PETVITAL N 300 globules for small rodents 10 g

Canina pharma GmbH

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PETVITAL N 300 globules for small rodents

Petvital N line 300

Purulent inflammation, runny nose, cough, nasal discharge and sneezing are sure signs of runny nose and colds. Drafts, cold, damp air and extreme temperature fluctuations can easily lead to colds or even conjunctivitis. Inflammatory processes can also be caused by small skin injuries such as B. by sharp-edged litter. Dirt infection of the fresh wound leads to inflammation. These often develop into an abscess through the formation of pus.
N 300 helps to heal the inflammatory process quickly. Apis, the honey bee, an animal component, and Hepar sulfuris, the lime sulfur liver (a special processing according to Hahnemann, the founder of homeopathy), are the medicinally effective ingredients. Also check the composition of the feed and, if necessary, switch to a basic feed enriched with vitamins. We also recommend changing to a litter that has no sharp edges.

PETVITAL N 300 globules for small rodents Areas of application: Purulent inflammation, runny nose, local suppuration, abscesses, angina, conjunctivitis

It applies to all Petvital N preparations:
Contents: 10g (approx. 1200 globules)

PETVITAL N 300 globules for small rodents Dosage:
The administration takes place via the feed or via the drinking water. Depending on the size, 3-8 globules per animal are calculated on approx. 100ml drinking water. The preparations are administered for one to two days or up to several weeks, depending on the area of ​​application. There is no getting used to.

A healthy animal that ingests PETVITAL N preparations does not suffer any disadvantages as a result, the preparation simply has no effect on him. It is therefore not necessary to separate healthy animals from the animals to be treated. Contraindications, side effects and interactions with other preparations are not known.
 


Warning notice:

For information on risks and side effects, read the package insert and ask your veterinarian or pharmacist.