a cat supplement or dog supplement.

We’re sorry - this product is not allowed to be sold in Idaho, New Mexico, Texas or South Dakota due to state regulations on certain herbs.

Contraindications: Easy Peesy Tea isn’t recommended for use in animals with kidney stones; animals displaying urinary discomfort should be seen by a veterinarian. It should not be used with animals who are currently taking the medicine Lasix, a furosemide. During pregnancy and nursing, Easy Peesy Tea should only be used under veterinary supervision.

Contains NO corn, wheat, soy or GMO ingredients.


Ingredients

Horsetail, cleavers, couch grass, nettle and marshmallow root

Guaranteed analysis

Protein, 10.43%
Fat, 6.97%
Fiber, 13.78%
Moisture, 9.13%

how much to feed each day

Supplments Feeding Guidelines

Adjust accordingly for larger animals. This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental use only.

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Written by Lindsey | 9/15/12

My cat would appear to have some kidney problems and while I know that he would probably benefit from expensive medications and treatments but I was wondering if maybe this might help.

Written by Jessa | 9/15/12

My dog may be having a little urinary incontinence when she sleeps or is relaxed. I refuse to put her on medications but want to try herbal approach. Would this product be good for her. Her urinary incontinece does not happen all the time.

Written by Wendi | 8/3/12

I have a young keesnond bitch that has what I would call an excitable bladder.She doesnt have trouble holding her urine but when I go to her crate to take her out she gets excited and releases her bladder sometimes just a dribble but mostly a full release.When she was a young pup when someone would come up to pet her would dribble and tnis wasnt from fear or uneasiness she has a very outgoing dominate personality.Would this tea help strengthen her bladder a little?Just trying to find something to help.And yes I have had her urine tested and everthing had normal values.

Written by B. | 6/19/12

It sounds like your cat has sterile cystitis (sterile- no infection) but it does mean that your cat is most likely stressed or isnt getting enough water in the diet. this is a great website (written by a veterinarian) all about urinary issues with cats and it talks about this type of cystitis on there. http://www.catinfo.org/?link=urinarytracthealth#Cystitis Your cat would benefit from a high moisture, high protein diet. So the honest kitchens foods would be perfect because water is added. On another note: My cat has crystals in the urine, would this product be helpful for her?

Written by Paula | 6/1/12

I have a Toy Poodle who needs to consume more water to prevent the recurrance of bladder stones. He enjoys the Ice Pups alot and I give him two of those per day. Would this product (Easy Peesy) be a good additive to his water? I also have a second dog who is diabetic, would this tea elevate blood sugar levels at all? Thanks so much

Written by Sheila | 11/19/11

Please look for a holistic vet in your area or ask your vet to do an abdominal ultrasound. When my dog started straining to urinate and had blood in his urine, we found something in his bladder, started treatment and hes doing fine 2 years later. On special herbs, supplements and THK food!

Written by Martha | 9/15/11

Lucythanks for your answer. I figured it was something like that!

Written by Tracy | 7/13/11

I have a question about this product. My cat is prone to urinary issues. She has been checked out a couple different times by our vet and there are no stones or bacteria in her or her urine. BUT she will strain in the litter box and produce only small clumps quite a few times a day, and has had blood in ther urine previously (still no infection). My vet says she has anxiety issues and that there is really nothing that can be done. My question is: in your opinion, would she benefit greaer from this product or from the Quiet Tea, or both?

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