Pet owners are often resistant to allergy injections. AllerPaws once-a-day unique delivery system a metered, swivel spray is directed into the side of the mouth or under the animal's tongue. Our system eliminates the pet owner's biggest obstacles of pain and time to effective allergy treatment.
Customers will be reassured to learn that oral allergy treatment (SLIT - sublingual immunotherapy) has been used effectively in Europe for more than 30 years. Our product is approved by the Canadian Centre for Veterinary Biologics and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). It is used by Canadian and USA Veterinary Dermatologists, phone us for a list.
AllerPaws is easy to prescribe, use and to educate your clients and staff
- Complete our patient information form or send us a blood serum for patient and food allergen testing. We can also create a prescription based on any faxed test results.
- We can provide allergen testing on food, trees, grasses, weeds, dander, molds, tobacco and more.
Each customer receives:
-A personalized prescription based upon the blood serum test results or
by your evaluation of the symptoms and personal history of the animal.
-An easy to understand dosage sheet, re-order instructions and
informative consumer brochure.
Treatment is painless, stress free, saves your clients time and is easy
for them to use. We offer additional telephone support to veterinarians.
Allerpattes, the only once-a-day oral allergy treatment
-Easy-to-use, error free once-a-day dosing using a metered dose swivel spray system
increases client confidence
-Customized prescription treatment and our product is as effective as allergy shots*
-No needles, no syringes - pain free treatment
-Used by Canadian and USA Veterinary Dermatologists
-Approved by the Canadian Centre for Veterinary Biologics and the U.S. Department of Agriculture
-Developed and manufactured by Nelco-Vet in the USA
*An independent, two-year study funded by Nelco-Vet and conducted by a leading veterinary medical university showed clinical improvement consistent wth traditional subcutaneous immunotherapy (allergy shots).