Flea Allergy Dermatitis
Natural homeopathic remedy designed specifically to support the normal immune response to a cat or dog suffering from flea allergy dermatitis.
More and more pets are become allergic to flea bites. In some cases it can only take one flea bite to cause a massive reaction. The animal will chew and scratch themselves until they break the skin, this can then lead on to secondary bacterial infections of the skin. The self mutilation from the irritation of the bite is what does the most damage. Most animals will end up on drugs that ease the itching but don’t deal with the underlying problem and these drugs have the side effect of lowering the immune system even more, the poor animal ends up on a slippery slope to long term chronic ill health.
Pulex, Ctent, Graphities and Mezerium
Preserved in a mild alcohol base. Alcohol / Spring water. If you are worried about the alcohol content, you can put the remedy in warm to hot water to start with, this will burn off the alcohol content.
How to use
F.A.D (Flea Allergic Dermatitis) comes in a liquid form, as we find this is the easiest way to administer.
It is preferred that it is put straight into the mouth of the animal making sure not to contaminate the dripper. This can be done by adding the drops to a teaspoon, lifting the lip and place in the mouth. But we do realise that this is not always an option, also the herbal content of this remedy does not taste very nice, it can therefore be added to food and is just as effective.
If you are worried about the alcohol content, you can put the remedy in warm to hot water to start with, this will burn off the alcohol content.
Dosage: 4 drops into mouth, food or water 3 times daily for upto 5 days.
How long will a 25ml bottle last: (based on 5 days as 1 course)
Cats and dogs : 12.5 courses per bottle
All instructions are on the bottle.
General Disclaimer: Our remedies are designed to support the natural immune system of your pet and animal. We do not claim to treat, medicate or cure any health conditions. If you are worried about your pet or feel they are in pain or suffering please contact your veterinarian.