Although we are not yet observing cases of Canine Respiratory Disease in our local community beyond the typical level of “kennel cough,” many clients are asking us what they can do to be prepared and keep their dog friends protected in case this comes our way.
Holistic medicine is all about preventative care, and so this question is perfectly suited to who we are and what we do. We focus on establishing the underlying robustness of the immune system with a healthy diet and lifestyle, with herbs or supplements where needed.
We do have immune-supportive products available in our lobby that do not require a prescription, such as:
Standard Process Canine Whole Body Support: a palatable food-based glandular and botanical powder that is the perfect supplement to a commercial or homemade diet to provide micronutrients from sources such as thymus, kidneys, liver, milk thistle, Reishi & Shiitake mushrooms, and Brussels sprouts.
Standard Process Canine Immune Support: a more focused blend containing such ingredients as bovine liver, spleen, and thymus extracts plus Eleuthero and Spanish black radish, Reishi, Ashwaganda, and Spanish moss.
K9 Immunity Mushroom Powder: a mild-flavored fantastic combination of six mushrooms that provides advanced immune system support for dogs. including Cordyceps, Reishi, and Turkey Tail (Coriolus).
ImmuAir Essential Oil Spray: Protect your pets from airborne infections. This powerful essential oil blend helps to boost the immune system and keep pets healthy. ImmuAir also clears pet odors. Application Instructions: Mist around pet and pet’s kennel or sleeping area. A small amount goes a long way! One spritz will cover up to 600 square feet. Essential Tip From Elizabeth: Vets and pet sitters avoid spreading germs by spraying ImmuAir on the bottom of their shoes before they enter or exit kennels, homes, etc. Essential Oil Ingredients: A proprietary blend of Lavender, Rosemary, Lemongrass, Citronella, Clove Bud, Cinnamon Bark, Eucalyptus, Lemon and Colloidal Silver
To have a personalized plan created to prevent health issues for your pet, we suggest you book an appointment with your vet soon.