Scoot Stopper - Pets
Helps relieve symptoms such as inflammation, scratching and scooting associated with anal itching and gland engorgement. If anal itching and irritation are caused by parasitic infestation, the addion of Parasites is indicated.
Formulated for symptoms associated with gland engorgement such as anal itching, inflammation, scratching, gnawing and scooting.
Directions: Pets, under 50 lbs., give 3 drops or pellets by mouth (50 to 500 lbs. - 6 drops or pellets, over 500 lbs. - 1/2 teaspoon) as needed or as directed by a health professional. Place in mouth or purified water.
Active Ingredients: Echinacea 3x, Aesculus hippocastanum 15x, Aloe socotrina 15x, Antimonium crudum 15x, Arsenicum album 15x, Capsicum annuum 15x, Carbo vegetabilis 15x, Collinsonia canadensis 15x, Granatum 15x, Graphites 15x, Lachesis mutus 15x, Mercurius cyanatus 15x, Natrum muriaticum 15x, Nux vomica 15x, Ratanhia 15x, Rhus toxicodendron 15x, Sanicula 15x, Silicea 15x, Spigelia anthelmia 15x, Sulphur 15x, Thuja occidentalis 15x.
Liquid Inactive Ingredients: USP Purified water; USP Gluten-free, non-GMO, organic cane alcohol 20%.
According to the Materia Medica the following remedies in Scoot Stopper may be administered for the following conditions:
Aesculus hippocastanum: Action is most marked in the lower bowels; Affections of anus; Anus is raw, sore.
Aloe socotrina: Rectal symptoms are usually very strong; Constipation.
Antimonium crudum: Anal itching; Burning itching and fissures in anus.
Arsenicum album: Infections; Itching around anus; Skin excoriated around anus.
Capsicum annuum: Gland disorders; Rectal diseases.
Carbo vegetabilis: Sluggish; Itching, gnawing, burning in anus; A musty, glutinous moisture exudes from rectum.
Collinsonia canadensis: Rectal diseases; Itching of anus.
Echinacea: Acute auto-infection; Erysipelas (skin infections/cellulitis).
Granatum: Burning, itching in anus; Evacuation of fecal matter and mucus.
Graphites: Itching, sensation of excoriation, and swelling of the anus.
Lachesis mutus: Constipated; Offensive stools.
Mercurius cyanatus: Redness around anus; Discharge of fetid liquid with gangrenous odor.
Natrum muriaticum: Constricted anus; Swelling of glands.
Nux vomica: Swelling and closing of anus; Itching, tickling, and tingling to anus and rectum as from ascarides.
Ratanhia: Severe itching about anus; Oozing from anus.
Rhus toxicodendron: Infections; Will often abort a beginning suppurative (producing pus) process near the rectum.
Sanicula: Itching; Excoriation of skin around anus; Very offensive odor of anus.
Silicea: Frequent discharge of fetid serum, of a corpse-like smell from rectum; Shootings and itching in anus.
Spigelia anthelmia: Itching, tickling in anus; Worms.
Sulphur: Redness around the anus with itching; Odor of stool follows as if he had soiled himself.
Thuja occidentalis: Moisture oozing from anus; Inflammatory swellings with redness; Anus painful to touch.