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HomeoPet Nose Relief
HomeoPet Nose Relief 54 54
It works My cat is about 7 years old and is very sensitive to most medicine. This year it had the worst allergy ever and was in horrible condition for 3 month. I was giving HomeoPet Nose Relief to my cat for over a month. At first, I was giving it every 6 hours for 5 drops. In about 3 weeks my cat felt a little better then I gave 4 drops, about two weeks later 3 drops twice a day. Honestly, after two weeks I almost gave up. However, I still was giving it to the cat. Don?t give up too soon, IT WORKS. Another best thing about this medicine, IT IS TASTLESS. 06/22/2011
AMAZING PRODUCT My cat has suffered with a horrible stuffed nose and running eyes for a long while but in the past 3 months it had gotten so bad that he was fighting for every breath he took. We tried everything and it had really got to the point where I was so afraid I would be lose him. This product was a last resort and I am so very happy I did. Within 30 minutes of giving to him the first time I didn't hear him trying to breath and he fell into a comfortable sleep for the first time in months. I would highly recommend this product to everyone. Thank you for this awesome product. 02/17/2015
Good product My cat is close to 20 years old. After adding a few drops to his food for the last week, his sinus issues seem to be clearing up. Today he's running around acting like a crazy young cat again. It must be a factor... 12/25/2014
appears to work Pedro is 11 years old and is very energetic and healthy with the exception of his nasal congestion. He's 12 pounds and the instructions indicated he should have 3 drops/dose. This didn't seem to have much effect so we increased the dosage to four drops/dose. This appears to be the best for him. His congestion is not completely gone, but it is far better than any other meds we've given him, and hopefully he'll improve over time. There aren't any side effects that we can see, and the reduction in congestion is giving him additional energy. Good product. 09/22/2014
Seems helpful I have been putting 5 drops on little pieces of chicken for Maggie's 3 x daily dose for a week or so now and she eats the chicken eagerly. Our rescue dog Maggie is a mixture of probably several breeds, mostly Staffordshire Terrier, our vet thinks, and weighs 19 lbs. I am giving her this medication to help stop her snorting and sneezing, which she does mainly in the morning when she first wakes up - it's a productive snorting/sneezing with visible droplets. I think the drops are helping cut down the amount of her problem but I think it's too soon to say if she will be helped totally. 09/15/2014
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I am having a hard time trying to get my cat to drink her water in a small amount of water 3 times a day. Can this medication be placed in her food?
Answer:Thank you for your question. No, this cannot be mixed with food. It can either be placed directly in your furry pal's mouth or in their water.
Answer:I had a pregnant cat with allergies. I gave only three drops to her in water. She did fine and only needed two treatments.
Answer:Thank you for your question. Yes, this can be used with a pregnant cat.
Answer:Yes -- my cat may give a sneeze or 2 to clear her nose but then she is done.
Answer:This HomeoPet Nose Relief is used to help with upper respiratory problems including sinus infection and inflammation characterized by red, wet eyes, and nasal drip. So using it would help with sneezing however if your Furry Friend is having allergy issues that would be a different problem and they can continue to sneeze. You may want to use this in conjunction with Diphenhydramine 25mg Minitabs 100ct bottle item #10246. This is a very affordable antihistamine which always helps with sneezing (and itching if needed). :)
The top part of his nostrils are cracking and rough, and dry. I tried putting vasiline on the area, but he licks most of it off.It doesn't seem to bother him in anyway, but looks and feels bad! What causes this and what can I do to fix it for him?
Answer:Sounds like two possible reasons. Make sure he has water available at all times. Especially is summer dogs like all of us need plenty of clean water. Don't let the water set over night and expect him to drink it and stay healthy. Second, he could have allergies. Try allergy meds. But use small amount first and not more than three days. If symptoms continue or get worse, contact vet. He may have a fever and need more care.
Answer:Changes in texture (crusty, flaky) and color (loss of pigmentation) of a pet's nose should be looked at by your veterinarian. A prolonged dry, cracked nose, particularly with loss of pigmentation, scabs or open sores should be examined by your veterinarian sooner rather than later.
somemsytems stopped, but sneezing still persists in this cat; is it possible that this cat has a cold in view of this?
Answer:Did you first take the cat to the vet? I would verify with a vet first that the cat has allergies and not a cold or something worse. I have 3 cats and my female is the only one with congestion and sneezing. The vet did verify she has allergies and I am very persistent now in making sure she receives the drops and I have seen a major improvement. Don't give up!
Answer:My experience has been that my cat did have an upper respiratory type of infection, in addition to allergies, and it took a strong antibiotic to clear that up, so yes, it is possible that your cat may have a cold as well as allergies. That's especially true if there is mucus coming out of the cat's nose. Consult with your veterinarian.
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