My bull terrier has had chronic diarrhea for 9 months (4~5 large pudding-like yellow orange rancid smelling stools a day) and has had nearly every test known to dog. They have ruled out lymphoma, hypothyroidism, exocrine pancreatic insufficiency, and B12 folate deﬁciency. He has tested positive for giardia three times, but has finally been negative for 30 days. They found a limited amount of “inﬂammatory bowel disease” — no cause given. He also has had mega-esophagus from birth which we manage quite well with elevated feedings and soaking his food. He has been put on Hills Canine Z/D Ultra allergen-free dog food and drinks only filtered water. He gets 50 mg of imruan every other day and 10 mg prednisone every day. The diarrhea is now under control, but I would like to get him off the imruan and prednisone. I was advised to give a vitamin supplement. Will your supplement aggravate what seems to be a protein allergy? They told me he could have Prozyme but I’m nearly out of it. Can you help Cody? His Corgi sister Haniet and I thank you.
B. T., Ohio
Please give your dog a chance on my Everyday Health formula. We have very good luck with chronic diarrhea — several dogs the vets had given up on, and they cleared right up with my supplement. If it does not help after a couple of months, we will give your money back. If it does work, I would appreciate it if you would leave a message on this site. Good luck.
Charles Kruger, DVM