Natural dog fever remedies involve the use of homeopathic remedies to alleviate the symptom, and dietary supplement to strengthen the dog's immune system.
If your dog is running a fever, it is important to try and look for other accompanying illness symptoms and try to find out the underlying illness causing the fever. If that is difficult, and if your dog has prolonged high fever, then consult your veterinarian.
If your dog has a fever but no other accompanying symptoms, using a homeopathic remedy is often recommended to speed up the body's curing process. What's more, homeopathic remedies are much safer and milder than antibiotics!
Here are some effective remedies that can be used. It is advisable to consult a holistic veterinarian first (many holistic vets give phone consultation) before you start the treatment.
This remedy is good for fever that has come on suddenly with no other accompanying symptoms.
This homeopathic remedy is effective for feverish dogs that are agitated or even aggressive. The animal also feels hot to the touch.
This remedy is good for dogs with low fever that will not go away. However, prolonged use of this remedy is not recommended.
This formula contains homeopathic remedies such as Belladonna and Aconitum and is effective in helping reduce fever and relieve symptoms that indicate an infection (e.g. weakness and lethargy, appetite loss, etc.).
**If the fever does not go away within 12 to 24 hours, visit your veterinarian.**
As fever is an indication that the dog's immune system is working hard to eliminate harmful bugs in his body, herbs and vitamins can be supplemented to help strengthen the dog's immune system.
Homemade soup gives nutrients to a dog with fever, who usually is weak and does not have a good appetite. Soup can boost the dog's immune system, provides fluid to the body and prevents dehydration.
Here is an easy-to-make soup for a feverish dog.
Add a clove of garlic, some vegetables such as carrots and broccoli to organic unsalted chicken stock diluted with water. Boil for 10 minutes or so, and strain off the liquid. Let it cool and add it to your dog's food.