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I have a 12 yearr old, neutered cat who was diagnosed with IBD in 12/14. It was determined to be a chicken allergy. I switched him to Nature's Variety Instinct - he only liked the beef. Now he is straching so much that he is creating sores on his face. Thinking he now is allergic to beef, last week my vet put him on a Limited Ingredient Diet - Natural Balance Duck and Pea. Can Derma-ionx be safely used internally in conjunction with a limited, allergy diet? Can I use Derma-IonX externally on open sores? He has been through so much since the end of November. He is miserable and I am stressed out with worry. I saw your product online and read all of the reviews. I received an email from Victoria but I would like a Vet's opinion because my vet said to give him nothing but the limited diet & water. I do not want to make matters worse. I have ordered 2 bottles, with the understanding that my first order has a 60-guarantee and that it takes time for Derma-IonX to work. I look forward to hearing from you. I appreciate your help and interest in my Tobey. Thank you, Michelle

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July 12, 2015 at 3:23 PM

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Dear Michelle,

You can give DERMA-IONX along with the Limited diet. I would split the dose and give 10 drops on the breakfast food and 10 drops with supper. Just to be extra cautious gradually work up to the dose. On the first day try giving 1 drop twice daily. On day two give 2 drops twice daily. On day three give 3 drops twice daily. Continue until you reach 10 drops twice daily.

Please keep us updated so we can help guide you.

Best regards,

Dr. Char www.vetionx.com

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
July 13, 2015 at 9:42 AM
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