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Lax-eze 10 oz. Fiber Supplement
    Lax-eze 10 oz. Fiber Supplement
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    Lax-eze 10 oz. Fiber Supplement

    Lax-eze is a prebiotic natural fiber supplement that helps to alleviate the symptoms of constipation in dogs and cats. Veterinarian formulated of the highest quality ingredients, it is safe for daily long term use. It should be used after a veterinary diagnosis of constipation.
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    Lax-eze 10 oz. Fiber Supplement
    $31.00
    Total: $31.00
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    Includes:

    • Lax-eze 2 oz homeopathic Spray
    • Lax-eze 10 oz. Fiber Supplement
    $67.00
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    Success Stories

    Hello,


    You guys saved my little dogs life with your constipation cures. I will pass t ...

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    At a Glance

    • Veterinarian formulated and used in clinical practice for 20+ years
    • Natural prebiotic fiber supplement (granules)
    • Very palatable (chicken liver flavor)
    • For more chronic and severe constipation - use with Lax-eze homeopathic spray (See How it Works)
    • Contains highest quality ingredients
    • Safe for long term daily use
    • Can be used alone or in combination with traditional drug and dietary therapy
    • Recommended by Ross Becker of Good Dog Magazine

    Benefits Include

    • Helps to regulate and normalize stool
    • Supports healthy digestion and food absorption
    • Improved vitality (more active)
    • Safe for daily long term use
    • No harmful side effects that can be seen with some drug therapies
    • Glossy coat, less shedding

    Success Stories

    What our customers are saying about how Lax-eze 10 oz. Fiber Supplement has helped their pet's overcome their discomfort.

    5 Stars

    Hello,


    You guys saved my little dogs life with your constipation cures. I will pass the word on about your comany and great products here in NYC. No more lactulose or propulid!

    AGAIN THANKS SO MUCH,
    Monika L.
    New York City, NY

    5 Stars

    Love the product. My cat, Sunny was almost put to sleep. He is able to remove bowel everyday just using the product for a day. Thank you for saving my beloved cat.

    Mae R.
    San Jose, CA

    5 Stars

    I have two dogs, a terrier mut named Bart, and a Maltese, Buddy. I've had Bart for 8 years, and walk him daily. Bart has always had a very normal stool, and has always been very regular. Buddy has been with us for a year now. I walk them both together, but Buddy has really been a problem. I've had to double the length of my regular walks with Bart, and, still, it is not uncommon for Buddy to have days, sometimes two or three in a row, without a bowel movement. During this time, he usually has bad gas as well. A friend suggested Lax-eze. I mix about a teaspoon into his food each meal, and now Buddy has regular, normal bowel movements and, best of all, no more gas! I'm very happy with the results.

    Betty T.

    5 Stars

    Hi . . . Enclosed is my check. Please send me a 7 oz. container of Lax-eze. A friend sent me a container of this product a few months ago, and the improvement and change in my 7 year old Cocker Spaniel mix has been TRULY remarkable! No more canine constipation for Rufus!

    Steven R.
    New Ulm, MN

    5 Stars

    I am joining the club!!! This stuff is great. My poor cat had become so thin and pooped little pellets. The vet couldn't seem to find out what was wrong (we first noticed a UTI). It cleared up but the constipation didn't. For almost two years the poor cat suffered. Finally looking online I found your site. I thought why not, cheaper than the vet. I purchased the liquid and powder. We now feed her only wet food, mixed with water to make a soup and add her Lax-eze. She is back to normal and feeling so much better. It will take time to get her weight back up but the way she eats now, it shouldn't take too long!!

    I thank you and so does Essie
    Darlene G.

    5 Stars

    My cat was diagnosed with mega colon. She takes a prescription from the vet and I give her 100ml IV fluids every 3 days. This helped somewhat. Then I started using Lax-eze powder and the drops once daily. WOW!! She goes every day now. No more straining or pain. Thank you so very much.

    Leslie

    Hello,


    You guys saved my little dogs life with your constipation cures. I will pass the word on about your comany and great products here in NYC. No more lactulose or propulid!

    AGAIN THANKS SO MUCH,
    Monika L.
    New York City, NY

    I adopted my cat Puss Puss as a stray when she was about a year old 17 years ago. During the past 6 months she was diagnosed with megacolon and had to have an enema and be cleaned out manually every 10 to 14 days. Just this week I had to have her cleaned out on Monday and Wednesday. Due to her age, surgery is not an option. Between the vet visits, the prescription food and Cisapride pills, we've been spending about $160 a month to keep her alive. In the wee hours of the morning last Sunday, January 6, I was online searching desperately for a treatment that worked, and I found Lax-Eze. Because it sounded too good to be true, I thought about ordering it (the whole kit of granules and drops) for a few days and finally did so this past Tuesday morning. It arrived this past Thursday, and she had her first dose that evening. Because her stool was so dry and hard, she had stopped pooping in her litter box all together and would go in her bed and bury it in the bedding. I gave her the maximum dosage of 2 teaspoons of the granules and 6 drops of the liquid at every feeding from Thursday evening into Friday night (last night). A little after midnight I discovered that she had vomitted and spent a restless night despairing, because she only vomits when she is completely plugged up. Just this morning my husband and I made the heart breaking decision to have her put down. After I put her in the carrier I checked her bed and discovered a small amount of defication. Then I checked her litter box and found more, and it was wet. Uncertain of what to do, I took her the vet. The examination revealed that she had very little stool in her system. The vet was surprised and recommended that I reduce the dosage of the granules to one teaspoon per feeding and see what happens. He said the fact that she used the litter box to deficate and that the defication was wet were good signs. Because she's only been on this treatment for a few days, I don't know if the success will be long lasting, but this is the best thing that has happened to us in the 6 months she's been having problems. I'll send an update after she's been on Lax-Eze for a while. It seems that it is the answer to many heartfelt prayers. I just read on the website that it's good for allergies and all other kinds of ailments, so I'm also going to start giving it to my other 2 cats (one a year old and the other 7 years old) and our 10 year old dog.

    Sincerely hopeful,
    Jamie B.
    Newton Falls, OH

    I just wanted you to know that my cat is doing extremely well on the medicine. He had stopped pooping completely and is now quite regular thanks to your medicine. It saved his life!

    Diane G.

    I just want to say thank-you for making the miracle product--Lax-Eze. My cat midnight, is 15 yrs. old and has had consitpation for over 4 years---he was on cisapride, laxatone and lactulose. All these products made him feel bad, and he still only defecated about 2-3 times per week---always straining & crying. Your product has worked wonders for him---I have to admit, I was extremely skeptical about trying the product, but felt what do I have to lose.? Personally, I firmly believe in herbal remedies. I cannot get over the new midnight---he goes to the litter box every day without straining, is back to his old self once again---no longer constantly lathrgic, and his coat is shiny & healthy looking. I am a firm believer in your products. I will do all I can to spread the word about your company & its wonderful products.

    Thank you once again.
    Tobi D.
    Pembroke Pines, FL

    Homer is a long haired cat that cleans himself regularly. I live in a warm climate, and he sheds a lot. I think that's why Homey has so much problem with hairballs (usually vomiting them up, but sometimes he becomes constipated - my vet said hair gets trapped in a feline's digestive tract causing the cat constipation). I've tried various hairball products, but I don't like using them because they are petroleum based and messy. I prefer a more natural approach. I found a product called Lax-Eze. It seemed to work immediately. The really neat part is that shedding is no longer the problem it once was, and he has never had such a shiny coat.

    Linda P.

    I am joining the club!!! This stuff is great. My poor cat had become so thin and pooped little pellets. The vet couldn't seem to find out what was wrong (we first noticed a UTI). It cleared up but the constipation didn't. For almost two years the poor cat suffered. Finally looking online I found your site. I thought why not, cheaper than the vet. I purchased the liquid and powder. We now feed her only wet food, mixed with water to make a soup and add her Lax-eze. She is back to normal and feeling so much better. It will take time to get her weight back up but the way she eats now, it shouldn't take too long!!

    I thank you and so does Essie
    Darlene G.

    I'm so glad I found your Web site. My Exotic short hair cats are too. One had problems with constipation, and the other, because of a Porto Systemic Shunt he had as a kitten, (which was fixed) but still left him with an intrahepatic shunt that couldn't be fixed. He always had stools on the loose side. I knew I couldn't put the Lax-eze in just one dish of food, as they both ate back and forth out of each other's dish. I started out with the directed amount, but neither cat would touch it. With experimenting, 3/4 of a tsp. twice a day in their cat food suits them both. The cat with the loose stools, now has normal stools, has put on weight, and generally feels better. The other Exotic, receives both the Lax-eze and the Ant-constipation formula, two to three times a day. For him, because he is such a large cat, I give him about nine drops by mouth each time. He doesn't mind the taste. We have two, much happier cats now. I won't ever be without these products, as they've proved so successful for us. I might add, both cats are on canned food. The dry food seemed to add to the constipation. They only get dry treats in a very limited amount. Why more Vets don't know about this product is amazing.

    Lynne B.

    To Customer Service, Thank you so much for helping me with my 5 year old cat, Max !!

    He was severely constipated, mainly because he was constantly eating the hair off of his paws and belly for months. Finally all that fur became impacted and he began to scream everytime he had to move his bowels. Sometimes he was able to get some out and other times not. I noticed he wouldn't go for 2 or 3 days at a time. His stools were full of fur and he was leaving the poop on my desk, in the dining room, the den...everywhere but in his litterbox. First, I tried laxatone, but after a few weeks I didn't notice any improvement.

    I took him to the Vet. He took x-rays, anesthetized him, and evacuated his impacted large intestine. He charged me $300. He told me to give him only wet food for a few days and to gave him Lactalose, a liquid, twice a day and let him know how's he doing after a week. I have 5 cats and it was difficult to tell whether he was moving his bowels. My sense was that he wasn't. Sure enough, about 10 days later, I started hearing the screaming again and saw that he wasn't getting anything out.

    I decided to order the constipation kit from Allergic Pet, after reading about it online. Before using it, I called Allergic Pet. I described the situation and they told me how to use the liquid anti-constipational drops. They said to give him a few drops immediately and then wait about 15-20 and do it again. I did it and within a half hour, I heard a slight yelp and Max had moved a good amount out of his colon. I was amazed at how quickly it had worked!

    I am now giving him the liquid twice a day and he seems like his old self, frisky and in good spirits. I'm also trying to get him to eat the powder fiber, Lax-Eze on his wet food, but it will take a little time.

    I called your customer service a 2nd time about the Lax-Eze powder and was told to start with a very small amount of powder on the wet food and gradually add more until he tolerates the new taste. I'm working on that.

    Meanwhile, I have to tell you that I've been so happy with your product that I called my vet and told him all about it. He was very interested in finding out more information and is considering recommending it to others.

    Thanks to your helpful, friendly staff! Sincerely,
    Carol R.

    Thanks for the Lax-Eze. My poor ole kitty (15) was so miserable and colon compacted we just didn't know what to do. We had tried many different methods including Vetasyl which didn't work. If the cat won't eat it in the food, it won't do any good. With Lax-Eze, my kitty eats it and it is working fine so far. We haven't been back to the vet with that problem now for over 6 weeks. This is a miracle. I have had to increase the amount once and it agrees with the cat just fine. I do add a little oil from the tuna (canned in oil) with the Lax-Eze and he eats it with no hesitation.

    Thanks so much.
    Ethel N.
    Chester, VA
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    How it Works

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    Ingredients

    Ingredients:

    Beet Pulp, Kelp, Psyllium Seed, Flax Seed, Oven Dried Chicken Liver, Papaya Leaf, Apple Fiber, Bentonite Clay (edible, safe form), Diatomaceous Earth (edible, safe form).
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    Dosage & Directions

    Lax-eze Fiber Supplement: Granules

    All pets - Start with 1/2 teaspoon to 1 teaspoon (if feeding twice a day, give twice daily). Important - increase dosage, if needed. Larger pets may need up to one tablespoon in each meal. You cannot overdose your pet on our all natural granule products. For best results, continue to use daily. Our full treatment pack combination usually produces the best results for more chronic or acute cases.

    Dogs generally accept the product well. It mixes well in soft food, but if you only feed dry food, try moistening the dry food a little so that the powder sticks to it, or mix some warm water into the powder, then mix into the dry food.

    Some cats can be a bit finicky. If you have a finicky cat, and he won't touch the food, it is probably due to the food's smell rather than taste. For finicky cats, start with a small pinch of the powder mixed in soft food the first day, then GRADUALLY increase the dosage over 10-14 days. Most cats will accept it when it is introduced slowly this way. Mix it into a small amount of canned food, and don't feed your cat any other food until he eats it. Or, you can try mixing it into anything your cat really likes (baby food, tuna or juice from tuna, etc.). For more immediate relief, mix powder into small amount of soft, canned food, make a meatball and place directly into cat's mouth (between jaw and gums), and hold mouth shut until he swallows it. Another option is to get some Nutrical (this is a high caloric nutritional supplement that comes in a tube and is sold by most vets and pet shops). Squeeze out the Nutrical, then dab it into the powder and place this into cat's mouth (Nutrical is sticky and will stick to roof of mouth.)

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    FAQ

    Q: How do I determine the proper dosage to give my pet?
    A: The dose is determined by the size of the pet and the severity of the symptoms. Lax-eze should be given with each meal. See Dosage/Directions tab for more details.
    Q: Can I overdose my pet on Lax-eze Formula?
    A: No, not as long as you stay within the recommended dosing guidelines (an exception may be that a very large pet - 100# or more, may need to dose a bit higher). This is an all natural, dietary supplement found to be safe and, generally, without serious side effects. The formula has beneficial properties with long-term use (unlike most conventional drug therapies).
    Q: When should I use the 1oz. liquid Homeopathic?
    A: It is recommended that Lax-eze granules be used in combination with the liquid homeopathic remedy when symptoms are more frequent or severe. This combination usually produces the best results (especially with cats, since they can be finicky eaters). For tips on administering the products to your pet, see Dosage/Directions tab.
    Q: Can I put the 1oz. homeopathic in my pet's food?
    A: The 1oz. homeopathic liquid will work best when put directly into the mouth (a few drops, anywhere in the mouth or on the gums - most pets do fine with this). Another option is to squirt 5-10 drops on top of food or in the water (this method may work better for very cranky pets).
    Q: Can I stop giving my pet some of the drugs the vet prescribed for constipation?
    A: It is very difficult to give a general answer to this question, since every case is different. This is a decision that should be made by you and your veterinarian. Typically, we see cases that are not responding to conventional treatment. In cases like these, it might be better to discontinue drug therapy and try a more natural approach. Our Lax-eze Full Treatment Pack has helped countless severe, chronic cases of constipation. See Success Stories.
    Q: How long will it take for Lax-eze Full Treatment Pack to work?
    A: The Lax-eze Full Treatment Pack should begin to work within one to three days for cases of chronic or acute constipation. However, this depends on administering the products at the recommended dosages. If your pet hasn't had a bowl movement for an extended period, he may be lethargic or may not be eating well. In cases like these, an enema might be indicated if the pet does not respond within a day or two. After that, be sure to use Lax-eze Full Treatment Pack with each meal daily to prevent recurrence. If your pet is not eating or drinking, and if you have reason to believe that he could be impacted, you should seek the help of your veterinarian.
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    Additional Information

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    Lax-eze Fiber Supplement: Granules

    All pets - Start with 1/2 teaspoon to 1 teaspoon (if feeding twice a day, give twice daily). Important - increase dosage, if needed. Larger pets may need up to one tablespoon in each meal. You cannot overdose your pet on our all natural granule products. For best results, continue to use daily. Our full treatment pack combination usually produces the best results for more chronic or acute cases.

    Dogs generally accept the product well. It mixes well in soft food, but if you only feed dry food, try moistening the dry food a little so that the powder sticks to it, or mix some warm water into the powder, then mix into the dry food.

    Some cats can be a bit finicky. If you have a finicky cat, and he won't touch the food, it is probably due to the food's smell rather than taste. For finicky cats, start with a small pinch of the powder mixed in soft food the first day, then GRADUALLY increase the dosage over 10-14 days. Most cats will accept it when it is introduced slowly this way. Mix it into a small amount of canned food, and don't feed your cat any other food until he eats it. Or, you can try mixing it into anything your cat really likes (baby food, tuna or juice from tuna, etc.). For more immediate relief, mix powder into small amount of soft, canned food, make a meatball and place directly into cat's mouth (between jaw and gums), and hold mouth shut until he swallows it. Another option is to get some Nutrical (this is a high caloric nutritional supplement that comes in a tube and is sold by most vets and pet shops). Squeeze out the Nutrical, then dab it into the powder and place this into cat's mouth (Nutrical is sticky and will stick to roof of mouth.)