Are you planning on having your pet spayed or neutered in the near future? Even though digs and cats have a remarkable healing ability whenever they’ve had surgery, wouldn’t you like to help your furry kid health from this surgery faster? Emu Oil is your answer!
Emu Oil is derived from the Australian bird, the Emu, a cousin of the Ostrich. Emu Oil’s remarkable healing properties have been known to the Australian Aborigines for centuries. This miracle of nature oil is just beginning to be know in the Western world and taking it by storm. Emu Oil is naturally antibiotic, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory, making it an exception healing agent. A small drop of two on the incision 2-3 times a day will not only heal that incision faster but make your dog or cat more comfortable since Emu Oil is also a natural pain reliever.
Infections are always a possibility with any surgery, and because Emu Oil in antibiotic, it will help your pet not develop an infection. Most vets now will provide a head cone for your pet to keep them from licking the wound until it heals. Most dogs and cats hate the head cone, so not only would you be helping them heal faster from the surgery, but their emotional health will also be positively impacted. Another plus for using Emu Oil if you happen to take the head cone off your pet, and they lick the wound, Emu Oil is safe to ingest. Most animals LOVE it, so make sure the bottle is where your pet can’t get to it. Emu Oil is safe, plastic isn’t.
It takes very little Emu Oil to works its magic. Emu Oil has natural Vitamin E in it as well, another well known ingredient that helps heal. Vitamin E is also a natural preservative which gives Emu Oil a long shelf life. Emu Oil will not interfere with any medications your pet happens to be on either.
All pet owners want their pet safe, healthy and happy. Spaying or neutering is one of the ways to accomplish all three. Make the healing process go faster with your pet with Emu Oil. Personally, I recently had my own dog, a long coat Chihuahua named Taffy spayed. I had no interest in breeding her and at only 3 pounds, Taffy was much too tiny to breed. Besides, her health is the most important and spaying her will help that as well. I used Emu Oil on her spay incision from the evening I brought her home. Not only did she heal faster than her Vet expected, she didn’t need the pain medication she was given either. She bounced back extremely quickly, and I had no problems with infections or other post operative problems.
Try it, you won’t be disappointed and neither will your fur kid! By the way, Emu Oil is safe for humans too!