HomeoPet

HomeoPet Trauma

$16.99
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SKU
11026
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HomeoPet Trauma is a fast acting liquid that can be used for bite wounds, bruising, sprains, teething, fever, bone fractures.

HomeoPet Trauma is a fast acting liquid that can be used for bite wounds, bruising, sprains, teething, fever, bone fractures. It also helps reduce bleeding. Trauma may also be used before and after surgery to promote healing time. No known side effects. Cruelty free research.

Ingredients
Hepar Sulpuris Calcareum (Hahnemann's Calcium Sulphide), Belladonna (Deadly Nightshade), Hypericum Perforatum (St. John's Wort), Staphysagria (Stavesacre). All ingredients are 6 & 30c in 20% USP alc. in purified water.


Dosing:
Pills and tablets are very difficult to administer to almost all animals, so HomeoPet developed a liquid delivery system that is easy to dose directly into the mouth, on food or in water. The best results are achieved by dosing directly into the mouth or alternatively on a small amount of food or in a small amount of water.

Acute cases: Acute cases are those that have a sudden onset, like thunderstorm anxiety or a traumatic injury. A dose can be given every 15 minutes for the first hour and then three times daily until improvement is seen.

Chronic cases: Chronic cases like joint disease, skin problems or incontinence often require a continued maintenance program. Maintain recommended dosage until improvement is seen and then gradually reduce dosage to a minimum level that maintains desired result. Repeat original dose with flare-ups.

Dosage Requirements:
Once in the morning, evening and bedtime, administer the following dosage per pet's weight. (Weights are listed for all animals)
Under 20 lbs. - 5 drops
20-100 lbs. - 10 drops
over 100 lbs. - 15 drops.
Reduce dosage with improvement, repeat with flare up.

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