Does Your Pet Need Detox?

Posted by Ruby Tequin on

Majority of the chronic health problems in our pets are a result of excessive toxins. The higher the load of toxins accumulated in their body, the higher the chances they develop an illness.

Just like us, animals have natural detoxifiers too—namely the liver and kidney. However, when the toxic load becomes too heavy to manage, your pet’s detoxifying organs will need some cleansing too.

But when’s the perfect time to give your pet its much-needed detox? Oftentimes, a dog or cat will show signs of a buildup of toxins in their body. Bring your beloved pet to a veterinarian clinic when you notice the following symptoms:

  • Flakey skin
  • Runny eyes
  • Clogged nose
  • Mucous covered feces
  • Ear Infection
  • Intermittent vomiting
  • Loose stools
  • Diarrhea

Prevention is always better than cure. Before your pet’s toxic bucket becomes full, reduce their toxic load by doing a regular clay cleanse. Clay cleanse uses bentonite clay to draw out toxins and other unwanted elements from your pet’s system. Simply add a teaspoonful of bentonite clay in your pet’s drinking water or rub it on the surface of their skin.


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