Diarsanyl for CATS and SMALL DOGS oral paste is a nutritional supplement to aid in coating the intestinal mucosa. To help manage digestive upsets and diarrhea by combining with the mucus to adhere to intestinal mucosa for reduced irritation and fluid loss. Contains a unique component, montmorillonite (smectite clay), which has substantial capacity to adsorb and absorb toxins, bacteria, viruses, enzymes and free radicals –15 times more than kaolin. Its unique paste formula is more effective than pills or powder.
Each syringe contains 10 mL for animals weighing from 4 to 15 lbs.
Administration: Administer orally for 3 days. ( Or as instructed by your veterinarian.) 4 to 15 lbs: 2 mL per day - 1 mL in the morning and another 1 mL in the evening ( each graduation of the syringe indicates 1 mL). Therefore give one depression of syringe in the morning and one in the evening. Insert the syringe in the corner of the mouth so the syringe tip rests as far back on the tongue as possible. Depressing the syringe piston administers 1 mL of diarsanyl per graduation. Oral medications should be given one hour before or three hours after any dose of diarsanyl.
Contents: Nutritional constituents: montmorrillonite, electrolytes (sodium chloride, potassium sorbate, magnesium citrate), sugars (lactose, dextrose, glycerol). Each 10 mL syringe contains 4 grams of montmorrillonite and 2.5 grams of dextrose.
product new to me by aaronwillkat from TX06/15/2012
Our cat has chronic pancreatitis which causes diarrhea. We tried several medications which worked for awhile, then were no longer effective. Our vet told us to try Diarsanyl, and it did stop the diarrhea; although after stopping the med for a couple of weeks, the diarrhea returned. I'm hoping the second round is as effective as the first. I realize our cat does have a chronic condition and is an unusual case, but we want to keep him as long as he's not in pain. Diarsanyl helps!
Good Product / Expiration Date not so Good by pdme05/29/2012
The product itself works very well. I have a yorkie and a cat who suffer from IBS so I like to keep this on hand at all times just in case. The tubes I received had an expiration date of only a couple months off from the date of purchase so I am not happy about that.
diarsanyl by tess from Newport, RI09/27/2011
This is the best stuff in the world for a dog with colitis. Helps them to regain proper intestinal function, and helps you to keep your sanity. No mess, no fuss. Humans should have it so good.