Fireworks can be terrifying for many humans and animals. With the 4th of July and other summer celebrations right around the corner, we have put together some tips to ensure your cat stays safe during the fireworks displays.
There are three approaches to address/treat/control viral diseases, including in cats: 1 – Vaccination 2 – Direct antiviral drugs 3 – Immunomodulatory drugs 1 – VACCINES Over the past century, veterinary medicine has developed antiviral drugs and vaccines to treat, try to treat, or prevent
3 – Viral diseases and the immunomodulatory approach. Immunostimulating (immunomodulatory) medicines are a new, cutting edge development designed to rebuild the damaged immunity and direct it against the invading viruses. In some instances, an antiviral drug may be needed in addition to an immunostimulant drug,
Polyprenyl Immunostimulant™ FIP and FVR Research. In 2003, University of Tennessee-Knoxville Professor Alfred Legendre, DVM, DACVM, suggested trying Polyprenyl Immunostimulant™ for the treatment of FIP. His collaboration with Sass & Sass, Inc., the developer and manufacturer of Polyprenyl Immunostimulant™, which started with FVR, was then