Allergy Relief For Your Pet

Oral Allergy Extract
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NO MORE SHOTS

USDA APPROVED

Veterinarian approved

Dermatologist approved

University studied and tested

ORAL ALLERGY TREATMENT

How do pets show allergic symptoms?
Some of the symptoms associated with allergies are highly variable and include Dogs and Cats.
Chewing on feet
Recurrent ear infections
Rubbing the face on carpet
Hair loss
Scratching the body
Mutilated skin

5 Most Common Signs of

ALLERGIES IN DOGS:

CHRONIC EAR INFECTIONS,
NAIL BEDS DISCOLORATION,
BRONZING AROUND THE LIPS,
ITCHY SKIN, RED UNDERBELLY,
WATERY EYES.

5 Most Common Signs of

ALLERGIES IN CATS:

SNEEZING - COUGHING
ITCHY SKIN
RUNNY EYES
ITCHY EARS AND EAR INFECTIONS
VOMITING
What causes an allergy?
Allergies are caused by certain common substances in the environment known as "allergens". These allergens include the pollens of various grasses, weeds, trees, mold spores...
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Are there any dangers involved?
Adverse reactions to allergenic extracts are extremely rare but may occur during the initial phase of immunotherapy. Usually a simple adjustment to the dosage schedule is all that is required to correct the problem.
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What if my pet goes untreated?
The uncomfortable itchy skin that your pet will experience can lead to a secondary skin infection that can cause severe damage to the
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What about food allergies?
Since dogs and cats cannot be hyposensitized to foods, the best way to manage food allergies is avoidance of the suspected offending food.
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Pet Cure Solutions
Treats Your Allergic Pet
Allergenic Extract
Oral Allergy Treatment (Immunotherapy)
This product is for animals only. Not for human use.
Dosing Schedule:
  • First 3 months - 2 sprays once per day, 5 times a week;
  • Second 3 months - 2 sprays once per day, 4 times a week;
  • Third 3 months - 2 sprays once per day, 3 times a week; and
  • Last 3 months (Maintenance Level) 2 sprays once per day, 2 times a week.
  • For continuous and constant protection, we then maintain oral immunotherapy at 2 sprays once per day, 2 times a week.
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What is oral hyposensitization or desensitization?
After identifying the pets allergies via our targeted and specific Pet Cure Solutions questionnaire, we can then add our pet cure solution [sublingual immunotherapy] to your pet's treatment program.
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When will my pet improve?
Pets progress at different rates. Many will show significant improvement in 6 months. But others will take up to one year before improvement is noted.
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How long will my pet need treatment?
Allergies can last throughout the lifetime of your pet. It is important to understand that allergies may never be cured, but they can be controlled.
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What is the best course of therapy for my pet?
Avoidance of the allergens is preferred, but may not be practical or possible. Medications, including steroids and antihistamines may temporarily relieve symptoms, but are not recommended...
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Other Possible Pet Allergies!
Kapok
The seed hair from the kapok tree is sometimes used as stuffing for cushions and furniture. As the product containing kapok ages, the allergenicity increases due to biological deterioration and dust contamination.
Cotton
The proteinaceous material from the cotton seeds can contaminate inexpensive cotton stuffing and cause allergic symptoms.
Orris Root
Is the root of a specific type of Iris plant that is dried and ground. It is used in making potpourri to sustain color and fragrance.
Human Hair
Many people are allergic to animals and many animals are allergic to people! "One person typically produces 5 grams of dander/week. It stands to reason pets are exposed to high concentrations of this allergen.
Jute
Belongs to the family Tiliaceae. The two species are Corchorus capsularis and Corchorus plitorius. Dried jute fibers, soft and yellowish-white, are used to make low-grade twine, burlap, and cheap varieties of paper.
Wool
This can be an irritating substance and often contains dust and dander.
Sisal
Plant fiber used in the manufacturing of rope.
House Dust
House dust is a varied mixture of potentially allergenic materials. It may contain fibers from different types of fabrics, stuffing from pillows and mattresses, feathers, dander from cats, dogs, and other animals, read more
Pet Cure Solutions
Treats Your Allergic Pet
Oral Allergy Treatment
(Immunotherapy)
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Most Common Dog Allergy Types:
Flea Allergy
Dermatitis (FAD)
Food
Allergies
Environmental
Allergies