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After doing research on your website a couple months ago, I surmised that the "shaking" our dog was experiencing intermittently was possibly tremors. So I switched from ArthroIonx to Promaxol and for a while the "shaking" seemed to be gone but now it's back and seem to be more intense being caused by sounds and sudden movement. He is approximately 80lbs potentially around 12yo (not exactly sure) and is a Finish Spitz mix of some sort. We do not allow people food and feed him Blue Buffalo salmon and sweet potato blend (senior food made him sick), usually a treat is ice cubes, he currently gets a tsp of Promaxol on his food in the AM along with approximately 10-12 drops of Graviola (we had a liver cancer issue, but intend to stop this once the bottle is gone; however we have noticed it improves his mood/energy), and 6 tablets of NuJoint Plus (NuVet Labs) because he has noticeable swelling in his right foot/ankle and he has a hard time with his hips. We know that he won't be with us forever, but I do feel it is my duty to ensure he has a comfortable/enjoyable life, so I'm wondering what course of action will possibly help. He usually needs to sit down after one of these "shaking" episodes. Can't tell if it hurts him, but he does get a strange look in his eyes. I appreciate your guidance greatly.

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August 24, 2015 at 9:58 AM



Dear Becky,

The shaking may be due to liver issues. I would try some DIA-IONX to help support the liver. I also like to give PROBIOTICS and OMEGA 3,6,9 to support the body. These three can be obtained from Vetionx. In addition a choline /Bvitamin product called Geri-Form can aid the nerves. This might be available from your veterinarian.

Best regards,

Dr. Char

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
August 25, 2015 at 10:03 AM
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