Aloe Vera for Pets and Animals – Aloe health products and treatment for your pets explained…
Did you know that aloe vera is good for your pets and animals the same as it’s good for humans? In addition, did you know that Forever has a range of aloe health products suitable for your pets: dogs, cats and other animals? Here at Aloe Health Community, we’re not just concerned about your health and well-being. We’re also concerned about the health of your pets and animals too. After all, in many cases, they are an integral part of the family.
Unlike us, they can’t talk to let you know when they’re feeling poorly. Therefore, it’s important to take precaution to promote good health and well-being. Hence, We’ll explore and explain how to use aloe vera to treat your pets and animals. Also, you’ll gain an insight into how they can benefit from Forever aloe health products.
An Herbal Remedy in Veterinary Practice
“The first Aloe vera to arrive in the UK was in 1693, most coming from Jamaica and known as “Cape” or “Horse Aloes”. In 1844 the veterinary schools were granted a royal charter to become the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Aloe vera was such an important herb to the veterinary profession at this time that it was included in the RCVS coat of arms which still shows a centaur carrying a shield bearing a picture of the Aloe vera plant”. Source veterinary practice.
Is Aloe Vera Safe for your Pets and Animals?
Before considering treating your pets and animals, it would be helpful for you to know the facts and the benefits aloe. Crucially, it’s also important for you to know which part of the aloe is best for them, thus avoiding side effects. See article facts and benefits of aloe vera.
- Yes. Aloe vera is generally safe for your pets and animals. However, only use products from a reputable aloe vera company that specialise for them. Importantly, make sure the product contains only the inner leaf substance of aloe vera; known as the “gel”.
- No. It’s important that your pets and animals do not ingest whole aloe leaf. Inside the leaf is a yellowish substance called latex which is mildly toxic for your pets, particularly dogs and cats and can cause the following effects such as diarrhoea, vomiting, loss of appetite and urinary changes.
Again; always consult a Veterinary Surgeon before carrying out treatment on your pets and animals. Self-diagnosis can be dangerous. Never alter or stop medicines prescribed by a Veterinary Surgeon without first consulting them. Use Complementary medicinal herbs to complement conventional veterinary medicine, never as a replacement.
The benefits to gain from treating your pets and animals with Forever aloe vera health products are many. There are two ways that treatment can be done; by mouth or directly to the skin. First and foremost, a good starting point to introduce the aloe vera gel to your pets and animals is direct to their food.
Use Aloe vera to treat your pets and animals for the following conditions:
- Wounds and burns
- Digestive system
- Immune system
- Ear and eye problems
David Urch (Vet) explain How and what Forever aloe vera products to use to treat your pets and animals. Watch the video below.
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