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Cytopoint Injection for Dogs – What You Need to Know

Cytopoint injection is marketed as not being a canine immune system suppression drug like Apoquel and other popular atopic dermatitis drugs. While it is true that it is not a blanket immunosuppressive, it does very much suppress a part of the immune system. And, given how many jobs this part has, suppressing it is very likely to cause system-wide problems.

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5 Natural Dewormers for Dogs: Safe and Effective Solutions for Better Health

Don’t let flashy marketing campaigns fool you. Synthetic dog dewormers are poisons. They may be effective at killing intestinal worms, but they also do damage to the liver and kidneys. Normal side effects include digestive upset, seizures, and lethargy. If too much of these chemicals are ingested, which can happen in dogs who frequently get parasite infections, organ failure, coma, and death can result.

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Long-Term Use of Apoquel: 4 Hard Truths you Need to Know!

From Zoetis being reprimanded by the FDA for minimizing Apoquel’s risks, to numerous studies showing a strong link to cancer, Apoquel for dogs clearly has a dark side. Many dog owners discovered that on their own … when it was already too late. If you’re still on the fence about Apoquel, this article shares FOUR hard truths about the long-term use of Apoquel that every dog owner should know!

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Metronidazole for Dogs Is a Toxic Health Hazard

It’s interesting that a drug NOT approved by the FDA for veterinary use is so widely prescribed in veterinary clinics. In North America, metronidazole is sold under the brand name Flagyl and is routinely used in veterinary medicine off-label. In Europe and the UK, one commercially available product is on the market for dogs & cats, sold under the name Metrobactin. It’s approved for use on pets with bacterial infections of the gastrointestinal tract, urinary tract, mouth, and skin.

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