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Preventing and Treating Canine Kidney Disease with gentle, herbal remedies

on August 31, 2016
Posted in Dog Kidney Disease

You may wonder why a pet owner would consider buying Kidney Support Gold from Pet Wellbeing for purely preventative measures? However, in canines, the kidneys are most likely to cause health problems as they age. Canine Kidney Disease is more common that you think; and no vet would argue that Chronic kidney failure can sneak up gradually, and is actually a leading cause of death in dogs.

This is why one of our Brand Ambassadors, Crystal the Pomeranian, is on Kidney Support Gold purely because of “Preventative Pet Care” and this is what they have to say about this wise choice:

“Meet “Kidney Support Gold” from Pet WellBeing. I don’t have kidney disease but mommy gives it to me to keep it healthy. 🙂 I get only 5 drops in a meal and don’t even notice it – though I’m told its bacon flavored. It’s 100% natural and safe – made of really good herbs. I give this a paws up! Visit Pet Well Being’s Facebook & read stories of different animals who’ve had their lives completely changed for the better – cured – from this little bottle! It’s at www.petwellbeing.com Aloha, Crystal (join me on instagram: @crystalpom)”

Thanks Crystal for being such a great example! Kidney Support Gold is indeed a gentle yet powerful combination of herbal ingredients, tested by our holistic veterinarians. Comprised of scientifically researched extracts for supporting total kidney health. The result is a formula that is excellent for aging dogs and is an essential part of your canine’s long term health regime for helping to maintain normal kidney function.

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There are two common types of canine kidney disease:

  • Chronic renal (kidney) failure
  • Kidney stones

Renal (kidney) failure, as its name implies, is when the kidney fails to filter impurities out of the blood and concentrate the urine. Acute kidney failure is often the result of ingesting toxins, and is sometimes reversible. Chronic kidney failure sneaks up more gradually, and is a leading cause of death in dogs.

Treating kidney disease in canines

If your dog is suffering from any form of kidney disease, you should see your vet to discuss conventional treatment options. These include intravenous fluid treatment, dialysis (artificial blood filtering), various drugs, and even kidney transplants.

A low sodium diet is often recommended, as high blood pressure often accompanies kidney failure. A reduced protein diet is also often recommended.


Kidney Support Gold

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Natural support for dog kidney disease:
  • Energy levels
  • Urination and thirst (hydration)
  • Appetite and weight
  • General vitality
  • Immune support
  • 90 Day money-back guarantee
  • 1 bottle is a 1 month supply for most dogs
  • Order Kidney Support Gold today and help your dog maintain a normal quality of life with healthier kidneys!

    Kidney Support Gold customer success story

“Our Vet had diagnosed our Yorkie with kidney failure, we were giving her dialysis twice a week and said she would have to have it forever. I purchased Pet Wellbeing‘s “Kidney Support Gold” and within two weeks we had her retested and the vet said her values are great! No more dialysis. Just continue a renal diet food and the Kidney Support and bring her back for retest in 6 months. Thank you for saving Brandi’s life!”

– Susan Jones Davis

More customer success stories are found on our product page!

Read also: Cat Cancer came and went, and our Beautiful Bengal is still here!

Our Expert

Dr. Janice Huntingford
Janice Huntingford, DVM, has been in veterinary practice for over 30 years and has founded two veterinary clinics since receiving her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph. She has studied extensively in both conventional and holistic modalities. Ask Dr. Jan

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