LDN Use in Animals
Can Low dose Naltrexone (LDN)
Help my Dog/Cat/Pet with their medical condition?
The answer is Yes; it may very well help, and it doesn’t hurt to try. Humans and animals both respond great to LDN therapy. While most do really well, others may not notice that much of a change. However, it is affordable and defiantly worth the try.
What are the most common conditions LDN is used for in Animals?
- Autoimmune disorders
- Mammary tumors
- Compulsive animal behavior disorders like tail chasing or self-mutilating such as acral lick dermatitis
How is LDN given to my pet?
Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) can be given as a liquid medication for your pet (it must be prescribed by your veterinarian)
What flavors does this come in?
There are two primary flavors to choose from Beef and Chicken.
How do I give this medication to my pet?
When administering the oral dose, you will draw up the prescribed dose in an oral syringe provided with the medication (it does not have a needle). Then, you will squirt the medicine into your pet’s mouth or into the food your pet eats.
How much does this cost? $55 for a 90 day supply