Here’s how to heal your pooch
from various diseases.
A seven-year-old Pug named Broozo suffered from severe chronic Mange skin infection for the last six years. Marwah, the pet parent in Noida, consulted many veterinarians across Delhi & Noida but there was no improvement to Broozo’s skin condition. Marwah then referred to a vet in New Friends Colony in New Delhi who administered Cell-Pet at a dosage of six drops of Cell-Pet mixed in 20 ml drinking water in a syringe which was then sprayed into the Pug’s mouth. The vet also instructed that 3-4 drops of Cell-Pet is to be mixed into some Aqueous Cream which was to be rubbed on to the mange infected skin areas on a daily basis. Broozo’s condition had improved considerably since Cell-Pet was administered. Cell-Pet had oxygenated the body from the inside and the outside. Broozo’s skin improved. All the open wounds had healed nicely and Broozo is almost back to normal.
Facts on mange…
Mange is a type of inflammatory skin disease caused by tiny parasitic mites on dogs. There are two basic types of mange, Sarcoptic and Demodectic, which have separate causes and symptoms. It is important to be able to identify the signs of each, and to understand the difference between them. Though mange is rarely fatal, knowing how to recognise this frustrating disease early makes treating the dog much easier in the long run.
Sarcoptic Mange usually causes frantic itching. The dog may relentlessly scratch or chew at his skin to relieve the itch. The dog’s skin irritated from the constant scratching and biting, can easily become infected. The itching can even be so severe that it distracts the dog from normal eating, drinking, and resting.
Demodectic Mange, the least serious variety, usually results in one or two “thin” or bald patches in the dog’s hair. Usually, this small patch will not appear inflamed or irritated and will not cause serious itching.
Broozo was obviously suffering from Sarcoptic Mange.
Testimonial of a pet parent…
“My 11 years old Labrador Romeo like most other Labs had a joint pain and was finding it difficult to climb stairs. Whenever we needed to take him for a walk, he would refuse to budge and it was a herculean task to coax him to climb down the stairs from our 1st floor apartment. He was also little weak and lethargic because of his old age. Then I heard of Cell-Pet and thought of giving it a try. The first 7/8 days of Cell-Pet very taxing and I almost thought of giving it up. He would be restless at night and I could see some change in his coat. I understood that the Cell-Pet was rejuvenating his cells and the toxins were getting removed from his body. After the initial few days he became very active, his coat became shiny and we have never had a day of lethargy. He started hopping up the stairs like he did when he was young. Our happiness to see him active once again knew no bounds. Cell-Pet is indeed a great boon for pet lovers,” said Lakshmi Narayan Mallya.
How Cell-Pet works…?
Labrador Romeo experienced what is commonly referred to as a “Healing Crises”. The process of healing sometimes includes a healing crisis, also known as the detox reaction or the cleansing reaction. During a healing crisis, the dog can feel even worse than before the Cell-Pet treatment began. But, with time, he will be healed completely.
How to use Cell Pet
Take small proportion of food, add dosage of Cell-Pet & give to your loved one. When you add it in water, the Cell-Pet which is in colloidal form, enters the blood stream directly via the mucous membranes of the mouth and oesophagus ensuring that 100 percent of the product is absorbed. If the user wants to add it to the food, the dosage is to be increased by as much as 30 percent, so instead of using 3 drops, increase the dosage to 5 drops, etc. You can add Cell-Pet to any liquid provided the temperature is below 25 percent.
Cell-Pet™ is a registered blend of natural plant-sourced minerals, nutrients and electrolytes and is not a medicine. Enchantrix Organic Pvt Ltd and the manufacturers make no medical claims or otherwise for the treatment, prevention, cure or mitigation of disease. If your Pet has a medical condition, we recommend you consult a Veterinarian.