An elderly rabbit with an abscess in his jaw and difficulty eating can’t have surgery to treat it, so antibiotics are chosen, but these take time to work. Meanwhile, Marco the rabbit needs nourishment to keep going, and EmerAid was the one supplement he ate.Read More
EmerAid is quickly put to use by the Luna Mars Animal Project Inc. to help save the lives of two separate cats needing nutritional support.Read More
A kitten that weighed only a few ounces is saved from death by poor nutrition when the St. Charles County Pet Adoption Center nurses her back to health, with EmerAid as one of the treatments.Read More
Megaesophagus causes many concerns for dogs, but Earl the dog found some help from EmerAid to make maintaining his weight and keeping hydrated easier.Read More
When a much-loved bearded dragon lost his appetite and stopped having bowel movements for no apparent reason, his human family used EmerAid to keep him going until he recovered.Read More
When illness robs a senior cat of his ability to eat, Best Friends Animal Society steps in with EmerAid feedings that already have him feeling better.Read More
I am happy to say that my two ill degus are fit and well, living life to the full. I never thought I would see them happy and pain-free ever again. I’m so grateful to my friend who told me about this miracle food and the company that makes it. — Degu Heaven Sanctuary, East Midlands, United KingdomRead More
Rico is now bright, alert, and active. He purrs when you talk to him, gives head butts to the cage, and loves life again ─ thanks to EmerAid!Read More
I’m now weaning him back to real food… and he loves EmerAid Sustain HDN, too.
— LeAnn Wagner of Indiana
It’s very easy to use.
— Heather W. Barron,DVM, DABVP (Avian Practice); Hospital Director
I have definitely noticed an improvement in my survival rates.
— Cyndi Brown, DVM, DABVP (Avian Practice)
There really isn’t any other product on the market like it.
— Bob Dahlhausen, DVM; Owner
EmerAid products have been in our clinic since Day 1.
— Tom Tully, DVM, DABVP (Avian Practice), DECZM (Avian)
Many rabbits and guinea pigs are too critical to be fed what is essentially ground pellets or hay.
— Simon Starkey, BVSc, Ph.D, Dipl. ABVP (Avian); The Center for Avian & Exotic Medicine