Kidney Support Gold – Dog Kidney Disease Support
Kidney Support Gold – A PetWellbeing product is a very effective natural support for dog kidney disease. Kidney Support Gold helps to maintain urination, thirst, appetite and energy levels in dogs. It also helps to maintain general vitality in dogs and provides proper immune support.
Kidney failures in older dogs are like an inevitable condition in today’s world. Every 2nd dog over the age of 8 will have problems with their kidney and its causes cannot be overlooked. Natural therapists say that dogs with kidney failure has some kind of link to its liver function and the food the consume. Toxicity has been a major concern for animals living in household. From the food we eat (which we often feed them) to the food we provide our pets (usually packed food which are commercial) and the household chemicals we use for cleaning our surroundings, Animals get affected by them.
Food is one of the major reasons according to natural therapists. The food provided to our dog is usually purchased and is commercially produced. With commercial production of pet food, and lack of standards pet food industry has grown to a multi billion dollar business but at the cost of providing low quality and poor health ingredients in pet food. Today most of the commercial food provided to dogs contain more toxic content which causes various problems in our dogs. The first and foremost ingredient which creates a problem is the preservatives found in dog foods.
When the food contains toxins, the liver acts on removing them and the kidney is the primary organ which help cleanse it. the kidney gets over worked over a period of time. in 7-8 years the kidney has been taken to its peak level and then it starts to fail slowly. The quality of food and water are the major causes for kidney failure. Today there are natural remedies to cure kidney problems in dogs. Kidney support gold for dogs help your dog’s kidney to function again in a normal way with the change in diet, your dog could live a lot longer than your vet may say.
Originally posted 2014-02-20 12:11:13.