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Colitis Package for Dogs and Cats


Our Colitis Package for Dogs and Cats consists of the four supplements we consider to form the foundation of our Natural Colitis Protocol. This supplement package for dogs and cats with ulcerative colitis is a research-based protocol developed by a certified Master Herbalist working alongside a certified Canine Nutritionist. It is the most complete supplement protocol that supports the health of the digestive tract in dogs and cats.

This supplement package for colitis consists of Diarrhea Relief, Repair and Strengthen, Sunflower Seed Lecithin and Microbiome Harmony. You may follow the links to view the product pages for more information as well as individual colitis supplement ingredients. We have incorporated many years of research and experience working with animals to develop this colitis protocol for your dog or cat and we hope you are pleased with the results!

For further information on this condition please view our Natural Colitis Protocol. You may select from our list of other recommended supplements that can be found on our Colitis page to use in addition to our Core Colitis Package or rely on these three products alone. We are here to help so feel free to Contact Us if you need more assistance.

The Core Colitis Package is designed to provide the supplements for your dog with colitis to get you started. You will not need to purchase the entire package at the same time again. Instead, you will purchase individual supplements/herbal remedies as you need them because they last varying lengths of time. After your animal's condition improves you may wish to incorporate the Daily Multi Plus into your dog or cat's routine

A complimentary Colitis Help Sheet is included with a package purchase!

Core Colitis Package

Diarrhea Relief - 75 grams
Repair and Strengthen - 90 grams
Sunflower Lecithin - 85 grams
MicrobiomeHarmony - 18 grams

How our Core Colitis Package Will Benefit Your Dog or Cat...
  • Soluble fibers provide bulk to help firm stool
  • Organic herbs help to reduce inflammation in the digestive tract
  • A unique formulation of colostrum, whey protein isolate and organic aloe will helps to reduce inflammation and promotes healing and rebuilding of intestinal cells that line the digestive tract
  • Phospholipids from lecithin will help to protect and repair the damaged mucous lining of the digestive tract
  • A highly researched synbiotic spore bacteria with prebiotic will replicate quickly to create an ideal environment for beneficial flora

Colitis Help Sheet for Dogs and Cats

A copy of this information is included with your package purchase!

1). Diarrhea Relief

This is a very beneficial supplement for those animals with colitis. It features slippery elm bark that has astringent properties that will help to heal and tighten tissue reducing the amount of water being drawn into the intestines and thereby firming stool. Other herbs in this formula help to reduce inflammation and eliminate gas making your animal more comfortable.

How much should I give?
Provide 1/4 tsp in each meal per 15 lbs. Mix with a small amount of warm water prior to mixing with food or when in food dish. May safely use 2 - 3 times suggested serving for short periods when needed to eliminate diarrhea.

How long should I provide this supplement?
As stool firms, reduce dosage to suggested serving on container. Can safely use for the life of your animal taking one or two days off each week if this doesn’t result in a flare up. However, this shouldn’t be necessary as your animal heals and stool is normal. Keep Diarrhea Relief on hand so you have some available for flare ups.

2). Repair and Strengthen

While Diarrhea Relief primarily works to remedy loose stool, this supplement is the one formulated to repair the lining of the digestive tract. Because research shows that glutamine is very important to the repair and replication of the cells that line the GI tract we have included whey protein isolate that is a great natural source of this amino acid. The colostrum in this formula will help to speed healing while reducing inflammation and the addition of organic aloe vera provides additional healing and anti-inflammatory attributes. Many of our clients find that they need to continually use this supplement since when they try to remove it their animal relapses to some degree. See how it works with your dog or cat and use the minimum effective dosage as your animal’s condition improves.

How much should I give?
Provide 1/2 tsp per 20 lbs daily. Mix with a small amount of warm water and give to your animal 15 - 20 minutes before main meal either alone or in a small amount of favorite food. This allows the supplement to work on the digestive tract without competing with main meal.

How long should I provide this supplement?
Can safely use for the life of your animal taking one or two days off each week if this doesn’t result in a flare up.

3). Sunflower Seed Lecithin

This supplement provides lecithin, which is itself a mixture of phospholipids. According to research, 70 percent of the phospholipids in the intestinal mucosal lining are lecithin. They help form a protective barrier without which ulceration and invasion of harmful bacteria can occur. By supplementing with sunflower lecithin you can help restore this important protective lining that protects the digestive tract.

How much should I give?
Provide 1/8 tsp per 20 lbs of body weight daily. Divide equally between meals if convenient or place in one meal for smaller pets. Blend into food well. If feeding dry food mix with some warm water while in food dish. Use some special treat food if necessary.

How long should I provide this supplement?
Provide this supplement daily for at least one month. If the situation appears to be under control you can use this on an as needed basis or a couple of times each week as you see fit. Because of the many important nutrients sunflower lecithin provides giving this for the life of your animal is not a bad idea as we take this daily in our household.

4). Microbiome Harmony

This supplement is a synbiotic, which is a blend of probotic and prebiotic. The importance of this is that by combing a highly researched prebiotic with a specialized probiotic you can turbo charge the growth of the probiotic organism. This blend will help to quickly create a beneficial environment in the digestive tract for the growth of friendly bacteria colonies.

How much should I give?
Provide 1/32 tsp (small scoop provided) (approximately 150 million spores) per 10 lbs of body weight daily. You can provide at any time of day, however before bed in the evening in a small amount of yogurt, apple sauce or other treat is optimal.

How long should I provide this supplement?
For how long you provide this supplement is subjective and depends on your particular situation. You should provide this supplement until the condition of your dog or cat has been remedied. Thereafter you can continue to provide the supplement daily, several times per week or discontinue if you feel that is appropriate.

Other Recommendations


We recommend a whole food diet for your dog or cat with colitis. This can be a commercial raw or cooked diet, involve a premix with your own raw or cooked meat or a home-prepared diet. If home-preparing please research how to do this properly and make sure to add a calcium source like our Seaweed Calcium. Read our article How to Feed Your Dog or How to Feed Your Cat in the Education Section of our website for more information.

Stomach Soother

This remedy is helpful for many animals, sparing them from a life of discomfort. The herbs in this formula help to relieve inflammation and alleviate gas making an animal much more comfortable when they have stomach upset. Initially, use this remedy 2 - 3 times per day by squirting the suggested dose directly in the mouth and your animal should start to feel better in a few minutes. In the future when your animal is better use Stomach Soother only when you notice signs of discomfort. Keep on hand so you have this remedy available when needed.

Biopreparation F3

This is a highly regarded supplement that can greatly benefit those animals struggling with colitis. We recommend the F3+ Forte for this condition. Microalgae feed cells on a cellular level providing thousands of natural nutrients directly into cells without the need for digestion while helping cells detoxify and repair themselves. This can be placed in with meals, a little meatball made with a favorite food or in a little water used with a syringe. Follow the recommendations below for the life of your animal.

Under 15 lbs - 1/2 capsule 2x daily
15 - 30 lbs - 1/2 - 1 capsule 2x dail
30 - 50 lbs - 1 capsule 2x daily
Over 50 lbs - 1 capsule 2x daily and you may add a third capsule daily if you desire.

Antimicrobial Formula

Often a veterinarian will recommend an antibiotic “just in case”. This is because they are not sure what is causing your dog or cat’s condition. Because of the side effects that accompany these drugs and the unpleasant effect they can have on many animals we recommend you give the Antimicrobial Formula a try first. This supplement features herbs that support the immune system along with herbs that have strong antimicrobial activity. Very safe and effective without the potential damage to your animal that antibiotics can cause. Use this herbal remedy only if there is reason to believe there may be a pathogen present in the GI tract.

About Medications

While medications may have their time and place in an animal’s treatment, very often in the case of colitis we have seen them contribute to a worsening of the condition over time. This is because the short-term effect a steroid can have to make your animal feel better comes with the high cost of numerous side effects. In addition, drugs do not promote healing, they are designed to suppress symptoms. Suppressing symptoms may work in the short-term, but in the long-term the condition will progress and get worse and worse.

Other Concerns

Animals with colitis are usually more sensitive. This means that you should limit their exposure to chemicals in their food, water and environment. Limit or avoid unnecessary vaccinations, flea and tick products, heart worm medication and the use of household and lawn chemicals (like Roundup!) (see Education section).

Colitis Package for Dogs and Cats
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