Seacure and bovine colostrum or a combo form called Seavive by proper nutrition
as well as L-Glutamine
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along with d-zymes, probiotics and slippery elm - I would stop the elm once things start to normalize as too long a course can block nutrient absorption
Also consider Kocci Free - many on here claim this has been way more effective then conventional drugs w/o the side effects - but have to follow to the letter...effective against coccidia and giardia as well, has other natural herbal benefits to health that conventional drugs just don't provide and no toxic chemical die-off except the natural die-off of microbes causing the issue, which, of course, is natural
Originally Posted by Magwart
My gut reaction is to get him on digestive enzymes, a probiotic between the antibiotics doses, and some slippery elm to coat the GI track with soothing stuff. He's on a pharmacy cocktail of prescribed antibiotics, dewormer, and who knows what else.
It's serious enough that the shelter vet isn't sure he's going to make it and has nothing more to offer him. Any ideas to help Ozzy?
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