How do you treat Anorexia in dogs?
The term anorexia simply means not eating food. Many people get confused with the human eating disorder, anorexia nervosa. When the veterinarian says the pet is suffering from Anorexia, it simply means that the pet is not eating.
Loss of Appetite:
What would be the reason for loss of appetite in a dog?
Pets with poor appetite might be sick, suffering from some underlying disease. If they are not treated timely, it may be too late for recovery. This is so true in the case of cats, and only the Homeopathy remedy can help out with this situation better than any other alternative. As the appetite fades, the pet must depend on stored fat reserves for compensating daily body metabolism. When large amounts of fats are mobilized to meet the energy demands, stress on the liver increases for processing these fats for being used as calories.
Symptoms of Anorexia
Is Anorexia a disease?
Anorexia is not a disease. It is mostly a major symptom of some underlying disease. It could be the deficiency of essential elements or the conditions that lead to the same likeanemia, pyrexia, weakness, anxiety, indigestion, diarrhea, constipation, joints pain, tenesmus, cramps in muscles, etc. Skin infections or nervous system disorders like vertigo, paralysis, infestation of external or internal parasites may also become a reason.
Homeopathy for Pets
Homoeopathic Veterinary Medicines for Pets gives an added advantage to healthy pets naturally without any side effects or contraindications. These medicines are most effective with fast relief and quick action. So, treat your pet with homeopathic ready-to-use remedies.
What should I offer to normalize my pet’s appetite?
Homeopathic Medicine for Anorexia: Pentavet
PENTAVET is a superb homeopathic formulation of five phos exclusively for pets. It is very effective and efficient in improving Anorexia in dogs and cats, which could be due to any of the underlying causes like fever, vomitions, diarrhea, deficiency, anemia, anxiety, constipation, liver problems, or any unknown acute or chronic illness, etc.