Has your house-trained dog forgotten where to pee?

Make your dog feel like a superhero!

Why Mila is a PROIN®(phenylpropanolamine hydrochloride) fan

Mila’s owner, Sara, knew that her well-behaved dog was not peeing in the house on purpose. So instead of getting frustrated, Sara visited her veterinarian, who prescribed PROIN Chewable Tablets to control Mila's urinary incontinence.

Your dog is as upset about bladder leakage as you are.

When your dog urinates in inappropriate places, your first thought may be to wonder what happened to her housetraining. But often, the cause of misplaced pee is urinary incontinence that results from urethral sphincter hypotonus — a treatable condition.

PROIN ER™ (phenylpropanolamine hydrochloride extended-release tablets) and PROIN® (phenylpropanolamine hydrochloride) can help.

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Does your dog leak?

One in five dogs is affected by urinary incontinence due to urethral sphincter hypotonus, a condition in which the urethral muscle is weak and unable to control urine leaks. In fact, your dog may be unaware that she’s leaking urine.

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Learn how to manage urinary incontinence

If your dog is leaking urine, chances are that she can’t control it. Fortunately, the medical issue that causes misplaced pee is treatable, thanks to PROIN ER and PROIN.

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