because those symptoms were present doesn't mean that coccidia was causal .
how do you do a preventive on a protozoa when all indications and examinations show you there
are none -- if a bear enters your cabin you shot the bear -- you don't unload your rifle in the cabin
when there is no bear-hazard , to keep a bear away
the best preventive after treatment is immune competence .
if the dog tests clear on several tests -- your preventive should be the environment
and the immune
keep the environment clean . Benefect Benefect Botanical Disinfectants & Cleaners for the Insurance Restoration Industry
good stuff .
albon is generally safe when given properly . It disrupts a vitamin production --B 9
and that is how it decimates the protozoa .
You may want to make sure that the dog is getting adequate B vitamins (raw fed?) ---
B 1 , niacin is important for mucus membranes -- 9 folate for liver and that would involve
glutathione again and that is a master enzymes -- see N-AC , and lysine
address the general health of the body --- no more toxins ---
has the dog had rabies vaccine recently -- reverse sneezing can show up post vaccination -- there are homeopathic remedies -- lyssin (Peter Dobias) .
is the reverse sneezing connected to a protein ? An food sensitivity , which the dog may very well have developed because of the damage the coccidia does , needs to be taken care of with repair of the gut and installing a healthy microbiome via probiotics .