WHY BioRen Kidney Health?
We’ve formulated a natural solution for pet owners to holistically support kidney health at all life stages. BioRen supplements a prescription diet, and/or can be used early to promote a healthy kidney, bladder, and urinary tract.
HOW BIOREN WORKS
BioRen Kidney Health supports the renal system of both dogs and cats. Using the animal’s physiology, BioRen detoxifies and cleanses while promoting a healthy urinary environment that is unfavorable for crystal and stone formation. Made with ingredients you trust, such as Mannose, Prebiotic & Postbiotic, Resveratrol and L-Carnitine, BioRen supports the immune system, a healthy inflammatory response, and muscle development.
THE SECRET SAUCE
BioRen is an evidence-based blend of 100% active top-quality ingredients high in B vitamins, and low in phosphorus and potassium to address common bladder and kidney issues. This product comes in an easy-to-use powder format formulated to provide results in just 1 container’s use. It is suitable for both dogs & cats at any life stage.
WHY PET SUPPLEMENTS?
Pets do not have thumbs, wallets, or control over what nutrition is put in their bodies, so as pet parents it is our responsibility to make sure our furry companions get what they need for a healthy full life!
Pet supplementation has become more and more popular for this reason. Join pet lovers from all over the world in finding effective ways to keep their pets happy and healthy! That’s where we come in. All of InClover’s supplements are evidence based and may be used together to bring optimal health to our animals and peace of mind to us.
Stay informed and alert to the signs pointing to kidney issues. If you notice any of the following, contact your veterinarian.
Signs of Kidney Disease:
- Increased thirst
- Increased urination
- Loss of appetite
- Weight loss (especially with CKD)
Causes of Kidney Disease
- Aging: Chronic kidney disease is most common in aging dogs & cats. Symptoms tend to gradually arise.
- Exposure to Toxins: Acute renal failure is most commonly caused by exposure to toxins. Typical sources include antifreeze or rat poison.
- Infection: Infections of the kidney can also lead to acute renal failure. Severe urinary tract infections left untreated may develop into kidney infections.
- Decreased blood flow or oxygen: If there is decreased blood flow or oxygen to the kidneys then acute renal failure may occur. Examples could include trauma, severe dehydration, or heatstroke.