Using Colloidal silver

Animals can benefit from colloidal silver in a number of ways. Its antibacterial properties make it a great addition to your pet’s diet following an upset stomach. In addition, it can be applied to any cuts or grazes to help keep them clean and infection free. Colloidal silver also helps your pets to eliminate parasites and shield it from unwanted viruses making it great for maintaining the general health of your pet.

Cuts and scrapes – Apply Colloidal Silver liquid or gel directly to the wound or graze, if you are applying a dressing (wrap or bandage) apply a little colloidal silver to the dressing as well. Colloidal silver will not react with other medications meaning it can be used in conjunction with antiseptic creams and ointments.

Canine Acne – It’s not just us humans that are prone to problematic skin, dogs also suffer from acne and spots. Using a small piece of cotton pad, massage a small amount of colloidal silver liquid or gel into the problem areas two to three times a day.

Conjunctivitis – To treat conjunctivitis simply drop 2 to 3 drops of colloidal silver liquid (not gel or cream) into the eye of your pet 2 to 3 times a day.

Ear Infections – For ear infections place 3 to 5 drops of colloidal silver liquid (not gel or cream) into the ear canal of your dog/cat using a dropper. It is best to do this at least twice a day. The next step is to gently rub the ear in a circular motion, then remove your hand and let your dog/cat shake its head. You can use a cotton ball to gently wipe any excess liquid from the inside of the ear flap. In addition, swab the inner-ear flap with colloidal silver once or twice a day.

Dental Issues – Spray colloidal silver liquid onto a toothbrush and brush your dogs/cats teeth daily without the use of water. This helps your pet in a number of ways. Bacteria like to breed in warm, damp conditions and your dog’s/cat’s mouth is just about perfect for them to make a home. Brushing with colloidal silver liquid daily will help to reduce bad breath issues as well as improve general oral hygiene and possibly avoid the need for anaesthetic later in life as sometimes dogs/cats need to be put under to have their teeth cleaned.

Tummy Upsets – Tummy upsets and pets are never a good combination yet, colloidal silver liquid can be a great tool for reducing the symptoms and speeding recovery. Simply add around a teaspoon of colloidal silver to your pet’s water bowl 2-3 times a day for a couple of days whilst the problem persists.

A ‘must have’ for any pets first aid kit