The Diabetic Aid tag is programmed to address blood sugar levels in pets. Pets will receive the energetic’s found in enzymes that can be lost in the production
of packaged pet foods, or if they are habitually fed snacks
from their owners processed food.
Note: This is a complementary therapy, and is not meant as a replacement for insulin.
The purpose of this tag is to energetically help the diabetic pet to function more efficiently.
The pancreas produces the digestive enzymes that aid in proper digestion and also produces hormones which help to regulate glucose levels. When glucose levels are too high excess glucose is stored in the liver.
The Diabetic Aid tag is intended to assist the liver and pancreas establish a more normal function. Although the insulin level of some cats can be managed with diet this is not always the case with dogs; this tag will however benefit all diabetic pets.
If the pet is entering the pre-diabetic phase the Diabetic Aid tag plus exercise would be a good therapy combination to start regulating the insulin level.
Diabetic dogs can develop cataracts, but it is not common in diabetic cats. If a dog has developed cataracts due to diabetes The Vision Aid Tag could be beneficial.
Application: Attach one Tag to the collar of the Pet using the zipper tie.
Tighten it almost up to the collar so that it is near to the body of the Pet. Do not leave it hanging low.
Change the Tag once a week. The packet contains four Tags; one month supply.
If the Pet needs more than one Tag at a time mark the number of the tag on the back using a marker pen, to identify them. Use no more than three different Tags at one time.
Please note: Do not store near any electronic equipment.
For protection during mailing the plastic bag is programmed along with the Tags, always store the tags in the bag.