Aloe Vera Safety with Kids, Dogs, Cats and Barnyard Animals

Safe enough for the smallest pet!
Safe enough for the smallest pet!

Aloe Vera Offers Hundreds of Remedies!

Because a properly stabilized organic aloe vera formulation shows no measurable toxicity, it is an excellent product for children.  Aloe vera is exceedingly gentle to the skin of children and creates the same level of synergistic healing benefits that carries both natural and healing elements to the skin.

Aloe vera that is pharmaceutically tested and used is found to be healthy, nutritious, safe and an energizing beverage.  Aloe vera also enjoys a GRAS qualification, which means it is in the same category as a food.

However, always check the product label for the appropriate dose recommended for children.

As for the dogs, cats and barnyard animals, aloe vera stands at the top of the class and offers hundreds of remedies for the animals.

What are hot spots?

Aloe Vera Gel Works Wonders!

Fleas and dogs seem to go together. One can use stabilized organic aloe vera effective in getting rid of a plague of fleas.

Hot spots …cases of skin infections such as allergic dermatitis could have a good chance of healing on its own if the dog didn’t try to help it along by licking it. This licking usually causes more problems with the syndrome called Lick Granuloma. It causes a skin condition to grow worse and increases the itching, swelling and infection. The more the dog licks a problem area the worse it gets. Aloe vera gel works wonders on the so called “hot spots.”

I drink aloe three times a day!
I drink aloe three times a day!

Even an independent cat will love you for giving him aloe!

The independent cat, although cats tend to be viewed as pretty low maintenance pets, they still need attention and health care. They also get fleas, parasites, skin infections and respiratory infections the same as many other animals. One of the most common conditions to plague cats is a syndrome called cystitis …an inflammation of the bladder, accompanied by dark red or brown urine, all brought on by the presence of a virus or bacteria.

Oral does of stabilized organic aloe vera three times a day works very successfully to clear out the effects of the disease.

Promotes rapid cell growth three fold!

Lets move into the barnyard. Of all the animals in the barnyard, none can compete with the awe-inspiring horse. Of the frequent occurring conditions that plague the horse …here are a few. Swollen joints, founder or laminitis, infertility, blood in urine, chronic diarrhea and constipation. Laryngitac hypoplasia, follicular pharyngitis.

Cuts, contusions and deep wounds; rope burns, wire cuts and severe hematoma of the hoof are just some of the conditions that have been treated successfully with stabilized organic aloe vera.

Of all the wounds, infections and diseases encountered... stabilized organic aloe vera is the ideal healant because it not only fights the infected areas and promotes rapid cell growth three fold …it’s also anti-viral, anti-bactericidal, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, anti-septic and anti-prutic …with no known toxicity. Know your supplier!!

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gjcody 4 years ago Author

I am glad you liked this article. Thank you for stopping to enjoy this article Thelma. My best to your success and health.

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gjcody 4 years ago Author

Angela ...thank you for reading my article. My best to your success and health!

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gjcody 4 years ago Author

Daughter Of Maat ...I am sure Vitamin E is good too. The saying around our warehouse is get "Aloe in you or on you!" Yes to keep you healthy ...Thanks for coming by and reading this article best to you!

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gjcody 4 years ago Author

Thanks Civil War Bob. My pet dog was only 16 lbs and I gave her 1 oz. of Aloe Vera Juice with every meal and at night before she went to sleep ...she waited for it in her dish. She lived for 16 years and that is a long time for her breed.

She was a very sick animal when I started her on the juice. She was 5 years old and had hot spots and ear infections along with a weight problem. After I started her on the Aloe Vera Juice she made a dramatic recovery.

I really miss her. Thanks for reading my article.

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Civil War Bob 4 years ago from Glenside, Pennsylvania

Good hub, GJ...voted up useful, interesting. I've used aloe plant on a broken toe, yellow jacket stings, poison ivy, burns, and various cuts on myself...great stuff, so I expect the stabilized form works well, too. Enjoy your day.

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Daughter Of Maat 4 years ago from Rural Central Florida

This is great info! I use vitamin E on my puppy's itchy but and it works quite well, but aloe vera is cheaper!! Awesome, voted up and shared.

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Angela Brummer 4 years ago from Lincoln, Nebraska

Great information! I will share this!

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Thelma Alberts 4 years ago from Germany

Thank you for this informative hub. I did not know that aloe vera is also good for animals. I have aloe vera plants in the garden and I could use it not only for me but for my dog, too. Thanks for SHARING.

chaser4 6 years ago

Hey gjcody....thanks for the hub about the animals....a big help...I'll pass on the info. ...keep'm coming.

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