Here's a quick question for pet owners owners out there. Has your pet ever suffered from hot spots? Insect bites? Dermatitis? A laceration? Had surgery? Rain Rot? (Horses) Overall itchiness due to allergies? Annoying itchiness from healing scratches?
I'm thinking every dog, cat or horse out there could easily say, "Yes. That sounds like me" to one or more of these ailments. (The French Poodle would of course say, "Oui. Cela sonne comme moi." And the Australian Heeler would most likely respond; "Blimey right I have, Mate")
I know my dog Oscar can confirm at least five. He's had surgical incisions (4), hot spots in the summer, been stung a few times, had a neighborhood cat scratch his snout (Okay...Oscar WAS egging her on) and he received quite a few skin prickles during his encounter with the burr batch at the local dog park.
Dr.Rose's Remedies is a wonderful company that produces ALL Natural products that addresses these conditions. Here is a video from their YouTube channel which is a great introduction to what they are all about.
Just look at all of the conditions they treat. Impressive!!
Indications for use:
- Heals wounds, burns, bruises and lacerations
- Promotes the healing of acute moist dermatitis (hot spots), ear infections and skin rashes
- Helps speed healing of surgical wounds
- Promotes healing of abscesses
- Relieves inflammation and irritation associated with inter-digital infection
- Relieves itchy skin
- Soothes skin
- Moisturizes skin
- Promotes healing of wounds
- Promotes healing of burns
- Promotes the healing of lick granulomas
- Promotes the healing of allergic dermatitis
- Promotes the healing of flea bite dermatitis
- Promotes the healing of sunburn
- Alleviates prickly heat
Their products are available at retailers across USA, Bermuda and Canada. They have a page on their website where you can search for a retailer near you. If you're looking to shop online, there are several online retailers who carry their products.
Disclosure: This blog post is sponsored (paid) by Dr. Rose's Remedies. Disclosure is required by law under the FTC Guidelines)