Supporting Canine and Feline Urinary Health.

Use for dogs and cats with urinary tract infection (UTI) caused by Escherichia Coli and other bacteria associated with it (Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Proteus, Klebsiella spp.).


60 g powder (30 doses)

Measuring spoon (heaped measuring spoon contains 2g of VETAMANOZA powder)


D-Mannose powder

D-Mannose is a natural occuring simple sugar that appears to be a safe, practical alternative for the treatment for UTI’s caused by E. coli and other bacteria associated with it (Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Proteus, Klebsiella spp.). D-Mannose is absorbed eight times slower than Glucose, and when ingested, is not converted to Glycogen or stored in the liver, but rather goes directly to to the blood stream. Hence, D-Mannose is mostly filtered trouhg the kidneys and routed to the bladder. The bladder lining is comprised of polysachharide molecules. Finger-like projections on the cell surface of E. coli bacteria adhere to these molecules, initiating an infection. In the presence of D-Mannose, preferentially attach to D-Manose molecules forming a complex which is expelled with next voiding.


D-Mannose removes ”bad” bacteria by attachment and voiding.

*Abstracted and Edited from a Repot Submitted to Progressive Laboratories by Michael Blue, M.D., Urologist (Norman, OK)


Anti-caking agent up to 1%


Acute infection: 1 measuring spoon daily, for 5 days (as shown in figure below)


Maintenance: 1/2 measuring spoon daily, for 20 days (as shown in figure below)


Or as advised by your veterinary surgeon.

D-Mannose is a treatment that you can only give to a cat who is still urinating.

Directions for Use:

Make sure your patients or pets always have lots of clean water awailable to them at all times.

Prescribed VETAMANOZA powder doses should be mixed and administrated with water.


Store at temperatures up to 25 ° C.

Keep out of reach of children.

For animal use only.

Shelf life: Indicated on the packaging.

Manufactured by: Veterinarstvo doo, Milana Predića 20, 11000 Belgrade Serbia