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Side Effects / Itching from Joint Rescue Use?

Posted on: 10/30/2011 7:19 AM
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QUESTION:  Hello, do you know of any side effects to this med?? itching?

ANSWER"  Yes, itching is possible, especially if an animal is allergic to shellfish. (Most glucosamine in the world is made from crabshells. Often the only way you find out an animal is allergic to shellfish is when they itch when given glucosamine.) Second, much less likely possibility is allergies to Boswellia. Nancy Scanlan, DVM, MSFP, CVA Nothing in the world is friendlier than a wet dog.

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Mimi Bailey

Question 3: Regarding Plaque Zapper: Does the product work when used in a pet fountain that recirculates the water. Thanks!

Posted: 2 years ago
J Meisel

How much water is appropriate for one packet of Plaque-Zapper?

Posted: 2 years ago
Ark Naturals Admin

Response to Mimi Bailey: No, the product would be filtered out. Plaque Zapper would only be effective in a filtered water fountain if the filter was removed.

Posted: 2 years ago
Ark Naturals Admin

RESPONSE to J Meisel: You do not need to follow a specific product to water ratio. Similar to using mouthwash, Plaque Zapper will be sloshed around in the pet's mouth and be effective. The product is effective for 6-8 hours so it is best to add to approximately what the pet will drink in that amount of time. I empty and clean my dog's water bowl before bedtime. Then first thing in the morning I add Plaque Zapper to a fresh bowl of water. Hope that helps!

Posted: 2 years ago
Laura Sweeting

Great info, thanks. I knew it worked because I looked at my dog's teeth before using Plaque Zapper and 1 month after, and I could see a definite improvement. Now I know WHY it works.

Posted: one year ago
William Fitzsimmons

Hi...Regarding the "Omega Mender! Itch Ender!" product, should it be administered only once per day, and is it okay to apply it to a dog's food? Thanks in advance for your reply.

Posted: one year ago
Ark Naturals Admin

RESPONSE to William Fitzsimmons: Yes, our Omega Mender! Itch Ender! product can be applied to a dog's food and should be administered only once per day.

Posted: one year ago