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I have a 14 year old cairn who has been to the vet several times in the last few months (before that, he was seldom there). He had an ear infection (now cured) and then an eye infection, for which he has had 2 injections (he won't let us put drops in his eyes). When last there, the vet recommended omega efa, which I purchased from him. Mason has never been a huge water drinker but in the last week, he can't seem to get enough - - and he has urinated all over his bed while sleeping twice. We had guests who had a dog (which upset him) and they have now left. I am hoping this was just anxiety, have discontinued the Omega - the only other "change" and am hoping that within a few days I should know if these things resolve. Is that reasonable? I hate to start blood tests and other medications; can't really afford to do that. His sister, a year older, (not biological) became incontinent 1.5 years ago and was finally put to sleep. Is this unusual for this breed? Thank you for any information you can provide.

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January 21, 2015 at 6:22 AM



Dear Jan,

I use DIA-IONX to address the symptoms of excessive thirst and urination such as with the symptoms of diabetes or kidney disease. It contains homeopathic remedies that support the kidneys. In addition I give PROBIOTICS and OMEGA 3,6,9 to improve digestion and reduce inflammation. This lessens the stress on the kidneys.

I would advise you to bring a clean urine sample to your veterinarian so it can be checked for diabetes or infection. The stress of having visitors sometimes causes pets to become ill. It is easier to deal with the problem sooner rather than later. If you can let us know the diagnosis we can offer you more holistic options.

Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Best regards,

Dr. Char

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
January 22, 2015 at 8:22 AM
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