TREATING LYME (BORRELIOSIS) FOR DOGS AND CAT WITH TING FOW

Lyme disease is also popularly referred to as tick disease.

Other descriptions: Lyme borreliosis or Borreliosis, Borrelia bacteria, chronic Lyme borreliosis.Bbr>

Lyme disease

The disease is caused by a bacterium found in the saliva of an infected tick. Fortunately, not all ticks are infected with this Borrelia bacteria. A tick digs itself into your pet's skin and sucks itself full of blood. During this process, the Borrelia bacteria can be transferred to your pet. An infected tick must be on your pet for at least 24 hours before a possible infestation can occur. It is therefore important that you check your pet for ticks after a walk in nature. It is best to remove any ticks as soon as possible with tick tweezers.

Lyme disease is most common in dogs, but it is rare in cats. People can also get Lyme disease, but only through direct contact with a tick, a pet cannot infect a person.

Symptoms of Lyme Disease

When a person is infected, a red ring or spot usually develops. This is not the case with a pet. The appearance of a bump where the tick has been says nothing at all about whether or not Lyme disease develops. Lyme disease is called a so-called multi-system disease. This means that it causes all kinds of different (vague) complaints. The onset of complaints does not always follow immediately after the infection, this can sometimes take years. Possible complaints are:

  • Skin conditions
  • Heart disease
  • Neurological disorders, brain or nervous system
  • Varying lameness, joint inflammation, pain
  • Swelling lymph nodes, neck gland, inguinal gland or armpit gland
  • Behavioral change
  • Fatigue symptoms, listless, no appetite
  • Eye disorders
  • Respiratory disorders
  • Fever and chills
  • Kidney failure
  • Gastrointestinal disorders, diarrhea or constipation
  • Unexplained origin of motion sickness
  • Anemia, usually in a cat

If Lyme disease is present for a long time, your pet is at risk of permanent damage to the kidneys or joints.

Diagnosis of Lyme disease

Once the Borrelia bacteria has entered your pet's body, it goes almost immediately through the bloodstream to the organs and the central nervous system. The bacterium is actually only detectable in the blood for a very short time. This makes this bacterium very difficult to detect with a blood test and difficult to combat with antibiotics. As a result, there is no reliable test that can determine whether your pet has Lyme disease. Your vet can really only determine whether your pet has Lyme disease based on the course of the disease and the symptoms.

Lyme disease treatment

The treatment of Lyme disease consists of three sub-treatments that are used simultaneously:

  1. Fighting the Borrelia bacteria with the Chinese herbal formula Ting Fow. The formula not only fights the Borrelia bacteria, but also all other related main strain bacteria. This is important, because the presence of the Borrelia bacteria in practice creates a number of related bacteria, which have the same effect on your pet.
  2. Cleaning the body, this is an important support for the herbal formula Ting Fow, because all the pathogenic waste products of the Borrelia bacteria must also be removed, for this cleaning treatment type 2 can be used.
  3. Strengthening the immune system. With a strong immune system, the Borrelia bacterium gets little or no chance to develop in the body. It is therefore also important to also give the Immunity complex.

The treatment lasts 3 months. During these 3 months, all three formulas must be used continuously.

Ting Fow has no side effects and can be given for a long time, even for life.

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Ting Fow & Immunity Complex= Trade mark

Ting Fow is a supplementary animal feed based on Chinese herbs. For dogs, cats, guinea pigs and other small pets of all ages, including puppies, kittens, pregnant and nursing pets. The herbs can be used over a longer period of time, there are no known side effects. The formula may be used together with medication from your vet, other Chinese herbs or homeopathy.

Immunity Complex is a supplementary animal feed. For dogs, cats, guinea pigs and other small pets of all ages, including puppies, kittens, pregnant and nursing pets. The herbs can be used over a longer period of time, there are no known side effects. The formula may be used together with medication from your vet, other Chinese herbs or homeopathy.

Composition Ting Fow: Angelica pubescens, Gentiana macrophylla, Ledebouriella divaricata, Schizonepeta tenuifolia, Notopterygium incisium, Eucommia ulmoides Cinnamomum cassia, Angelica chinensis, Morus alba, Astralagus membranaceus, Dipsacus asper, Poria cocos, Zingiber officinale, Ziziphus jujuba, Glycyrrhiza uralensis. Additive: Microcristalline cellulose, Crosslinked sodium carboxymethyl cellulose, Silicic acid. Analytical constituents: raw ash 3,1% crude fat 0,2% rough egg white 1,5% crude fiber 7,7% Natrium 0,3%.

Composition Immunity Complex is a complementary feed. Composition: Liquid seaweed. Trace elements: Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magenese, Poassium, Zinc.

Dosage Ting Fow: We advise to give a double dose during the first 14 days. You can also give the double dose for a longer period of time, if you find it necessary. With (sufficient) results, a normal dose can be given after 14 days.

300 mg tablets for cats and dogs up to 5 kg
 
 Up to 1 kg
 ½ tablet of 300 mg 2 x a day
 1 - 5 kg
 1 tablet of 300 mg 2 x a day

1200 mg tablets for cats and dogs from 5 kg
 
  5 - 10 kg
 ½ tablet of 1200 mg 2 x a day
10 - 20 kg
 1 tablet of 1200 mg 2 x a day
20 - 30 kg
 1½ tablet of 1200 mg 2 x a day
30 - 40 kg
 2 tablets of 1200 mg 2 x a day
40 - 50 kg
 2½ tablet of 1200 mg 2 x a day
>   50 kg
 3 tablets of 1200 mg 2 x a day

For a guinea pig and rodent is relatively higher than the dosage for cats and dogs. Rodents are herbivores and therefore they need more herbs to get good results.

Guinea pig, hamster, rabbit and other rodents
 
1 tablet of 300 mg 2 x a day

To administer: with a bit of cheese, meat etc., whatever the animal likes. It is possible to mix it with a bit of food, just make sure everything is eaten.

Result: 2-4 weeks.

Maintenance dose: when your animal is healthy again, you can reduce the dose by 50%.

Preventive dose: 50% of the normal dose.

Dosage Immunity Complex, number of drops.(orally or mixed with food):

Guinea pig / cat 3 drops a day.
Dog 6 drops a day.

Mix the recommended quantity of Immunity Complex with mineral water and administer with a syringe or pipette. 1 part Immunity Complex and 20 parts water. If the animals licks it up completely it can also be given with buttermilk(1:20). Suitable for animals of all ages, including puppies and kittens. May be given to pregnant and lactating pets.

In severe conditions, such as heart disease, double the dose.

Maintenance dosage:

When your pet is healthy again, you can slowly decrease the dosage to the level of day 3-4.

Results: visible after 1–2 weeks, but administer for at least 4 weeks.

Maintenance dose: when your animal is healthy again, you can reduce the dose by 50%.

Preventive dose: 50% of the normal dose.

Immunity Complex
 
300 mg tablet
 
1200 mg tablet
Immunity Complex
 
300 mg tablet
 
1200 mg tablet