Does your pet suffer from food, seasonal, or environmental allergies?
Did you know there are supplements that can help?
Have you tried veterinary prescribed medications and/or diets and it didn’t help much, or at all?
With increased cases of severe allergies, how can you help your beloved fur baby?
There are several nutritional supplement options. These supplements do not a replace any veterinary care for your pet but can help!
Omega 3 and Omega 6 Fatty Acids:
A natural anti-inflammatory that aid with allergies. It also helps maintain healthy skin and a shiny coat, while decreasing shedding, and increasing mobility.
Pre-biotics and Pro-biotics:
Great for digestion, aids seniors with absorption, constipation, bowel regularity, weight maintenance, colitis, pancreatitis.
This supplement is a power house! The active ingredient comes from Turmeric. It has anti-inflammatory properties, improves digestion, and also supports a healthy immune system response.
Has 90 immune factors that is good for food and seasonal allergies. Stimulates under-active immune systems and suppresses overactive immune systems that result in autoimmune disorders and allergic reactions.
Probiotic that improves digestion, liver disorder, and boosts the immune system.
Soothes and settles digestive upset including vomiting and diarrhea. Can also be used to prevent vomiting and diarrhea.
Kelp contains over 60 vital minerals, amino acids and vitamins, and provides your pet with many health benefits including: improved digestion, and healthy skin. It may improve immune system function and also aid in adrenal & thyroid gland function.
Prevents disease, aids with allergies, infections, and digestive issues.
*Please consult with your veterinarian prior to administering any of these supplements.
MEDICAL PET SITTING and/or MEDICAL CARE ASSISTANCE
Did you know that Loving Paws specializes in assisting you with your pet’s medical treatments? Whether you are traveling, at work, or find the task too daunting, we can help!
We can administer medications such as eye drops, oral medications, ear drops, insulin, subcutaneous fluid therapy, bladder expression, and more.
To learn more visit our Pet Medical Care page.