Cleansing herbs


https://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/top-5-cleansing-herbs/

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Blue Power Ear Infection Treatment


INGREDIENTS:16 Oz. bottle of Witch Hazel

4 Tablespoons of Boric Acid Powder

16 Drops of Gentian Violet Solution 1% (You can have any pharamcy order this for you. Aprox $15 a bottle)

Mix together in Witch Hazel bottle and shake well.You will need to shake solution every time you use it to disperse the Boric Acid Powder.

Purchase a flexible plastic bottle with the opening at the top so that the solution may be gently squeezed out and dispense solution to affected ears. The ideal is a hair-dye bottleavailable at a pharmacy, Wal-Mart, Target, etc, or a beauty supply store.All information on treatment and other valid information is on the link before.

Disclaimer: The suggestions in this post are based on experience and research. They are not meant to replace proper veterinary care. Carnivore Carry Out assumes no responsibility or liability for the use of the information in this post, as it is provided as a general resource and we are unable to monitor its use with all readers. If you have any concerns about your pet’s health, please contact your holistic veterinarian or other competent professional..

Recipe for a Natural Dog Shampoo That Won’t Strip Natural Oils


http://pets.thenest.com/recipe-natural-dog-shampoo-wont-strip-natural-oils-8813.html

Natural dog shampoos often are expensive, so making your own can help your budget. The combination of gentle, natural ingredients in this homemade dog shampoo will leave your pup with a shiny, healthy coat, moisturized skin and a great smell — and it won’t strip natural oils from his fur.

Castile Soap

Made from olive oil, Castile soap is an all-natural, vegetable-based soap that is gentle and moisturizing. It is an excellent ingredient for a gentle, homemade dog shampoo. Castile soap comes in both liquid and solid forms. It can be used alone in its solid form with water to bathe dogs, or in its liquid form, which you can combine with other natural ingredients to create an all-natural pet shampoo. Castile soap can be purchased online or in many health food stores. It is relatively inexpensive, and can be used as an all-natural shampoo or soap for humans as well.

Vinegar

White vinegar or apple cider vinegar is a natural ingredient that can be added to homemade dog shampoo. It has antibacterial properties and also serves as a deodorant. While vinegar smells pungent, its odor does not linger once it has been washed off your dog. Vinegar will also help to keep your dog’s coat shiny.

Vegetable Glycerin

Vegetable glycerin helps to keep your dog’s coat and skin moisturized while the soap does its job. The glycerin both prevents stripping of the oil from your dog’s fur, and replaces natural oils if necessary, leaving the coat clean, soft, shiny and healthy. Vegetable glycerin is available in health stores, and it can also be found in the baking and soap-making sections of craft or hobby stores.

Essential Oils

Certain essential oils leave your dog feeling refreshed and smelling like a million bucks. Use them to tailor your dog’s shampoo to your liking. Choose from orange, lemon, lavender and rose oils, and add just three or four drops to the shampoo mixture. Lavender essential oil helps to prevent flea infestations, so adding it to your shampoo recipe provides a bonus for your pet.Exercise caution when you use essential oils. Some, such as pennyroyal and tea tree, can be hazardous to your pet. It’s a good idea to consult with your veterinarian about safe and unsafe essential oils before you select one for your pet’s shampoo.

The Recipe

Use a funnel to pour 1/2 cup of liquid Castile soap into a small, lidded bottle. Add 1/4 cup of either white or apple cider vinegar, one tablespoon of vegetable glycerin or olive oil, and two tablespoons of water. You can add three or four drops of essential oils if you choose. Shake the bottle gently to mix the ingredients. The soap will hold the ingredients together, but gently shake the shampoo before each use to ensure it is properly mixed.

Directions for Use

Wet your canine pal with warm water. Lather the shampoo gently through his fur down to his skin. Take special care to avoid his eyes, as the mixture will sting them. Rinse thoroughly to remove all traces of the shampoo. Groom your buddy as needed.

Colloidal silver dosage chart


http://www.silversafety.com/Pyramid.pdf

Disclaimer: The suggestions in this post are based on experience and research. They are not meant to replace proper veterinary care. Carnivore Carry Out assumes no responsibility or liability for the use of the information in this post, as it is provided as a general resource and we are unable to monitor its use with all readers. If you have any concerns about your pet’s health, please contact your holistic veterinarian or other competent professional.

Could Undiagnosed Symptoms Be Thyroid? It Might Be Better To Be Safe Than Sorry.


Dry skin, thinning hair, habitual grooming, weight gain/loss, allergy-like sniffles are just a few symptoms.

Unfortunately, there are so many symptoms and not every person/animal gets the same combos of issues so it is hard to detect. Also, the standard tests they use to determine malfunction can be inaccurate because you can be producing enough hormones so the blood hormone level appear within range, but the hormones may not be absorbed at the cellular level so they are still thyroid malfunctioned. Kind of like insulin resistance, but having to do with thyroid hormones being absorbed and used by the cells. It is a tuff one, but I know from experience how important it is to get a timely diagnosis.

By the time I was able to get my cats diagnosed (the first vet diagnosed my little girl with a seasonal bacterial infection and prescribed antibiotics, unfortunately he was wrong) it was too late to do any mild maintenance meds. When it persisted, I took her to another vet because she had some of the same symptoms as I did with hypothyroidism and requested they test her for thyroid issues. It was too late to save my little girl as her heart enlarged beyond treatment (per Michigan State) and they recommended she be put down as she was in late stages of heart failure and would suffer.

My boy was showing no symptoms except a little weight loss, but I attributed that to changing their food. After I had to put his sister down I took him in and he too had heart issues, but not quite as bad. He had complications with the thyroid meds (face swelled up) so I had to resort to radioactive iodine therapy. Bad news! He had to be left for a week at the vets, he had heart failure from it, but was revived and then was quarantined for two weeks once home because he was still radioactive to all. It seemed to work, but one year later he developed a tumor in his mouth (I am sure it was from the treatment) and could not endure surgery to remove it so I had to put him down too. $5,000 later and I lost both cats anyway. It broke my heart and my trust in veterinary medicine..

Sorry this was so long, but I wanted to enunciate how important an early diagnosis can be to avoid their archaic treatments as the condition worsens. In hindsight, I should have followed my gut when I felt weird about the first diagnosis, but I gave them misplaced trust. I would also have seen about putting them on a natural thyroid med and declining any macabre modern medicine that made them suffer further. And just letting nature take its course until they had to be put down to prevent suffering. Live and learn, sometimes the hard way.

It may be nothing, but a kitty with a lusty appetite, but then again. It is best to eliminate it from the picture, the earlier the better just in case.

DieselDogs Kennel These can all be signs of thyroid damage. I was recently at MSU and this is what they told me about allergies. A dog/puppy that has skin issues and allergies under 1 yr old probably has a bad thyroid. Dogs older than 1yr that become allergic to things can be attributed generally to environmental or food allergies. Some environmental allergies are genetic and passed down from the mother.

Andrea Thompson: Behavior (beyond being lethargic) can also be influenced by thyroid. It can lead to aggression in some cases.

Disclaimer: The suggestions in this post are based on experience and research. They are not meant to replace proper veterinary care. Carnivore Carry Out assumes no responsibility or liability for the use of the information in this post, as it is provided as a general resource and we are unable to monitor its use with all readers. If you have any concerns about your pet’s health, please contact your holistic veterinarian or other competent professional.

Cat Worming Chart


Panacur (Fenbendazole) is dosed at 23 mg/lb (50 mg/kg) once daily for 5 days For Giardia. Once daily for 3 days for roundworms (repeat in 2-3 weeks) Safeguard is the same as Panacur but no RX is need from your vet. You can purchase 125ml of it at Tractor Supply for $19.00.

Panacur is considered safe in pregnant and lactating queens and kittens.

If you are using the 10% paste or 10% liquid (100 mg/ml), take the weight of thecat/kitten and multiply by 23 mg/lb then divide by 100 mg/ml or see schedulebelow.

0.5 lb 12 mg .1 ml

1.0 lb 23 mg .2 ml

1.25 lb 29 mg .3 ml

1.5 lb 35 mg .3 ml

1.75 lb 40 mg .4 ml

2.0 lb 46 mg .5 ml

2.25 lb 52 mg .5 ml

2.5 lb 58 mg .6 ml

2.75 lb 63 mg .6 ml

3.0 lb 69 mg .7 ml

3.25 lb 75 mg .8 ml

3.5 lb 81 mg .8 ml

3.75 lb 86 mg .9 ml

4.0 lb 92 mg .9 ml

4.25 lb 98 mg 1.0 ml

4.5 lb 104 mg 1.0 ml

4.75 lb 109 mg 1.1 ml

5.0 lb 115 mg 1.2 ml

5.25 lb 121 mg 1.2 ml

5.5 lb 127 mg 1.3 ml

5.75 lb 132 mg 1.3 ml

6.0 lb 138 mg 1.4 ml

6.25 lb 144 mg 1.4 ml

6.5 lb 150 mg 1.5 ml

6.75 lb 155 mg 1.6 ml

7.0 lb 161 mg 1.6 ml

7.25 lb 167 mg 1.7 ml

7.5 lb 173 mg 1.7 ml

7.75 lb 178 mg 1.8 ml

8.0 lb 184 mg 1.8 ml

8.5 lb 196 mg 2.0 ml

9.0 lb 207 mg 2.1 ml

9.5 lb 219 mg 2.2 ml

10.0 lb 230 mg 2.3 ml

10.5 lb 242 mg 2.4 ml

11.0 lb 253 mg 2.5 ml

11.5 lb 265 mg 2.6 ml

12.0 lb 276 mg 2.8 ml

12.5 lb 288 mg 2.9 ml

13.0 lb 299 mg 3.0 ml

13.5 lb 311 mg 3.1 ml

14.0 lb 322 mg 3.2 ml

14.5 lb 334 mg 3.3 ml

15.0 lb 345 mg 3.5 ml

15.5 lb 357 mg 3.6 ml

16.0 lb 368 mg 3.7 ml

16.5 lb 380 mg 3.8 ml

17.0 lb 391 mg 3.9 ml

17.5 lb 403 mg 4.0 ml

18.0 lb 414 mg 4.1 ml

18.5 lb 426 mg 4.3 ml

19.0 lb 437 mg 4.4 ml

19.5 lb 449 mg 4.5 ml

20.0 lb 460 mg 4.6 ml

Fenbendazole is a very safe drug. Adverse reactions and toxicities are unlikely –

Here is an excellent site to tell you which drugs can or CANNOT be used with cats.

 

http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=1+2139&aid=892

Disclaimer: The suggestions in this post are based on experience and research. They are not meant to replace proper veterinary care. Carnivore Carry Out assumes no responsibility or liability for the use of the information in this post, as it is provided as a general resource and we are unable to monitor its use with all readers. If you have any concerns about your pet’s health, please contact your holistic veterinarian or other competent professional..

The Health Benefits To Using Witch Hazel


What is Witch Hazel? Have a dog with an ear infection? Try witch hazel.

Witch Hazel (also know as Hamamelis) is a flowering plant popular for its health benefits and ornamental purposes. It grows in beautiful clusters of rich yellow to orange-red flowers. Its North American species are also known as Snapping Hazel, Spotted Alder, Tobacco Wood, and Winterbloom since the flowers begin to grow in the autumn and continue to expand throughout the winter. Due to its antiseptic and antibacterial qualities the extract derived from the twigs, bark, and leaves of Witch Hazel is often used in skin ointments, astringents, aftershave lotions, soaps and shower gels. The seeds of Witch Hazel, also known as Hazel Nuts, are edible and are used to extract oil used in the treatment of many skin and health conditions.

What are the Benefits of Witch Hazel?

Witch Hazel has been used in the treatment of many health conditions by the Japanese, Chinese and Native Americans for centuries. The tannins, volatile oils, gallic acid, resin, flavonoids (procyanidins), and other natural components in it give Witch Hazel its astringent, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic qualities. Therefore, Witch Hazel teas, oils, and extracts are widely used in the treatment of many skin conditions such as:

  • Cuts and bruises
  • Burns
  • Itchy and irritated skin
  • Puffy eyes
  • Insect bites and bee stings
  • Acne
  • Dermatitis
  • Blemishes
  • Cold sores
  • Eczema
  • Boils
  • Poison Ivy

The plant has also been found to be useful for many other non-skin related health conditions, including:

  • Bleeding and sore gums
  • Dandruff
  • Diarrhea and dysentery
  • Ulcers
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Arthritis pain
  • Sprains
  • Stiff muscles
  • Varicose veins
  • Heavy menstruation

The antioxidant and anti-aging properties of Witch Hazel may also be helpful with UV radiation damage, wrinkles, and other aging symptoms.

Uses of Witch Hazel

Skin Problems

 Studies have shown that Witch Hazel possesses anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and astringent properties which may be beneficial in the treatment of boils, pimples, acne, blemishes, razor cuts, bruises, insect bites, poison ivy, dermatitis, porous facial skin, carpenter’s hands, cracked heals, nail and foot infection, eczema, cold sores, and wrinkles. Witch Hazel extract or oil can be applied directly onto the affected area or can be mixed in equal portion of Isopropyl (rubbing) Alcohol before the application. For sensitive skin, Witch Hazel can be diluted in equal portion of water, Arnica Oil or Extra Virgin Olive Oil and applied 2-3 times daily. Also, the application of ointments and creams with Witch Hazel extract may be beneficial in the treatment of many of these skin ailments. However, it should not be applied on seriously ruptured skin.

Hemorrhoids

A few studies show that the Flavonoids, Tannins and other chemicals in Witch Hazel may help in tightening, constricting and healing of the distressed and damaged blood vessels responsible for causing hemorrhoids. A simple home remedy is to make Witch Hazel tea by boiling one teaspoon of Witch Hazel in one cup for 15-20 minutes or until water is reduced to 1/4 cup. Take a couple of round cotton balls no bigger than a walnut in size or a few small squares made with 3-4 layers of cotton gauze or clean unbleached cotton cloth. Dab one piece of cotton ball or cotton cloth in lukewarm Witch Hazel tea and apply it for 2-3 minutes onto the hemorrhoids and then replace it with a new and fresh piece. Repeat the process for 10-15 minutes after every bowel movement and at night before going to bed. By repeating it at regular intervals the anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties of Which Hazel may reduce the swelling in a few days. Note that the tea can be replaced with Witch Hazel non-alcoholic water which is available at most herbal food stores. If your hemorrhoids are due to constipation, it is also important to consume plenty of fiber and drink at least 6-8 glasses of water per day to help soften the stools.

Post-natal Tearing (or Episiotomy) of the Perineum

The anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties of Witch Hazel oil may help heal and relieve the pain and inflammation caused by the tearing or episiotomy after birth. Simply put a few drops of the oil onto a sanitary pad before applying it over the perineum area. You can also fill a peri-bottle (squirt bottle) with a glass of lukewarm water and add 5-6 drops of Witch Hazel oil in it. Mix it well and use this water as a rinse after urination and defecation to cleanse and avoid any bacterial infection and inflammation. Pat dry or air dry the perineum area.

Varicose Veins

A few studies have found that Witch Hazel contains polyphenols and other important herbal and chemical components which may help with swollen and knotty Varicose Veins and damaged blood vessels under the skin. Simply soak a wash cloth in a solution made by mixing 10-15 drops of Witch Hazel extract into a cup of lukewarm water and apply it over the affected area. While applying the soak, keep your legs flat on a straight surface. Repeat this process 2-3 times daily for 10-15 minutes especially before going to bed. After the soak, Witch Hazel mixed in equal amount of Horse Chestnut oil may be applied to enhance its effectiveness. Also wearing support stockings can be helpful. However, any kind of massage or applying of pressure is not recommended for Varicose Veins.

Diaper Rash

Witch Hazel has been used in the prevention and treatment of minor diaper rashes for ages. Simply wipe the affected area with diluted Witch Hazel tea or oil after every diaper change.

Sore Gums, Sore Throat, Laryngitis

The antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and astringent activity of Witch Hazel may help shrink and heal inflamed and sore throats, gums and larynx. A simple home remedy to treat Gingivitis, Laryngitis and sore throat is to make a tea by boiling one teaspoon of Witch Hazel in one cup of boiling water for about 10 minutes. Or mix 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of Witch Hazel extract and 2-3 drops of Clove Oil in a lukewarm cup of water. Use this concoction for gargling and as a mouth wash 3-4 times daily.

Sprains and Bruises

Witch Hazel is considered a wonderful topical home remedy for treating bruises, inflamed and painful joints, and sprains. Simply apply Witch Hazel oil following the directions on the package onto the affected area daily. At night, put a few drops of the oil on a piece of cotton strip and wrap it around the sprained or inflamed joint overnight.

Diarrhea and Dysentery

Witch Hazel tea made in combination with these herbs has shown to be beneficial in the treatment of Diarrhea, Stomach Flu, Colitis or Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Dysentery and other intestinal illnesses. To relieve the discomfort caused by these intestinal conditions, make a tea by adding 1 tbsp each of dried Chamomile, Mint, Witch Hazel and Thyme to a boiling quart of water. Let it simmer for 5-7 minutes and sip one cup throughout the day. The rest of the tea can be refrigerated for a few days. If all the other ingredients are not available, a simpler tea can be made using only one teaspoon of Witch Hazel mixed into a cup of boiling water and simmered for 5-7 minutes.

What are the Side Effects of Witch Hazel?

In the USA, Witch Hazel is an FDA approved herbal product for medicinal purposes. There are not any known severe side effects of using this herb. However, oral overdose of Witch Hazel may cause allergic reactions such as rash, itchiness or inflammation, trouble breathing, dizziness, nausea or upset stomach. Therefore, oral consumption should be done only under close supervision of your health care provider and if you feel any kind of adverse symptoms, contact your physician immediately. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding it is highly recommended that you consult your doctor before using Witch Hazel.

Where and How to Buy Witch Hazel

Witch Hazel can be purchased at herbal food stores, pharmacies and many department or grocery stores. It is strongly advised to read the package labels closely since Witch hazel is available in formulas which are made separately for external and internal use. The Witch Hazel which is packaged for external use often contains isopropyl alcohol. When buying it for facial use, look for 100% Organic Witch Hazel Hydrosol, since it is milder and more beneficial for sensitive skin. The Hydrosol version is also distilled slowly and under low pressure with pure water which helps preserve all the herbal and medicinal components of the plant.

Disclaimer: The suggestions in this post are based on experience and research. They are not meant to replace proper veterinary care. Carnivore Carry Out assumes no responsibility or liability for the use of the information in this post, as it is provided as a general resource and we are unable to monitor its use with all readers. If you have any concerns about your pet’s health, please contact your holistic veterinarian or other competent professional.

Worming Your Pets~~ What To Use


Here is a list of all available wormers and their use. This is a guideline to use at home but always consult with your vet by phone before using. If in doubt of which worms your animal might have, drop off a stool sample to your vet and ask for a parasite panel for worms that also includes coccidiosis and giardia.

Fenbendazole (Panacur): treats roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, tapeworms (Taenia species only), and giardia. Typical dosage is 50mg/kg (22.7mg/pound) for 3 consecutive days. 5 consecutive day for tapes and giardia. Safe Guard wormer for cattle or sheep doesnt need and RX from your vet and is available at most online vet stores. Also available at Tractor Supply.

10# Dog 2.5 cc

25# Dog 6.0cc

50# Dog 12.0 cc

75# Dog 17.0 cc

100 Dog 23.0 cc

125 Dog 29.0 cc

Direck Link To Panacure/ Safeguard:

 http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000HHLVB8/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B000HHLVB8&linkCode=as2&tag=carcarout-20

Pyrantel Pamoate (Strongid, Nemex): treats roundworms and hookworms. Typical dosage for dogs weighing more than 5 pounds is 5mg/kg (2.27mg/pound) and 10mg/kg (4.55mg/pound) for dogs weighing less than 5 pounds. For human use also and can be purchased on Amazon.com

10# Dog 2.5 cc

25# Dog 6.0cc

50# Dog 12.0 cc

75# Dog 17.0 cc

100 Dog 23.0 cc

125 Dog 29.0 cc

Direct link to Pyrantel Pamoate :

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00061MVMS/ref=as_li_ss_til?tag=carcarout-20&camp=213381&creative=390973&linkCode=as4&creativeASIN=B00061MVMS&adid=1ZTNZWG2YGVBCKAYD16E&&ref-refURL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.carnivorecarryout.com%2Fcategory_s%2F1826.htm

Praziquantel (Droncit): treats tapeworms. Typical dosage is 5-10mg/kg (2.27-4.55mg/pound). Droncit needs and RX from your vet. But you can now purchase Praziquantel over the counter. I use FISH TAPES at about $1 per capsule compared to $5 up from the vet.

Direct Link To Fish Tapes/Droncit:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000EMWMKU/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B000EMWMKU&linkCode=as2&tag=carcarout-20

Antiprotozoal Oral Paste (Marquis) Treats Coccidia. Typical dosage 1 cc per 10#s body weight. Repeat in 7 days with same dosage.Krause Vet Clinic in Armada MI carries it. Works far more superiour than Albon

Sulfadimethoxine (Albon): treats coccidia. Typical dosage is 55mg/kg (25mg/pound) on day 1, then 27.5mg/kg (12.5mg/pound) once daily for 9 additional days. Albon can take weeks to completely rid the animal of coccidia. We’ve found that Marquis works in 2 doses.

Metronidazole (Flagyl): treats Giardia. Typical dosage is 50mg/kg (22.7mg/pound) for 5-7 days. Can use one daily or split into two equal treatments per day. This is also RX only from your vet, but you can purchase it labled for fish from Pet Supplies Plus and all over online. Much more cost effective.

Ivermectin (Ivomec, Heartgard): treats roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and prevents heartworms. Typical dosage for intestinal parasites is 0.2mg/kg (0.09mg/pound=~1/10cc per 10 pounds). Heartworm prevention is .006mg/kg (.003mg/pound). A 1% solution of Ivermectin is equal to 10mg/ml). Heartgard is prescription only. USE LIQUID IVERMECTIN IN WITH GREAT CAUTION IN COLLIES AND RELATED BREEDS! AND make sure you use a human diabetic syringe when drawing it out to be exact. This is a dangerous drug and you can kill your pet if you over dose. *notice 1 tenth of a CC per 30 pounds of the 0.08% sheep drench Ivomec. Do not get this confused. Any questions consult your vet. This can be purchased at any Tractor Supply or on amazon. I will provide the correct links below to take you to the actual product. You can purchase syringes on amazon or any pharmacy without a script.

Ivermectin Sheep Drench:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B002BADTYG/ref=as_li_ss_til?tag=carcarout-20&camp=213381&creative=390973&linkCode=as4&creativeASIN=B002BADTYG&adid=1ZYAK80J2BF4G5M5H4X0&&ref-refURL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.carnivorecarryout.com%2Fcategory_s%2F1826.htm

Directions for using 0.08% sheep drench Ivermectin.

Ivermectin sheep drench solution contains a lower concentration than other ivermectin products for cattle, so it can be used without diluting it first. Ivemectin is given orally (never use pour-on solutions for heartworm prevention).

Dosage using Ivermectin 0.08% solution for heartworm prevention (you may want to double these doses for better protection):

  

  • up to 14 pounds: 1 drop (0.05 cc)
  • 15 to 29 pounds: 0.1 cc
  • 30 to 58 pounds: 0.2 cc
  • 59 to 88 pounds: 0.3 cc
  • 89 to 117 pounds: 0.4 cc
  • 118 to 147 pounds: 0.5 cc

1 cc of ivermectin 0.08% sheep drench solution contains 800 mcg; 0.1 cc = 80 mcg ivermectin.The exact dosage is 0.034 cc per 10 pounds of body weight, or approximately 0.1 cc per 30 pounds of body weight.

 

Milbemycin oxime (Interceptor/Sentinel): controls roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and prevents heartworms. Typical dosage is 0.5-0.99mg/kg. Prescription only.

Piperazine (many OTC products): treats roundworms. Typical dosage is 110mg/kg (50mg/pound). Can purchase at any Pet Store or online vet stores.

Disclaimer: The suggestions in this post are based on experience and research. They are not meant to replace proper veterinary care. Carnivore Carry Out assumes no responsibility or liability for the use of the information in this post, as it is provided as a general resource and we are unable to monitor its use with all readers. If you have any concerns about your pet’s health, please contact your holistic veterinarian or other competent professional.