Is Your Dog or Cat's Health at Risk from Pneumonia or other Respiratory Issue?
Dog or Cat Pneumonia, Cold/Flu, & Other Respiratory Issues
As the owner of a pet suffering with a respiratory illness, you should be pleased to know that there is a natural and very safe METHOD that is constantly proving itself effective at helping to resolve common respiratory problems in Dogs or Cats. In frequent conversations, pet owners reveal vet comments, especially in cases of pneumonia in dogs, that “nothing more can be done”. The likely reason being that standard medical, or 'antibiotics' approach often fails to restore health. Sometimes the root factor for the respiratory distress is viral or fungal in nature; OR a particular "causative bacteria" has grown RESISTANT to common antibiotics, which is a frequent occurrence in modern times.
This is where the effective multi-layer approach of the NZYMES® Healthy-Respiratory Kit really shines - as very likely the only chance for total, yet speedy recovery. And this approach is all natural, with no pharmaceuticals (with side-effect worries). If any extended use of antibiotics have already been involved, you have a high chance of internal yeast infection as a result, followed by a probability of significant skin problems (call us if this is the case). So, if you have not started with those treatments, it is in your best interest to give this very inexpensive Program a try, with a cost factor likely much less than just the vet visit alone.
While the NZYMES Healthy-Respiratory Kit is very easy to use, it is also quite effective and expedient. Most cases are resolved in 3 days or less, even pneumonia. To see how the program works, and how easy it is, you can choose from 5 INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS, one of which is tailored for the "weight group" of your dog or cat. As an additional benefit of becoming and NZYMES customer, you are WELCOME to as much free phone support as you may need. NZYMES® is one of the few remaining companies in America where you can actually get a PERSON on the phone without the typical "phone system run-around". Our hours of operation are M-F, 9am Eastern time, to 6pm Pacific time (12 hours). Your questions are welcome, and we look forward to assisting you with resolving pet health issues. Kennel
Cough in Dogs, Dog Pneumonia, and pet Bronchial respiratory infections are
on the rise in recent years and, as already mentioned, antibiotic treatments often fail - leaving pet owners in the lurch, trying to find answers. You won't find any method easier or more effective, and our 120-Day Satisfaction Guarantee backs up that statement.
NZYMES® Healthy-Respiratory Kit to the RESCUE!
With the NZYMES Multi-Layered approach, the liquid Ox-E-Drops are 1) added to the diet to assist the body internally with the infection and then, 2) used within a Vaporizer to facilitate inhaling of vapors and directing Ox-E-Drops help where it is most needed - lungs and bronchial tubes where respiratory function is impacted. Finally, the Third layer is to add the NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats to the daily DIET (doubled up for 2 weeks); this is to aid and support maximizing immune system performance. This NZYMES® 3-layer approach has
shown to deliver the desired results nearly 100% of the time with all types of respiratory problems.
Cough in Dogs or Cats...
Kennel Cough, also referred to as Bordetella (Bordetellosis)
or Tracheobronchitis, is among the more typical upper respiratory
issues that may affect your dog, or cat (occasionally). This common issue is highly
contagious and is known to affect a high percentage of Dogs throughout
the world; and, Cats are not necessarily immune. Boarding would then be an easy place to contract the
illness. Causative agents of, or contributors to, this common
upper respiratory issue may include: para influenza, Bordetella
bronchiseptica, and mycoplasma. Canine adenovirus, reovirus and
even the canine herpes virus have been known to be contributors.
Usually, more than one of these are contributors.
Initial symptoms include a hacking, dry cough, with a retching action.
Often, the sound exhibited may resemble that of 'honking'; and, a
nasal discharge that is quite watery, rather than heavy, is apparent.
Advanced cases may lead to lethargic or lazy behavior, fever, lack
of appetite, and pneumonia can result. Death is an ultimate possibility.
No matter the type of respiratory illness affecting your pet, whether
Flu, Kennel Cough, or even Pneumonia, it is likely there will be
times when you'll need more help than your veterinarian can provide.
Antibiotics are the most common treatment provided there, which
may or may not resolve the problem.
NOTE: When any dog has been treated with prescription
anti-biotic's there is always a possibility of developing an
infection. This may damage the immune system by destroying
the body's natural flora. Direct-Fed
Microbials should always be considered when antibiotics
Please be aware that there are strains of anti-biotic
resistant bacteria that have developed immunities to typical
antibiotics over the years. However, certain doctors we
work with have seen real effectiveness of the NZYMES® Ox-E-Drops in such situations.
this article: Anti-biotic Resistant Infections - US Food
and Drug Administration
Canine influenza (Dog Flu), is a highly contagious
respiratory infection in dogs which is caused by a virus.
Canine influenza is a relatively new condition. The first documented
case in the U.S. was in January of 2004 at a Greyhound racetrack
in Florida. Since that time, there have been outbreaks throughout
the U.S. Canine influenza virus is closely related to the virus
that causes equine influenza. It is thought that the equine influenza
virus mutated to produce the canine influenza virus.
Two clinical syndromes have been seen in dogs infected with the
canine influenza virus - a mild form of the disease and a more
severe form that is accompanied by pneumonia.
Dogs suffering with the mild form of canine influenza develop
a soft, moist cough that persists for 10 to 30 days. Some dogs
have a dry cough similar to the "kennel cough" caused
by Bordetella bronchiseptica/para influenza virus complex. Therefore,
it is not uncommon for true Dog Flu cases to be misdiagnosed as "kennel
cough." Dogs with the mild form of influenza may also have
a thick nasal discharge, which may be caused by a secondary bacterial
Dogs with the more severe form of canine influenza will develop
a high fever, generally 104 - 106ºF, and show clinical symptoms
of pneumonia, such as rapid, labored breathing. Pneumonia may be
caused by a secondary bacterial infection.
Because this is a newly emerging disease, almost all dogs, are
susceptible to infection and have no immunity. Virtually every
dog that is exposed to the virus will become infected, and nearly
80% show clinical signs of disease. Fortunately, most affected
dogs have the mild form.
NZYMES®, with the Healthy-Respiratory Kit, has
built a strong track-record for assisting the body of respiratory-distressed dogs or cats with these types of problems everyday.
the SUCCESS STORIES TAB
for actual customer testimonials.
Pneumonia Overview, Minus the Medical Terms
Pneumonia has various forms, but as an inflammatory illness of
the lungs, it can be life threatening - as it strongly affects
the ability of the body to absorb oxygen from air taken in. With
an infection resulting in pneumonia, the 'sacs' that are responsible
for collecting the oxygen needed by the body become filled with
fluid, thereby inhibiting the ability to collect enough oxygen
to support the body. If the body is deprived of oxygen to great
enough extent, for long enough, then the inevitable result would
Pneumonia, as with most other respiratory illness, is the likely result
of an infection - from the various pathogen types: bacteria, fungi,
viruses, or even parasites.
Symptoms for this condition could include coughing, elevated fever, difficulty
of breathing, or even chest pain. Shaking or chills may often be an additional
indication, as well as sweaty or clammy skin; and, blueness of the skin
would indicate a sharp loss of oxygen.
Diagnosis would often involve X-ray, and maybe inspection of mucus or
phlegm expelled from lungs or air passages.
In order to resolve the pneumonia issue and undo the damage, the underlying
infection must be dealt with and eliminated. This is usually handled
by doctors or vets by administration of antibiotics - where the vet/doctor
makes a choice from a varied list of options, depending on his diagnosis
and understanding of the case.
ANTIBIOTICS HAVE NOT BEEN EFFECTIVE, OR ROOT CAUSE IS VIRAL OR FUNGAL?
if the particular anti-biotic being used proves ineffective against the specific (unknown)
infecting bacterial pathogen? Or, what if it's not a bacteria infection at all? This is where the NZYMES® Healthy-Respiratory Kit is able to show the true power of special dietary and nutritional supplementation.
Get your Healthy-Respiratory Kit today, and see your dog or cat healthy and playful in only a number of days. POSSIBLE SIDE BENEFITS: While using up that bottle of TREATS, you may also notice some different improvements of another nature --- if your pet has shown signs of Mobility distress, such a stiffness or degraded joint health, problems with hips, some tendency for seizures or fits, or a variety of other types of common health issues for pets. Wouldn't this be a pleasant surprise? Order
Though Bronchitis is more common with people, it is known to
show up occasionally with dogs or cats. Younger, small-breed dogs
are usually the victims. Specifically, this form of inflammatory
respiratory illness involves inflammation of the BRONCHI - the
medium size airways of the lungs. The 'Acute' version of this illness
usually involves Viral or Bacterial infection which must be conquered
in some manner, and the issue can last for days or even weeks.
If not properly dealt with, pneumonia can result. Chronic Bronchitis
is a different situation; this ailment is not likely the result
of infection. It may be due to COPD - Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary
Disease - and is best diagnosed by a proper physician.
Symptoms indicating bronchitis may include coughing and increased
production of phlegm (sputum) and, due to restriction in airways,
difficulty in breathing, shortness of breath, or even wheezing.
Proper diagnosis will confirm the issue via clinical exam, and/or
microbiological examination of the phlegm.
Doctor prescribed treatments will usually involve antibiotics,
though this only mainly helpful if bacteria is the root cause of
the infection. Whenever the use of antibiotics is considered,
a a person should be aware of the possibility of damage to the
intestinal flora that makes up our primary immune system. Damage
here can can lead to a breakdown of the flora allowing Candida
yeast to flourish and produce a Systemic Yeast Infection or Leaky-Gut
Syndrome. This can happen to both people and pets.
Again, this type of ailment can often be tied to viral infection,
for which the doctor will not be able to help, and the anti-biotic
medication may not be the best for the person in the long run.
The NZYMES® Healthy-Respiratory Kit can
also become your best friend where Bronchial distress is presenting the challenge.
Can OX-E-DROPS Help?
First, the NZYMES® Ox-E-Drops can
provide important support for this type of respiratory issue
in both people and their pets.
Second, the NZYMES® Antioxidant
Treats for Pets, or Antioxidant Granules or
the Antioxidant Complex for People can
play a vital role as well - by providing key nutrients the
body can use more readily for recovery.
Using the Drops with Respiratory Conditions...
WE SAY, "Drink it, Breath it, and just get well".
I: Using a vaporizer, nebulizer, or even a pan of
steaming water is an efficient way to breathe the Ox-E-Drops enriched
vapors into the lungs. This is the correct way to get after
this kind of problem quickly. For the complete Instructions, click here - Oxy & Vaporizer Use.
Part II: So that the problem is attacked from
two angles, we recommend taking the drops internally mixed in
water, coffee or tea. This approaches the problem at the GI tract
where the body directly fights pathogens, bacteria, viruses,
See our Ox-E-Drops
Guidelines for Use for the best understanding
on all the various uses of the Ox-E-Drops.
Again, when using the Ox-E-Drops combined in
the diet, and inhaled into the lungs with a vaporizer, you are
approaching the problem from multiple angles with two very powerful
products. Our success with these kind of respiratory problems
is well documented. Order Now!
VALUE OFFER: Since there are a multitude of uses for Ox-E-Drops for both people and pets, we tend to recommend ordering the larger 8 oz. REFILL bottle. Overall this is our best value. Order Now!
After our Great Dane puppy "Caesar" was neutered, he suddenly
developed pneumonia. Our vet tried every anti-biotic treatment imaginable,
but nothing worked. He said Caesar's body would not allow his body to
fight off the infection. He said he done all he could so I picked up
Caesar so he could spend what the vet said would be his last hours with
us. Read the Full Story
EZ - CHRONIC COUGH
Our Labradoodle puppy, "EZ", developed a chronic cough. The vet tested him for every possible ailment. The conclusion was that he probably suffered from some type of allergies and his cough continued to worsen. The medications only slightly improved EZ's condition. Our wonderful puppy was miserable without the medications, and maybe even more miserable on the medications We were fortunate to find NZYMES.COM. Read the Full Story
ABBY - KENNEL COUGH - PNEUMONIA - DIFFICULT BREATHING
Over the weekend the vet called to let me know that Abby's condition showed little or NO improvement at all". She said, "this is very discouraging". So I picked up Abby on 01-23-07 to take her home to basically "die". The vet says "there is nothing else they can do for her". However, With a lot of prayer, and the NZYMES® Ox-E-Drops, Abby is all well!! It has been 6 days now since she has been home and been taking the Ox-E-Drops. Read the Full Story
Sure, we have dozens of Success Stories to review about dogs overcoming Respiratory challenges. However, many people may be highly interested in seeing actual REAL-TIME customer reviews of what is typically seen using NZYMES® products. You can CLICK THE 5-STAR LOGO to see these reviews, which are up-to-the-minute, and are captured by an independent firm (ShopperApproved.com) - upon customer CHECKOUT from the website. Should you choose to purchase, you will be offered the opportunity to respond to the review process, and a second opportunity to update your FINDINGS 30 days later. The remarks you will see are from people having used the products. After all, when first purchasing, what can you speak about - other than the shopping experience.
Using the NZYMES Healthy-Respiratory Program...
INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOW IN VIDEO FORM
Below, you see a couple of items you will need for use with the Program; but, for understanding proper procedures, please choose from the FIVE VIDEO INSTRUCTIONALS - that are tailored to specific weight-groups of pets.
Here you see two inexpensive items you may need to make use of the program, a small plastic syringe, and a basic vaporizer - available at your local Walgreens or CVS.
Again, to choose an instructional VIDEO - according to your dog's weight - just CLICK HERE.