Allerderm EFA-Z Plus liquid is a dietary supplement for dogs and cats intended for skin and coat health support.
WHAT THIS PRODUCT CURES
Allerderm EFA-Z Plus contains omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids as well as A, D and E vitamins and zinc. Allerderm EFA-Z Plus liquid helps in healing processes and improves the health of the animal’s skin and coat.
There are numerous dermatological problems in dogs causing various skin symptoms. Some of the most common ailments include atopic dermatitis, allergies, acral lick dermatitis, lupus erythematosus, endocrine issues and skin infections.
RELATIVE INFO ON BREEDS MOST ASSOCIATED WITH THIS AILMENT
There are numerous hereditary conditions connected with skin problems. E.g. Doberman dogs are genetically predisposed to acne. There is a breed predisposition to certain skin infections and endocrine disorders leading to skin issues. For example, cocker spaniels and West Highland White Terriers are prone to Malassezia infections while golden retrievers are likely to inherit a predisposition to hypothyroidism.
Sphynx and other hairless breeds of cats are prone to acne. Cornish and Devon Rex breeds are predisposed to Malassezia dermatitis. Many cats often suffer from skin fold dermatitis, intertrigo.
QUESTIONS FOR MY VET
1. What is Allerderm EFA-Z Plus and how does it work?
Allerderm EFA-Z Plus is a nutritional supplement supporting skin health and healing in dogs. It contains omega 3 and omega 5 fatty acids, zinc and fat soluble vitamins. They help in skin reparation processes and block inflammation.
2. Is Allerderm EFA-Z Plus safe for my pet?
Allerderm EFA-Z Plus is generally considered safe and rarely causes adverse reactions in dogs and cats.
3. What are the side effects of Allerderm EFA-Z Plus?
Allerderm EFA-Z Plus rarely causes side effects. However, individual sensitivity reactions are possible. In case of any unexpected or unusual symptoms connected with the Allerderm EFA-Z Plus administration, seek veterinary advice.
4. What drugs interact with Allerderm EFA-Z Plus?
Inform your veterinarian of any prescription or over the counter drugs and dietary supplements your dog is taking before administering Allerderm EFA-Z Plus.
5. What in case of accidental overdose?
In case of overdose stop administering Allerderm EFA-Z Plus and seek veterinary help immediately.
6. How is Allerderm EFA-Z Plus administered?
Allerderm EFA-Z Plus is administered orally. It appears in the form of liquid which is applied on the food once a day. Allerderm EFA-Z Plus should be given according to the veterinary instructions.
This product is intended for animal use only. Keep it away from children and pets.
Use according to the veterinary instructions. Do not increase the daily dose unless instructed by the veterinarian.
This product is intended for dogs and cats; do not administer to other animals.
STORAGE AND DISPOSAL
Keep the capsule container in dry and cool place. Do not store or use near heat or open flame.
BRAND VS- GENERIC COMPARISON
There is no generic equivalent to Allerderm EFA-Z Plus, but there are several brand name counterparts available on the market. They may contain the same or similar ingredients in various concentrations and ratios. The concurrent brand name products come in various formulations and packages and can vary in price and size. However, their quality is usually very high, and it depends on the dog owner and the veterinarian which product will be chosen.
1 mL of Allerderm EFA-Z Plus liquid contains 510 mg of linoleic acid, 136 IU of Vitamin A, 1.0 IU of Vitamin E, 2.1 mg of zinc, 0.10 mg of pyridoxine HCl, 2.0μg of biotin, .038 mg of Inositol.
Allerderm EFA-Z Plus also contains sources of fatty acids: sunflower seed oil, borage seed oil and fish oil; natural and artificial flavoring, silica, alpha tocopherol acetate, inositol, propylparaben, vitamin A palmitate, pyridoxine HCl, biotin, methylparaben.