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Dog Cancer Diets

…manner • Vitamins A, B complex, C, E and K • Calcium, Magnesium, Selenium and Sodium supplements • Wheat sprout, Barley and Alfalfa GrassConclusion The goals of a cancer diet for dogs are to boost the immune system, encourage proper bodily functions and keep them at a healthy weight while they fight the disease. Many times this process will be complicated by the type and location of the cancer. For example, a dog with mouth cancer may find eating…

Cat Cancer Diets

…expelling manner •Vitamins: A, B complex, C, E and K •Calcium, Magnesium, Selenium and Sodium supplements •Wheat sprout, Barley and Alfalfa GrassConclusion The goal of a cancer diet for cats is to boost the immune system, encourage proper bodily functions and keep them at a healthy weight while they fight the disease. Many times this process will be complicated by the type and location of the cancer. For example, a cat with mouth cancer may find…

Cat Vitamins

…two categories -- water-soluble vitamins and fat-soluble vitamins. Vitamins A, D, E, and K make up the fat-soluble category while vitamin C, the B vitamins, and others belong to the water-soluble category. Receiving sufficient amounts of each type of vitamin is vital to maintaining good health, as these nutritional components are necessary for proper physiological function. For example, water-soluble vitamins play a role in forming coenzymes,…

Cat Hematuria

…Treatment for hematuria will depend on the diagnosis. Your veterinarian will advise you as to the best course of treatment for your cat. • Bacterial infections will require the use of antibiotics • For kidney stones you vet will undoubtedly prescribe a profound dietary change • In the event of , intravenous fluids will be administered • If your cat has consumed rat poison, your veterinarian will administer vitamin K. Vitamin K will increase…

Dog Hematuria

…Treatment for hematuria will depend on the diagnosis. Your veterinarian will advise you as to the best course of treatment for your dog. • Bacterial infections will require the use of antibiotics • For kidney stones you vet will undoubtedly prescribe a profound dietary change • In the event of , intravenous fluids will be administered • If your dog has consumed rat poison, your veterinarian will administer vitamin K. Vitamin K will increase…

Dog Liver Disease

…Dietary changes can include adjusting the amounts of proteins, vitamins, carbohydrates, fats, and minerals that a dog ingests. This will then ensure that the canine patient is receiving the nutrition it needs and will also help to decrease the stress and workload of the liver. Furthermore, vitamin K can be helpful with respect to controlling bleeding disorders while vitamin E, as an antioxidant, helps to remove free radicals and to prevent…

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