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PetAlive AmazaPet for healthy clear breathing in Pets, 180 Tablets

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  • Decreases wheezing and tight chests for easy breathing in dogs and cats
  • Promotes healthy respiratory functioning
  • Supports the lungs and entire respiratory system
  • Maintains nervous system health and harmony

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Product Description

Size: 180

PetAlive AmazaPet is a 100% natural blend of herbal and homeopathic ingredients specially selected for the treatment of asthma in pets. PetAlive AmazaPet reduces the frequency and severity of pet asthma attacks; improves respiratory functioning; reduces allergic reactions in pets; reduces respiratory problems and asthma linked to stress and anxiety and relaxes bronchioles and prevents bronchospasm in pets.

Product Details

Size: 180
  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 0.4 x 2 inches ; 2.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000TMTMTY
  • UPC: 885277399336 810845012126
  • Item model number: PAZM001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,398 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

This product has helped her breathing.
Marjorie O'Meara
After three weeks he has been having only one attack every two or three days that are very mild.
Rip Stop
She no longer coughs and hacks every time she barks, gets excited, runs or eats.
Tonya Myers

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

58 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Mark on November 5, 2011
Size Name: 180 Verified Purchase
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.Read more ›
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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Kathy Sweeney on April 18, 2013
Size Name: 180 Verified Purchase
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?
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Michelle on June 23, 2013
Size Name: 180 Verified Purchase
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.
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