Diarsanyl for Dogs oral paste is a nutritional supplement to aid in coating the intestinal mucosa. To help manage gdigestive 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 springe contains 24 mL for animals weighing from 16 to 66 lbs.
Adminsitration: Administer orally for 3 days. (Or as instructed by your veterinarian).
16 to 40 lbs: 4 mL per day - 2 mL in the morning and another 2 mL in the evening (each graduation of the springe indicates 2 mL). Therefore give one depression of the syringe in the morning and one in the evening.
40 to 66 lbs: 8 mL per day - 4 mL int he morning and another 4 mL in the evening (each graduation of the syringe indicates 2 mL). Therefore give two depressions of the syringe in the morning and two 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 administer 2 mL of diarsanyl per graduation. Oral medications should be given one hour before or three hours after any dose of diarsanyl.
Content: Nutritional constituents -montmorrillonite, electrolytes (sodium chloride, potassium sorbate, 24 mL syringe contains 9.6 grams of montmorrillonite and 6 grams of dextrose.
Great product to always have on hand by JVecsey10/30/2009
I have used this on dogs, cats and horses. A benign, no side effect, tasty product for diarrhea, upset stomach etc Rec by my vet and would never be without it
by from 02/27/2013
My dog is almost 14 years' old now and has always had intestinal upsets.
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Diarsanyl by K9Feats04/25/2012
My Vet Tech told me about this product for periodic loose stools. It works really well...stops the issue fast..and is so much easier to get into the dog. They just lick it right out of the tube. I will never be without this in my first aid kit.
Diarsanyl by Deb11/23/2011
This product is a life saver and have used many times with my cat to relieve vomiting and diarrhea.
I "always" keep this on hand as it works very quickly. A vetanerian once recommended this to me a good while back and it is a very effective product.
great stuff by kathy10/14/2011
our cavilier spaniel often gets a upset digestive system. he gets into too much rabbit droppings the wild rabbits leave in our yard. or someother disgusting thing out there. was given diarsanyl from our vet at almost twice the price. found your site and have ordered it from you. it works great for our dog.