VetRx for Cats and KittensThis page contains information on VetRx for Cats and Kittens for veterinary use.
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VetRx for Cats and KittensThis treatment applies to the following species:
Active Ingredient(s): Made with 3.3% (v-v) alcohol U.S.P. The mixture contains Canada balsam, camphor, oil origanum, oil rosemary, blended in a corn oil base.
VetRx for Cats and Kittens Indications
For use as an aid in the treatment of all breeds of dogs and puppies. Effective for the relief of upper respiratory ailments produced by congestion or allergy. When a dog loses its sense of smell due to congestion, it also loses its appetite, further weakening the pet.
Symptoms to look for: Sniffling, sneezing, nasal discharge and noisy breathing.
Dosage and AdministrationDosages and Preparing Suggestions: For the best results, use VETRx™ warm. Put the bottle in a container of warm water and let it stand for a few minutes or warm quickly over medium heat with the spout in an open (upright) position. Always test the temperature of the product before applying.
Apply two (2) drops directly into each nostril for adult dogs, one (1) drop for puppies. Repeat in five (5) minutes. Repeat the application three (3) to four (4) times a day. If possible, isolate the pet and treat with VETRx™ in a warm water vaporizer, following the manufacturer's directions.
If upper respiratory symptoms persist, consult a veterinarian.
Presentation: 2 fl. oz. (59 mL) and 1 quart.
NAC No.: 14380050
P.O. BOX 407, PIERCE, CO, 80650
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