Saturday, May 20, 2017

Treatments For Pillow Paw Disease

 Cats rely on their paws to help them move, jump and maintain balance. So when the pads of their paws became sore and painful, it can greatly affect their mobility. Pillow Pad Disease, also referred to as Pillow Paw is an autoimmune condition that causes inflammation of the cat's paw pads. The paw pads can become inflamed, discolored, mushy and even crack open. Left untreated, cats can become lame. If your cat has been diagnosed with Pillow Paw, there is hope and help. 

 Like an other autoimmune disease, Pillow Paw is an inflammatory condition where the cat's immune cells are attacking itself. Feeding your cat a low-carbohydrate, anti-inflammatory, hypoallergenic diet, along with medications from your veterinarian, can make a big difference. It's essential to use a few supplements to rebalance the immune system. Power Probiotic, Notatum drops and Immune Harmony, a plant sterol supplement formulated to help autoimmune disease, can give your kitty a great deal of relief. To learn more about how to help your cat or dog with autoimmune disease, please click here or feel free to email us at 

To read more information about pillow paw disease as well as a testimonial, please click here to an earlier article on our blog.