Care for your pet like Vince the Vet

Time to warn your pet's body what's coming??

It may seem innocuous, given tens of thousands of these are given to pets daily - but from the body's perspective an injection is anything but.

It doesn't matter whether it's a vaccine, an antibiotic, a non steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID), a genetically engineered monoclonal antibody (such as Librela or Cytopoint, for example) or any other drug that's inserted directly into the body. These are all foreign substances which the immune system reacts to as though they are a threat, to protect the body against any risk they may pose to health. 

On top of this because injections bypass the preliminary lines of defence which normally help the body to cope successfully with invaders (the skin surface, submucosal cells and local antibodies, for example) the immune system is more vulnerable to disruption and less likely to respond in a healthy manner, than it would otherwise be. Both of which increase the risk of potential side effects, which can be serious in sensitive dogs and cats.

A simple way to help your pet's body cope successfully with injections of any kind is as follows:

1.  Give 2 - 3 drops of VET Visit plus Injections 3 times daily on a teaspoon of fresh food (not kibble) for 2 weeks, beginning several days before any injections are given. After a 2 week interval, repeat again. This process can be repeated whenever injections are administered to your pet, so that these are as safe as possible. 

2.  After a further 2 week interval, give 2 - 3 drops of Natural Worm Control plus Detoxification Support 3 times daily on a teaspoon of fresh food (not kibble) for 2 weeks. After a 2 week interval, repeat again. This helps the body to eliminate any remaining drug residues. This remedy can then be given for the first 7 days in every month, alongside 3 monthly screening with this kit, as part of a natural worm control regime.

And don't forget, to support optimum immune system health long term, add Immunity to the diet each day.