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Dogs With Diabetes

Blood Sugar Gold - Dog/Canine Diabetes Support

What is Canine Diabetes mellitus? Diabetes results when a dog's pancreas fails to produce enough insulin. Sugars build up in the bloodstream rather than enter the body’s tissues where they would otherwise provide energy. (This is why diabetic dogs are often lethargic.) Excess sugar in a dog's bloodstream can lead to several other conditions, including heart, liver and kidney disease, increased infections, slow healing, cataracts,…

$38.95

Ear Clean Gold for Dogs

…It is common for many dogs to experience discomfort in the ears and some canine breeds are certainly more prone to this. Ear scratching, head shaking, redness and swelling are all indications that your dog's ears are uncomfortable and require attention. Dogs with floppy or hairy ears are more likely to require regular ear cleaning, as are dogs that swim. Ear mites in dogs are most commonly passed on during contact with cats, while indoors or…

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Ear Care Gold Dog Ear Infections

…a home treatment for your dog's ears. The ingredients in Ear Care Gold provide an inhospitable environment to yeast, bacteria and fungi, yet are gentle and soothing to the ears. This product will help to leave the skin inside the ear normal and healthy. Designed by our holistic veterinarians, Ear Care Gold is an infused herbal oil, made with potent herbs for dealing with common ear discomfort experienced by many dogs. The base of this product…

$37.95

Adrenal Harmony Gold for Dog Cushings

…"Directions" tab has more details. Can my dog take Adrenal Harmony Gold with medications? Do not give Adrenal Harmony Gold if your pet is taking blood-thinners. A veterinarian who has performed a complete medical check of your dog can help to establish safety of medications taken with other products or specific diets. Does it come with a guarantee? Yes! Adrenal Harmony Gold comes with a 90-day, money-back guarantee. Why choose Adrenal…

$43.95

Ear Clean Gold for Cats

…If there is evidence of chronic infections or discomfort in the ears, it is important to seek a consultation with your veterinarian. Recurrent ear problems may be a sign of underlying allergies, hypothyroidism, autoimmune disease, diabetes or other causes. When cleaning the ears of your feline, be sure to never probe inside the ears with a Q-Tip or simular long instrument. This can lodge debris and discharge further into the ear canal or even…

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