Cough, Wheeze & Sneeze Organic Herbal Remedy
Dr. Bob Goldstein chose the most common health conditions that affect dogs and cats today and then thoughtfully created formulas made up of targeted herbs and flower essences for a true health benefit.
Conditions of the respiratory system of dogs and cats are quite common. Dogs and cats are prone to seasonal allergies, especially during the pollen season. Infections, coughing, wheezing, and sneezing are also common during stressful times, such as cold weather, boarding, and showing. Cough, Wheeze & Sneeze is an organic herbal blend that supports respiratory function and health. And, it helps to support normal circulation.
Each batch is crafted in the Green Mountains of Vermont.
For use in dogs and cats only.
Active Ingredients per ml (20 drops): A Proprietary Blend of Organic & Wildcrafted Herbal Extracts (1:4) 350 mg (Mullein, Coltsfoot, Echinacea Leaf and Root, Elecampane, Usnea, Lobelia, Myrrh, Licorice, Osha). Inactive Ingredients: Alcohol, Chestnut Bud Flower Essence, Glycerin, Olive Flower Essence, Nasturtium Flower Essence, and Water.
Administer orally twice daily. Can be given with 2 oz of water or directly in the mouth. For maintenance, administer by weight, once daily or every other day. Shake well before use.
- 3-7 lbs: 4 drops
- 8-15 lbs: 5-8 drops
- 16-35 lbs: 10-12 drops
- 36-85 lbs: 15-18 drops
- 86+ lbs: 20-25 drops
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