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Wendals Cider Apple Vinegar for Dogs

  • 250ml Bottle £3.19

Wendals Cider Apple Vinegar is highly beneficial for older dogs or those with compromised mobility. Wendals Cider Apple Vinegar is a top quality liquid feed tonic that promotes mobility, particularly in older dogs, and also encourages elevated appetite and can help in the treatment of worms. Also ideal as a complementary supplement to promote general health, wellbeing, joint movement and mobility.

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The Mother

19th Feb 2017
Wendy Wright
  • VioVet Customer Since: March 2012
  • From: , United Kingdom

Does this particular ACV contain "The Mother" ?

  • Veterinary Advisor

The manufacturer has not provided us with that information but given the clear appearance of the vinegar I would suggest that it has been pasteurized and filtered. The unrefined vinegars are usually cloudier in appearance.

Help! my 15 month old dalmatian has hot spots on head and itches her eye/head until they bleed

24th Feb 2015

I have a 15 month old dalmatian who had atopic dermatitis, she has been on steroids with horrible side effects and I would really like to find an alternative. She has hot spots on her head,above her eyes and near her ears and she will scratch until she bleeds. I have heard acv may help? Any advice would be very helpful xx

  • Non-Executive Director

There is no harm in trying this product but for a condition as serious as atopic dermatitis, it is unlikely to make much difference regrettably. There is a very effective prescription drug called Apoquel which will be back on the market in a few months and this has proved to be remarkably effective with no significant side effects for most dogs. You should talk to your own vet about this when it becomes available (later this year). Until then I would suggest mild, medicated shampoos containing oatmeal and perhaps the lowest dose of steroids you can get away with. Cider Apple Vinegar can be used but is not usually effective for this particular condition.