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PetAlive AmazaPet 125 Tablets - Healthy Breathing for Wheezing Cats & Dogs


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  • Supports healthy respiratory system functioning
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Safety Information:
AmazaPet is safe for animals of all ages, pregnant animals or animals that are nursing. No adverse interactions have been noted between the ingredients in AmazaPet and prescription medications. However, as with any medicine, it is always advisable to consult your vet.

Ingredients:
Lactose, Althea (2X), Arsen alb (30C), Inula (2X), Kali mur (6X), Mag phos (6X), Phos (30C).

Directions:
AmazaPet tablets may be given whole or crushed and mixed with food or a treat, depending on your pet's size and preferences. Cats: One tablet 3-5 times daily, Dogs under 20 lbs: One tablet 3-5 times daily, Dogs 20-50 lbs: Two tablets 3-5 times daily, Dogs over 50 lbs: Three tablets 3-5 times daily. Dosages may be repeated more frequently when needed for extra support. For more frequent dosing, use 1 tablet every 20-30 minutes for up to 10 doses.

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Product Description

AmazaPet is a safe, non-addictive natural supplement for pets containing 100% homeopathic ingredients selected to relieve acute symptoms to keep chests open and maintain easy breathing.

Presented in convenient tablet form, AmazaPet can be crushed, sprinkled on the tongue, dissolved in water or taken whole, and is easy to administer without fussing or fighting.

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 1 x 5.1 cm ; 64 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 68 g
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  • Item model number: PAZM001
  • ASIN: B000TMTMTY
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 4 May 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 56,978 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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My dog was diagnosed with hypothyroidism about a year ago, he was having very bad episodes of coughing and not being able to catch his breath, he was also very wheezySince starting these tablets...I give him two twice a day.....his breathing has become much quieter and easier and the episodes happen rarely.
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By Lola on 19 April 2014
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After reading about these tablets I decided to buy them for my asthmatic cat to see if they'd relieve his symptoms...they didn't. I gave him one pill three times a day, and he was on them till the bottle ran out, but they didn't make a blind bit of difference.
Quite an expensive outlay for something that just doesn't improve the symptoms.
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By peebee on 26 May 2013
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bought these as well as other tablets for my old dog - he had cancer in his lungs - and i was under the illusion that these may help him breathe. I doubt if they did but the thing they did do was to give me some hope and belief in that i was trying to do something - before i plucked up enough courage to take him to be put to sleep.
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55 of 55 people found the following review helpful
Worked for me, could work for you too! 6 Nov 2011
By Mark - Published on Amazon.com
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I got a kitten from my neighbor whose cat got pregnant before she was even a year old, and gave birth to just one TINY little kitten. The kitten was obviously not fully developed, as she probably didn't have enough room to even grow in her mother, who was just a baby herself. Anyway... this kitten grew up to be a healthy monster of a cat. While she is very physically capable, and absolutely the smartest cat I have ever seen or owned in my life, she has had some strange lung problems of late. She would start to wheeze very loudly. She was usually sleeping when this happened; it would wake her up, and she would just stand wherever she was laying, arch her back, and try to push air out of her lungs very very hard, presumably trying to clear the blockage in her airway so that she could breathe easily. This started out as seeming like just a really nasty hairball, but soon progressed into something that happened at least once a week (and I do mean once a week at the VERY LEAST) One day she had an attack that was so serious and so horrible sounding (lasted well more than a minute, although to me it seemed like ages) that I was ready to take her to a vet hospital to see what exactly was happening to her. Being a stickler for homeopathic remedies as well as being generally mistrusting toward the prescription medicine industry as a whole, I decided to see if there was some kind of herb that I could give her that would help with this problem, which I am almost positive is feline asthma.

For those of you who have not researched the whole issue too thoroughly already, medicinal remedies for feline asthma that your vet will prescribe involve inhaler steroids and pill form steroids as well, sometimes even shots of different steroid type medicines, all of which have potentially very bad side effects for your cat. While many cats will respond positively to the use of corticosteroid medication, they also run the risk of kidney disease, liver disease, pancreatitis, diabetes mellitus, behavioral changes, polyuria, cystitis, and inappropriate urination, stomach or intestinal ulcers, weight gain, altered mood and personality, cataracts, glaucoma, hypertension, osteoporosis, aseptic bone necrosis, increased susceptibility to infections (immunosuppression), peptic ulcer disease, tuberculosis and Cushing's syndrome, according to many professional experts who know a lot more about this than I do... Obviously, this was not a desirable solution to the problem for me, as I really love my cat, and would be more than a little sad if anything bad happened to her.

I decided to find another solution before going to the vet and spending literally hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars on this life-long treatment plan that would involve a lot of expensive inhaler devices designed specially for cats, and different prescription meds that would cause me to have to take my cat back to the vet to line their pockets on a consistent basis just so they could tell me the same thing every time, and prescribe me the same potentially life-threatening "cure" every time... I found AmazaPet Pet Alive pills, intended to improve bronchial pathways and overall lung health. I bought them, more out of desperation than anything, as I wasn't really wild about giving my cat a pill that had a bunch of stuff in it that didn't seem to be the most heavily tried-and-true product or anything like that (not to say that thought and time wasn't put into designing them and making them, as obviously they were pretty well thought out on top of being tested in an American laboratory that checked them for quality and safety). I kept them around for about a week, wondering whether I should try them out on my cat (again, I really love my cat and would have felt horrible if the pills I gave her somehow worsened her condition or killed her).

Finally my cat had the worst asthma attack yet, and it sounded like she was about to cough up one of her lungs. When the attack was over, she walked over next to me, sat down, and looked up at me, almost as if to say, "That really hurt." Well, that was the last straw for me. I got the bottle out, re-read the directions, and decided to start her with just one pill a day instead of the recommended 3-5 pills per day, just to see how she would react to it. I did this for a couple of weeks, every morning flipping her on her back, prying her teeth apart, and dropping a pill down her throat and making sure she swallowed it.

Weeks passed without me ever seeing her have an asthma attack. Obviously, she could have had one, as I wasn't around to watch her every second, but the results were undeniably positive compared to her status without the pills being administered. I was extremely relieved, to say the least.

Just today, minutes before I decided to write this review (and indeed the very reason I was motivated to do so), she had another attack. This one lasted about 7 seconds, and she barely made any noise, and barely had to struggle to resume her normal breathing patterns. I was thrilled, amazed, awestruck, whatever you wish to call it; I was and still am very happy with the change in her behavior towards these attacks. Even with just one pill a day, her condition has drastically improved, and she seems to be much happier now, not to mention sleeping soundly all through the night (and most of the day; lazy cat...)

To make a long story short, these pills are amazing. I would still recommend taking your cat to a vet just to make sure that any other conditions are ruled out, but this has worked astoundingly well for my cat, whom I suspect has underdeveloped lungs from being born of an incredibly tiny and young mother, who very quickly rejected her and refused to even feed her milk when she was a baby, forcing her owner at the time, my neighbor, to feed her store bought kitten food when she was barely a week old.

Again, I only give her one pill a day, always in the morning right when I wake up, and that works perfectly fine for me (and my cat, of course). I suspect that if your cat needs to have the pill administered more than 3x a day, you may as well just cough up the cash for the vet visit, as these pills will get expensive very fast! It only comes with 125 pills, so if you have to give your cat between 3 and 5 pills a day, you will end up spending about 27 dollars (the cost of one bottle of 125 pills) every 25-41 days on these pills, and it might not even fix the problem if your cat (or dog) has very very serious asthma.

It is certainly worth a try for a month or two in my opinion, though. Just make sure to monitor the animal as closely as possible during this time to make sure that he/she does not respond adversely to the effects of the pill. All animals are different, and what works wonders for one may not work at all for another; such is the reason that I think the prescription medicine industry is unworthy of my trust, as a vet may prescribe the same medicine in the same dosage amount for all cats (or dogs, as the situation may have it), simply assuming that because it worked on a lot of different cats/dogs before, it will automatically work for your cat or dog as well. This is a pipe dream and it's absolutely not true! Take, for example, the properties of caffeine and how drastically different the effects can be from person to person. Prescription medicines are no different; except that they are likely a LOT more dangerous than caffeine if the effects don't go as planned. Disclaimer: To be fair, vets kind of have to issue this standardized dosage to avoid being sued when the medicine does not work the way it was predicted/intended to, so I'm not trying to bash doctors into the ground or anything.

To anyone who read this in its entirety, thank you for your time and I hope that you find what you are looking for to help your animal live a long, happy, and healthy life with you. Take care.
40 of 40 people found the following review helpful
BUYER BEWARE 18 April 2013
By Kathy Sweeney - Published on Amazon.com
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I have been using Amazapet for my asthmatic cat for several years with great results. Recently I opened a new bottle because I could hear her airways starting to block and she usually has pollen allergies this time of year. I gave the pills to her for 4 or 5 days, and she was getting continually worse, even having several attacks. I looked at the ingredients on the Amazapet bottle. I was SHOCKED and OUTRAGED to see that corn starch had in fact been added as an inactive ingredient in this new bottle (along with acacia gum, lactose, magnesium stearate, and sucrose). My cat is severely allergic to corn and its derivatives. I immediately stopped giving her the product, and within a couple of days her breathing was back to normal. Prior Amazapet bottle’s inactive ingredient was lactose.

What bothers me the most is that this “inactive” ingredient information is not listed on Native Remedies’ website, so people are buying the product without all of the information to safely give the product to their little family members. And who would think to look at the ingredient label since they read it on the website before they bought it. All that time I was giving this product to her, I was making her worse!

Unfortunately I will never be able to use the products again because of both my cats’ severe corn allergies. I’m assuming that corn starch is being added to all Native Remedies products and just not listed on the website.

What ever happened to truth in labeling/advertising?
32 of 32 people found the following review helpful
It's Amaz-ing! 23 Jun 2013
By Michelle - Published on Amazon.com
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Our four-year-old cat was diagnosed with asthma about a year ago, although she had been struggling with it for about a year before we were able to determine what it was. (Pet owners as well as vets often have a difficult time properly diagnosing asthma because the symptoms can resemble other issues, such as gastro-intestinal/IBS. The most common mistake is assuming the cat is having trouble coughing up a hairball. There is a great resource here that shows, by way of a video clip, how to tell the difference between hairball coughing and an asthma attack: http://cats.about.com/od/catvideos/youtube/cat_asthma.htm. Just wanted to help spread the word. Cats are an important part of my life. :-)

Before I describe how this product has helped my cat, I want to emphasize that all animals are different and will respond differently to treatment of any kind. Depending on the severity of an individual pet's asthma, this product may need to be used in conjunction with other forms of treatment. As in humans, asthma can be a life-threatening condition; it's important to monitor your pet's health closely and to always have an emergency plan in place.

After being diagnosed, our cat was given various steroid shots as treatment (Vetalog and Depo-Medrol). She responded well to the shots (no attacks) and their effects seemed to last longer than expected (she'd have 6 good weeks on Vetalog, 10-12 wks on Depo). Because steroid shots/pills are not a long-term solution (they build up in the system over time and can cause other serious problems, not to mention the acute effects of sluggishness and weight gain), we started to look for alternatives. The most popular vet-recommended treatment today seems to be inhaled steroids (such as Flovent) plus a bronchio-dilator for acute symptoms. In order to administer these treatments, the inhalers attach to a contraption (called AeroKat) that fits snugly over the cat's muzzle. This method of treatment is quite expensive, even if your pet's symptoms are mild. I'm also of the 'first do no harm' mindset, always looking for the mildest effective solution. I wanted to try homeopathic meds (AmazaPet) first, but I was worried that they would not work well enough, so I went ahead and purchased a supply of inhaled meds and the muzzle apparatus just in case. The good news is that we have not yet had to use them.

We started her on AmazaPet towards the end of her last steroid shot (just before the effectiveness of the shot started to wear off, before she experienced an attack). We started with two pills a day (8am/8pm), each one crushed and mixed with a small dollup of wet food (a small amount of food to make sure she cleans her plate and ingests the entire pill). (These pills must taste pretty neutral because she's never noticed it.) We decided on 2/day (rather than just 1) with the idea that this would give a steadier dose of the medicine in a 24hr period. (The inhaled meds are typically given 2x/day for that reason.)

The results were amazing. She became much more energetic and playful, like a kitten, and even her personality changed in some ways. She had always been a timid cat (a feral kitten that we socialized, but she stayed a 'scaredy cat'), but after a week or two on AmazaPet, she became spunkier, bolder, more confident. And much more vocal in her demands for play and affection. She definitely seemed more content.

Giving her AmazaPet 2x/day, she went for 2 1/2 months without a single attack. When she did have one, it was very mild and very short in duration. When that happened, we upped the dose to 3x/day and that seemed to do the trick. (It's hard to determine what their triggers are--seasonal allergies, dust, food, the list goes on.) After a while, we scaled back to 2/day and she's doing fine. We carefully monitor her condition each day to ensure that she is stabilized. (It's a good idea to keep a daily journal for asthmatic cats that records their condition, what meds were given, if they had an attack and its severity, etc.)

Based on my cat's response to AmazaPet, I recommend it highly. Given that she's been stabilized on 2, sometimes 3 tabs/day (less than the recommended dose of 3-5 tabs daily), it's also been cost-effective; one bottle lasts us 2-3 mos. At our recent vet checkup, the vet couldn't believe how well this product has worked, and she asked me to send her the info so she could read more about it. It does make me reassured to have the stronger meds at the ready, but I'm glad that we haven't had to use them. And, if her condition ever gets worse and we have to go the inhaled med route, I would use them in conjunction with AmazaPet.

(As an aside, if anyone reading this has a pet with very severe asthma that requires inhaled meds, I can recommend an international pharmacy that offers name-brand meds and generic equivalents at reduced prices (I believe at about 1/3 of US prices). I think this would be the only way we could have afforded to go the route of inhaled meds for our cat.)

Amazon seems to have the best price on AmazaPet ($27 as I write this; I've seen it as low as $25). Even when the PetAlive site offers a discount, it's still cheaper to get it here with free shipping. The bottle I got from Amazon was shook up quite a bit, causing a few of the pills to crumble into powder. Not too big of a deal, as I crush the pills anyway. But it will make it a little tough to get a precise dose on those last bits.

I've also used PetAlive's Respo-K for kitty colds. It works well. I try to avoid using antibiotics, which vets (and doctors, too) are quick to prescribe for such symptoms. But, again, be cautious and prudent. If cold symptoms don't start to improve in a few days, or if symptoms get worse, seek veterinary attention.

Apologies for the loooong review, but I wanted to include as much info as possible in the hopes that it might help a furball in need!
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
This Product Really Worked! 20 Nov 2008
By Anne Duthers - Published on Amazon.com
I rescued a kitten off cold, busy streets. While he only weighed 3 pounds, the vet thought he was at least six months old. He had a severe upper respiratory (lung) and sinus infection which we treated with antibiotics. But he also wheezed and didn't sleep peacefully at night due to it. It was scary just listening to him!

I did some research to see if there was a natural remedy for feline asthma and found AmazaPet from PetAlive.com. Within a few days of using the product, he was breathing much better and sleeping soundly at night! I continued giving him the medication for awhile past the time his symptoms subsided and eventually stopped giving it to him as they never returned. My guess is his asthma was illness-induced. Asthma is in my family so I am very familiar with it.

I believe this product helped to strengthen his lungs and help him breathe (and sleep better!) while his infections fully cleared (that took a good bit of time and two different antibiotics, several rounds). Once he was off the antibiotics completely, this product seemed to help him even more and for the first time I knew he slept peacefully through the night (he sleeps with me).

I highly recommend trying this product for cats with asthma and/or asthmatic symptoms. It had no side effects and worked quickly--especially for a homeopathic remedy.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Bad if your pet is allergic to corn 19 July 2013
By Breezy - Published on Amazon.com
I dont know why a reputable company uses cheap fillers such as corn in a product that would otherwise be excellent. My dog is severely allergic to corn. Corn is also highly bad for health for pets and humans now its GMO. The ingredients were interesting to me elencampane root and marshmellow are the main ingredients. I ordered the powder form with no fillers from my local health food store. You can order as well the store is called herbally grounded or order the pure powder from amazon.
I took about 1/18 tsp powder in two cups of water and make a tea. Then I give orally in a ml syringle up to .5 ml according to symptoms. My dogs is small only 5 pounds that is why I use such a small amount. It stops the wheezing and bronchospasm immediatly, This is the best way to avoid the corn if your pet is allergic to corn or if you want to avoid GMOs. I only gave it a extra star from one star is becuase I did not know about the elencampane root until I saw this product. The elencampane root has helped me while trying to figure out my dogs severe food allergies. Another worthwhile herb is adhatoda vasica. I do the same 1/18 tsp to two cups of water. Adhatoda is a indian herb. It is proven to dilate the lung as well as theophyline. It also clears the sinuses and is anti asthmatic. Its reccomended in my medical book (Integrating complementary medicine into vetinary practice). Always do your homework and check with you doctor and do your research for any interactions with other herbs and medicines before starting.
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