List of Trachea-Support

Friday, June 11, 2010

Temerl-P...Know What It Is

Here is a very informative Termeril-P link....

This drug contains steroids....

This is the section dog owners should be highly cognitive of:
Phenothiazine derivatives apply also to Temaril-P. Possible side effects attributable to corticosteroids include sodium retention and potassium loss, negative nitrogen balance, suppressed adrenal cortical function, delayed wound healing, osteoporosis, elevated levels of SGPT and SAP, and vomiting and diarrhea (occasionally bloody). Cushings syndrome in dogs has been reported in association with prolonged or repeated steroid therapy. Possible increased susceptibility to bacterial invasion and/or the exacerbation of preexisting bacterial infection may occur in patients receiving corticosteroids. As continue reading

Friday, June 11, 2010

FAQ For PawHealer's Stop Cough For Collapsed Trachea Coughing

Most Commonly Asked Questions For Herbs That Manage Cough


1. What kind of herbs are these and are they safe?

These are a combination of Chinese herbs that are targeted to work on the dog's lung system, and they are considered very safe. Just like any food, their always exist the possibility of allergies, and because these are herbs, a natural product, the possibly of an allergic reaction should always be a consideration.

If you suspect that your pet is having a reaction, do not give the herbs to the dog and see if continue reading

Monday, June 7, 2010

What Is A Collapsed Trachea?

I bet you thought you knew what it is...Hold your horses and get ready for a long read...this is a very interesting study about dogs with Collapsed Trachea and what they are finding...Its an actual reshearch study done May of 2007.


Tracheal collapse is common in middle age toy and miniature breed dogs. Cartilaginous defects have been identified histologically and are considered a form of chondromalacia. In addition to tracheal cartilaginous changes, concurrent continue reading