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Kidney Support Gold - Maintains Healthy Kidney Function In Dogs

About Dog Kidney Disease In humans, the heart is the organ most likely to cause health problems as we age. In canines, it’s the kidneys. Kidney problems are among the top causes of illness and death in older dogs. Two common types of canine kidney problems are: * Chronic renal (kidney) failure * Kidney stones Renal (kidney) failure, as its name implies, is when the kidney fails to filter impurities out of the blood and concentrate the…

$39.95

Lung Gold for dog lung infections and easy breathing

…with exercise and/or wheezing. Conditions in the lower respiratory tract can be caused by: * infections (viral, bacterial or fungal) * allergies (environmental, such as to cigarette smoke) * parasites (heartworms, lung worms) Regardless of the cause, there is compromised ventilation and there is inadequate gas exchange in the alveoli of the lungs. Alveoli are hollow sacs at the base of the lungs where carbon dioxide is released for exhalation…

$45.95

Milk Thistle for Cat Liver Disease

…anti-oxidants, silymarins are even more effective than Vitamin E. Milk Thistle is useful health support when being treated with things like: * Antibiotics * Corticosteroids * Chemotherapy agents * Conventional heartworm medication Milk Thistle is a natural, herbal supplement that is gentle enough for long-term use. What is Liver Disease? There are many different types of liver disease and they should be diagnosed by a veterinarian . Liver disease…

$36.95

GI CleanUp Gold for Dog Worms

…hookworm. Puppies are especially likely to get worms, as they can pick them up through their mother’s placenta or from her breast milk. Dogs can also get worms from eating small rodents which have worms, or from eating contaminated feces. Dogs can pick up hookworm through the skin. A veterinarian can tell whether a canine has worms by examining the dog’s feces. Symptoms of Canine Worms * Your dog loses weight or cannot gain weight *…

$41.95

GI CleanUp Gold for Cat Worms

…parasites, or worms, which can make a home inside your cat’s body. These include roundworms, hookworms, tapeworms, and whip worms, of which roundworm is the most common in felines. Young kittens are most susceptible to cat roundworms as they can be transferred to the kitten from its mother through the placenta or breast milk. Cats can also acquire worms from another small animal, such as a rodent, which has worms. Worms can be diagnosed…

$41.95

Detox Gold for Dogs

…products we use in our homes. Systems and organs of elimination include the liver, the GI tract, the lymph, lungs, the skin and the kidneys. Normal, everyday exposure to toxins in our environments, food chemicals, and medications are all materials that are processed by and need to be eliminated by the body. In addition, some dogs' habit of eating garbage or drinking from road puddles compounds the toxic load. One organ of detoxification that…

$37.95

Detox Gold for Cats

…products we use in our homes. Systems and organs of elimination include the liver, the GI tract, the lymph, lungs, the skin and the kidneys. Normal, everyday exposure to toxins in our environments, food chemicals, and medications are all materials that are processed by and need to be eliminated by the body. In addition, some cats' habit of scavenging or drinking from road puddles compounds the toxic load. One organ of detoxification that isn't…

$37.95

Milk Thistle for Dog Liver Disease

…provides useful health support when your canine is being treated with things like: * Anti-inflammatories: NSAIDS and Steroids * Chemotherapy agents * Bile acid * Immunosuppressants * Seizure medication * Sulfa antibiotics * Daily heartworm medications Milk Thistle is gentle enough for long-term use. Healthy Nutrition Tip for Your Dog's Liver Processed foods stress your dog’s liver as it attempts to detoxify the preservatives and other…

$36.95

Lung Gold for cat lung infections and easy breathing

…with exercise and/or wheezing. Conditions in the lower respiratory tract can be caused by: * infections (viral, bacterial or fungal) * allergies (environmental, such as to cigarette smoke) * parasites (heartworms, lung worms) Regardless of the cause, there is compromised ventilation and there is inadequate gas exchange in the alveoli of the lungs. Alveoli are hollow sacs at the base of the lungs where carbon dioxide is released for exhalation…

$45.95
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