Dosing: (Give away from food by a half hour, if
possible. Frequency of dosing is more
important than getting the number of drops absolutely correct.) Avoid touching dropper to mouth.
Spray vs. Dropper: 1 drop equals 1 spray. Dropper is most popular. However, some like the spray option to avoid touching the mouth.
Before birth: Dose a few drops daily orally to dam/queen
from time of breeding. If there is a
history of babies being lost, preventive dosing may be of help. Babies may also be more robust.
Newborns: As a preventative, give 2 drops daily orally for
2-3 weeks. If babies deteriorate, give 4
drops every thirty minutes to one hour divided into 8-24 doses in a 24 hour
period. If you see a positive response,
lower the dosing level. Variations in
response are normal depending on the cause of fading symptoms. If you observe a tendency to puff air, reduce
the dosage by one half.
Newborn premies or babies under 3 oz: Dilute 1 part
remedy to 3 parts water. Give one drop
of diluted formula by mouth per dose.
Trauma: Can be used to aid in digestion and to help
with the trauma of birth, dewclaw removal or tail docking. It may be especially helpful for babies that
are bottle fed or supplemented.
Dam/Queen: Has been known to improve milk. Dose ½ tsp 1-2 times per day by mouth. May also help with exhaustion during birth.
Storage: Store in a cool dry place away from light, strong
odors and electronic appliances. Preferably refrigerated to extend shelf life.
Additional supportive measures are recommended including warming, oral or IV glucose, rehydration, under the guidance of a licensed health professional.
Provided in 60 ml glass bottle with dropper or sprayer and instructions
Disclaimer: The Dog Breeder Store does not diagnose or
treat illness or injury in pets and accepts no liability for results that are
less than optimal, injury or death relative to use of this formula or
instructions. Consult a licensed
veterinarian if your pet is experiencing pain or infection. Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated. This product is not intended to treat any specific disease or illness. Consult a veterinarian if your pet appears sick.