Friday, August 16, 2019

Natural Treatments For Rodent Ulcers In Cats




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Does your cat have inflamed sores, blisters or ulcers around the mouth? Despite their scary name, feline rodent ulcers have nothing to do with rodents. Allergies and immune imbalances (an autoimmune condition or an underlying virus) are common reasons why cats may develop this condition long-term. Triggers such as food allergies, exposure to chemicals, vaccines and stress can be contributing factors. The Immune Support Kit, AllerEaze and Power Probiotic can give your cat fast relief. Avoiding plastic bowls, household chemicals and feeding a hypoallergenic diet can also be helpful.
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