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Does your dog have diarrhea?
Nothing works better than Diagel to aid in digestion and diarrhea in dogs!
DiaGel has been recommended by veterinarians everywhere to aid your dog in his battle against diarrhea. It promotes the strengths of all natural ingredients without the harmful effects of chemicals and artificial ingredients.
Diarrhea has the potential to harm if not treated correctly. It can potentially cause one or more of the following:
DiaGel fortifies the GI tract and solidifies stool. It helps maintain hydration and could help protect your dog from the harmful effects of diarrhea.
DiaGel is an orally administered product which aids in controlling bacterial diarrhea. DiaGel's active compound, Axaphen, has been proven to eliminate E. coli, Salmonella, Clostridium, and Campylobacter in in-vitro studies.
by Van Beek Natural Science
|Axaphen®||Eliminates bacteria on contact||May firm stools in 24 hours|
|Microencapsulation||Ensures palatability||Easy to administer|
|Pectins & Psyllium Husks||Soothe the GI tract, slow down the digestive flow, flushes toxins||Aid in healing and soothing the gut|
|Tannins||Stop fluid loss by constricting dilated cells||Dog stays hydrated|
|Antioxidants||Bind to and neutralize free radicals||Prevent further damage to gut lining|
Van Beek Natural Science's active compound, Axaphen, is microencapsulated using the latest technology. The encapsulation seals the strong taste of Axaphen into a palatable bead that dissolves after passing the dog's or cat's taste buds. Microencapsulation ensures DiaGel is a palatable and easy to administer formula.
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Causes of Bacterial Diarrhea may include:
When DiaGel Should Be Administered
Indiscretions or Changes in Diet:
DiaGel is the number one solution for diarrhea caused by garbage gut and changes in diet and/or water.
Stress or Environment Changes:
Give DiaGel 2 hours before boarding, breeding, traveling, showing, hunting, or any other activity that may cause stress to help reduce the incidence of diarrhea.
DiaGel may be used as a secondary aid on dogs with viral infections (parvo) to help eliminate the overgrowth of bacteria naturally occurring in the GI tract. If vomiting is present, use an anti-vomiting agent.
Use DiaGel as a secondary aid in conjunction with primary treatments such as endotoxin therapy, dewormers and/or antibiotics.
Directions for Using DiaGel
Remove the syringe tip cap. To administer, place the syringe between the side teeth of the animal, aiming as far down on the back of the tongue as possible. Gently push the plunger to release the gel. Discard any unused portion of the gel and syringe after use.
Administer one syringe for bacterial diarrhea in the GI tract. Most animals respond within 12 hours with the majority of animals responding in 24 hours or less. A second syringe may be given if necessary.
Administer one syringe every 6-8 hours as needed for up to 5 days. This may be done in conjunction with other treatments both parenteral and oral.
Administer one syringe 2 hours prior to a stress-induced event. Repeat as necessary.