There are many reasons your dog or cat may experience diarrhea. Loose stools can be the effects of over eating, sensitivity to certain foods or even garbage gut. Gastrointestinal upset can also be caused by your petís age, from stress associated with traveling or other changes, use of antibiotics, or in the case of very young pets, weaning.
Rapid-Care G.I. from Pet Health Solutions is a safe solution for these gastrointestinal maladies. Rapid-Care G.I provides rapid relief to your dog or cat from diarrhea caused by a variety of food indiscretions.
Diarrhea is certainly no fun for your pet, and it can create a mess for you. It can also lead to stress for the both of you. Keeping an easy to use tube of Rapid-Care G.I. handy can provide rapid relief to minimize the negative effects of gastrointestinal dysfunction. Rapid-Care G.I. is administered from a tube and comes in a tasty paste form that pets seem to love. Giving Rapid-Care G.I. to your dog or cat at the first sign of stomach problems can shorten the episode of diarrhea considerably, and help return your home to normal.
Rapid-Care G.I. for Dogs & Cats (60 cc) by injoie from Orange County California10/25/2011
both of my Huskies hate it, i purchased 10 and I used just one...i'm stuck with 9
Good for Emergencies by MiaMama12/20/2010
This works well for the occasional problem my dog has with very loose stools. There's usually a big improvement after only one dose. But you have to use quite a bit of the product at one time, even for a small dog. It's also not easy to administer by yourself. The container is large and awkward, and I found it very difficult to dispense into the mouth of a squirming dog. It's still a great product though. Maybe other pets like the taste enough to just lick it up, but not mine!
Excellent Product by Elizabeth from Victor, NY11/05/2011
This product is a miracle! It is a natural way to firm the bowels and eliminate odor. My cat has been diagnosed with IBS. After hundreds of dollars in vet bills I found this site. Thank goodness. Just after 3 days his stools are firmer, less odor, his appetite has increase, and he is playful again. No more blood in the stools!
I had to experiment with the application of this. I found that putting the correct dosage in a small bowl and mixing in some dry potatoe flakes to make a paste that I can roll into pea sized nuggets is the best way. I then drop the nuggets into this mouth like a pill and he can't spit it out otherwise it can be very messy. I am very pleased and highly recommend this product.
Working well so far by Vi10/05/2011
I have been using this product for about 10 days along with NaturVet Digestive Enzymes and Probiotics for my cat who has had chronic diarrhea for over 4 months and am very pleased so far. Previously I had used other probiotics, hypoallergenic food, steroids, and 4 different antibiotics from the veterinarian, and nothing helped. His stools became more normal after only a couple of days on the Rapid-Care GI and NaturVet products.
It's Awesome! by James10/27/2009
This product is awesome, my cat ate something from the yard and it caused her to have major diarrhea for 2 days and Rapid-Care really helped stop it and made her feel better. Would recommend to others out there.
This stuff worked for our boy by Wendy from http://us.macmillan.com/author/wendywahman03/14/2012
Our standard poodle had hepatitis and was battling diarrhea. Rapid-Care G.I. helped him - big time. I think it also helped with his vomiting. The ingredients are natural and act to slow down and soothe the gut. I'll always keep a tube of this in my doggy/kitty medicine cabinet.
Works Great! by WJW01/11/2011
This paste works better than any other product that I have tried and our dogs like the taste!
I used this paste for 2 weeks, as directed, for a cat with terrible diarrhea. The cat LOVED the flavor of the paste, and ate it very eagerly. So the plus side is that the product was easy to give and quite paletable to a feline. Unfortunately, the paste did not resolve the diarrhea for the cat in question. Since diarrhea can be caused by many things in cats (parasites, liver disease, bacteria, IBD, etc.) I am not too disappointed that the paste didn't work. I bought it figuring it was worth a shot, because if it worked it would be a simple, inexpensive fix. I'd recommend giving this paste (along with a thorough deworming) a try before running straight to the vet to rack up a big bill for bloodwork, fecal tests, and abdominal ultrasounds; but be prepared to do just that if the paste doesn't work for you.