The immune system of a pet's body, which helps defend the body, is triggered when a virus invades it. Helping support the immune system helps your pet's body fight off a viral infection.
All NHV supplements can be used together alongside vet prescribed anti-viral medication as an integrative approach.
Overall viral support for pets. This natural herbal pet remedy is made with herbs that are known to have antiviral properties, like St. John’s Wort and Burdock. This blend may also be useful in supporting the pet’s body to fight off viral infections, support the immune system, and aid with inflammation.
- Helps fight against viral infections and bacterial microorganisms
- Helps strengthen the immune system
- Contains herbs that have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory properties
- Encourages the gentle detoxification of the lymphatic system
A clinically tested formulation that has shown to be effective in supporting the body fight against infections that effect the respiratory system. The herbs will help reduce coughs, and inflammation of the respiratory tract.
- Helps with breathing difficulties
- Eases respiratory congestion
- Contains herbs that are anti-inflammatory and help with discomfort.
A blend of medicinal mushrooms that are reported to help improve the body’s ability to produce white blood cells. It is these lymphocytes that help destroy viruses that invade the body. This formula also helps support overall immune response and has very good anti-inflammatory properties.
- Helps with the immune system
- May help with viral infections
- Helps support vital organs and systems including the cardiovascular system, liver and kidneys.
What is a Virus and How Do Dogs or Cats Get Viruses
A virus is an organism that invades a living cell in order to reproduce. When a virus enters a cell, it releases its DNA into the cell so that it can take control of the cell in order to replicate itself. The infected cell in a cat or dog’s body will die off or change its function. Before this happens, the infected cell has produced and released the virus to other cells in the body or may choose to leave its DNA in the host cell where it can remain inactive until it is disturbed.
A pet cat or dog may catch a viral infection in a variety of ways. Some ways a virus may spread to your cat or dog is through the air, saliva, insects, or parasites. Although a virus can infect all types of life, including plants, bacteria, fungi, as well as animal life, different types of viruses are very often species specific. This means that a virus like FCoV (cat coronavirus) is only found in cats, while canine par-influenza virus is only found in dogs.
- item number
- 2.10 LBS
- Each bottle - 3.4 fl. oz (100ml)
- life stages
- adult, senior, kitten
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Pet's Weight Dosage
To be taken twice daily. All NHV supplements are designed to be used together, and can, therefore, be given at once for convenience.
Select your pet's weight to determine the correct dose.
To be taken twice daily. All NHV supplements are designed to be used together, and can therefore be given at once for convenience.
1 drop for every 2 lb of body weight twice a day up to 50 lb. This is the minimum dosage. We recommend using this dosage when the supplements are being used as proactive care or for general health. When addressing a condition, we recommend using the therapeutic dosage (see below).
Determine your pet’s weight and then use the chart below to determine the correct dose.
Pet's Weight Dosage (twice daily)
0 - 15 lb 0.5 mL
16 - 30 lb 1.0 mL
31 - 45 lb 1.5 mL
46 - 60 lb 2.0 mL
61 - 75 lb 2.5 mL
Over 75 lb 3.0 mL
How to Administer
Shake well before use. The easiest method is to use the dropper provided and squirt directly into the pet’s mouth or add the correct dosage to your pet's food or favorite treat.
Some pets can be finicky, if this occurs consider hiding the drops in foods most pet’s love such as fish, chicken or yogurt or a favorite treat. If your pet only eats dry food then soak a few kibbles at feeding time.
For Best Results
Herbal dietary supplements are beneficial to the health and wellbeing of your pet and are safe for long-term use. Every pet responds to natural herbal supplements differently, therefore it is important to be consistent and administer the product daily. Supplements generally take two to four weeks to take effect, however this will vary from one animal to the another.
All NHV Natural Pet Products are pure herbal extracts and contain no added artificial additives, preservatives or coloring. Shelf life after opening is 6 months and must be refrigerated after opening
My cat has Coronavirus. Does that mean my cat can give me Coronavirus?
The short answer is no, your cat cannot give you Coronavirus. The Feline Coronavirus (FCoV) is not the same as the Coronavirus identified first in Wuhan (2019-nCoV). The Feline Coronavirus is not transmissible to people, and so far experts have not expressed concerns about transmission to or from cats with the 2019 Novel Coronavirus. It is important, however, to understand this disease, so that you can help protect your cat. Feline Coronavirus (FCoV) is a common viral, but highly contagious intestinal infection in cats. It can be asymptomatic, but may cause a few problems, like diarrhea in most infected cats. In some cats, however, the intestinal form of FCoV mutates and turns into Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP), a disease that is generally fatal.
There was a dog in Hong Kong with Coronavirus. Can I get Coronavirus from my dog?
In March 2020, there was news about the first dog that test “weak positive” for coronavirus (COVID-19 virus) in Hong Kong. The implications of a “weak positive” test are unclear, and it’s unknown if the presence of the virus is due to infection, environmental contamination, cross-reactivity or even potential issues with the test itself. Hong Kong officials said the dog showed no clinical signs of illness, has been quarantined and is being cared for, and will continue to be monitored to determine its status. Experts have not expressed concern about transmission to or from animals. Multiple international and domestic health organization have indicated that pets and other domestic animals are not considered at risk for contracting or spreading COVID-19.