SNORE STOP for PETS

 
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SNORE STOP for Pets (20 TABLETS)
SNORE STOP for Pets (40 SPRAYS)

 

Snore Stop for Pets is a homeopathic, all natural solution to your pet's snoring problem and your guarantee of a good night's sleep! Snore Stop comes in quick dissolving tablets or in a fast-acting oral spray. All of the ingredients in Snore Stop for Pets are free from any sedative or stimulating effects.


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q. How does Snorestop for Pets work?

A. SnoreStop for Pets has a dual therapeutic action. SnoreStop shrinks swollen soft tissues in the back of the throat where 90% non-apnea snoring symptoms occur and dries built-up mucous in the sinus passages. SnoreStop for Pet's mode of action is decongestive, anti-inflammatory, anti-histaminic, and mucolytic.

Q. Why do dogs and cats snore?

A. Snoring is usually predominant in the Brach cephalic breeds (pushed in faces/short snouted breeds) that have been genetically manipulated and have too much tissue in a small space. These breeds include but are not limited to English Bulldogs, French Bulldogs, Pugs, Boxers, Pekingese, Lhasa Apso, Shih Tzu, and Shar Pei. In the feline world, the Himalayan and Persian cats are also bred for the “pushed in” look. Major causes for your pet's snoring are allergies, weight gain, aging and side effects from medication

Q. Can I double the dosage if the product seems to “wear off” at anytime during the night?

A. Yes, you can double the dosage of either the Snore Stop Spray or Snore Stop Tablets since Snore Stop is homeopathic and non-toxic. This may occur if your pet is overweight or has other attributed symptoms to their snoring. While variables such as a dog's breed, size, age, and snoring habits will naturally affect results, Snorestop for Pets generally helps reduce or eliminate animal snoring within a week. For lingering snoring problems - especially those that may be affecting your pet's breathing and overall health, Snorestop strongly recommends seeking advice from a veterinarian.

Q. Is Snorestop for Pets 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed?

A. You bet! Your satisfaction with SnoreStop for Pets is guaranteed one hundred percent. If for any reason you are dissatisfied with SnoreStop, just send the remaining portion back to the manufacturer 30 days and they’ll gladly refund your purchase price.

Q. Are there any adverse reactions or drug interactions with Snore Stop for Pets?

A. There are no known side effects and no known drug interactions. SnoreStop is non-drowsy, has no rebound effects, non-habit forming and non-sedative.


TESTIMONIALS

Commented one respected vet, Sheldon Gerstenfeld, DVM also a contributing editor and columnist for Parents magazine (21 yrs.) and 8 books, including the Best Seller, The ASPCA Complete Guide to Dogs. "SnoreStop for Pets is a safe and reliable product I am very comfortable recommending to humans and to their non-human companions alike. As with people, snoring may be a sign of a more serious problem which should be given full and proper medical attention. For casual snoring problems, though, SnoreStop for Pets may be the best 'treat' your dog-and best night of sleep you-have had in years."

Sheldon Gerstenfeld, DVM


“Our beagle Watson was having a terrible problem with allergies. His sneezing was continual, his breathing was labored and he would often wake us up snoring. Our first attempt to help Watson was through our veterinarian. We tried all of the over-the-counter allergy medications and when that didn't work, we tried all of the prescription drugs. None of them helped. Watson was miserable Our second attempt was with a holistic veterinarian. Watson was a great sport and tried different herbal extracts, powders, supplements and food changes. Nothing helped. The third attempt was a rhinoscopy. But even then, the results found nothing. After thousands of dollars, various medications and numerous food changes, Watson's mucus production was excessive and his strenuous breathing made activity and resting difficult. Then one day while looking through a new pet product column in a local Pet Tails publication, I found an article on Snore Stop for Pets. When I read that Snore Stop worked by shrinking swollen tissue and by drying up mucous, I thought it was certainly worth a try, so I ordered some. Well, I am proud to say that Snore Stop for Pets has worked better than any other remedy we tried! Watson's mucous production is either non-existent or less frequent and his breathing is good. He doesn't snore and we all get our sleep! Thank you Snore Stop! Watson and the whole family thanks you!

John Douglas-St.Louis,MO

“I just wanted to e-mail and let you know that we have a 2 year old Chihuahua/Doxie cross female dog that was close to being on her way to finding a new home or going to the pound because her snoring was a constant disruption to our sleep. I went on-line and found your product ‘SnoreStop for Pets.’ I was very skeptical but none-the less purchased the oral 40 metered spray. Amazing! My husband and I have had full nights sleep ever since! Thank You! Even the dog seems more rested and happier. My husband and I (and Twigs the dog) think it is an amazing "life-saver." Thank you for a great product!

Jodi McDonald -Grass Valley,CA


PRINCIPLES OF HOMEOPATHY

The term homeopathy is derived from the Greek words homeo (similar) and pathos (suffering from disease). The first basic principles of homeopathy were formulated by the German physician Samuel Hahnemann in the late 1700s. Curious about why quinine could cure malaria, Hahnemann ingested quinine bark and experienced alternating bouts of chills, fever, and weakness, the classic symptoms of malaria. From this experience he derived the principle of similars, or "like cures like": that is, a substance that can cause certain symptoms when given to a healthy person can cure those same symptoms in someone who is sick.

Hahnemann spent the rest of his life extensively testing, or "proving," many common herbal and medicinal substances to find out what symptoms they could cause. He also began treating sick people, prescribing the medicine that most closely matched the symptoms of their illness. The information from this experimentation has been carefully recorded and makes up the homeopathic materia medica, a listing of medicines and their indications for use. According to the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States, homeopathic medicines, or remedies, are made from naturally occurring plant, animal, and mineral substances.

By the end of the 19th century, homeopathy was widely practiced in the United States, when there were 22 homeopathic medical schools, more than 100 homeopathic hospitals, and an estimated 15 percent of physicians practicing homeopathy. The practice of homeopathy (along with other types of alternative medicine) declined dramatically in the United States following the publication of the Flexner Report in 1910, which established guidelines for the funding of medical schools. These guidelines favored AMA-approved institutions and virtually crippled competing schools of medicine. In the past 15 years, however, there has been a resurgence of interest in homeopathy in this country. It is estimated that approximately 3,000 physicians and other health care practitioners currently use homeopathy, and a recent survey showed that 1 percent of the general population, or approximately 2.5 million people, had sought help from a homeopathic doctor in 1990 (Eisenberg et al., 1993).

Those who are licensed to practice homeopathy in the United States vary according to state-by-state "scope of practice" guidelines, but they include M.D.s, D.O.s, dentists, naturopaths (N.D.s), chiropractors, veterinarians, acupuncturists, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. Three states now have specific licensing boards for homeopathic physicians: Arizona, Connecticut, and Nevada. Specialty certification diplomas for those prescribing homeopathic drugs are established through national boards of examination for M.D.s/D.O.s and N.D.s. Self-help as well as professional training courses in homeopathy are offered through the National Center for Homeopathy (NCH) in Alexandria, Virginia. NCH serves as an umbrella organization for consumer support of homeopathy as well as a focus for coordination among an increasing number of organizations and specialty societies offering lay and professional training programs in homeopathy.

Homeopathic medicine also is currently widely practiced worldwide, especially in Europe, Latin America, and Asia. In France, 32 percent of family physicians use homeopathy, while 42 percent of British physicians refer patients to homeopaths (Bouchayer, 1990; Wharton and Lewith, 1986). In India, homeopathy is practiced in the national health service, and there are more than 100 homeopathic medical colleges and more than 100,000 homeopathic physicians (Kishore, 1983).

In the United States today, the homeopathic drug market has grown to become a multimillion-dollar industry; a significant increase has occurred in the importation and domestic marketing of homeopathic drugs. Homeopathic remedies are recognized and regulated by the FDA and are manufactured by established pharmaceutical companies under strict guidelines established by the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States. Products that are offered for the treatment of serious conditions must be dispensed under the care of a licensed practitioner. Other products offered for the use of self-limiting conditions such as colds and allergies may be marketed as over-the-counter drugs.

Homeopathy is used to treat both acute and chronic health problems as well as for health prevention and promotion in healthy people. Homeopathic medicines are prescribed on the basis of a wide constellation of physical, emotional, and mental symptoms. The one remedy that most closely fits all of the symptoms of a given individual is called the similimum for that person. Thus, homeopathic treatment is individualized, and two or more people with the same diagnosis may be given different medicines, depending on the specific symptoms of illness in each person. A person with a sore throat, for instance, may need one of six or seven common remedies for sore throats, depending on whether the pain is worse on the right or left side, what time of day it is worse, what the person's mood is, and his or her body temperature, thirst, and appetite (Jouanny, 1980).

Hahnemann also discovered that if the homeopathic remedies were "potentized" by diluting them in a water-alcohol solution and then shaking, side effects could be diminished. He found that after the medicines were potentized to high dilutions, there was still a medicinal effect, and side effects were minimal. Some homeopathic medicines are diluted to concentrations as low as 10-30 to 10-20,000. This particular aspect of homeopathic theory and practice has caused many modern scientists to reject homeopathic medicine outright. Critics of homeopathy contend that such extreme dilutions of the medicines are beyond the point at which any molecules of the medicine can theoretically still be found in the solution (When to believe..., 1988).

On the other hand, scientists who accept the validity of homeopathic theory suggest several theories to explain how highly diluted homeopathic medicines may act. Using recent developments in quantum physics, they have proposed that electromagnetic energy may exist in the medicines and interact with the body on some level (Delinick, 1991). Researchers in physical chemistry have proposed the "memory of water" theory, whereby the structure of the water-alcohol solution is altered by the medicine during the process of dilution and retains this structure even after none of the actual substance remains (Davenas et al., 1988).


ABOUT GREEN PHARMACEUTICALS

Green Pharmaceuticals is a provider of natural homeopathic remedies as an alternative to synthetic drugs.

Green Pharmaceuticals was founded in 1996 by a group of physicians who were committed to providing high quality, homeopathic remedies as an alternative to synthetic drugs. The SnoreStop brand of products has successfully served millions of customers with effective, natural solutions to the problem of snoring. The success has earned SnoreStop the respect of pharmacists, physicians, and alternative medicine providers and has caused SnoreStop to become the #1 selling snoring medicine in North America.

For over the last decade SnoreStop has brought peace in the bedroom to millions of couples. As you may be aware, pets sleeping in the bedroom has become the norm lately in most households. SnoreStop customers in fact initiated Green Pharmaceuticals to develop Snorestop for Pets. Customers were complaining about having their sleep disrupted not only from their significant other but from their pets as well.



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snorestop May 29, 2014
Reviewer: jan mehn from Pontiac, IL United States  
Great product, but not much in bottle.

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Loud English bulldog snores April 30, 2014
Reviewer: Chelsea Louise Smith from Witham, Essex England  
I purchased both the spray and the tablet form of this product. Personally our bulldog Gary wasn't having any of it when I tried to use the spray. On the other hand when using the tabs there was a real improvement in the loudness and no side affects that I could see. I would recommend the tabs but not so much the spray.

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fell short January 29, 2014
Reviewer: Abbie Woodward from Albuquerque, NM United States  
The spray helped my frenchie some the first couple of nights, but after that didn't seem to do much. Will give the pills a try maybe.

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snore spot for pets September 5, 2013
Reviewer: Claire Borck from Watertown, WI United States  
Sammi, the dog, who is a caliver king charles spaniel snores so bad....I have noticed the pills dont work as good as the spray....but I feel I overspray just so I can get a good night sleep...and there isnt much in one of those sprays....so there is a cost for a good night sleep.

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Snore stop March 6, 2013
Reviewer: Rhonda Hites from Round Rock, TX United States  
This product is amazing. It works on my 150 pound dog!

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