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Dr. Wilson: I have been giving my 9 year old Blue Point Siamese the Dia-IonX for about 2 years and masked it in cooked salmon, or cooked hamburger, or cooked ground turkey. He will not eat wet cat food and is very picky. He eats dry cat food that is prescribed by our vet higher in protein than most. He recently decided he is not going to eat the salmon, turkey or hamburger or tuna or canned chicken where I can hide the drops. He will not drink the water if the drops are there either. I am also giving him some methyl b12 ground up in water. (Cherry flavored) go figure and he will drink that. The Dia-IonX has helped a lot in the strength of his back end and I hate to have to stop giving it to him. Do you have any suggestions on another way I can get it down him. Holding him down and pouring it down his throat is not an option even if we got a way with it once. I do inject 3 units of insulin twice a day. He has been diabetic since age 4. He currently seems happy and strong at this point but it has only been 2 days without drops. Thanks for any suggestions. A product like this that can be injected would work for me but I understand there isn't such a thing -Michele-

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January 25, 2013 at 2:35 PM

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Dear Michele,

You might try adding 10 drops of Dia-IonX in the B12 water and see if he notices. You might also look at a pet store for a special canned cat milk. It might be something you can disguise it in. You shouldn't use much because it would contain carbohydrates. Does your cat like yogurt or turkey broth?

Please let us know what your cat likes best.

Best regards,

Dr. char

www.vetionx.com

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
January 26, 2013 at 10:24 AM
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