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Use PetAlive Sinu-Rite To:
1.Treat acute sinus infections in pets.
2.Relieve inflammation, discharge, congestion & discomfort associated with sinusitis.
3.Prevent recurrence of chronic sinus infections.
4.Strengthen your petís immune system against infection.
5.Treat acute sinus infections in pets.
6.Relieve inflammation, discharge, congestion & discomfort associated with sinusitis.
7.Prevent recurrence of chronic sinus infections.
8.Strengthen your petís immune system against infection.
Pets Sinus infections
The sinuses are bony cavities in the skull that meet up with the nasal cavities and are prone to infection, especially after a cold or other upper respiratory tract infection.
In cats and dogs, sinus infections may be caused by bacteria, fungi or viruses and are sometimes even associated with tooth abscesses. Sinusitis (inflammation of the sinuses) may also be caused by non-infectious ailments such as allergies.
How will I know if my pet has a sinus infection?
Typical signs of a sinus infection are sneezing, discharge from the eyes and nose, coughing or gagging and a postnasal drip. If your pet has never had such an illness before, it may be wise to have your vet investigate with X-rays or other tests to confirm a sinus infection.
If your pet has had sinusitis before, you will probably recognize the signs. Cats with a sinus infection may stop eating due to a decrease in their sense of smell.
How are sinus infections usually treated?
Sinus infections are usually treated with antibiotic drugs which are prescribed long-term in order to achieve penetration of the drug into the sinuses. Anti-inflammatory drugs are sometimes also used. Pets who are prone to recurrent sinus infections may be prescribed chronic medication for prevention.
Although antibiotics and anti-inflammatories may be useful in clearing the symptoms of sinus infection in pets, long term usage is not always the best thing for your pet's overall health profile. Long term use of anti-inflammatories may also lead to further complications, including stomach ulcers and other digestive problems.
How can natural remedies help?
The immune system plays a large part in preventing sinus infections from occurring in the first place. Unfortunately, repeated antibiotic and anti-inflammatory treatment may further compromise immune functioning, making your pet more susceptible to recurring infection.
Using a more holistic approach, natural remedies can help to safely reduce your petís symptoms of sinusitis, 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 is PetAlive Sinu-Rite?
PetAlive Sinu-Rite is a 100% natural blend of herbal and homeopathic ingredients specially selected for the treatment of sinusitis in pets.
What are the PetAlive Sinu-Rite Ingredients?
Nat. Mur (D6)
Kali. bich (30C)
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 Sinu-Rite?
Tablets may be crushed and sprinkled on the tongue or taken whole. Many pets, especially dogs, will willingly take Sinu-Rite tablets directly from your hand, making the remedy very easy to administer. Continue for 3 - 5 days after symptoms subside.
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.
How long until I see results?
Your petís symptoms should start to improve within a few days of beginning the remedy. Use Sinu-Rite again at the very first signs of a recurring infection to stop sinusitis in its tracks!
How long will a bottle last?
One bottle of 125 tablets will last between 1 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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