Stressful events like COVID-related routine changes can cause acute GI upset. But with pandemic-related safety protocols, many pet parents cannot get to their Vet fast enough. Now they can treat acute GI issues right at home.REQUEST A CALL FROM A REP
INTRODUCING THE +GI EMERGENCY KIT FROM GREY WOLF ANIMAL HEALTH.
With the +GI EMERGENCY KIT on hand, pet parents can avoid a Vet trip and quickly treat acute GI issues at home. It contains four key products:
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PET PARENTS WANT RELIEF FOR THEIR PET’S DIARRHEA QUICKLY.
Recently, key opinion leaders Susan Kilborn, DVM, DVSc, DACVIM (SAIM) and Lisa Carioto, DVM, DVSc, DACVIM with host Ian Sandler, DVM, were joined by over 100 Canadian veterinarians to discuss new non-antibiotic options for addressing acute GI upset.
“Over the past 6 months, a record-breaking number of Canadians have
added pets to their families – which means there are many pets at
home faced with a dramatic change in routine causing them stress
and anxiety. Stressed humans, lead to stressed pets, leads to GI
upset. With Covid-19, many pet parents can't get to a clinic. With
, pet parents can treat acute GI upset in their pets at home.”
- Lisa Carioto, DVM, DVSc, DACVIM
To learn more about how to effectively manage GI upset, click on the links below:
HOW CAN WE IMPROVE THE CURRENT PROTOCOLS FOR GI UPSET?
INTERVENE MORE RAPIDLY TO STOP EPISODES OF MILD GI UPSET
THE BENEFITS OF FEEDING THE GUT DURING MILD GI UPSET
TREATING DEHYDRATION USING AN ORAL HYDRATION AID DURING MILD GI EPISODES
HELP PET PARENTS BE PREPARED FOR EPISODES OF MILD GI UPSET WITHOUT THE USE OF ANTIMICROBIAL DRUGS