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Derma-IonX - Urinary Tract DietMy 16 yr old cat has developed dermatitis. She's been on a urinary tract diet for over 10 years, but…

Derma-IonX - Urinary Tract Diet

My 16 yr old cat has developed dermatitis. She's been on a urinary tract diet for over 10 years, but suddenly quit eating it. We thought a grain-free diet would help, so changed over to high quality EVO (trying to keep away from the minerals which cause her crystals). She still has the bald spots and bumps.Steroids helped but for a limited period of time. Using Coconut oil on her skin seems to ease some of the itching, but she needs more. The spots keep spreading. Vet can't figure it out. Does Derma-IonX contain minerals which would prohibit my using with her special diet?

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Cat with a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)My 4 year old male cat has been diagnosed with UTI. He was put on a couple of antibiotics, I…

Cat with a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

My 4 year old male cat has been diagnosed with UTI. He was put on a couple of antibiotics, I tried UTI-free, cranberry relief, Cystaid, special UTI vet prescription diet and he is still having a hard time to urinate and sometimes it's painful. I am so upset and desperate. PLEASE help us. Thank you. -Debbie-

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Dog is diabetic, and is on Diabetes Relief FormulaMy dog has been using Diabetes Releif Formula and has responded very well. She has Cushings now and I am…

Dog is diabetic, and is on Diabetes Relief Formula

My dog has been using Diabetes Releif Formula and has responded very well. She has Cushings now and I am wondering if this formula is just as good for Cushings or should I get the anxiety medicine instead. Also she just got a severe UTI and I am wondering if the decrease in fluid intake can contribute to this?  She has high protein content in the urine. I like your product, and I just want to make sure I am using them effectivley for my dog.  She is a 9 y/o Standard Poodle who has gained 20 lbs in less than a year and has recurrent UTI's.  Before the diabetes formula she was vomiting and intermittent bouts of diarrhea.

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Dog has recurring UTI (ecoli)My 14 yr old Aussie/Beagle rescue has had recurring UTIs her whole life most likely due to an underdeveloped &…

Dog has recurring UTI (ecoli)

My 14 yr old Aussie/Beagle rescue has had recurring UTIs her whole life most likely due to an underdeveloped & tucked anatomy from an early spay by the rescue group. Its always ecoli, she is has had infections without any symptoms (just checking urine at an annual checkup and found infection - no increased urination, accidents, etc.). She gets Urinary Resources supplements daily. Someone mentioned D-Mannos specifically targets and binds ecoli to flush from the urinary tract. The stress of infection and antiobiotics along with aging and arthritis - just looking for alternatives or additional supplements that could help. Her vet did not have much info on DMannos. I don't see a UTI related supplement here. Any ideas are appreciated.

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Our dog has a yeast infection and a reoccurring UTIFirst, thank you so much for Arthro-IonX as it made Cassi whole again. Torn ACL, vet said she was not…

Our dog has a yeast infection and a reoccurring UTI

First, thank you so much for Arthro-IonX as it made Cassi whole again. Torn ACL, vet said she was not a surgical candidate due to her size (140 lb Newfoundland) and previous problems with anesthesia. Cassi could not walk but until after several weeks using your Orthro-Ionx she was up and outside! So, I now turn to you agin with recurrent yeast infections unresolved for several years and now worse than ever. Since moving to Florida, Cassi has had problems with recurrent yeast infections on paws, face, eyes, neck and ears and then developing UTI with yeast. She has been on ketoconazole for 1 month on 2 weeks off for approx 2 years until she started vomiting, not eating and listless. Vet took her off that med and started fluconozole instead, no results. Approx 3 months ago started amoxicillin with just 5 days of ketaconazole. Skin improved but problems resurfaced several weeks after antibiotics stopped. then gave her what vet called "big gun antibiotic" injection which cost $172.00 for just the injection, total office visit was close to $300, also a prescription again for amoxicillin. After several weeks resurfaced so refill of amoxicillin which again did not do anything this time. Just Monday did UA C&S and started Bactrim for UTI, again fluconazole for skin issues, and will call me in 7 days with C&S results to see if antibiotics need to be changed. I am truly sick over what Cassi is going through for several years with no results. Her problems surface in spring thru summer and are better during the winter months. She eats mostly our grass raised beef and chicken and turkey that I cook with a small amount of dog food. Vet whiched us to several dog foods that they carried but other than $80 a bag, they did not work. We keep her shaved and bath as vet prescribed once weekly with Zymox shampoo and selsun blue.Is Cassi too sick for your Derma-Ionx? I would appreciate your recommendations. Thank you.

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Preventing cat stressI have 2 ragdoll cats, sisters, both 4 years. The blue point cat, Meeka, gets a UTI approximately 2x a…

Preventing cat stress

I have 2 ragdoll cats, sisters, both 4 years. The blue point cat, Meeka, gets a UTI approximately 2x a year. I have read it's due to stress but how do I prevent it from occurring?

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Dog is having bladder control issuesMy dog is having difficulty holding his bladder. What do I need to do to help him control and not…

Dog is having bladder control issues

My dog is having difficulty holding his bladder. What do I need to do to help him control and not pee on the floor?

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