Kidney Issues in Cats

cat kidney problems

Kidney Issues
in Cats

Just like human kidneys, your cat’s kidneys balance certain substances in the blood and filter out the body’s wastes as urine. They help control blood pressure, aid in calcium metabolism and sustain phosphorous levels. Kidneys maintain normal concentrations of salt and water in the body. Additionally, they manufacture a hormone that encourages red-blood cell production. When kidneys don’t function properly, toxins build up in the blood and a cat will become ill.

Older cats aren’t the only ones at risk. Kittens can be born with kidney diseases. Trauma and infection are also causes.

What Causes
Kidney Issues
in Cats?



Poisons are the most common cause of acute renal failure. Antifreeze, toxic plants like lilies, pesticides, cleaning fluids, and certain human medications are highly poisonous to your cat’s kidneys. Even a single tablet of ibuprofen can lead to her kidneys shutting down. Check around your house and garage for these substances and make sure your cat can’t get into them.



Cats’ kidneys begin to fail with age. Untreated, kidney disease can lead to a series of health problems. When it’s chronic, there’s no cure. But with early diagnosis and good care, you can help boost both the quality and length of your pet’s life.

How to Treat Kidney Problems
in Cats?

Your vet will do blood and pee tests. X-rays, an ultrasound, or biopsy might also be needed to make a diagnosis. If kidney disease is found, treatments can range from surgery to remove blockages to IV fluids to a special diet and medications.
With a carefully managed diet; plenty of fresh, clean water; a serene environment; and regular check-ups, you can help your cat live her best life possible.

With a carefully managed diet; plenty of fresh, clean water; a serene environment; and regular check-ups, you can help your cat live her best life possible.
Kidney Health Support

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Our cat has been taking this for over two months and we are very happy with the results.**- Nancy T


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Kidney Health Support – Kidney Treatment for Cats and Dogs


Herbal formula to promote the healthy function of the kidneys and urinary tract in dogs and cats

  • Relieves inflammation and other symptoms of kidney dysfunction
  • Promotes healthy fluid balance and blood pressure
  • Stimulates the healthy elimination of wastes through the kidneys
  • Cleanses and strengthens the urinary tract with regular use
  • Eases discomfort and pain associated with reduced kidney function
  • Provides anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial & antioxidant support for improved kidney and urinary tract health long term


  • Our Dog has been taking this for over two months and we are very happy with the results. **

    - Nancy T

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This is a good formula to support kidney health from early kidney disease to end stage kidney failure. I like this formula, the ingredients are an excellent blend of quality and research.

– Andrew Turkell, DVM, CVA, CCRT, CHT-V

Product Description

Kidney Health Support is a 100% herbal formula that contains a premium blend of kidney supportive herbs from East and West.  The herbs in Kidney Health Support are gentle enough to administer to healthy animals for maintenance and preventative purposes, and can also benefit pets suffering from kidney problems.  If kidney disease is present, it is often best to keep the attending veterinarian apprised of any herbs being used alongside conventional treatments.  Kidney Health Support offers a wide range of benefits, from cleansing the urinary tract to reducing inflammation and other symptoms of inflammation and disease in the kidneys.

The kidneys play a very important role in preserving health and vitality.  When functioning properly, the kidneys are central in helping the body to eliminate waste products, producing several important hormones, maintaining proper pH levels in the blood, regulating the balance of body fluids and sustaining overall health and vitality.  When kidney health suffers, other organs suffer as well and health tends to decline over time.

Fortunately, herbalists have discovered many herbs over the centuries that serve to protect, preserve and even improve kidney function with regular use.  Simply mixing these healing plants in the proper dosage with an animal’s food each day can provide noticeable benefits to healthy animals, as well as animals with reduced kidney function.  The important key is to administer the appropriate combination of herbs, in the correct proportions and optimal dosage for enhanced therapeutic value and long-term safety.

*These statements have not been evaluated by Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information on this page is designed for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care. Do not this information to diagnose or treat any health problems or illnesses


Buchu Leaf (Barosma Betulina) is a gentle anti-inflammatory, kidney supportive herb.  Buchu contains volatile oils such as limonene, menthone and pulegone, along with flavonoids, B vitamins, and mucilage.  Buchu was traditionally used to address inflammation and disease in the kidneys and urinary tract.

Burdock Root (Articum lappa) is a gentle, food grade herb that is used to promote healthy kidney function.  The therapeutic use of Burdock helps to regulate blood pressure and fluid balance in the body, while inhibiting protein leakage and other symptoms of kidney dysfunction.

Cleavers (Galium aparine) has long been regarded by herbalists as an excellent kidney tonic.  The gentle cleansing action of Cleavers makes it an excellent candidate for supporting the kidneys safely and without the risk of negative side effects.  Cleavers also helps to regulate blood pressure and fluid balance throughout the body.

Cornsilk (Zea mays) is consumed throughout Asia for its cooling, cleansing properties.  Cornsilk benefits the kidneys and urinary tract, and is also used to promote healthy blood pressure.  Cornsilk is believed to provide anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits.

Couch Grass (Triticum repens) has been used for thousands of years to cleanse and promote the health of the urinary tract and kidneys, especially in the case of kidney stones and other related inflammatory disorders.  In addition to supporting the kidneys, Couch Grass is believed to benefit liver health.

Dandelion Root (Taraxacum officinale) is a nutritive, cleansing and diuretic herb that is commonly found growing throughout the backyards of North America.  Dandelion is used to help the body eliminate waste and toxins through the kidneys, while inhibiting the growth of pathogenic bacteria in the urinary tract.

Goldenrod (Solidago Virgaurea) has been used extensively in Western Herbalism to help the body excrete excess fluid, while promoting healthy kidney function.  Goldenrod has also been effective in relieving inflammation and other related symptoms of kidney dysfunction.

Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) is a nutritive, kidney supportive herb that helps to regulate fluid balance in the body, making it an excellent choice for pets with weak or compromised kidney function.  Horsetail also possesses anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Hydrangea Root (Hydrangea arborescence) is typically used to normalize water-salt metabolism, while promoting healthy waste removal via the kidneys.  The cleansing properties of Hydrangea Root serve to keep the urinary organs and kidneys functioning properly with reduced occurrence of inflammation.

Plantain Leaf (Plantago major) is used to assist the body in eliminating excess uric acid and other wastes.  Regular use of Plantain Leaf is said to strengthen and improve kidney function.

Inactive ingredients are Purified Water, USP Cane Ethanol Alcohol 20%, USP Vegetable Glycerin.


Use 2-3 times daily. Drops may be administered directly into the mouth, or mixed with food.

  • Cats and dogs under 20 lbs: 2-4 drops
  • Dogs 20-50 lbs: 5-7 drops
  • Dogs over 50 lbs: 8-10 drops

Each bottle of Kidney Health Support contains 2 FL OZ (59mL), Minimum 2000 drops


  1. :

    The vet told me kidney problems are common in older cats, so I decided to give this to my three cats to help prevent problems down the line. I researched the ingredients in the formula and they seem like the perfect combination to support the kidneys. Great quality.

  2. :

    Roxy’s been doing great on this product, unlike a few others I’ve tried. I will continue to check back with the vet regularly to confirm it’s doing its job. Very pleased so far!

  3. :

    The blood work shows this is definitely helping my Ginger with her kidney numbers.

  4. :

    My poor Whiskers has dealt with kidney disease for a few years now and I’ve tried a few different approaches. Kidney Health Support has made the biggest improvements in her numbers and we’re very grateful for it. It did take a while but after a few weeks we noticed Whiskers seemed happier and healthier 🙂

  5. :

    I’ve already lost one cat to kidney issues and don’t want to lose any more. Within a few days of mixing this in with my three cats’ food, I’ve noticed good changes and I’ll continue giving the remedy until our next checkup with the vet. I’ve researched a lot of herbs that can help prevent kidney issues and this is the best option I’ve found so far.

  6. :

    Awesome stuff. I don’t understand how it works but the blood work shows great improvements. Will continue to use.

  7. :

    My stafford shire terrier is 15 years old and has kidney problems. We have been giving her this medication with 1000ml of fluids every other day and she has had a lot more energy and is eating more. Recommended to anyone who has a pet with kidney problems.

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