We don’t like to use potentially harmful products on our bodies – so why would we subject our dogs to potential treatments filled with chemicals.
There is a growing trend towards using natural antibiotics specifically designed for dogs instead of going for human-made antibiotics.
Of course, we recommend speaking to your regular veterinarian before you treat your dog with a new product for the first time regardless of whether it’s natural or man-made.
This article isn’t a substitute for medical advice, so please consult with your local animal health expert before you decide to use a new product on your pet.
In this article, we’re going to take a closer look at
Colloidal Silver For Dogs. The product is a natural treatment that can aid and help your pup’s overall health.
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What is Colloidal Silver For Dogs?
Colloidal silver for dogs is a natural antibiotic. It can help to fight a number of different infections that are known to affect dogs, such as yeast infections, ears, skin infections and a sore throat.
This vegan product also has the added benefit of having antifungal, antiseptic and disinfectant properties.
So how does it work? Here’s Colloidal Earth to explain”
Its components consist of submicroscopic pieces of silver particles broken down into a liquid base. The idea is that colloidal silver obstructs a pathogen’s ability to breathe, and kills it within a few minutes.
The product is a fast and safe way to fight any viral, bacterial, and fungal infections affecting your dog.
Their website adds that tther health benefits include boosting your dog’s immune system and their general health and well-being.
We were particularly interested in testing Colloidal Silver For Dogs after our youngest dog Copper returned from doggy care with a scar on his nose. Upon learning about Colloidal Silver’s ability to treat such wounds, we decided to give the product a go.
Although the scar wasn’t too pronounced, it was noticeable enough that some family members and close friends asked what had happened to our Alaskan Klee Kai.
We applied two drops a day topically to Copper’s scar on his snout. We didn’t notice much of a change in the first week, but by the end of the second week, to our delight, the scar was starting to heel. Copper’s nose no longer boasts the mark.
We decided to give Colloidal Silver For Dogs a try after consulting with our vet. We strongly recommend dog owners discuss with their local vet before applying any product to their pooch for the first time. It’s important to administer the right dosage as too much can be harmful for dogs.
What other customers are saying
We found some reviews for Colloidal Silver For Dogs on the company’s website.
Alison gave five stars after the product helped her dog:
“So far it has helped my dog with dry itchy patches and my friends infection in jaw after having 2 teeth pulled.”
A 15ml Colloidal Silver dropper costs £18.99 (GBP) on their website.
Anything else to consider?
Like we mentioned above, you should contact your vet before deciding to give your dog any new treatment, including Colloidal Silver.
It’s important to give the right dosage, which is dependent on size rather than age.
So there you have it, that’s our review of Colloidal Silver For Dog. We found the product to be beneficial to one of our dogs. However, you should contact an expert before you decide to use it on your pooch.
For more information and to buy visit: colloidalearth.com