Gastrointestinal diseases in dogs

Nutrition is the basis of our health – and that of our four-legged friend! It therefore also has a strong influence on the well-being of the dog.

Stomach and intestinal diseases can often be caused by food, for example through the wrong diet, spoiled or unsuitable food, food intolerances or too quick changes in food. “Like humans, dogs need a stable foundation to be healthy. And that consists of a healthy immune system and general well-being, which is strongly influenced by diet,” explains Nicole Wurster, animal health practitioner and nutritionist for dogs. A long-term poor diet can lead to gastrointestinal problems such as gastritis or trigger allergies in dogs.

What the dog should eat – and what not

Dog owners should therefore think about changing their diet if symptoms recur, as this can have a positive effect on the entire digestive tract, but also, for example, on metabolic diseases. For example, grains, especially wheat, should be avoided because of their inflammatory effects, while species-appropriate food that consists mainly of meat should make up the bulk of the menu. In addition, individual feeds such as Antons DarmVital can be helpful to keep the stomach and intestines healthy. Overall, a species-appropriate and balanced diet is required so that the digestion can work optimally.

These foods are toxic to dogs and therefore taboo:

  • chocolate and sweets in general
  • Grapes and Raisins
  • avocado
  • onions
  • Raw potatoes
  • Boiled Bones
  • peppers and tomatoes
  • Spicy Food
  • cream and whole milk

If a healthy dog ​​has eaten an unsuitable food once, the body usually tries to get rid of it quickly with diarrhea or vomiting. If it then rumbles in the dog’s intestines, a natural remedy is often required. Dog owners often recognize quickly when their four-legged friend does not tolerate something or has eaten something unsuitable on a walk. As a dog owner, you can support the regeneration of the gastrointestinal tract with a temporary bland diet and a natural remedy such as quartz gel. Then the dog should be better after a day or two.

Dog with Antons DarmVital

Recognize and treat gastrointestinal diseases in dogs

If it hits the dog’s stomach, it can express itself in very different ways. The first symptoms of a dog illness are, for example, vomiting, loss of appetite or diarrhea. The latter usually becomes a concern if the diarrhea lasts longer than one or two days. The consequences range from dehydration to chronic intestinal disease. In addition to the symptoms mentioned, the dog owner often recognizes an inflammation of the gastric mucosa (gastritis) from the dog’s picky eating behavior, smacking, licking objects or listlessness. If the dog is not in good general condition, if it is sluggish or even apathetic, a veterinarian or alternative animal practitioner should be consulted.

Recognizing gastrointestinal complaints in dogs:

  • Vomit
  • Diarrhea
  • gas
  • The dog is no longer lying on its stomach (this indicates pain)

For intestinal rehabilitation and intestinal health in dogs

Antons DarmVital, with mineral colloidal quartz gel, serves to quickly bind gases and toxins that cause gastrointestinal problems in dogs. Within a very short time, the dog feels the soothing relief of the symptoms of acute ailments of the gastrointestinal tract, such as diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, severe flatulence and heartburn. Due to its natural, physically effective binding forces, the gel attracts metabolic breakdown products, flatulence and excess gastric acid as well as toxins and excretes them. The digestive tract is relieved, the mucous membranes are soothed.

Effect of Antons DarmVital

The complexes formed by the quartz gel are too large to get through the intestinal wall into the blood. As a result, the gel can hardly be reabsorbed and is excreted with the bound gases and toxins.

Antons® Intestinal Vital from Hübner

Antons DarmVital, a purely mineral quartz gel – obtained from the combination of silicon and oxygen – is a well-tolerated single feed for dogs without additives. Nicole Wurster also knows that it supports the dog’s healthy and stable gastrointestinal function: “Quartz gel binds toxins in the intestine and helps the body to eliminate them. It also binds excess water and promotes the body’s own regeneration after diarrhea.”

Antons DarmVital is odorless and tasteless and is therefore accepted by many dogs. The gel can simply be mixed into the feed and is administered as required:

  • In the case of acute symptoms, feed 3-5 times a day (according to the size of the dog: 5 ml up to 10 kg; 10 ml for 10-30 kg; 15 ml from 30 kg)
  • In the case of chronic complaints and prolonged use, a reduced administration of 1-3 applications is sufficient

If the symptoms persist, dog owners should consult a veterinarian.

Dog with suitcase and Anton's DarmVital

Live healthily and take responsibility

The publisher of the site is the company Anton Hübner from the Black Forest, which has been offering products based on nature’s example for a healthy life for over 80 years. Anton Hübner always takes a holistic view of human and animal health.

The products from HÜBNER Antons Fellglanz and Antons DarmVital contain the purely mineral compound of the trace element silicon (quartz) with oxygen. The Hübner original silicea® human preparations with colloidal quartz gel have been tried and tested for over 60 years through innovation and tradition. After intensive cooperation with naturopathic veterinarians and nutritionists for dog nutrition, the silicon gel (quartz gel) is now available in a tested recipe, tailored to the four-legged friends: Antons Fellglanz and Antons DarmVital are two single feeds with the proven Silicea active ingredient silicon gel (quartz gel) – in an optimal amount of substance and -concentration.

Three dogs hug.  In the foreground are products from Antons.

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