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Q. What are some products to help joint/bone pain and Blue Doberman Syndrome? Piano can't eat anything other than dry food or he gets diherrea of days.

A. Our Only Natural Pet Get Up & Go is an excellent pain reliever and anti-inflammatory for joint pain:

http://www.onlynaturalpet.com/products/Only-Natural-Pet-Get-Up-Go/999163.aspx

As for Blue Doberman Syndrome, since it is a genetic disorder there is little that can be done to fully correct the issue. Fish Oil is a great way to support skin/coat health, but again it won't completely correct the problem. Veterinarians can prescribe an appropriate moisturizing shampoo, however using an inappropriate shampoo will make the problem worse due to the sensitivity of the skin so be sure to consult a veterinarian beforehand. You can find a Holistic Veterinarian here in the US through the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association:

www.ahvma.org

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A. Our Only Natural Pet Get Up & Go is an excellent pain reliever and anti-inflammatory for joint pain:

http://www.onlynaturalpet.com/products/Only-Natural-Pet-Get-Up-Go/999163.aspx

As for Blue Doberman Syndrome, since it is a genetic disorder there is little that can be done to fully correct the issue. Fish Oil is a great way to support skin/coat health, but again it won't completely correct the problem. Veterinarians can prescribe an appropriate moisturizing shampoo, however using an inappropriate shampoo will make the problem worse due to the sensitivity of the skin so be sure to consult a veterinarian beforehand. You can find a Holistic Veterinarian here in the US through the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association:

www.ahvma.org

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