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Does any of your tonix's support healthy liver function in dogs? I am already using arthroionx for my dogs artritis. My dog is 14 years old. Can you tell me of anything to reduce his liver values naturally?

Thank you for your assistance Bruce Wright e-mail:bwright39@carolina.rr.com

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November 26, 2016 at 5:19 PM

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DIA-IONX helps support the liver. If you plan to use both homeopathics I would give a half dose of ARTHRO-IONX on the breakfast food and a half dose of DIA-IONX on the supper food. In addition to giving DIA-IONX I would use PROBIOTICS to help improve digestion so that there is less waste for the liver to detoxify. I would also give OMEGA 3,6,9 to reduce inflammation in the body. Giving purified water would be better than chlorinated water. Chlorine harms the intestinal flora. What kind of food and treats do you give your dog?

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
November 28, 2016 at 12:00 AM

Response-Customer: He was eating castor pollux natural ultra mix with 2 teaspoons of grain free can food from scientific diet. I added the can dog food because I thought he was not getting enough to eat because of his mouth condition. He was doing good on these for awhile but he got sick and stopped eating. I am struggling to find a dog food he will eat now. What type of food do you recommend I feed him. He do has lost a few teeth. I want to get him on a food that he will eat but also help his condition if possible. Those omegas you recommended, how to do I get them and how to give them?

Reply-Dr. Wilson: According to Chinese food therapy feeding a cooling diet might help with the inflammation in the liver. Cooling foods are fish and turkey. I would feed a grain free diet that uses one of these proteins. Please check the label to make sure that the food does not contain any ingredients that your dog is allergic to. Vetionx sells Omega 3,6,9 . It is easy to give; you can hide it in a treat or in some food.

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
November 29, 2016 at 12:00 AM
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