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While pet diarrhea and pet vomiting are fairly common, especially in dogs and cats, stomach upset symptoms can be acute or chronic, and can lead to mild, serious to life threatening consequences, depending on your pet's immune system, digestive immunity, degree of internal imbalances and the sources of the intestinal upset.

Digestion problem can include one or more of these signs and symptoms:

  • Pet stomach ache, indigestion, intestinal pain and inflammation.

  • Rumbling or gurgling noises in the gut, intestinal gas and flatulence (passing gas downward) or burping eructations (passing gas upward).

  • Pet diarrhea with soft, mushy, watery or frothy stool; dark, brown, yellow, green, gray or a combination of stool colors; pet loose stool with mucus, jelly like gel, whitish protein fragments or worm segments and eggs.

  • Dysentery - acute or chronic; may come on slow and a bit of watery diarrhea at a time, or really fast and furious with gushing diarrhea. Pet dysentery may come with or without blood.

  • Pet passing bloody stool or diarrhea - passing just a couple drops of blood in soft brown or normal stool; slowly oozing traces of blood in the diarrhea regularly; passing stool with partial blood cells; loose stool with large amount of blood present; or gushing almost pure blood and water.

  • Pet vomiting - undigested food, digested food, vomit water, yellow bile or even vomit blood.

  • Pet dehydration as a result of nausea and inability to drink water.

  • Low or no appetite due to nausea, leading to low energy and lethargy.

  • Depression, anti-social, hiding or aggressive self-guarding behaviour.

  • Pet fever due to infection. Fever is a healthy natural response to infection. However, if the fever lasts longer than 48 hours without breaking on its own, your pet needs help with its illness.

  • Pet in shock due to dehydration, loss of electrolytes and fluids.

  • Significant weakness, even dizziness, due to anemia, a result of blood loss and protein loss.

  • Liver inflammation and soreness in the earlier stages and jaundice in the later stages.

  • Spleen enlargement and swelling of the stomach area.

  • Pet belly area may feel hot, cold, dry or clammy depending on the type of internal imbalance.

  • Pet anus area may be burning and very irritated. If you plan to do enema (you can use Ceravet & water mix), be aware of this sensitivity.

There are many possible causes of acute and chronic pet loose stool, diarrhea, bloody stool and vomiting, here are some common causes:

  • Pet ingested something nasty (e.g. moldy bread, rotten food, sea water, garbage, etc.).

  • Over eating or eating greasy or spicy foods.

  • Water or food poisoning such as moldy pet food, farm feed, meat with bacteria, giardia from water sources, etc.

  • Bacteria and mycoplasma infection such as clostridium, e-coli, salmonella (salmonellosis), giardia, staphylococci and other harmful microbes which erode the gastro-intestinal lining and cause inflammation.

  • Viral infection such as pet coccidia (coccidiosis), canine parvo virus, dog distemper, cat parvovirus, feline distemper, feline panleukopenia (FPL). Many pathogens produce similar symptoms and can affect dogs, cats, chickens, goats, horses, pigs and many farm and pet animals.

  • Fungal infections (e.g. yeast, mold ingestion or inhalation); multi-celled parasites infection; or pet intestinal worms infestation.

  • Small animal infectious diseases that cause dysentery and deadly diarrhea for hamster, ferret, guinea pigs, pet mice, rabbit, chickens, etc. (e.g. "Hamster Wet Tail Syndrome").

  • Chronic dis-eases such as pancreatitis, irritable bowel syndrome (pet IBS), diabetes, thyroid problems, liver toxicity and congestion, kidneys degeneration, congestive heart condition, chronic inflammed colon (colitis), intestines (enteritis) or inflammation of the stomach lining (gastritis).

  • Poison ingestion; bodily reaction to strong antibiotics, vaccines and herbs; strong medicinal drugs taking over and lowering systemic immunity; chemical poisoning; ingestion of toxic plants, chocolate, rat poison, street drugs, household cleaners, etc.

  • Damaged DNA and internal imbalances causing chi energy stagnation, gas pockets buildup, internal dampness, cold and/or heat signs. Affecting organs function and harmony especially liver, stomach, pancreas, spleen, small and large intestines, colon, kidneys and heart.

  • Animals with immature, stressed, weaker or compromised immune system, especially puppies, kittens, older pets or pets with chronic illness.

  • Pets with low digestive immunity, aka good stomach bacteria, particularly pets with lots of past chemical antibiotics treatment, certain medicine drugs, immune suppressed medication and on a dry food diet (even premium brands) are more vulnerable to opportunistic germs which normally reside in the digestive tract and live in perfect counter balance with abundant friendly stomach bacteria.

  • Stress, emotional upset, mental irritation, fear and anxiety lower the immune system and may initiate tummy upset symptoms or make existing symptoms worse.

Our 100% natural Digestive Upset and BIO Defense Remedies, partner remedies and nutritional supplements are designed to help pet animals who have diarrhea, dysentery, blood in stool, nausea and vomiting.

Suitable for dog, puppy, cat, kitten, hamster, rabbit, horse, pony, chickens, pot belly pig, farm, wild, zoo and all canine, feline, equine and pet animals with similar symptoms

Our Holistic Pet Wellness Consultation and Distant Pet Healing Therapies can help you and your pet with emergency and first aid diarrhea, vomiting, gastric pain and dehydration, while waiting for shipping. These therapies are fast working and cater to individual needs. We can work with you even if your pet is at the veterinary hospital and complement with conventional veterinary care.

If your pet is experiencing pancreatitis, chronic diarrhea, soft loose stool, blood in stool or constipation, despite vet's or natural remedies, then order our Holistic Pet Wellness Consultation to address deep systemic imbalances and deficiencies for long term health and quality of life.

Note: Hamster wet tail disease and many small pets diarrhea (rabbit, ferret, mice, guinea pig, chickens, etc.) require both WildPets Digestive Upset formula and WildPets BIO Defense formula to deal with the pathogenic organisms and the diarrhea symptoms.

If you are not sure whether infection is a factor, assume it is, especially if dysentery, vomiting, fever, blood or mucus is present. It is better to be cautious and treat both pet infection and digestive disturbances to increase the chances of your pets survival and recovery.

*** We strongly suggest the distant pet emergency healing service for pet emergency and pet first aid as time is of the essence in these rescue cases. The longer you wait, the more compromised your pet's immune system will get, and when it reaches a certain point of deterioration, no chemical or natural medicine will be able to help.


WildPets Digestive Upset Formula (30ml)WildPets Digestive Upset Formula (30ml)An excellent remedy for stomach upset, pet diarrhea, blood in stool, pet vomiting, bloody dysentery, dehydration, pet food poisoning, shock, dog parvo, coccidia symptoms...


WildPets BIO Defense FormulaWildPets BIO Defense FormulaThe BEST defense against single-celled pathogens. A 'must have' remedy for any health condition with primary, secondary or multiple infections. Use internally and externally in eyes, skin, ears...


WildPets G.I. Crawlies FormulaWildPets G.I. Crawlies FormulaA non-toxic, effective and safe natural remedy for intestinal worms, multi-celled parasites, larvae, fly bots ...


WildPets BIO Booster 5-in-1 Nutritional TherapyWildPets BIO Booster 5-in-1 Nutritional TherapyNot just a supplement! Advanced formulation to supply your pet's body with 30+ 'live' functional foods designed for nourishment therapy. Full spectrum nutritional supplement, gentle detox, immune builder, natural pH balancer and body tonic all-in-one remedy. No filler, no synthetic stuff.


WildPets G.I. Revitalizer FormulaWildPets G.I. Revitalizer FormulaA probiotic & prebiotic remedy to help restore bacterial balance in the gastro-intestinal tract destroyed by antibiotics, chemical wormer, commercial pet food, vaccination & toxins...


Holistic Pet Wellness ConsultationWe study your pet's case history in depth and recommend remedies, supplements, custom formulation, distant therapy, home treatment and/or lifestyle changes that your beloved pet needs to return to good health, in the short & long term.


WildPets BIO D-Tox Formula (30ml)WildPets BIO D-Tox Formula (30ml)A bio-cleansing remedy for detoxifying the liver, kidneys, blood, G.I. tract, cellular tissues and energy bodies. Support the immune system & eliminatory organs...
WildPets BIO Booster 5-in-1 Nutritional TherapyWildPets BIO Booster 5-in-1 Nutritional TherapyNot just a supplement! Advanced formulation to supply your pet's body with 30+ 'live' functional foods designed for nourishment therapy. Full spectrum nutritional supplement, gentle detox, immune builder, natural pH balancer and body tonic all-in-one remedy. No filler, no synthetic stuff.



Abbey, female dog, has loose stools, diarrhea and noisy grumbling bowels.

PS. This later found to be a grain allergy and the pet guardian took her dog off canine kibbles and started a home cooked natural dog diet.

"I ordered the WildPets BIO Defense and WildPets Digestive Upset Formula Plus from you a while ago. My dog showed signs of tummy upset yesterday and I administered the remedies, she is ok now and no issues! I just wanted to thank you for your products! They work like magic!"

Cathy Furlong - Evansville, Wisconsin, USA


Ollie, 6 year old German shorthaired pointer dog, ate bad raw meat during a hot camping trip. The food poisoning symptoms were violent vomiting, diarrhea, stomach ache, loss of energy and vitality. The dog was also vomiting after drinking water which can lead to dehydration and shock. It was a long weekend in the mountains and no veterinary hospitals were accessible.

"Fortunately, the remedy (WildPets Digestive Upset Formula Plus) was in the first aid kit. After 1 day, Ollie stopped vomiting completely. The brown mushy diarrhea improved after the 2nd day. He was completely back to normal (and hungry) after 3 days. I gave the remedy for a total of 5 days just in case. I was so glad he got better as there was no vet and no help around!"

M.Y. Kam - Drumheller, Alberta, Canada


Little puppy, Jesus, stressed out leaving his natural canine mother and siblings, and traveling to a new home, got infected by puppy parvo virus due to the stressed out thus lowered immune system. In nature, leaving the natural pack is certain death for dogs, especially puppies. They could not hunt or defend themselves. This survival fear stressor will alter the chemisty in the body and make it very susceptible to infections.

The WildPets Blood In Stool Formula (now combined & renamed to WildPets Digestive Upset) not only helped Jesus with the dog parvovirus symptoms, it also helped him re-balance the emotional trauma, grief and stress. Note that since the puppy had antibiotics at the veterinarian, WildPets BIO Defense was not used.

"Hello, my name is Misty. Just recently we purchased a puppy and unfortunately came with the deadly virus parvo. We had him for only 36 hours and he ended up in the emergency (veterinarian) for 8 days. During those 8 days, he was not getting any better. We were heartbroken and did not know what to do. Honestly, we thought we were going to have to put him down."

"I contacted Pearl and told her how my puppy was doing and she immediately shipped us the canine parvo formula. We gave the first dosage on the crown of his head and 15 minutes later he got up and drank water on his own. We were so thrilled. We gave the remedy a few more days because he vomited and got loose stools after eating cat food and grass. His recovery with the remedy is a godsend. It really does work! Thank you."

Misty Anton - Calgary, Alberta, Canada


14 year old Tabby cat, have really bad gums and teeth, cannot eat much, and vomit from time to time. WildPets Digestive Upset Formula helped reduce the vomiting frequency.

In this case, the remedy is used as a bandaid to the larger kidneys, gums and teeth problem, as well as quite a few other issues. While this is fine, if the underlying toxicity, malnutrition and rotting gums and teeth are not treated (pain in the mouth), the problem will recur.

North Vancouver, BC, Canada


8 year old dog, drank too much sea water while eating the floating seaweed. Symptoms were diarrhea and some vomiting. 3 doses of WildPets Digestive Upset Formula Plus returned him to normal.

Richmond, BC, Canada


A very cute 1 year old dog, Notaboy, came down with dog parvo virus, went to the veterinarian for help. After antibiotics, fluids and over $1,500 treatment, was not improving. The guardian said "my dog looks dead and stinks of medication". After WildPets Blood in Stool Formula (now combined & renamed to WildPets Digestive Upset), she recovered. Note that since the puppy had antibiotics at the veterinarian, WildPets BIO Defense was not used.

Notaboy is one of those dogs that don't like pills and herbal liquids. She would spit them out and administration of medicine is stressful to both doggy and pet guardian. Fortunately, WildPets Blood in Stool Formula (now combined & renamed to WildPets Digestive Upset) can be applied on the skin, so everyone is happy!

"She is doing great ... she is almost totally back to her old self playing and talking to me and making friends with everyone."

Richard Picard - Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada


"My dog loves to eat junk and everything, just can't watch him all the time. This time, he ate some disgusting moldy bread crumbs in a park, while on the leash, he is that fast. I could smell the mold in his mouth. He started having the vomiting and diarrhea symptoms and got really weak. I used the remedies and he got better overnight."

"He is always a bit food obsessive but I think he turned really food crazy after all those surgeries (the drugs & anaesthesia). He has canine pancreatitis ever since those surgeries. Now he doesn't even check the food first. It's good to know that the remedies (WildPets BIO Defense & Digestive Upset) can help him when he gets into trouble. Thank God for them!"

P. Tees - Oliver, BC, Canada


Cat, 10 years old, has diarrhea and vomiting symptoms. Took WildPets Digestive Upset Formula with some improvement. It turned out the cat has kidney and bladder infection.

If diarrhea and vomiting is a result of other underlying illness, the Digestive Upset remedy will help improve the symptoms but you still need other remedies to clear the root of the problem.

West Vancouver, BC, Canada


Holly, a cute 6 year old female dog, has come down with diarrhea and vomiting. She has the same symptoms the same time every year on her canine parvo virus vaccination anniversary. Holly was given antibiotics by the vet but it did not stop the symptoms this year. One week into the loose, soft stool, vomiting and some blood in the diarrhea, the animal guardian, in tears, asked for my help in the morning. We did emergency long distance healing right away, sending the same remedies in the WildPets Blood in Stool Formula Plus (now combined & renamed to WildPets Digestive Upset).

The same evening, we got an update: "Thank you. Holly has gotten her appetite back; she ate a little this afternoon and is eating again right now. She hasn't vomited any more today or had any more diarrhea so far."

Update the next day: "Hello, Holly seems to be back to herself. She definitely had more energy last night, she was running around outside, and even caught a mouse (though I wish she wouldn't stick those things in her mouth and then lick my face). She is okay this morning."

1 week update: "I think Holly is back to normal, she is eating lots and has lots of energy."

10 days update: "Holly is still doing great, back to old self again. Yaaa!"

In this case, the remedy vibrations was sent via long distance.

The following year, June 1, Holly has her canine diarrhea with blood and vomiting episode again. This time, armed with WildPets remedies, Holly recovered quicker than previous years and symptoms did not get out of hand and intense as before.

"Holly seems to have more energy. Her breath even smells a little better."

"Holly has been doing fine. She even has a bounce in her step again."

So a suggestion is given to the pet guardian to have WildPets BIO Defense and WildPets Digestive Upset on hand 2 weeks prior to June 1, and give the remedy 1 week before June 1, to mitigate the symptoms next year.

Lynn Schuurman - Bittern Lake, Alberta, Canada


Red Heeler, 2 year old dog, ate some dead salmon by the river. Usually no problem but this time caused stomach distress. There is no diarrhea or vomiting but the doggy stopped eating for 2 days and acted unusual - quiet, curling up, not interested in hugs and belly rubs, hides when food is shown, cried a bit from time to time, seemingly has stomach ache. Suspected giardia or other bacteria from the rotten fish.

WildPets BIO Defense Formula and WildPets Digestive Upset Formula Plus were given. After the 1st day, the dog was willing to eat if fed by hand. After the 2nd day, the dog was interested in cookies and cuddling. After the 3rd day, the dog eats normal and behaviour is back to normal. Full recovery is made.

"Very good! She is better now. She is getting her huggies and massage from her daddy again!"

M. Garcia - Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada


13 year old dog, ate "off" cooked meat for a month. The meat smelled and looked normal but was exposed to hot sun for 1 hour, when it was raw & unfrozen, during transport. Symptom was chronic loose stools that are brown, dark, sometimes yellow and with mucus.

Steamed rice and mashed pumpkin did not help. WildPets Digestive Upset Formula Super was used and the stools went back to normal after 1 day. The remedy was given a total of 3 days.

Vancouver, BC, Canada


Multiple dogs with bloody diarrhea, skin allergy and joint pain problems. The human purchased WildPets BIO Defense and Blood In Stool (now combined & renamed to WildPets Digestive Upset) for the diarrhea with blood, WildPets Skin Allergy for the skin problems and WildPets Joint Pain Formula for the joint problems.

A little while later, we hear back from her:

"Our Yorkie (dog) with the blood in the stool is doing good. No more blood in the stool and so far the skin problem has not caused problems and the joint pain formula must be working as well. Thank you so much."

T. Fogel - Freeport, Illinois, USA


Moochacha, 2 year old dog, German Shepherd cross, ate some meat from a butcher shop, fully cooked from frozen, which later found to have a bit of mold. She was having loose stool, then watery stinky diarrhea, with significant lowering of energy and looking just so sad.

After 3 doses of the WildPets Digestive Upset remedy, this girly dog was getting better, looking happier and recover fully after 3 days.

"I was so worried for my little girl. She looked miserable and didn't want to eat. She is much better now and back to her old self. It really works! Thank you so much."

R. Tale - Vancouver, BC, Canada


Recently adopted cat, about 1 year old, history unknown. The cat has a bloated belly and foul smelling gas when you rub her belly. The cat came to the new pet guardian this way and the person thought it may be poor nutrition. Even though the new diet is now healthier, the cat still vomits after eating, drinks a lot of water and they were going to the vet to check for worms.

"I gave the kitty some of your Digestive Upset remedies and she seems just fine! No more vomiting or gas. So while we'll still check for worms, we are happy that she is feeling better. Thanks again!"

Cathy Furlong - Evansville, Wisconsin, USA


Romeo, 1 of 13 dogs, has come down with some kind of infection, loose stool and blood in the stool. Earlier, the person had another dog died of blood in the stool and chronic diarrhea. Now Romeo and a few other dogs are acting 'similar'. This is when the dogs guardian used our consultation to avoid further loss of dogs.

WildPets BIO Defense and WildPets Blood In Stool (now combined & renamed to WildPets Digestive Upset) were suggested. A few weeks later, we got this feedback:

"So far so good! Romeo, I think is healing. Romeo has not had the loose bowels lately nor green discharge in his eyes. I will continue to give Romeo and Nikko (I think he also has the infection) the remedy. Then I will start every one on the remedy as a precaution. Thanks again for caring for my pets as much as I do!!!"

E. Milburn - Houston, Texas, USA


  • Mix CeraVet rice-based electrolyte fluid with water to rehydrate your pet, replenish electrolytes (to avoid shock) and reduce fluid loss (esp. for puppies and kittens). You can also use this for enema. If it is unavailable, then use glucose-based electrolytes (e.g. electrolytes for kids at the pharmacy).

  • If pet cannot hold down fluids and anus is too sensitive for enema (or you are not sure how to do it properly), go to the veterinarian for subcutaneous or intravenous fluids.

  • Give unseasoned cooked chicken, real chicken broth, mashed pumpkin (any fibrous squash) and steamed rice initially to stimulate appetite and help settle the stomach. Mash in blender into a mushy paste. Add mashed broccoli later for added nutrients.

  • Probiotics (WildPets G.I. Revitalizer) is essential to rebuild stomach bacteria destroyed by pathogens, parasites, chemical antibiotics, drugs and processed pet food.

  • Add nutritional and other supplements to diet, as needed, after stomach has stabilized.

  • If you suspect pathogens infection, clean your home and bedding thoroughly with very hot water and soap. To reduce the risk of re-infection, use Accel TB (or similar Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide technology) or an environmentally friendly bleach to clean and disinfect body fluids, floors and carpets.

  • Consider switching to human-grade raw, semi-raw or cooked diet (organic raw is best) and use holistic remedies and therapies whenever possible.


Q: My hamster has Wet Tail Syndrome (diarrhea). What products will I need?

A: Wet Tail Syndrome can be rather serious and deadly for hamster, guinea pig, pet mouse, ferret, rabbit and similar critters. It is basically dysentery or diarrhea that doesn't stop. WildPets Digestive Upset formula, WildPets BIO Defense formula and CeraVet (electrolytes) are a must. Accel TB or safe bleach can also be very useful.

One thing hamster owners often forget is to disinfect the cages, drinking/feed bottles, exercise wheels and the body of the hamster, plus changing the cage lining often. Diarrhea with pathogens (that cause Wet Tail Syndrome) stick to the hamster's fur, body and cage are common causes for re-infection and secondary infection.

Use hot water and soap to clean the hamster's cage, often if needed, and use pet-friendly Accel TB or bleach to disinfect. Use a towel to clean the hamster with warm water if you can. Use your hand or spray bottle, apply some WildPets BIO Defense formula on the fur and all over the body. This way, pathogens that cause Wet Tail Syndrome are dealt with internally and externally to increase your hamster's survival rate. Wash your hands with soap and water afterwards.

You can also give WildPets BIO Defense formula for neighbouring hamsters, guinea pigs, ferrets, rabbits, mouse (same household) to reduce the risk of infection.

Three easy ways to apply the WildPets Digestive Upset formula are to put a few drops on the body of the hamster and massage it into the skin, put a few drops in the water and let your pet drink it OR put a few drops in the food. You do have to make sure your hamster gets enough doses (see product label) each day to make it work. You can combine all 3 methods if that work better for you.

You can administer WildPets BIO Defense internally in different ways: (1) Use it in place of water for a few days if your pet drink several times a day. (2) Bottle feed it directly to the pet. (3) Let your pet lick it from your hand (surprisingly effective!). (4) Mix 50/50 with the water bottle (if your pet drink more than a few times a day). (5) Any combination of the above.

Q: I (human) have food poisoning and I am getting so much better after 3 doses of the WildPets BIO Defense formula, do I really need to give it for the full 10 days?

A: Different viruses, bacteria, mycoplasma and fungus disappear at different rates with WildPets BIO Defense formula. Some will indeed take less time than others. This also depends on the intensity of the infection, the strength of the immune system and whether the environment is clear of the pathogens.

The product instructions recommend you take the WildPets BIO Defense Formula for 7-10 days to ensure maximum effectiveness with a large range of pathogens and to lower the risk of secondary infection. We suggest you follow the guideline to ensure the rate of success for your pets' recovery.

For really mild food poisoning, take a minimum of 3 days and observe how you (or your pet) are doing. For more serious food poisoning symptoms or if you see blood in the diarrhea or vomit, take the WildPets BIO Defense formula for a full 7-10 days to ensure complete healing.

Q: My puppies have been exposed to parvo but have not shown any symptoms yet. Can I use your products for preventative purpose?

A: I get this question a lot from breeders, groomers, kennel operators, doggy daycare and those who frequent dog shows. There are a few things you can do if you are concerned about your puppies, dogs or other pets.

(1) For prevention (no parvo contact yet), use our nutritional supplement WildPets Bio Booster 5-in-1 Nutritional Therapy to support your puppies' immune system. With parvo contact but no symptoms, add WildPets BIO Defense formula once a day. Increase dosage if infection becomes evident.

(2) Clean your floors, carpets, bedding, car seats, pet cages, etc., with very hot water and mild soap, then disinfect with Accel TB (or similar accelerated hydrogen peroxide technology) or a pet safe bleach. Make sure you do 'shoe dips' and disinfect the bottoms of your shoes and slippers (5 mins wet contact), and spot treat suspicious spots in your home, car, kennels or anywhere you suspect parvo contact.

(3) Use WildPets Digestive Upset formula if symptoms start to show (e.g. diarrhea or vomiting). Use WildPets BIO Defense formula to tackle pathogens. Use CeraVet or kid's electrolytes if you need to replenish electrolytes and fluids.

Q: How long does the parvo virus stay dormant in our environment?

A: There is a wide range of opinions on this. Some say 1 year or more, others say 6 months, and I have introduced animals to a cleaned up parvo environment after 3 months without incident.

There are likely a few factors to consider. How well is the environment cleaned and disinfected? This includes the lawn, decks and anywhere urine, feces, blood, saliva, vomit and bile have contact. Is there still a threat of the parvo virus around (other dogs infected)? How well has the animal healed? And how strong is the immune system of the pet of concern?

Virus and bacteria are all around us. Those who get sick have a weaker immune defense system. You must ask why and how you can improve that permanently in order to help the pets get stronger and more vibrant. A pet with a healthy immune system and vitality will have a much better chance of survival against any infection or illness. You may need to consider diet change, exercise level, choice of medicine and products (when needed), vaccinate or not, pack leadership and family dynamics (stressors).

Q: If diarrhea or other bodily fluids got on my dog's body and fur, or my hands, do I need to disinfect it?

A: That's a good question. I would suggest cleaning your hands and your pet's skin and fur with hot water and soap to remove the pathogens. You can also apply WildPets BIO Defense Formula on the pet's skin and fur, and your hands, as added insurance, as this product can be used for external wounds and infections also. Do not use Accel TB or bleach on animals or human, they are for inanimate objects like floors and cages.

Q: I cannot get remedy into my cat's mouth. Can I massage the BIO Defense on my pet's body, like with the Digestive Upset, and get the same effect?

A: No. WildPets BIO Defense needs to be ingested to be effective. Since WildPets BIO Defense tastes like water, you can add it to your cat's food or water (or both) to ensure s/he gets enough of the daily dosages.

If there is infection on the skin or in the eyes, you can also apply it externally. Use an eye dropper to apply WildPets BIO Defense for the eyes. For the nose, you can put some onto your hand or finger and apply onto the nose. You can pour some BIO Defense directly onto the skin or use a spray bottle. Make sure you wash your hands with soap and water after.

Alternately, you can also soak a cotton pad with WildPets BIO Defense and squeeze the liquid onto the eyes, nose or skin, and massage it into the affected area.

Be aware that even though an infection may be manifesting on the outside, it may come from an internal infection. It is important to treat both internally and externally if that is the case.

PLEASE NOTE: Pet diarrhea and vomiting symptoms due to kidney failure, severe bloat (twisted intestines, vet emergency, gently massage belly), intestinal obstruction (vet emergency, massage belly) and other emergency illness require immediate veterinary attention. Our remedies, custom help and distant healing services can be of great help to your pet in conjunction with your veterinarian visit.

Note: Response to remedies and supplements varies by individuals and individual cases. If these products do not give complete healing, your pet may need one-on-one wholistic attention through our holistic consultation or consultation with a veterinarian.

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