While taking Kratom gradually cut down on the other pain killing drugs until you are only taking Kratom. One man on this site describes quiting his alcohol addiction and maintaining with 12 grams of kratom a day. That’s approximately 6 teaspoons twice a day. I consider that a lot but he didn’t and was happy he could maintain with that dose. Your addiction might be quite severe and you may have to up the dose of Kratom quite a bit to overcome it. Be sure you do are not eating an inflammatory diet . avoid sugar, flour products, dairy (the latter at least for awhile).
The next step is to look at glucocorticoid dose. Often when a dog is first diagnosed, the vet will prescribe doses of prednisone (or other glucocorticoids) that cause side-effects such as excessive drinking and urination – often referred to by the technical term PU/PD for polyuria/polydipsia. Lowering the dose of prednisone, after your dog is properly stabilized, will often resolve this type of incontinence. If this is causing the problem for your dog, he may also be exhibiting other symptoms of too much prednisone such as excessive appetite and/or irritability.