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I am a little could this product helps pets with both diarrhea or constipation. Also, one of my cats who is 15 years old and I've been giving him Manamucil; should I still need to give him the manamucil even though I am giving him the Arthro-ionx and Promaxol? At this point, since I have 5 cats, it's hard to track the progress of my 15 years old (named KittyKat). I have been giving him the Promaxol and Arthro-ionx (add to his canned food) which I do twice a day. Am I doing this right? Should I not add all three of these products to his food (twice a day)? They are all being free feeding. All my five cats are senior cats (youngest three are almost 10 years old), the second youngest is 12 and my oldest is 15. Would it be ok to mix all three products to their food at the same time? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks, Best regards, Rolena

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November 30, 2012 at 10:46 PM



Dear Rolena,

Homeopathics help the body return to balance so that is why it can help with either diarrhea or constipation.

I would offer only a half dose of one of the products at one meal and then a half dose of another at the other meal. Usually we start out with Promaxol and when improvement is seen we switch over to Arthro-Ionx. At that time you can give a dose of Promaxol whenever it is necessary. If you can give supplements with the meals that would be helpful. I like to give digestive enzymes, probiotics, and fish oil. You should continue to give your eldest kitty Metamucil. You might be able to use less if you give the other supplements because they help regulate the bowels.

To recap you could give H20-IonX with breakfast and Promaxol with supper. Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Best regards,

Dr. Char

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
November 30, 2012 at 11:00 AM
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