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Gastrointestinal Bleeding

Gastrointestinal Bleeding

Herbal treatments to help prevent and treat gastrointestinal bleeding in dogs and cats.

Nutrition plays a major role in bone, teeth, skin and coat health and is the result of a well-functioning, synchronized effort by the immune systems and tissues and organs in the body. Plant botanicals support the process of free radical scavenging, the skin’s ability to withstand the effects of environmental exposure to toxins, antigens and microorganisms by maintaining proper liver, adrenal, immune, and intestinal function; protect the skin and connective tissues in the joints, reduce inflammation in the joints, acidify urine, improve immune function and build resistance to allergies.

Hemorrhagic gastroenteritis is a mystery disease. No one knows what causes it and there is no recommended prevention. There are few, if any, warning signs that accompany the condition. One day your dog or cat appears healthy and the next day, they may vomit blood and have bloody diarrhea. 

Symptoms include:

Diarrhea (bright or dark red blood)

Vomiting

Mucus

Bile

Bloody mucus

Elevated pulse

Labored breathing

Hemorrhagic gastroenteritis is not classified as contagious although occasionally animals that live together develop gastrointestinal bleeding.  The condition is more dangerous for smaller breeds, with it occurring more commonly in toy and miniature breeds between the ages of two and four years of age.

Herbal Remedies:

Herbal remedies work as a complimentary and adjunctive treatment forgastrointestinal bleeding,to stop hemorrhages, to soothe stomach bloat, inflammation in the stomach lining and entire digestive tract, and to promote digestive & gastrointestinal system health in cats & dogs, for its anti-inflammatory support, to rebuild and strengthen the stomach wall and to soothe painful and inflamed mucous membranes of the digestive system; to prevent breakdown of red blood cells, fever, exhaustion and fluid loss, to reduce hemorrhaging safely and effectively; to treat blood borne infections, to help improve the overall health of your animal, and have a positive effect on the digestive system and also act as a natural systemic cleanser.

Seal ‘Em & Heal ‘Em – (learn more) promotes healing for all types of wounds, including hot spots, abrasions, bites, cuts, scrapes, skin irritations, infections, hemorrhaging conditions, ulcers, provides cellular support of tissue, skin and coat, for gastrointestinal distress, as a neurasthenic that blocks the activation of nerve fibers and tissue response to inflammation, supporting the body's tissue repair mechanism to stop mutations, and in the treatment of all types of Lyme disease, including Lyme borealis, burgdorferi, borreliosis and Chronic Lyme disease (CLD).

Yummy Tummy – (learn more) promotes Probiotic digestive, urinary, bladder and gall bladder support, for all types of digestive disorders, promotes proper digestion and assimilation of nutrients, for bladder (cystitis) and kidney (pyelonephritis) infections, for urine leakage and urinary incontinence, as a natural, plant-based steroid alternative, provides important support for cramping, pain, discomfort, Gastroenteritis, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Inflammatory Bowel Disorder (IBD), prostate inflammation, BHP, prostatitis, Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD), Feline Urologic Syndrome (FUS) and for Candida albicans.

Shake Ur Groove Thing – (learn more) promotes healthy bowel function and purification, gentle parasitic detoxification and body clarification, used for cramping, pain, constipation, gas and bloating, supports correct balance of intestinal flora and helps calms the digestive system, for anal fissures, fistulas, hemorrhoids, food allergies and hypersensitivities, as a general skin support, and provides a healthy solution for waste and toxin removal, includingpesticides, environmental toxins, chemicals related to flea and tick products and drugs regimens such as NSAID’s and synthetic glucosteriods and corticosteroids. 

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Hepa Protect – (learn more) supports proper liver function, metabolism, bile production and flow, rehabilitates the performance, health and repair of the liver, kidneys, bladder and gall bladder, detoxifies the kidneys and liver, tones and balances the connective tissue of the liver, kidneys and bladder, normalizes liver enzyme levels, regulates kidney acid/alkaline levels, for all types of stones and gravel of the liver, kidneys, bladder and gallbladder, reduces uric acid, for gall bladder inflammation, gall stones and gallbladder infections, for renal colic and renal calculi.

Love Your Liver - (learn more)promotes theperformance, health and repair of the liver, kidneys and bladder, facilitates rental and digestive excretions, provides protection and detoxification from insecticides, toxins, vaccinations, an inappropriate diet and an excess of food, relieves symptoms such as pressure, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting and flatulence, regulates kidney acid/alkaline levels, for hepatic lipidosis, Fatty Liver Disease (FLD),  Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD), Feline Urological Syndrome (FUS) and Feline cholangiohepatitis.

Conventional Remedies:

Because HGE can be fatal, you must contact your vet immediately. Patients do not usually present dehydration, but it occurs quickly, leading to low blood pressure, an elevated red blood cell count, shock, blood clotting problems, and kidney failure. Subcutaneous fluids are usually required.

Your vet may conduct a complete blood count (CBC), a biochemical profile, urinalysis, fecal examination, and collect bacterial cultures. Gastrointestinal bleeding is usually diagnosed by a process of elimination, since there are several other disorders that produce bloody vomiting and diarrhea.

Puppies and young dogs may develop these symptoms after eating slippers, leashes, or other foreign objects. Dogs and cats of all ages can bleed from trauma injuries; from ingested toxic substances or contaminated food; gastrointestinal ulcers; colitis; infectious diseases such as parvovirus and corona virus; infections from Campylobacter, Salmonella, Clostridium, Escherichia coli, and Leptosperosis bacteria; parasites such as whipworms, hookworms, cocciodiosis, and giardia; warfarin (rat poison); coagulation disorders; gastrointestinal cancer; and Addison’s disease (hypoadrenocorticism).

The treatment of HGE may or may not involve hospitalization, but it often includes the administration of fluids to prevent dehydration. Without sufficient fluids, the blood thickens and its flow through blood vessels may be impeded.

 

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