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If you are interested in keeping your new puppy or kitten healthy the natural way you might want to try colloidal silver for pets. If you don’t want to spend a small fortune on huge vet bills as your pet ages, you'll be amazed...colloidal silver for dogs and cats works wonders for keeping your pet healthy, boosting their immunity and works on so many little health concerns! Modern veterinarian medicine is based on drugs, chemicals and surgery. We don't always want to subject our 'fur children' to that method of disease management rather than true health care.

Keep their immune system strong with health promoting methods.

You may want to consider adopting the naturopathic, holistic approach to real pet health care. The holistic health lifelstyle will enable you to maintain a much healthier pet, one that will allow you to have years of disease free enjoyment and love. Optimal health can happen just by following some very simple guidelines and naturopathic health techniques of raising our animals into healthy adults.

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What People Say!

By Amazon Customer on April 13, 2016
Couldn't find anything better for my 5 year old Bull terrier suffering from mange and several infections (ear, eyes and skin)So far his hair has been growing back. He seems happier and healthier too. Definitely will buy again!!
Amazon Customer on April 13, 2016
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I have 7 dogs and one is a special-needs dog who was getting her scrapes infected. This has worked really well for her–cuts healed and no more fever. I tried it on me to see if it works and it really helps stop the itching. Already bought another bottle so I’m never out because I use it every day.
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- Nelly Mazariegos-Corea
Amazing product! My 12 yr old sheltie suffers from skin problems. Since using this no longer have to take her to vet’s and put her on strong medications to relieve her itching and skin inflammations.
Carole V, Robertson June 24, 2016