Help For Equine Respiratory Distress Issues
Respiratory issues in horses, just as with dogs or cats, can cause a HORSE to succumb to respiratory distress and ailments, with the most serious being Pneumonia. Any of these issues and associated symptoms could attack your horse at any time, and the more quickly you take action, with the proper assistance, the better. Usually, such respiratory issues will be caused by airborne viral transmission; but, the animal may also acquire the illness through bacterial means.
In most respiratory issues in horses, there is obvious heavy congestion or a chronic cough or even a noticeable impact on breathing performance (especially with pneumonia).
Following our respiratory program for horses will require some sort of tenting mechanism to facilitate the use of a vaporizer. This is easy with Dogs. You can place them in a very small room or a covered kennel to constrict the breathing area to that area fed by a vaporizer device. For the horse, you may have to get creative to duplicate this action, either tenting or using the smallest enclosure possible. Whatever the answer may be, please understand that this respiratory support is a very important part of the potential recovery.
Respiratory Issues in Horses & the NZYMES Dual-Approach Program
The NZYMES Healthy Respiratory Program provides an excellent nutritional support should a serious respiratory issue with your horse occur. The combination of NZYMES Ox-E-Drops plus the NZYMES Sprouted Granules, have consistently demonstrated their ability to support the compromised body of animals and promote a return to healthier immune functions in respiratory issues in horses.
PART I: NZYMES Ox-E-Drops puts the power of oxygen to work and is used both internally (in the horse’s diet) and with a vaporizer to support healthy respiratory recovery.
PART II: NZYMES Sprouted Granules, with its powerful SuperFood Protein, is added to the horse’s regular daily feed. This special nutrition, even at very small amounts (3 to 4 teaspoons) can be very effective at supporting all the body’s metabolic functions – especially its ability to promote healthy immune system defenses and quicker recovery.
Common Respiratory Ailment Symptoms: Coughing, sneezing, wheezing, congestion, runny nose, sore/irritated throat, difficulty in breathing, listlessness, inactivity, or redness of eyes.
Products Recommended to Support Respiratory Recovery Challenges in Horses