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Senior citizen rejuvenated Our 13-year-old rescue Cindy has been having more and more difficulty walking and getting up from a seated position. After about a week of Yucca Intensive she is walking more easily. Cindy is a therapy dog and today we even did a visit at a local nursing home. She hasn't done a visit in a long time; today she pulled me right through the automatic entrance doors into the lobby. 09/08/2012
How Yucca Intensive has helped our beautiful brown My brown standard poodle is almost 10 years old, in August. He is in good shape for his age, but sometimes had a hard time getting up. I decided to try the Yucca drops to see if it helped Max. He has been getting the drops for about 5 weeks now, he jumps up very fast, when he wants to, but doesn't seem to struggle to get up like he used to. I am grateful for a wide variety of your products. I will keep Max on these drops since it helps him. Thank you , Cindy 03/14/2011
Yucca As a holistic-oriented veterinarian, I am always looking for nondrug alternatives to help our pets who suffer from many chronic inflammatory disorders, including crippling arthritis, frustrating itchy skin allergies, and inflammatory digestive disorders. In my 17 year veterinary career I have often been disappointed by "supposed" new miracle cures that are always coming across my desk or that clients share with me from the internet. When the great company azmira developed their version of Yucca, I was very excited to try it for some of these difficult conditions, especially given the lack of truly effective natural alternatives that work. After using this product for a few years now, I can say that it is an outstanding, and proven safe all natural supplement. With its powerful natural steroidal saponins, the anti inflammatory effects for skin, digestive and joint disorders has led to remarkable results in treating these conditions. I have often combined using this product, along with the powerful antioxidant proanthozone, and the Super Pure omega 3 fatty acids from 1800petmeds to all work together in helping naturally each of these frustrating conditions. Because of the reduced blood flow from injured tissue swelling and inflammation, yucca can help cleanse the liver and kidneys as well by promoting blood flow and tissue repair. The only downside I see to using this product is its bitter taste, which does make it difficult to administer to some animals. This is a plus, however when using the product topically to treat allergic hot spots on the skin, or to prevent a pet from biting or gnawing at a certain area of the body. Some tips I have given clients in easing administration, is to perhaps give the yucca orally in a little gravy, olive oil, a pets favorite canned food, yogurt, or with some peanut butter on a piece of small bread. This often gets around the bitter taste of this highly concentrated product. However those who try it, especially with the above synergistic supplements, will not be disappointed in most cases. I give this product an overall rating of 5, an effectiveness of 4.5, and a taste of 2(however with the above tips, administering it should not be a problem 09/08/2008
Disapointing Our dog has allergies. Lots of allergies and I was hopping to avoid the allergy shots with this. He had been on prednisone which has side affects, bad side affects. We had taken him off that and was hopping this would work as a replacement, since it was natural. It didn't work in our case. Even with an increased dose it did not work. Still scratching and licking. 02/17/2015
Great in conjunction with allergy meds I started using this product because my cat has terrible allergies that leave him with open hot spots on his neck. It is not a cure-all for him, but used in conjunction with Zyrtec allergy pills his hot spots have been gone for months. If we miss a dose or two of Yucca he gets itchy again so I know the Yucca is a major help. I mix the Yucca with a little extra low sodium tuna to get him to take it and haven't had a problem so far. 12/21/2014
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Is Yucca safe and or helpful for dogs with liver inflammation, and high liver enzymes?
Answer:Please consult with your vet prior to using this product on your furry pal due to their medical condition.
Answer:You can certainly give Yucca a try. I use it in conjunction with an allergy pill my vet suggested.
As I understand it, Benedryl is not a quick solution for itching, and there are negative side-effects such as drowsiness.
The best thing you can do is consult a vet to find the cause of the problem, and discuss potential meds. It could be as simple as an over-the-counter allergy pill. But only your vet can tell you the correct med and dosage for your vet.
Answer:It is my understanding (as a non-veterinarian) that you can apply this product to a hot spot to discourage chewing, as the taste is extremely bitter. I wouldn't apply it to an open wound though.
The ASPCA and Pet Poison Helpline lists Yucca as toxic to cats, dogs and horses. How is this product different? Is it the root that is not toxic? Is it a different species? Or is it diluted or given in such a small dose so it is no longer toxic?
Answer:Thank you for your question. Once the Yucca has been diluted, it is not harmful due to the low dosage your furry pal will be receiving.
Answer:Please consult with your vet prior to using both products on your furry pal.
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