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Vetriderm

Hello everyone!
I am desperately looking for this product in Switzerland and I haven't been able to find it. Does anyone know where I can find it? My boyfriend is having a severe allergic reaction to our new kitten and we've been told this could work for us.
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Re: Vetriderm

Here you go:

https://ch.miscota.com/hunde/vetride...SABEgIeWfD_BwE

Or on amazon.de (ship to konstanz for example)
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Re: Vetriderm

Be aware that Miscota ship from Spain (or at least they did for the cat door I ordered). Service was fine, but the estimated delivery time was 50% too optimistic.
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Re: Vetriderm

Better to see his doctor and get properly tested rather than just guess a product may or may not work if it's that severe.
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Re: Vetriderm

Thank you, everyone! Yes, we have an appointment with the allergist but we wanted to test this product as it was recommended by our veterinarian.
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Re: Vetriderm

Or go to any pharmacy. If he arrives with crying eyes and runny nose, pharmacists can sell a lot of stuff.
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Re: Vetriderm

Brit, this is not what you asked (when did that ever stop an EF discussion ) but should the Vetriderm turn out not to do the trick, this new research by the Tierspital and Uni Zürich might be of interest to you:

http://www.usz.ch/news/Mitteilungen/...rallergie.aspx

Not planned to be introduced until 2022 - but something to discuss with your vet, and of course if you were to consider this route you'd want to discuss it at length (efficacy, safety, etc.) with the Tierspital researchers, as this is a totally new concept. You'd also want to discuss this with your allergist.

Anyway, just something I found on my way to looking up something else, so I thought I'd toss it out there. Due diligence required, of course.
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