HomeoPet's Miliary Eczema helps animals suffering from allergic dermatitis caused by flea bites. It is also for most forms of hormonal hair loss, rashes and other difficult or persistent skin problems. For relief from miliary eczema, eosinophilic plaques, itching/violent itching, changes post-spaying or neutering, hair loss due to spaying/neutering. No known side effects. Cruelty free research.
Ingredients (Formula for males)
Rhus Toxicodendron (Poison Oak), Antimonium Crudum (Black Sulphide of Antimony), Pulex Irritans (Common Flea), Staphysagria (Stavesacre). All ingredients are 6c & 30c in 20% USP alcohol in distilled water.
Ingredients (Formula for females)
Rhus Toxicodendron (Poison Oak), Pulsatilla Nigricans (Wind Flower), Pulex Irritans (Common Flea), Staphysagria (Stavesacre). All ingredients are 6c & 30c in 20% USP alcohol in distilled water.
Additional notes about the ingredients:
HomeoPet's All Natural Remedies were formulated after years of research, development and clinical testing. The products are manufactured from the purest natural ingredients and meet or exceed all GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) standards.
All HomeoPet products are formulated in a 100% natural organic solution that is easy to administer. All HomeoPet remedies are safe for kittens, puppies, pregnant and nursing females. The products are manufactured under an FDA registered process and have no known side effects. All remedies have been clinically used on cats, dogs, fish, birds, rabbits, ferrets and pot bellied pigs with good results.
HomeoPet products have been clinically proven safe and effective, even when used with other HomeoPet remedies and/or conventional medication. The products are neither sedating, not habit forming.
Pills and tablets are very difficult to administer to almost all animals, so HomeoPet developed a liquid delivery system that is easy to dose directly into the mouth, on food or in water. The best results are achieved by dosing directly into the mouth or alternatively on a small amount of food or in a small amount of water.
Acute cases: Acute cases are those that have a sudden onset, like thunderstorm anxiety or a traumatic injury. A dose can be given every 15 minutes for the first hour and then three times daily until improvement is seen.
Chronic cases: Chronic cases like joint disease, skin problems or incontinence often require a continued maintenance program. Maintain recommended dosage until improvement is seen and then gradually reduce dosage to a minimum level that maintains desired result. Repeat original dose with flare-ups.
Helps animals suffering from allergic dermatitis caused by flea bites.