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Natural Homeopathic Remedy
Promotes calm in pets exhibiting fear from Thunderstorms, Fireworks & Loud Noises
Travel Anxiety, Vet/Groomer Visits, Being Left Alone, Introduction of New Animals
Nature's gentle stress reliever quickly promotes a sense of calm.
|Chamomilla German Chamomile||Promotes a sense of calm|
|Valeriana Valerian Root||Being left alone-separation, Introduction of new animals|
|Borax Borate of Sodium||Fear of thunderstorms, fireworks & other loud noises|
|Cyp. Pubescens Yellow Lady's Slipper||Veterinarian visits, grooming visits|
|Ignatia Amara St. Ignatius Bean||Fear of abandonment, boarding|
|Colchicum Autumnale Meadow Saffron||Fear of travel, motion sickness|
|Veratrum Album White Hellebore||Melancholy, fretting and sullen|
HomeoPet Anxiety has been used successfully in veterinary clinics since 1987. Multi-centric trials were conducted and managed in the United States, Ireland and the United Kingdom. HomeoPet worked with eminent scientist fro notable Universities such as Trinity College Dublin, Cornell University New York, the University of Connecticut and consulted with scientists at the University of Florida, University of Georgia, Tufts and Lincoln Universities. HomeoPet worked with internationally recognized behavorists Dr Roger Mugford, who lectures worldwide on pet behavior management and Linda White of Puppy Smarts training systems. Working in the field directly with clinics and owners, HomeoPet employed trial experienced registered veterinary nurses as well as behavior clinic specialists to monitor, collect and verify the data presented.
Chamomilla 6c & 30c:Used to promote a sense of calm in stressful (German Chamomile) situations
Valeriana 6c & 30c:Being left alone – separation, introduction (Valerian) of new animals
Borax 6c & 30c:Motion associated with travel (Borate of Sodium)
Cypripedium Pubescens 6c & 30c:For night time crying, when pet won’t go to bed (Yellow Ladies Slipper)
Ignatia Amara 6c & 30c:Hysteria, grieving, emotional states (St Ignatius Bean)
Colchicum Autumnale 6c & 30c:Drooling, fear of travel, motion (Meadow Saffron)
Veratrum Album 6c & 30c:Melancholy, fretting, sullen (White Hellebore)
INDICATIONS:Anxiety or anxiety induced conditions: fear of fireworks, thunder, loud noises, crowds, veterinary visits, grooming, shows, lick granulomas, psychogenic alopecia, hysteria-barking or destruction when left alone, cystitis and priapism, separation anxiety, kenneling, weaning, orphans, rescue patients, crying at night, travel sickness, training classes and feather plucking in birds.
FORMS: Liquid PACKAGE SIZE: 15 ml bottle
DOSE: Dogs/ Cats under 20 lbs/10 kg, 5 drops; 20-100 lbs/ 10-50 kg , 10 drops; over 100 lbs/50 kg, 15 drops. In acute cases the doses can be given every 15 minutes for the first hour, every 30 minutes in the second hour, once in the third hour, then reducing to 1 dose 3 times daily. For cases that are not acute one dose 3 times daily; this is often best started 5-7 days before any situation causing anxious behavior e.g.: before kenneling. Once a response is seen, the administration should either be reduced until symptoms reappear or ceased until symptoms reappear. If any reduction in dose or frequency leads to immediate recurrence of symptoms, then medication should be continued with a reduction being done every 12-21 days to check that the medication is providing control rather than relief of symptoms.
DOSE: Small mammals, exotics, and birds: 3 drops in drinking water daily. For severe cases a drop can be diluted in 1 ml of water or other oral rehydration fluid and given to the patient orally, taking care to avoid aspiration of the fluid into the respiratory tract by the patient. This can be repeated as for cats and dogs where the case is acute, but with a volume of fluid suited to the patient.
January 10th, 2003
Manufacturer Safety Data Sheet
ADMINISTRATION:Optimally the liquid preparation should be dropped directly into the mucous membrane of the mouth including lips, ideally in dogs by pulling out the labial pouch and in cats by raising the head until the mouth opens. Where an animal finds this distressful or an owner is unable to comply, the medication can be put in the food, water or milk. Where animals are sensitive to the odor of the alcohol preservative a 10-20 minute period should be allowed for it to dilute and evaporate before the liquid or food is presented to the patient. Occasionally animals will shake their head as a response to the alcohol preservative; cats may salivate excessively and in these cases presenting it in food, water or milk works.
ADVERSE EFFECTS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS:None known other than reversible effect of over dosage. Over dosage will result in a return of symptoms after the symptoms have initially disappeared. Where either increased anxiety or a return of symptoms occur while on the medication, ceasing to use will alleviate the effect. Patients who are hypersensitive to homeopathic preparations will show response to a single dose, which may not need to be repeated for some time. For this reason therapy should always start with a single dose the previous day and should a major response be seen, therapy should not be recommenced until symptoms relapse and then only a single dose given for maximum effect. Although no evidence exists to the contrary, care should be taken with it’s use in pregnant animals as low potency homeopathics are historically not regarded as totally safe in pregnancy, despite their lack of chemicals. Should a suspected adverse reaction be seen or you want advice, please contact HomeoPet LLC at toll free number: 800-555-4461, tel: 631-288-6883, fax: 631-288-6711.
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DRUG INTERACTIONS:None known for animal use; keep out of reach of children.
PHARMACEUTICAL PRECAUTIONS:Store at room temperature, out of direct sunlight, away from powerful magnetic fields and strong odors.
USER SAFETY:No adverse effects have been recorded. There have been reports to the company of beneficial rather than adverse effects. As homeopathics are active in humans, care is advised when handling product, although a long history of homeopathics used in humans shows a very high safety margin.
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT:To date none found.