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03-14-2014 09:50 PM
GatorBytes If fish is a concern re: SeaVive/Seacure

Then just go with the same companies Bovine Colostrum.

https://propernutrition.com/product/...psules-bottle/

it says 3 capsules a day, so use 2 - 30 mins away from food
03-14-2014 08:58 PM
DHau She has been allergy tested and is allergic to certain foods, plants and mold. Too much to list. I have been keeping a diary on her since last October to see if there is a pattern. Here in GA, right now lots of trees are blooming that I know she's allergic to. Tosca is scratching more since blooming pears and red maple pollen is in the air. So far rain has been sparse so I don't think we have an issue with mold, yet. I have gone over the past 2 years of vet records that are allergy related. March/April has been the most expensive so I know that is the beginning of our problems.

Knock on wood, no licking of the paws!
03-14-2014 08:40 PM
Sunflowers Krill is different from fish. Krill are shrimp-like crustaceans.
What I would do is find out what is causing the itchy paws.
Is it seasonal? Could it be food?
03-14-2014 08:37 PM
DHau She has been taking krill oil since last October so maybe she would be ok with the fish?

I have just started giving her an antihistamine and it has done great so far. Spring is just arriving so I thought I would try something new in addition to what she has been using.
03-14-2014 08:34 PM
Sunflowers If she didn't do well on the fish dog food I would definitely not feed this to her.

What is she allergic to?
Zyrtec works really well.
03-14-2014 08:34 PM
DHau Well, one of the reasons why I have not tried this already is because Tosca didn't do well on Orijen 6 Fish dog food. Her ear tipss got crusty. Maybe I should see if I can get a sample pack to see if she's allergic before committing to a large amount.
03-14-2014 08:26 PM
Sunflowers It was a disaster here.
Caused a terrible rash.
It made sense after I found out that my dog is extremely sensitive to whitefish.
03-14-2014 08:22 PM
DHau What is the dosage that should be given?
03-14-2014 06:03 PM
Momto2GSDs SeaCure is the one in powered form for pets and
"accelerates healing of numerous health conditions!"

· "SEACURE® helps to speed the healing of wounds after surgery, car accidents, sports injuries and falls.
· SEACURE® helps the digestive tract repair itself.
o SEACURE® alleviates nausea, vomiting and diarrhea &
o SEACURE® helps irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, ulcers and leaky-gut syndrome."



SeaVIVE comes in the capsule form as HankGSD spoke of.
It is for the following:
(SeaVive is a combination of SeaCURE, Colostrum, Beta Glucan, and Vitamin C)
IMMUNE SYSTEM MISSION: Prevent disease and infection
“Mucous membranes that line body cavities open to the environment, such as those found in the nose and gut, house antibodies called immunoglobulins that ensnare pathogens and potential antigens encountered in daily life. Thus, mucous membranes function as the first step in the mission of the immune system to prevent disease and infection.
Toxic invaders that sneak by the mucosal barrier are met by white blood cells called macrophages, which by a process called phagocytosis literally digest and destroy invaders in the blood. Thus, macrophages become the body's inside line of defense responsible for seeking and indiscriminately destroying viruses, parasites, fungi, and bacteria.
Two new supplements aid and assist these defenses against disease and infection. They are Colostrum, which supplies critical immunoglobulins to block invaders at the level of the mucosal barrier, and Beta glucan, which stimulates the action of the macrophages to phagocytize invaders in the blood stream. A third supplement Seacure® aids the immune system indirectly by correcting pathogenic bowel permeability to prevent hazards from passing through the gut membrane to infect internal organs. Finally, Vitamin C is well recognized for its immune-supportive properties. All four of these components are combined to produce the one-of-a-kind immune-booster ... SeaVive®. About SeaVive
Dogs are dosed to what their particular condition/system requires.

Good Luck!
Moms



03-14-2014 05:39 PM
HankGSD I also answered your PM but I would recommend the capsules rather than the powder. The Seavive comes only in capsules; Seacure comes in capsules for humans and powder specifically for pets. I had previously mentioned I opened the caps and sprinkled them on his food but since then I believe they are more effective if taken as capsules, at least for Hank.

Best place to buy Seavive and Seacure is iHerb. Free shipping over $20 and their prices beat Amazon.
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