What is the LYMEPET remedy?
The LYMEPET remedy works to effectively counteract uncomfortable and potentially dangerous symptoms that are commonly associated with Lyme disease in pets. This remedy helps to:
- Increase energy
- Relieve muscular, joint, bone or tendon pain
- Prevent chills
- Clear rashes
- Calm swollen lymph nodes
- Prevent facial paralysis
- Alleviate heart palpitations
- Boost memory and mental focus
- Reduce swelling in joints
Who is this remedy suitable for?
- Animals suffering from Lyme disease.
- 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.
1 spray every day, in water or directly in the mouth. ** Stop when symptoms have disappeared. 30 ml spray bottle.
Borrelia Burgdorferi, Solidago
Essential oils can negate the effect of homeopathic remedies.
Keep the remedies cool.
What is Lyme disease in pets?
Lyme disease in animals is caused by the transmission of a bacteria called Borrelia burgdorferi which is commonly transmitted by tick bites.
Many pets who test positive for Lyme disease don’t show symptoms, but it’s important to know what to look for in case they do surface. As a general rule, one of the first signs of infection includes a target-shaped skin lesion where the tick has been anchored.
While this condition is usually treatable, especially in its early stages, severe cases can affect the nervous system and have a major impact on the animal’s quality of life. Other potentially serious consequences can include kidney failure, cardiac distress, and even eventual death.
What are the symptoms of Lyme disease in pets?
- Target or bullseye-shaped lesion (where tick was attached)
- Muscle soreness, stiffness, or swollen joints; may present itself as a limp or apparent discomfort
- Loss of appetite
What are the possible causes of Lyme disease in pets?
As mentioned Lyme disease is generally transmitted through certain species of ticks that carry Borrelia burgdorferi (the blacklegged tick, also known as the “deer tick,” is one of the most well-known carriers). They can transmit the bacteria to an animal or human host through a bite, however they must remain attached to the host for 36 to 48 hours before the risk of infection by the bacteria becomes significant.
This is why it’s important to check pets for ticks every day, especially if they’ve been in or near wooded areas. If a tick is discovered, it must be removed properly and in one piece (the head can remain attached if the body is twisted or ripped off).
WHAT IS A TICK?
Ticks are hematophagous mites, that is, they feed and live from another animal. They suck blood from vertebrates, mainly terrestrial mammals and birds, can measure from 1 mm to 5 mm in length on an empty stomach, and up to 30 mm when they are full of blood. They carry parasites and can transmit diseases to their host caused by these parasites; the most well-known of which is Lyme disease.