Are you tired of giving multi-dose treatments and cleaning up diarrhea for 3-5 days?
See results within 24 hours with just 1 syringe of DiaGel for Dogs 5 mL (61-120 lbs).
Common uses include but are not limited to garbage gut, changes in diet and/or water, stress and environment changes like boarding, breeding, traveling and showing. DiaGel is palatable, easy to give and approved by the NASC. (National Animal Supplement Council).
Syringes are individually packaged in sealed peel-and-pull pouches.
Product is packaged as 6-pouches per box per animal size.
Tyvek packages and shelf boxes are color coordinated.
Outside box has a perforated tear-out end for easy dispensing.
Directions: Remove the syringe tip cap. Place the syringe between the side teeth of the dog, aiming as far down on the back of the tongue as possible. Gently push the plunger to release the gel. Discard any unused portion of the gel and syringe after use.
Primary Use Give one syringe, appropriate for the size of dog, at time of digestive disruption. A second syringe may be given if necessary.
Pre-Stress Use Give a syringe 2 hours prior to stress-induced event. Repeat as necessary.
Over 6 pounds
1 mL syringe
1 mL syringe
3 mL syringe
5 mL syringe
NOTE: For Dogs exceeding 120 pounds, administer an additional syringe(s) to equal the dog's weight.
See how DiaGel works, to view the online Brochure:here (PDF)
DiaGel for Dogs 5 ml by Shelties R Us from Florida01/12/2013
Altho the write up says that it will stop diarrhea in 24 hrs - that is not necessarily so. The best part about this product is that it is gentle and natural. No harsh chemicals are in this product, it does not work overnight but it does work - better and safer than anything else that I have ever used.
great by smiller from Charlotte, NC10/05/2011
This product works every time for my Yorkshire Terrier with a sensitive stomach and GI system. It works when Immodium doesn't even make a difference. It's a natural product too which I like.
Great control by Deanie from Whitesburg, Ga.06/23/2014
My dog suffers from lupus and the medication he must take frequently causes diarrhea. Vet prescribed diagel and it is almost immediate in it's stoppage of his problems without adding any additional medications to his schedule. I now always keep on hand.