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  • in reply to: Best supplement for Trachael collapse? #178010 Report Abuse
    Ann H
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    Hi – there is a reply I sent under the wrong title. It’s about the supplements I have given my dog for tracheal collapse. I put it under “How much food to feed my dog.” It has helped tremendously and saved on vet visits.

    in reply to: How much food do I feed my dog? #177601 Report Abuse
    Ann H
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    Sorry, my post should have been under the tracheal collapse forum.

    in reply to: How much food do I feed my dog? #177600 Report Abuse
    Ann H
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    This is in reference to Ryan and his dog. My dog suffers from GERD & tracheal collapse. He honks like a goose and retches sometimes off and on all day. After many, many hours and days of research I have found what helps with my dog. I love my vet but she goes right for the meds just like a people doc. Pepcid is bad for the bones and has been proven such in humans so much so, that I myself, have stopped taking acid reflux meds and treat it naturally. Look up slippery elm & Manuka honey for acid reflux and tracheal collapse. The licking of the lips, sometimes frantically, and the grass eating, is because the acid is giving them so much pain and tastes horrible in their mouth and throat. The softer the food the better, such as potatoes, sweet potatoes, bluberries, bone broth ( natural), meat, fish, eggs, rice, oatmeal, etc. Give smaller meals throughout the day and lift their bowl up off the floor so it is level with their throat. Also, probiotics & green-lipped mussels. Hope this helps it did for my dog.

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