Showing posts with label IBD autoimmune disease cat. Show all posts
Showing posts with label IBD autoimmune disease cat. Show all posts
Monday, March 4, 2019

Treatment For Pumpkin The Cat's Autoimmune Condition Is Helping

"Pumpkin has suffered from many autoimmune health Issues (stomatitis, IBD) since he was a baby... For years, I have been doing everything, no matter the cost to better his quality of life, as I cannot handle when he is in pain. Finding Ask Ariel Your Pet Nutritionist was honestly the GREATEST moment in my life. To know I could stop getting steroid injections for Pumpkin, and keep him on a healthy path, has blessed us both. Lots of love, thank you" 

  Cassandra, Florida

Contains three tasteless, natural remedies.  These three remedies deliver fast relief for your pet's autoimmune symptoms (e.g. Stomatitis or Pillow Paw) and are easy to administer.  They help modulate and support your pet's natural immune response rather than overstimulating it the way many supplements can.   Save on the package price when you buy all three natural remedies together.  

NotaSANNatural homeopathic formula that fights infection and supports your pet's immune system.  Controls harmful bacteria and restores gut flora balance, improving digestive symptoms and immune function.  Gentle, easy to administer and safe for long-term use. 

QuentaSANNatural homeopathic formula that fights viruses and infection, especially targeting the lung and upper respiratory system.  Autoimmune disorders in cats especially often involve underlying viruses so using the NotaSAN and QuentaSAN together is very effective in treating autoimmune disease in pets.

Silver Immune SupportSilver Immune Support is an all-natural, easy to use remedy to help your pet recover from a bacterial infection or viral flare-up.  It is a broad spectrum antimicrobial and well tolerated even by tiny pets.

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Natural Treatments For Autoimmune Disease in Dogs and Cats

Autoimmune disease is common in cats and dogs. Pets can have unusual, seemingly unrelated symptoms making it difficult to diagnose. Examples: stomatitis, IBD, Pillow Paw. Steroids are the most common treatment but with an anti-inflammatory, low carb diet and a few supplements, you can greatly improve your pet's well being and reduce the need for steroids. Please click on the link to read our newsletter about natural treatments for autoimmune disease in dogs and cats.

Have a question about your pet?  Email us at  Please know we cannot provide any veterinary or consultative advice but we will be happy to provide you with articles so that you can make an informed decision about your pet's next steps.