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30-04-2011, 07:04 AM   #1

Selgian in older dogs


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30-04-2011, 07:05 PM   #2

Re: Selgian in older dogs


My boxer is on Selgian following neurological problems. After a few days he has become a different dog more like his old self. My vet did say not to expect anything for up to 2 months as they can take this long to work...he is also on vivitonin and the selgian increases the effectiveness of the vivitonin and therefore can give the brain a good "boost" of oxygen etc..

My 13 yr old border collie suffered senility and my vet put her on vivitonin which worked wonders (it increases blood flow to the brain)...

I truely hope your woof feels better soon...



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01-05-2011, 06:09 AM   #3

Re: Selgian in older dogs


ok, that's helpful. he's also on vivatonin, has been for a while now. the drugs he's on now are stage 2 of treatment for canine cognitive dysfunction. i hope as you say the drugs are long term, it's hard not to expect a quick fix.



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