In this post we'll list all of the products shown here that Meeko used on his journey so far with Heart Murmur and Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) and where to find them.
On the first row at the far left is Complete Probiotics Powder for Cats & Dogs. This is very easy to mix into food or into a dividable 'bolus'.
Next is Tooth & Gum Wipes for Dogs, Cats, Puppies & Kittens. These wipes are nice and soft, and can be wrapped around the finger in case of any 'gnawing'.
Beside this is Colloidal Silver for Pets liquid or spray that can be added to their drinking water. (Please consult pkg. for your dog's size & weight.)
Next to that is Gold Flax Oil. This can be used in food as a supplement too, but this time we used it on Meeko's outer ear to help treat his Ear-Edge Vasculitis.
In the second row on the left is SPARK. This is a powdered overall supplement with Vitamins, Minerals, Probiotics, Prebiotics and Enzymes for Digestive Health & Vitality.
Behind this is Young at Heart, Urinary Gold for Dogs, Throat Gold, and Dandelion Root. These professionally formulated herbal supplements can be given orally by dropper or added into food.
Also in Meeko's supplement tray is Powdered Liver & Immoplex Glandular capsules which can be mixed into food or made into a bolus as well.
Next are the homeopathic remedies Nat. Mur 6x to help with edema and bloating due to water imbalance in the body, and Apis Mellifica 30x to reduce swelling.
Aside from these, there are also some of Meeko's prescription veterinary medicines in his tray, as well as some helpful aids such as a pill cutter/crusher, and a finger toothbrush.
Also pictured is an Oral Syringe to administer liquid medicines. However, as a smaller dog, Meeko did MUCH better with these slender syringes than the larger ones.)
(SEE: Pt.1, Pt.2, Pt.3, Pt.4, Pt.5, Pt.6, Pt.7, Pt.8, Pt.9, Pt.10)
(Disclaimer: This is only an account of what we did for our dog with both Veterinary and Natural Herbal remedies and protocols, and isn't meant to constitute medical or veterinary advice in any way. Please consult your veterinarian before making any changes to your dog's supplement, diet, or exercise habits.)