Vetoquinol USA, Inc. recently launched Propalin, for the management of urinary incontinence in spayed dogs.
Vetoquinol USA, Inc. recently launched Propalin, for the management of urinary incontinence in spayed dogs.Propalin, available in chewable tablets or a liquid formula, is safe, effective and easy to administer, the company says.Wet spots on bedding and furnishings can test even the strongest pet-owner bond, Marketing Manager Rich Shavelson says. Propalin addresses a very real need. Significant improvement can often be seen in as little as one week. But even more importantly, Propalin may actually help to save much-loved pets from euthanasia.Propalin is indicated for the management of urinary incontinence associated with urinary sphincter mechanism incontinence (USMI), which accounts for more than 50 percent of all cases. The drug directly targets the urethral muscle, increasing its ability to retain urine without the use of hormones. As urethral muscle tone increases, bladder control improves, often in a matter of days, the company adds. Propalin has been proven safe and effective for long-term use in clinical trials and manufactured according to strict U.S. pharmaceutical standards, the company says.
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