Apple Cider Vinegar is an excellent home treatment for bladder infections (UTI’s) in dogs. Pet owners have happily found relief for their pets within a matter of hours of administering the first dose!
How Much Apple Cider Vinegar Do I Give My Dog for a UTI?
The following are approximate amounts of apple cider vinegar to give a dog with a bladder infection. Usually the dose is given twice a day, though occasionally our readers give the dose 4 times a day, depending upon each individual situation.
- 1 teaspoon for small dogs
- 1 tablespoon for medium dogs
- 2 tablespoons for large dogs
How Do I Get My Dog to Take Apple Cider Vinegar to Cure his UTI?
Our readers have used a variety of ways to to get their dogs to take apple cider vinegar.
- mix it with equal parts plain Greek yogurt (which helps with healing, too!)
- mix it with equal parts peanut butter and honey
- used apple cider vinegar capsules and hide them in peanut butter
Some pet owners give some apple cider vinegar daily to their pets for maintenance. This also can help with fleas and allergies as well!
Topical Application of ACV for Bladder Infections in Dogs
Another effective method for bladder infections is to apply diluted Apple Cider Vinegar to the scruff of the neck or to the paws.
Watch Earth Clinic’s video demonstrating two effective methods to apply apple cider vinegar topically. We’ll also show you how to make an apple cider vinegar solution.
Read on to see how our readers have used apple cider vinegar to help their four legged friends with bladder infections. Please let us know if you have tried this natural remedy for your pet!