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Pets Better Bladder Control

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Pets Better Bladder Control

Support for bladder weakness & pet incontinence The bladder is a stretchy pouch made up of muscle tissue and is located in the lower abdomen. It is like a balloon that stores urine. The animal bladder serves the function of keeping the waste liquid in one place until it can be excreted – without letting it be re-absorbed into the body. When your pet’s bladder is full, his or her body sends a message to the brain, triggering a sequence of events. The urethra has a sphincter muscle that then relaxes, thus opening the bladder. The bladder then contracts, expelling...

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