Gypsy was diagnosed earlier this yr with kidney failure - urine not concentrating - but creatinine and BUN levels not too bad. Been on Azodyl for at least 8 weeks and we will be checking her levels via bloodwork later this iweek. I would like to know if supplementing with Omega 3 and B vitamins can help the situation. She currently takes a low dosage of Omega 3 for her skin and also takes Cetyl M daily for joint issues.
Appreciate any input to help her maintain a better quality of life through this. Thanks.
Sorry to hear about your dog. I went through something similar a year ago with mine as well. I supplemented my dogs diet with a herbal product called Tripsy. It contains a powerful combination of herbal extracts proven to:
* Promote healthy kidney functioning
* Fight kidney infections
* Improve urinary flow
* Reduce the pain and discomfort of kidney stones
Tripsy is high effective, yet is totally natural and 100% safe for long-term use. I bought it online at Petwellbeing.
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