Kay Aubrey

Posted by John Sommers on 7th August 2013 in General

Before you buy the supplement in a different way, you can be able to convert what you have into something more workable. For example, pills can be crushed into powder, powder can be made into a paste or liquid, and any of these can be mixed into the food. Working with liquids you can use several techniques to give pets liquid supplements. The most straightforward is putting directly into the mouth using a syringe or an eyedropper. Most people find a syringe can be more effective, and syringes and droppers are cheap and easy to get so you can determine what works best for each of your pets. Some pets are very resistant to hold their mouths open, and especially once they prove of what you give him, it can make you more difficult that you repeat it after the first time. If this is the case for one or more of their pets, not despair, you still can use what you have.

According to Kay Aubrey-Chimene, a Bio-nutritional consultant with nearly two decades of work in the field of the health of animals and of nutrition, fitonutrients (food based silvers such as herbal dyes) can be absorbed in the body almost as easily through the skin through the digestive tract. Transdermal, rubbing a summary or a liquid dye on the skin is especially effective on a basis of alcohol, because alcohol assists with absorption. For cats and dogs that don’t accept supplements in other ways, a liquid can be applied directly on the cushions of the leg, nose, belly, or other area of bare skin. Of course, if they lick it there is no problem. You can also try mixing liquids in food supplements, although taste can be too strong and avoid that your pet eats it really. Working with powders in many cases, the easiest way of powdered supplements giving your pet is to mix them in the food.

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