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Tripsy For Dog Kidney Disease

Kidney Disease in DogsAs dogs age they are most likely to develop kidney issues. Their kidneys stop doing all the jobs they were...

Kidney Disease in DogsAs dogs age they are most likely to develop kidney issues. Their kidneys stop doing all the jobs they were meant to do such as filtering the blood to remove waste, saving the good salts (electrolytes), saving protein in the blood and producing factors that make red blood cells. When this happens your dog may go into kidney failure. Conventional treatment for this is fluids, medication and maybe a special diet. Beyond that…

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...

… Conventional therapy for kidney disease is fluid therapy and diet change. Holistic treatments offer more options. which are effective particularly when combined with conventional therapy. Holistic treatment of kidney disease includes acupuncture, herbal therapy, dietary therapy, holistic supplements and vitamins. With the addition of these therapies many pets live longer and happier lives. One such supplement is Tripsy from Petwllbeing. The…

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....

Keeping Your Kidney Disease Patients EatingI am frequently asked about diet recommendations for cats and dogs with kidney disease. Usually this is because these pets are not eating their regular diet. It is very important to keep these animals eating and until we address why they don’t eat, just switching the diet may not help.Here are the top reasons why dogs and cats with kidney disease do not eat.Dehydration--kidney patient can not conserve…

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

Disease in Dogs but here is a cat specific article. 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 problem so the kitty have a good quality of life. Most people do not realize that the kidney is responsible for

Bladder Stones in DogsBladder stones also known as uroliths are fairly common in dogs. They generally occur in dogs aged 4 to 6...

…with diet.Holistic options which may be more aimed at prevention, can include herbal treatments for dissolution. There are herbal formulas like Tripsy from Pet Wellbeing that can be helpful to dissolve these stones. The link for Tripsy is here: http://bit.ly/sDVgGV. Although it is labelled for kidney disease, it is actually better for crystals and stones.My next post will deal with diets and bladder stones and how you can help prevent…

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