TRV - Dog Vomit/Occasional Diarrhea Remedy - 3 Part Program
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Treatment Resistant Vomiting Protocol for Dogs and Puppies is based on five years of research and experimentation to find the most effective and most gentle ingredients to resolve Dog vomiting and or occasional diarrhea. Also a priority was ingredients that a finicky Dog would eat.
Along the way, we received invaluable feedback from customers whose Dogs and Puppies were suffering from
all types of vomiting: bloody, white with foam, green vomit, yellow, vomit with bile, and clear vomit.
TRV Protocol is a targeted collection of safe and natural products to address all of the known underlying factors in Dog vomiting and or occasional diarrhea, which includes IBS, Colitis, and gastrointestinal distress of all kinds.
The key to success was realizing that no one ingredient or product could be as effective as a protocol. Our comprehensive protocol was developed to provide a multi-pronged solution to treatment-resistant vomiting problems.
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Complete directions are included with the package.
Using Vitality Science products is easy. We listen to Dogs. We know what they like and so we use all Dog-friendly flavors. Most Dogs will eat the products.
Administration is simple. The Treatment-Resistant Dog Vomiting (or diarrhea and vomiting) Protocol contains three products. The products are best given in two feedings.
(1) Combine the Feline Comfort with the Luxolite and mix into wet food.
Or, add a little chicken broth and mix into dry food.
(2) In a separate feeding, administer the GI Distress. This can also be put on food. Most Dogs will eat it as the predominant flavor is licorice and they like that taste.
Since a few Dogs are very finicky, we also supply an oral syringe.
Do I need all these products?
Enzymes, Probiotics, Bentonite Clay and Herbal Extract may all be necessary for sucess, and often are crucial for success. Yet Enzymes and Probiotics must be shipped dry, while Clay and Herbal Extracts has to be shipped wet. They can be mixed before consumption. Also, it leave room for experimentation, you may only need one or two. Since there was no way for us to tell in advance which of these three products or which combination of these products would work for any particular Dog, we included them all at a discounted price, added in FREE SHIPPING!
Safe & Beneficial
Regardless of how many products you use initially, all the products are safe, gentle, and beneficial for all Dogs regardless of age or condition. The three products are especially useful for any kind of GI upset.
Will my Dog eat it?
All flavors are neutral. Only the natural tuna or liver taste comes through. (No tuna protein. Only the natural flavor.) Many Dogs will eat the mixture in their food.
If your Dog will not eat the mixture, you will have to administer with an oral syringe, which we supply.
Pet Flora Our flagship product. Pet Flora is a proprietary formulation of Soil Based Organisms that succeeds when all other probiotics fail.
Arabinogalactan is a long chain polysaccharide obtained from Larch trees. Arabinogalactan is a water soluble fiber that also enhances immune competence. For this reason, it is a desirable ingredient in any GI formulation.
Super Pet Enzymes are a broad spectrum enzyme formulation that will digest the complete range of food items. Additionally, we add generous amounts of bromelain and serrapeptase, two proteases that have an exceptional ability to reduce inflammation.
L-Glutamine, the peptide-bound form, is the most easily assimilated form of L-Glutamine. This form is absorbed up to 20 times better than free form amino acids. L-Glutamine is the supplement of choice for more chronic conditions of the GI tract, such as IBD, Crohn's disease and various forms of colitis, as well as for AIDS and cancer patients, where the GI integrity has been compromised.
Slippery Elm is an herbal preparation made from the slippery inner bark of a type of elm tree. Slippery elm has long been used in North America for medicinal purposes. Slippery elm is soothing to the digestive system. It is good for both diarrhea and constipation, as it softens and adds smooth bulk to the stool. Slippery elm also calms irritation as it gently coats the lining of the intestinal system.
Psyllium Seed Powder is a mucilaginous herb that soothes the intestinal contents. The indigestible mucilage (active principle) is found both in the whole seed and the husk and swells when it comes in contact with water. Psyllium is used for chronic yeast infections. It is employed to prevent the systemic absorption of the yeast's metabolic wastes that many individuals are sensitive to.
Tuna Flavor is natural and hypoallergenic.The flavor is extracted from tuna, but contains almost no tuna protein.
Beef Liver Powder is from Argentinian natural grass fed cows. This powder is the highest quality human grade available. These cows have never been on feed lots and freely roam the Pampas.
We formulate our own products. All our ingredients are purchased from United States sources. We maintain a C of A (CertifiDoge of Authenticity) for all ingredients. Vitality Science does not use any additives or any substances other than what is on the label. That is, we use no excipients, flowing agents, coloring agents, stabilizers, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate, or unnatural substances of any kind.
"So day 2 and no vomiting, or any problems. He is to be at least 10lbs by Thursday if all goes well. What are the measurements for that weight. The pain drops at night have really helped. I mix 10 drops in 1 tablespoon of cool water and I use the plastic syringe. He was out playing today in the backyard with the crickets, I almost cried, he feels so much better. His food in take has also improved. Thank you again for your product."
Mary Ann Hartman
West Hills, CA
"Many thanks, once again, for your excellent products. My adopted 10-year-old Abyssinian's
health has turned around completely, since employing (most of) the diarreah-resistant protocol: the vomiting has stopped completely
(except to rid herself of hairballs), her stools are vastly improved, she's less nervous, more affectionate, and has more energy ... yeah!!"
"My Dog Dakota is a 1-2 years old neutered rescue Dog; alternating between diarrhea and loose stools (cow pie consistency). I originally ordered your complete protocol for Dogs. He was still having no firm stools after the first week on the program.
He is the Dog which was diagnosed with tritrich and we gave him the ronidazole pills; and he lived to tell the story.
You had me change him to 10 drops (2 x daily) of the herbal anti-inflammatory and 4 drops of the soothing solution (2 x daily). I had dropped the feline comfort (was not making it worse, but was not helping either) and the probiotic did not work (had already tried one through his vet). I also had him on 2 capsules of lithothamnium and a total of 3 tsp. of luxolite, in ½ tsp. doses. You had me follow that protocol for approximately 10 days. He was still having the cow pies, but the rumbling in his stomach had finally stopped.
When I spoke with you again for an order of luxolite you suggested integrating the Feline Comfort a pinch at a time into his diet. You sent me a bottle of the new soothing solution and suggested moving him to Wellness Core dry food. He had been on the Royal Canin green pea & duck limited ingredient wet and dry. Ideally you wanted me to work up to the 2 1/2 tsp. dosage of the Feline Comfort. I believe when I give him the full amount of Feline Comfort, his stools become less firm, so I'm only using 1 1/2 tsp.
Shortly after re-introducing the feline comfort, his stools firmed up. His stools are still not as dry as they could be, BUT they are definitely holding their shape. I was backing him off the herbal anti-inflammatory when it ran out and I have changed him from 2 lithothamnium capsules back to one.
Thanks for all your help (if I had emailed you in the first place, I wouldn’t have had to re-invent the wheel!). I believe the above is a fairly accurate rendition of what you and I have spoken about re: Dakota and his ongoing treatment."
"I was having difficulty with my new Puppies having digestive problems, and after taking them to the vet several times, I started doing research on what could be causing their diarrhea. I did a number of web searches and your site came up. I was particularly pleased that you offered a treatment-resistant protocol that came with a money back guarantee."
"I would very, very, highly recommend Vitality Science. I was at my wit's end with the young, stray male Dog we had adopted, Buster Kitten. He had been tested for every parasite under the sun and the vet had tried multiple treatments. Finally, due to the offer of a money-back guarantee and the promise that the products wouldn't harm animals, we tried Vitality Science "Treatment Resistant Protocol". Even though it took several weeks of giving the protocol as indiDoged, all of Buster's digestive problems were cleared up and he now is a healthy and plump kitty who is overjoyed at his new home. We just have to make sure that he eats only all-natural food, as it turns out his problems also were aggravated by a food allergy. I truly believe that Vitality Science products saved his life."
"I have been meaning to write for quite awhile and apologize for the time it took.
I have 2 balinese Dogs pushing 16 years of age. My little girl, Sheba, has food allergies and had
been on a diet of Hill's Z/D for many years. In December 2008, I noticed the consistency of the canned Z/D had changed.
The kitties loved the food and I gave it no further thought. At the beginning of 2009, Sheba contracted a urinary tract infection accompanied by diarrhea.
Sheba was given Baytril for the UTI and tylocin for the diarrhea. The UTI cleared up, but the diarrhea continued and Sheba developed serious gas (she was a 24/7 toot factory).
I asked my vet whether the new food could be the problem and whether probiotics would help and was told no on both counts. The kitties had their annual checkup towards the end of January and Sheba,
being no better, was continued on the tylocin and started on a probiotic (Purina) at my request. The gas improved somewhat but not the poops and Sheba was not a happy camper. So in mid-February
I hit the internet for a solution and came across the Vitality Science website. I spoke with Stephen Becker who was most helpful having obviously heard my story before. I purchased the Treatment-Resistant Diarrhea/Vomiting Protocol and Pet Flora, and started the program at the end of February. I also stopped the tylocin, began weaning the kitties off of the Z/D diet (I had a nagging feeling that the food may have caused the problem and it was becoming more and more expensive) and introduced them to Wellness Dog food. The kitties were eating 100% Wellness by mid March. Meanwhile, by day 2 of the protocol Sheba's gas was GONE and her stool was improving. By day 7 Sheba was having normal bowel movements. I continued the protocol another week and then continued to add a small amount of the Feline Comfort to the kitties' food in the morning and give Sheba Pet Flora twice a week. Sheba is her old self and doing great. Sheba's brother Sam used to vomit clear fluid a few times a week so I started him on the Pet Flora and now he rarely vomits at all. Also, Sheba hasn't shown any allergic reaction to the Wellness diet. I am just thrilled that I found the Vitality Science website and highly recommend the Treatment-Resistant Diarrhea/Vomiting Protocol!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks so much,"
"Sherlock was vomiting blood periodically and you said we had to stop the vomiting...a twice daily dose of the anti-vomiting protocol (syringing Luxolite, Feline Comfort, Soothing Sol'n, Lithothamnium, and Herbal antinflammatory) has worked wonders. We stopped the Clavamox, the Pepcid, and also the carafate (which was to act as a "bandage" over any bleeding ulcer he might have). Since he has not vomited at all since starting your products, should I be using the Carafate? Or is it possible that the Soothing Solution, Herbal Anti-Inf., and Feline Comfort are healing the ulcerated area that was bleeding?
Thanks again for your great products - I tell all my pet owner friends about them."
"Your products and counseling saved the life of my 15-year-old Dog. Her veterinarian had no solution and said only,
"Keep her confined." Explosive diarrhea had gone on for more than six months, and the vet had no solutions.
With your products and counseling, the Dog has had normal stools now for three weeks and she seems to be pain free."
Arabinogalactan stimulates macrophage activity and therefore may be effective in preventing cancer Immunomodulating activity of arabinogalactan and fucoidan in vitro. J Med Food. 2005 Winter;8(4):446-53.
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Many polysaccharides obtained from natural sources are considered to be biological response modifiers and have been
shown to enhance various immune responses.
These data suggest that arabinogalactan and fucoidan are activators of lymphocytes and macrophages. This property may contribute to their effectiveness in the immunoprevention of cancer.
Arabinogalatcan has no effect on blood sugar levels and is well accepted by consumers
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(2a) Glutamine Glutamine preserves intestinal permeability and absorption, and shortens recuperation
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(2c) Glutamine Glutamine is an immune cell activator, inhibits tumor growth, stabilizes weight loss, and reduces incidence of stomatitis and infection Dietary L-Glutamine Supplementation Reduces the Growth of the Morris Hepatoma 7777 in Exercise-Trained and Sedentary Rats
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(2d) Glutamine Glutamine (oral) maintained lymphocytes and protected the GI tract of cancer patients during radiation treatment Effects of glutamine supplements and radiochemotherapy on systemic immune and gut barrier function in patients with advanced esophageal cancer.
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(3) Proteolytic Enzymes (Protein digesting enzymes) Proteolytic enzymes, such as those in Super Pet Enzymes and Feline Comfort, have a long history of therapeutic use,
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Serrazimes are an analog of serrapeptase. Serrapeptase is one of the most effective natural anti-inflammatory agents,
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GI Distress Remedy
(1) Venus Flytrap The enzymes and other compounds in this ancient plant have immuno-modulating effects
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lymphocytes by picogram and femtogram quantities of cytostatic agents.
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(2a) Licorice Licorice has anti-ulcer effects
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(2b) Licorice Licorice inhibits the growth of cancer cells
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Estrogenic and Antiproliferative Properties of Glabridin from Licorice in Human Breast Cancer Cells
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(3) Yucca Yucca contains saponins that have anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic effects
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