Pet-Med Flea and Skin Support Spray - Short Dated
Short Dated till August 2021
Naturo Pharm's Pet-Med Flea and Skin Support has been formulated to support healthy skin, provide relief from the common symptoms associated with fleas and assist in building immune resistance to common fleas.
Fleas are frequent but unwelcome guests, creating a lot of discomfort for our pets. Symptoms range from scratching, licking and biting to allergic dermatitis, hair loss, anaemia and tapeworm.
Fleas are very active insects that spread easily and therefore regular flea treatments are recommended, but as with most chemical substances, they may cause further side-effects and discomfort.
A healthy skin provides greater resistance to fleas.
Naturo Pharm's Pet-Med Flea and Skin Support is not aimed at replacing flea treatments, but can be used as a support during treatment.
Pet-Med Flea and Skin Support contains the homoeopathic remedies Apis, Ctenocepalides Canis and Felis, Dolichos, Filix Mas, Grindelia, Ledum and Sulphur in an alcohol-free glycerine and purified water base.
Acute: 2 Sprays every 15 minutes for up to 6 doses.
Chronic: 2 Sprays 3 times a day until symptoms improve.
For ongoing support: Start by giving 2 sprays 3 times a day for 3 days and then give 2 sprays weekly.
Repeat the 3 day-intensive treatment every 2 months.
â€‹The spray form is easy to administer and has a fast absorption rate, but we all know administering medicines to pet's can be tricky. Firstly try lifting the side of the lip and spraying directly into the mouth. Alternatively spray into a spoon of water and place or syringe into the mouth. If all else fails spray onto a treat or add to their water bowl.
Glycerine is a bit sticky - so give the nozzle a wipe after application.
Naturo Pharm's Pet-Med Flea and Skin Support is not aimed at replacing flea treatments, but can be used as a support during treatment.Reduce frequency if symptoms improve and stop use if symptoms are alleviated. Equally, if symptoms persist or worsen, stop taking the remedy immediately and consult your healthcare professional.