CANASULE No.1 for PUPS & KITTENS
HOMEOPATHIC VETERINARY MEDICINE
Homeopathic remedies work on the principle of “similia similibus curanter” which means “like cures like”, so is our CANASULE No.1. Hence, such formulations that cause symptoms like a diseased animal in a healthy one are used to prepare this wonder drug formula to be able to Prevent and Treat the symptoms of any underlying reasons. It is a formulation that is developed by a renowned Indian veterinarian after consulting many homeopaths and conducting advanced field trials over the years.
HOMEOPATHIC DRUGS USED IN THE FORMULATION
Quality, efficacy, and safety are the utmost priorities of CANASULE No.1 formulation. Cost-effective health care with no contraindications or side effects are the added benefits of using a homeopathic remedy. Facts about the homeopathic medicines used in this formulation:
Canasule No.-1 is a first Aid. For all type of Dogs & Cats problems because it provides the support to the immunity to fight against all type of infection irrespective to cause thus helpful to the system to overcome in the situation usually comes un-presciently at night or when it is hard to get any medical aid.
Canasule No.-1 also helpful to puppies and kittens in their first year of life to grow uneventful in respect of disease because it provides major support to the immune system.
Canasaule No.-1 is acting as preventive and Treatment for puppies and Kittens because usually, they suffer from the following common ailments if immunity comes at stake, due to debility and infection.
1.Vomiting (and Diarrhea)
If a puppy’ suffering from either of these nasties, the first thing to rule out is intestinal parasites. If these are not the cause of vomiting/diarrhea, the pooch has probably just eaten or licked something he shouldn’t have. Other causes could be one of the diseases listed above.
2. Parvovirus (Parvo)
This highly contagious canine illness attacks puppies aged between 12 weeks and up to 3 years. Transmitted through bodily secretions and unvaccinated dogs, canine parvovirus is easily passed on, though most dogs should be vaccinated against it starting at six to eight weeks, then again every three weeks until they are four months old.
The vaccination against the canine distemper virus is quite effective. The first vaccination takes place at six to eight weeks, and again after 9 weeks, “and when puppies have had one or two vaccines they are immune.
4. Kennel Cough
Bacterial infection or canine para influenza viruses, both of which are airborne, cause kennel cough in dogs —also known as infectious tracheobronchitis. Puppies can be vaccinated against kennel cough starting at six to eight weeks, and then every six to 12 months after that, though the vaccine doesn’t necessarily protect against the disease, but does lead to milder symptoms.
Adenovirus in dogs causes infectious canine hepatitis, it’s rarely seen these days because of the efficacy of vaccines. Often the adenovirus vaccine is given with the canine distemper vaccine.
This bacterial disease can affect the kidneys and the liver and is transmitted through contaminated water and infected urine Puppy can be vaccinated against leptospirosis at 10 to 12 weeks, then again at 13 to 15 weeks.
Note: All the above mentioned symptomatic description of the homeopathic drugs is taken from approved literature of homeopathy with an underlying base from Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of India.
Dosage: 5 to 10 drops three times a day or as directed by the doctor.
ADMINISTRATION METHOD of Pet Medicine
Make sure that medicine touches the tongue of the recipient for faster relief and quick action. Increasing the dose should be avoided; rather decreasing the time intervals between successive drug administrations is advisable. Different methods of administration:
Drop the medicine directly on the tongue by opening the pet’s mouth or into the nostrils, to make sure the animal licks it.
Introduce the drug along with food like plain rice or bread, which is offered to the pet. Make sure the pet eats the medicine along with the food.
Fill an empty 5 ml syringe (needless) with the medicine and distilled water and directly spray on the tongue of the pet or into the nostrils gently. Confirm that the medicine is licked by the pet.
Note: Do not drench the medicine, let your pet lick it with the tongue.