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Slippery Elm for Cat Kidney Disease and Dog Coughing





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If you have a cat with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), or a dog with a cough that is difficult to treat ( ie Kennel Cough), then you should be considering this remedy. Dr Jones shows you what it is, How best to give it, and what to NOT do so it is safe and effective.

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  1. I just found your channel and I love it!!! I only own one cat but I’m a member of a cat rescue team in my area. We use a couple great vets for catch spay release. But we’ve had our share of extreme incompetence and outright malpractice I think. Our most recent was Patent. She was such a trooper and had suffered from kidney disease for over 1 year. She was being given fluids every day and was doing fine. Her regular vet wasn’t available went to new vet. She was dead 1 hour after picking her up. They gave her an enema without authorization. She seizured for 1 hour, body hard as s rock then died. I’ve never seen anything sadder. I’ve lost my faith in vets and looking for more natural options. Thanks for great channel

  2. My cat fought me like a great white shark and was hurting herself while I tried the water and capsule powder mixture with syringe. OMG! So stressed. I see some people mix different ways…How can I get into cats mouth without a syringe of water? Do I use hot water or cold water? I'm desperate….Thanks!

  3. Hi, bandit the
    Cat had blood work done . An XRAYS shows nothing.?
    No blockage an blood work came back go?
    Butt his liver emzes are low. Dr. Had no clue. An now
    Hes choughing . I'm going to see about the slippery
    Elm. I love your book if it's for Cats thanks

  4. Thank you for the very illustrative video, Dr. One question, though, can the Slippery Elm Syrup be prepared beforehand and kept in the fridge or room temperature, or must it be prepared each time before feeding it?

  5. I have been following you for a long time and now I personally need your help. I have a 4 year old cocker spaniel. He just recently suffered withdrawal from predinsone. He is feeling better now, but now his urine is clear and odorless. He appears to feel well, gums are pink and he is eating and drinking. Eating is somewhat decreased though.

  6. Can slippery elm be used if a 9 lb cat is on pepcid twice a day? Just at a different time? And can I just mix up a small 1/8 – 1/4 teaspoon? Or if I do a tiny batch, does it need to refrigerate?

  7. Thank you so much for this info. I have been looking for something else to help my cat with constipation that is the stool softer meds that would dehydrate my cat. I can’t wait to try it!

  8. Would slippery elm be safe for my cat who has feline leukemia and has glaucoma in one eye requiring drops? Also in another video you did on cats with kidney disease I think you have said canned cat food is desirable for cats with kidney disease that contains under 10% protein. One of the foods my vet recommendeds for my cat is HIlls Prescription Diet but the percent of protein in it is listed as 30% after the moisture is removed. I have been feeding my cat Wellness Boneless Chicken and Turkey Entree in Sauce which lists crude protein at 6%. I'm confused why they are saying 30% protein. Did I hear you incorrectly when you said under 10% protein or does it make any difference that the protein is listed as "after the water is removed" or as "crude protein?" I don't like the foods my vet has prescribed for my cat because they are not organic and contain meat-by-products and am trying to find an alternative that is organic and preferably does not require a lot of work to prepare.

  9. I use powder for my cats and buy in lozenge form for me. When I get into too much dust or around too much perfume and the resulting post nasal drip keeps me up at night, chewing and sucking on them is the only thing to alleviate it enough to get to sleep. So, it’s not just for the pets!

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