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Instructions for administering remedies to pets; Sulphur for fleas?

Can someone please post the proper way to do so? Pellets in the food or is wet dosing required?

Also, have seen William Pardaan's recommendation on another site re Sulphur for fleas. Can this remedy be given even when the animal does not match the Sulphur profile? Our young female cat is FIV+, very immune-compromised, intense dental problems, very frightened of strangers, very sensitive stomach, and I don't want to make her feel worse because I've given her a remedy that does not relate to her constitution in general.

Thanks for any advice.
  bamc100 on 2006-05-24
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I medicate my cat with wet doses via an eye dropper. An oral syringe would work well also. Generally you want to give on a 'neutral mouth' the same you would with a person. That means that putting it in the animal's food is not a preferred way of doing it unless you have no other way.
Daisy43 last decade

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