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I've been reading the cautions about using metal bowls when serving Arthro-ionex & Promaxol. My question is: My dog is 13 plus yrs old and has severe degenerative arthritis in his left hip due to extensive injury before I got him. He has metal plates & screws running the full length of the left leg bone that were inplanted when was younger (probably from a car hit, but dont know for sure). When I've given him prescription anti-inflamatory drugs (pervicox); I've noticed reaction that includes ulcers emerging on the bad leg - I attribute it to some sort of reaction between the pervicox and the metal in his leg because when I stop giving pervicox, the ulcers go away. Of course, then he suffers from pain. Will your products have reaction with the metal in his leg? Do you think it would give him relief from the crippling pain he experiences?

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February 13, 2014 at 2:13 PM

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Dear Kelvin,

I would not expect a negative reaction. You could start with small dose, 5 drops twice daily and gradually increase to the label dose. The reason we ask you to not contact the product with metal bowls or measuring spoons is that it has a charge added that would be dissipated when it contacts metal. I think the homeopathics should help your dog be more comfortable. Please keep us updated so we can give you the best results.

What type of food and supplements do you give?

Best regards,

Dr. Char www.vetionx.com

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
February 14, 2014 at 7:57 AM
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