Propalin syrup is a licensed veterinary treatment for urinary
incontinence in the bitch. It is usually highly successful and the side
effects are rare.
In addition, your veterinary surgeon may suggest further measures
to help treatment, such as taking your dog out to urinate last thing
at night or before being left alone. A weight-loss programme may be
suggested if your pet is overweight.
Once your pet is stabilised, you may find you can gradually
decrease the dose that is effective. However, it is rare to be able to
stop treatment completely. Your veterinary surgeon will advise you
on the dosage that will suit your dog and answer any questions you
may have. As Propalin is a prescription only medicine you will
probably need to bring your dog to the surgery for regular check-ups.
Propalin is a palatable syrup and can be easily mixed with your
dog’s food. For convenience, it is available in two pack sizes.
Although it is recommended that you keep Propalin in a dry place
at a temperature not exceeding 25˚C, it should not be stored in a
refrigerator. As with all medicines, please keep out of reach of
children and follow your veterinary surgeon’s advice carefully