THYROIDPET helps correct thyroid imbalances for pets suffering from hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism (overactive or underactive thyroid). It works by rebalancing the organs and functions involved with the production of the thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3) hormones, which are released by the thyroid gland.
What is the THYROIDPET remedy?
This remedy also rebalances the nervous system following emotional or nervous trauma, which can impact the thyroid. Specifically, it targets the animal’s glandular system, adrenal glands, and nervous system.
Who is this remedy suitable for?
Animals suffering from hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism.
This remedy can be used safely for all animals (cats, dogs, rabbits, horses, etc.).
How to administer the remedy?
Precautions for use: Shake well before use. Respect the dosage.
THYROIDPET remedy: 1-2 sprays every day, in water or directly in the mouth. 30ml spray bottle.
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Essential oils can negate the effect of homeopathic remedies.
Keep the remedies cool.
What is hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism?
Both characterized by imbalances of the thyroid gland (which regulates the metabolism), hypothyroidism indicates an underactive thyroid, and hyperthyroidism indicates an overactive thyroid.
What are the symptoms of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism?
- Unexplained weight gain / obesity
- Intolerance to cold
- Increased hair loss / thinning patches
- Unexplained weight loss
- Increased appetite
- Increased thirst / urination
- Increased heart rate
- Excessive excitability
What are the possible causes of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism?
Hypothyroidism is caused by a breakdown of the thyroid gland, which can be the result of a dietary deficiency, atrophy, or an autoimmune issue. Certain animals can be genetically predisposed to developing this condition.
Hyperthyroidism is most often caused by thyroid carcinoma, a type of cancer that grows on the thyroid gland. This disease is much more common in cats than in dogs.