Based on a formula in use since 1874
Effective relief of symptoms caused by upper respiratory ailments produced by congestion or allergy. When a cat loses its sense of smell due to congestion, it also loses its appetite, further weakening your pet
Symptoms to look for:
Sniffling, sneezing, nasal discharge and noisy breathing.
Can also be used to treat ear mites
Made with 3.3% (v-v) alcohol U.S.P. this formula contains Canada balsam, camphor, oil origanum, oil rosemary, blended in a corn oil base.
Dosages and Preparing Suggestions for respiratory:
For best results use VetRx warm.
Put bottle in a container of warm water and let it stand for a few minutes or warm quickly over medium heat with the cap open. Always test temperature of product before applying.
Apply 2 drops directly into each nostril for adult cats, 1 drop for kittens. Repeat
in 5 minutes.
Repeat applications 3-4 times a day.
If possible, isolate your pet and treat with VetRx in warm water vaporizer, following manufacturers directions.
Can also drip into steaming pan of water and ""fog"" a covered cage
If upper respiratory symptoms persist, consult your veterinarian.
Symptoms - Cat will shake its head and scratch at its ears.
• Use VetRx warm.
• Shake bottle well to help mix contents.
• Apply by the drop or with a Q-Tip swab. Be sure to dampen entire
affected area. Do not dig off the scabs. The scab should eventually be
shaken off by the cat.
VetRx will leave an oily film on skin and fur. This will not burn the skin or
remove hair. It is helpful in destroying any mites or mite ova which may be