The expulsion of odiferous gas is usually a problem of maldigestion of food. Ammonia and hydrogen sulfide gasses are produced when undigested food is fermented in the colon. Another cause of flatulence may be the presence of bad bacteria in the colon. Giving your dog digestive enzymes and probiotics (good bacteria) in the diet often eliminates flatulence.
Primary Use: DiaGel is an orally administered product which may aid in controlling bacterial diarrhea. DiaGel eliminates bacteria such as E. coli and Salmonella which occur naturally in the GI tract. Causes of bacterial diarrhea may include, diet and/or water changes, indiscretions in diet, environmental changes and stress. A onetime administration may firm stools within 24 hours.
Secondary Use: DiaGel may be used in conjunction with fluid therapy, endotoxin therapy, or antibiotics to treat secondary infections associated with other causes of diarrhea.
Pre-Stress Use: DiaGel may be administered 2 hours prior to stress-induced events (boarding, hunting, racing, breeding, traveling, and showing) to help reduce the incidence of diarrhea.
Directions for Use: Remove the syringe tip cap. To administer, place the syringe between the side teeth of the kitten, aiming as far down on the back of the tongue as possible. Gently push the plunger to release the gel. Discard any unused portion of the gel and syringe after use. Primary Use: Administer a 1 ml syringe for bacterial diarrhea in the GI tract. Most kittens respond in 12 hours with the majority of kittens responding in 24 hours or less. A second 1 ml syringe may be given if necessary. Secondary Use: Administer a 1 ml syringe every 6-8 hours as needed for up to 5 days. Pre-Stress Use: Administer a 1 ml syringe 2 hours prior to stress induced events. Repeat as necessary.