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Tripsy For Cats

New Herbal for Kidney Disease in Cats ( and Dogs)One of the most common questions I receive from cat owners is about chronic renal...

New Herbal for Kidney Disease in Cats ( and Dogs)One of the most common questions I receive from cat owners is about chronic renal failure or chronic kidney disease. Chronic kidney failure is extremely common in older cats. In most cases when the pet starts to show signs of kidney disease, the cause of the problem may be long gone but the damage to the kidney has been done. When we treat this disease we do not expect cure it but to manage the…

Keeping Your Kidney Disease Patients EatingI am frequently asked about diet recommendations for cats and dogs with kidney disease....

…as infections. Kidney herbs such as Pet Wellbeing’s Tripsy ( Link is here: http://bit.ly/vesogU ) can be useful for some cases of kidney disease. Appetite stimulants such as Mirtazipine ( a pharmaceutical) or Four Gentlemen ( a Chinese Herb) can be life savers for anorexic pets. Often B vitamins given by injection or orally are helpful to stimulate appetite. Acupuncture can be used for this as well.If your pet is not eating because of kidney…

Kidney Disease in CatsA few months ago I wrote about Kidney Disease in Dogs but here is a cat specific article. Chronic kidney...

…like Tripsy (link is here http://bit.ly/vesogU) can be a life saver for these pets. Chinese herbs like Rehmannia have been used for thousands of years for kidney problems in humans. Other Chinese herbs can be used to stimulate appetite. Holistic medications like Renal Advance Powder binds the toxins in the gut and can help the cat to excrete them. Don’t give up on your cat yet--I have seen a large number of these renal failure cats return…

Urinary Tract Problems in CatsUrinary tract infections or bladder problems are the number one reason cats are taken to the...

…the cat cannot empty his bladder. If the obstruction is not relieved, the cat could die, so do not fool around with this condition. Seek immediate veterinary attention. Not all cats with urinary problems have stones, crystals or infections. In fact the majority of these cats do not have true infections, but tend to be treated with antibiotics anyway by most conventional veterinarians. Holistic veterinarians have different treatments for these…

Kidney problems are among the top causes of illness and death in older cats. Tripsy for cat kidney disease is a very effective,...

Kidney problems are among the top causes of illness and death in older cats. Tripsy for cat kidney disease is a very effective, all natural, herbal formula that contains a powerful combination of herbal extracts that are proven to:Promote healthy kidney functioning Fight kidney infections Improve urinary flow Reduce the pain and discomfort of kidney stones

Urinary Tract Problems in CatsUrinary tract infections or bladder problems are the number one reason cats are taken to the...

…the cat cannot empty his bladder. If the obstruction is not relieved, the cat could die, so do not fool around with this condition. Seek immediate veterinary attention. Not all cats with urinary problems have stones, crystals or infections. In fact the majority of these cats do not have true infections, but tend to be treated with antibiotics anyway by most conventional veterinarians. Holistic veterinarians have different treatments for these…

NEW Urinary Gold for Canine Urinary Tract HealthPet Wellbeing has a new product for Urinary Tract infections for Dogs and there is...

for Urinary Tract infections for Dogs and there is also one for cats. The new Urinary Gold (link is here: http://bit.ly/RXEDb0) is similar to the Tripsy formula but is specific for bladder issues such as infections and crystals. It has been formulated by a holistic veterinarian and herbalist using the latest knowledge in herbal formulations.I recently wrote a post about Bladder Problems in Cats. The cat version of this formula would be good for

Kidney disease is very common in dogs and cats. As our pets age their kidneys stop doing all the jobs they were meant to do such...

…actually not a good thing. This may be a sign of kidney disease.Dogs and cats do not show signs of kidney disease until approximately three quarters of their kidneys are damaged. Signs that are often noted are increased drinking and urination, weight loss, decreased appetite, and possibly vomiting. Diagnosis is made based on urine and blood tests. Conventional therapy for kidney disease is fluid therapy and diet change. Holistic treatments…

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