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TRV Protocol for Dog

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When everything else has failed …

  • 3 Part Program including Canine Comfort, Luxolite, G.i. Distress
  • A targeted collection of effective yet gentle, high quality ingredients from around the world
  • Addresses occasional gastric distress with vomiting.

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The products and information available in this protocol give our costumers the tools needed to achieve success. We are here to guide you along the way with our email support.

What is the difference between TRD&V Protocol and TRV Protocol? TRV is less drying and therefore will not result in constipation. If your dog also has occasional diarrhea as well as vomiting then you may need TRD&V Protocol for Dogs.

Protocol Includes:

Canine Comfort  120g/220g is a complex powder formula. Used for occasional gastric distress. It helps to maintain a healthy intestinal tract and proper gut flora.

Carefully Selected Ingredients:

Arabinogalactan: While Arabinogalactan and its constituent parts are common in nature, the commercial extraction is taken from a Larch tree. It is a water soluble fiber and supports immune competence. Arabinogalactan is a long chain polysaccharides containing arabinose and galactose mono-saccharides. Arabinogalactan is actively fermented by intestinal micro-flora and is effective at increasing beneficial anaerobes such as those in Pet Flora.

L-Glutamine: An important amino acid with cellular energy producing qualities, L-Glutamine helps protect the lining of the stomach and also may prevent the formation of stomach irritations.

Psyllium Seed Powder  Psyllium, derived from the seeds of Plantago ovata, is an herb mainly grown in India. It is a type of fiber commonly used as a gentle, bulk-forming laxative. Being a soluble fiber, psyllium is able to pass through your digestive system without being completely broken down or absorbed.

Slippery Elm: This herb has been traditionally used to soothe the digestive tract and intestinal walls. Slippery elm provides mucilage, which forms a slippery substance when combined with water. Mucilage can calm intestinal tissues, promote healthy detoxification in the bowel, and help maintain normal elimination patterns.

Vitality Science Pet Flora: A proprietary collection of soil-based organisms, probiotics that suppress yeast and fungi, reduces acidity, and improves nutrient assimilation.

Bio Core Complete: BioCore® provides targeted solutions to a variety of digestive problems. From digestive discomforts to different dietary regimens, along with basic digestive support to the delivery of specific nutrients; BioCore® products and blends offer some of the most innovative enzyme blends on the market.

Serrazimes: Serratiopeptidase, also known as serrapeptidase and serrapeptase, is a protease originally found in the gut of the silkworm. It is produced by the bacteria Serratia marcescens. This protease has been the subject of much research and its use has grown in Asia and Europe. Studies support serratiopeptidase’s benefit in supporting musculoskeletal, cardiovascular and respiratory health.

Bromelain: is a protein-digesting enzyme, sourced from the pineapple fruit. This fascinating compound has traditionally been used as a potent anti-inflammatory and anti-swelling agent. Because it’s an enzyme, bromelain helps the body digest food and absorb nutrients more efficiently, as well as being extremely effective at healing issues in the gastrointestinal tract.

Zinc-carnosine: Formed by chelating zinc to carnosine in a one-to-one ratio. This process of bonding ions and molecules makes the combination three times more potent than the individual components alone. By itself, zinc is already very beneficial for optimum digestive health. It is the second most abundant naturally-occurring mineral in the body necessary to numerous functions and biochemical reactions. L-carnosine, on the other hand, has strong antioxidant and tissue-healing properties. It also helps transport the zinc carnosine to problematic areas in the gastrointestinal tract where it can take effect. Together, these two components are known to be a force to reckon with – helping to improve the body’s cell function, digestion and immune system, among others.

Liver Powder: Fresh hormone-free Argentinean Beef Liver, from Argentinian natural grass fed cows. These cows have never been on feed lots and freely roam the Pampas. Plus it is a flavor well liked by cats and dogs.


GI Distress 2oz

Soothe your dog’s stomach, and normalize bowl function with these all-natural herbs, based on time-tested, traditional medicinal formulas. An herbal tincture that helps support a healthy G.I. tract, and a healthy inflammatory response.

Carefully Selected Ingredients:
Dionaea Muscipula/Venus Fly Trap: Venus Fly Trap is one of the fascinating secrets of the nutraceutical world to promote a healthy immune system.

Yucca: Yucca schidigera is a medicinal plant native to Mexico. Yucca powder and yucca extract are used as animal feed additives.

Matricaria recutita (German Chamomile) is used medicinally against sore stomach, and as a gentle sleep aid

Nepeta cataria (Catnip) Catnip tea was the most commonly consumed herbal beverage in Europe prior to the importation of teas from the orient. Consuming Catnip tea has long been used in traditional herbal medicine to quell digestive disturbances. While the smell produces a harmless high for felines, consuming the extract is beneficial for felines, and canines. Catnip contains considerable quantities of vitamins C and E, both excellent antioxidants. The primary phytochemicals, nepetalactone isomers, are mild sedatives, somewhat like the active ingredients in valerian.

Scutellaria lateriflora (Skullcap) is an herb from the mint family. Antispasmodic: The herb can help minimize throat infections, headaches from stress, neuralgia and after-effects of incessant coughing.

Licorice: is known as The Great Harmonizer because of its ability to make all other herbs work more effectively. Licorice is the second most prescribed herb in China. Rhizomes in Licorice have a high mucilage content which, when mixed with water or used in cough drops, soothes irritated mucous membranes. Today, herbal preparations containing Licorice Root are used to lower acid levels and coat the stomach wall with a protective gel.


Luxolite 16oz

Luxolite is negatively-charged and works like a magnet to attract positively-charged toxins such as lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium and many more and carries them out of the body within hours.

Luxolite is a hydrated clay that supports intestinal health while helping to support the body’s normal process of detoxification. It is naturally absorbent and extremely gentle on the system.

“When clay is consumed, its vital force is released into the physical body and mingles with the vital energy of the body, creating a stronger, more powerful energy in the host. The natural magnetic action transmits a remarkable power to the organism and helps to rebuild vital potential through the liberation of latent energy.”

“When the immune system does not function at its best, the clay stimulates the body’s inner resources to awaken the stagnant energy. It supplies the body with the available magnetism to run well. Clay is said to propel the immune system to find a new healthy balance and strengthens the body to a point of higher resistance.”

excerpts from “Our Earth Our Cure” by Raymond Dextreit

Carefully Selected Ingredients

100% Pure Activated White Bentonite Clay, A “Living Clay,” Consisting of 67 Minerals. Including; Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, Maganese & Silica.


Ingredients

 

  • No Artificial Preservatives
  • No Synthetic Flavors
  • No Artificial Colors
  • Made in the USA
  • Powder, Herbal Tincture, Liquid

Canine Comfort:

Active Ingredients: A proprietary blend of [Arabinogalactan (Larix laricina), L-Glutamine, Psyllium Seed Powder (Plantago ovata), Slippery elm (Ulmus rubra), Pet Flora™, Biocore Complete©, Serrazimes®, Bromelain, Zinc Carnosine]

Inactive Ingredients: Natural Tuna / Argentinean Beef Liver

GI Distress:

Active Ingredients: A proprietary blend of [Dionaea Muscipula (Venus Fly Trap), Schidigera (Yucca), Glycyrrhiza glabra (Licorice), Scutellaria lateriflora (Skullcap), Matricarnia recutita (Chamomile, German), Nepeta cataria (Catnip)]

Inactive Ingredients: Glycerin, Organic Alcohol

Luxolite:

Active Ingredients per 1/2 tsp.: Bentonite Clay (montmorillonite) 0.053 oz

Directions

Canine Comfort: For every 20 lbs of animal administer orally 1 tsp. 2x daily. Do not exceed 4 tsp per administration. Continue once a day for optimum gastrointestinal health.

Luxolite: For every 10 lbs of animal administer 1/2 tsp. daily. Amount may be increased as needed until desired effect is achieved. Shake before using.

GI Distress: Start with 2 drops for each 10 lbs of animals 2-3x per day. After the first week, serving amount may be increased to 4 drops if needed.

All Vitality Science Products are safe and effective.

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5/5
Review of TRV Protocol for Dog

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.

Paula Holmes

4/5
Review of TRV Protocol for Dog

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.

Alice Marie Beard

5/5
Review of TRV Protocol for Dog

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,

Lori Wariwoda

5/5
Review of TRV Protocol for Dog

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.

Edna Rogers

4/5
Review of TRV Protocol for Dog

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.

Deborah Simpson

5/5
Review of TRV Protocol for Dog

2-1/2 years ago, I scoured the internet looking for help for my precious mini dachshund, Millie Mae. She was 10 years old at the time, and had had digestive issues all her life. Her vomiting and diarrhea had become constant, and she was always on antibiotics, and her condition was getting worse and worse. I really worried we would lose her. I tried other holistic methods to no avail. I tried several different foods, but nothing helped. Then I found Vitality Science, and started her immediately on the treatment resistant protocol. From the very first day, all vomiting and diarrhea stopped. I couldn’t believe it! I kept her on the protocol for several weeks, until she was finally having a healthy appetite and normal stools for the first time in her life. Then, I slowly switched her over to a combo of Canine Comfort, Dog Super Food, Flex-N-Free, and Luxolite. She has thrived on this and is now almost thirteen. She just had her spring check up, and the vet said her bloodwork is absolutely perfect. I truly believe that had it not been for finding Vitality Science, we would have lost her a couple of years ago. Stephen at VS was a saint when I first started, as I e-mailed him multiple times with questions, and I always had an answer almost immediately! I do make all of her food, with a meat to veggie ratio of 80/20, and I include K.A.L. bone meal. Then I mix the VS supplements right in with every meal. I just wish I had known about this back when she was a puppy – maybe I could have saved her from a lot of suffering.

4/5
Review of TRV Protocol for Dog

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.

Marsha Hahn

5/5
Review of TRV Protocol for Dog

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!!

Elizabeth Reninger

4/5
Review of TRV Protocol for Dog

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

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