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Home  |  Herbal Remedies for Animals  |  Pets Ear, Eye, Oral, Respiratory  |  PetAlive Respo-K Natural Remedy For Pets Colds, Sneezing & Coughing
PetAlive Respo-K Natural Remedy For Pets Colds, Sneezing & Coughing [810845013185]
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PetAlive Respo-K is a natural remedy to treat the symptoms of colds, upper respiratory infections in puppies, congestion, dog cough & cat sneezing.

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Use PetAlive Respo-K to:
1.For acute treatment of colds and respiratory infections in pets.
2.To reduce symptoms of sneezing, coughing, watery eyes and nose.
3.To decrease recovery time from respiratory infections.
4.To strengthen your pet's immune system and prevent recurrence.
5.For prevention of secondary infections of the sinuses or lungs.


Respiratory infections in pets
If you have noticed signs of lethargy, coughing, sneezing, fever and runny eyes or nose, then your pet is probably suffering from a cold or upper respiratory infection. This is an infection of the nose, throat and upper airways similar to when humans get a cold or flu. Cats are particularly prone to respiratory infections, but dogs can also contract them, including the common problem of kennel cough.
You may also notice that your pet has stopped eating; this happens particularly to cats because their appetites are primarily driven by smell. If a catís nose is blocked and he cannot smell, he will probably become more picky about what he will eat or stop eating altogether for a few days.
Like humans, pets are also susceptible to secondary sinus and chest infections that can result from an untreated cold or initial upper respiratory infection.
Although respiratory infections usually resolve within about 7-10 days, very young or very old pets may be at serious risk when infected with a cold or respiratory infection. For this reason, one should never ignore a petís illness. Prompt attention and treatment will save your pet much discomfort and, in weaker animals, may even save their life.

What causes respiratory infections in pets?
Various harmful organisms like viruses and bacteria can cause upper respiratory infections in pets and the nose, eyes, throat and sinuses may all be involved. These may be contagious among pets, but the organisms that affect pets are usually different from those affecting humans so catching a cold from your pet, or the other way around, should not be a concern.
Viruses and bacteria will cause illness much more readily in pets with weakened immune systems caused by another illness, poor diet and unhealthy lifestyle or advanced age.

What is the conventional treatment for respiratory infections?
Antibiotics are the usual treatment for respiratory infections and are generally effective in clearing bacterial infections. While antibiotics are not effective in viral infections like colds and flu, they are often prescribed prophylactically in order to prevent secondary infections (which are often bacterial).
Despite their initial efficacy, the downside of antibiotic drugs is that they reduce immune functioning, making your pet vulnerable to recurrence or other illness and infection. A vet may also prescribe medications for relief of congestion and other symptoms.


How can natural remedies help?
Natural remedies can help to safely reduce your petís unpleasant symptoms during an upper respiratory tract infection, cut recovery time and also strengthen the immune system to prevent recurring infection. Due to the high safety profile of the ingredients, our natural remedies are also free of side-effects.


What are the PetAlive Respo-K Ingredients?
Calc. sulph. (D6)
Ferrum phos. (D6)
Hepar. Sulph. (12C)
Mullein leaves
Elder flowers

Our products contain no animal products, gluten, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Manufactured according to the highest pharmaceutical standards. Individual ingredients are well-researched and are natural, safe and effective.


How do I use PetAlive Respo-K?
Tablets may be crushed and sprinkled on the tongue or taken whole. Continue for 3 - 5 days after symptoms subside.
DOSAGE:
Cats and small dogs: One tablet 3 - 5 times daily.
Medium dogs: Two tablets 3 - 5 times daily.
Large dogs: Three tablets 3 - 5 times daily.
CAUTION:
Safety during pregnancy and lactation has not yet been established.
NOTE: May be used in conjunction with K-C Defense in cases of kennel cough in dogs.


How long until I see results?
Your petís symptoms should start to improve within a day or two of beginning the remedy or even sooner. Respo-K will also cut recovery time, bringing your pet back to good health within a few days.


Dietary recommendations for optimal health and immune functioning.
Many holistic vets will agree that the more raw food (as opposed to cooked meals or dried commercial pet food) the animal eats, the fewer general health problems there will be. Ideally the best diet for a cat or dog is one which most closely resembles that which he would find in the wild.
For cats, who are largely carnivorous, this should consist of mainly raw meat (minced beef and chicken, chicken livers) mixed with a little bone meal and a small amount of some grated carrot or finely chopped greens like spinach.
Dogs will do well if more chopped and grated raw vegetables are added to their diets. We also recommend raw meat and raw bones for dogs, mixed with grated raw vegetables and chopped salads.
A teaspoon or two of olive oil added to the meal every day (depending on size) will also be beneficial. Do not give your animals any milk at all - nor products containing sugar. Animals who follow this type of diet are usually completely infection and allergy free.
Remember that you should not try to change your pet's diet overnight, especially if the animal is elderly. Slowly introduce new foods and allow the digestive system to become accustomed to the new diet.


How long will a bottle last?
One bottle of 125 tablets will last between one and 6 weeks, depending on the size and dosage needs of your pet.


Disclaimer:: The information on this website is intended for educational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure and is not a substitute for a professional consultation with a medical or health professional. Do not make any changes or additions to your prescription medicine without first consulting your doctor. Should symptoms persist, please consult your doctor.


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