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Natural Relief from Hot Spots
posted 4 years ago
“I frequently use the Noni Lavender Lotion on a variety of skin lesions in dogs including ‘hot spots’. I have owners give the fruit leather orally to dogs who require immune boosting. It can either be placed in the food or rolled up and administered like a ‘pill.’”
Dr. Moore uses the IcyHeat Noni Lotion (which contains camphor and menthol) on animals with arthritis, sore muscles, or a variety of sports injuries. Lotions are obviously easier to apply on short-haired animals, she says, but can be applied to the lower limbs of long-haired dogs.
“My specialty is veterinary chiropractic,” she says. “So I work with a lot of canine and equine athletes. They run, jump, make tight turns, climb. Herding dogs not only run and turn sharply, the animals they herd can also injure them. Like any athlete, sprains, strains, and other contusions and traumas are common and IcyHeat can alleviate a lot of the discomfort.”
From Drs Prescription to Healthy Living Magazine: Adrienne Moore, D.V.M., is an equine, small and exotic animal doctor in rural San Diego County, California. Dr. Moore has used noni lotion for a variety of conditions, including skin cancer
Pros: Effective, 100% natural, no chemicals, works in days
Cons: Noni typically smells
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