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Kennel Cough is an upper respiratory infection caused by both bacteria and virus'.  It affects the dogs lungs, windpipe and voice box.  Also known as tracheobronchitis, canine infectious tracheobronchitis or bordetella.

There are many bacteria and virus' that can cause kennel cough, most commonly:

  • Pertussin

  • Tracheobronchitis

  • Parainfluenza virus

  • Bordetella bronchiseptica

  • Mycoplasma

  • Canine adenovirus Type 2

  • Reovirus

  • Canine herpes virus

  • klebsiella

Dogs show symptoms such as:

  • Dry hacking cough

  • Spasmodic coughing

  • Excess panting

  • Phlegm

  • Fever

  • Runny nose

  • Watery or thick discharge from eyes

Our Kennel Cough Formula contains nosodes for Kennel Cough as well as other virus' and bacteria that cause dry hacking coughs and also upper respiratory issues.  From our experience its just never the "one" virus present, as there are usually other virus' attacking the system.

We have included in the formula, homeopathic remedies designed to settle the nerves in the throat.  They help to settle the cough and clear the lungs of phlegm which builds up as a response to the cough.  It will also help to reduce fever and clear out other symptoms associated with kennel cough.

Dosage: Homeopathic remedies

10 drops every 5 minutes until symptoms ease, usually after the first hour.  There after 10 drops on fur 4 times per day.

For acute symptoms, dose every 30 - 60 minutes for the first 24 hours, then 5 - 10 times a day.  Can also place 10 drops in animals water bowl.

Safe for all ages and species.


klebsiella (Dilution:10MM)

pertussin (Dilution:10MM)

mycoplasma (Dilution:10MM)

adenovirus (Dilution:10MM)

canine bordetella (Dilution:10MM)

kali muriatum (Dilution:3C)

magnesium phosphoricum (Dilution:3C)

manganum sulphuricum (Dilution:3C)

causticum (Dilution:12C)

chelidonium majus (Dilution:12C)

hepar sulphuris calcareum (Dilution:200C)

ipecacuanha (Dilution:200C)

hyoscyamus (Dilution:100C)

mentha piperita (Dilution:100C)

sticta pulmonaria (Dilution:3C)

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