The full power of herbs and vitamins for healthy breathing and a strong immune system Strengthen the health of your four-legged friend now with our dog cough syrup Bronchial Plus!
- HEALTHY RESPIRATIONS: Our Bronchial Plus cough syrup supports the respiratory health of dogs and cats through natural herbs.
- HIGH VALUE CONTENTS: Extracts of fenugreek, thyme, echinacea, ribwort, nettle, yarrow, aniseed, fennel, peppermint, sage and more work in a natural way. Vitamin C and grapefruit seed extract complete the mixture.
- LESS IS MORE: Without unnecessary additives and naturally without alcohol.
- SCIENTIFICALLY BASED: We have developed Bronchial Plus with a team of scientists and veterinarians.
- MADE IN GERMANY: Our products are manufactured in Germany - this way we protect the environment and our Bronchial Plus is super fast at your place.
Bronchial Plus - Cough syrup for dogs
Sneezing, coughing, runny nose: these are not only typical symptoms of a cold for us humans. Our four-legged companions also have to struggle with respiratory problems. We humans like to take cough syrup in this situation. So why not strengthen the respiratory tract of your dog or cat with a cough syrup? Bronchial Plus is exactly the right remedy.
Actively promote your dog's health
As a master or mistress you have a lot of responsibility for your dog or cat. If your furry friend is feeling bad, you just want to help quickly. Especially when it comes to the health of your pet's respiratory tract, it is worthwhile to strengthen the health and immune system early on. This way viruses don't stand a chance at all! Our Bronchial Plus Juice can therefore not only be administered for acute respiratory problems, but can also be used preventively and permanently.
How Bronchial Plus works
The Power Juice actively helps against the nutritionally induced undersupply of the bronchial tract. So your dog's or cat's respiratory tract can take up full speed! Many animals do not take in enough vital substances for healthy respiratory tracts through their food alone. Herbs, essential oils, vitamins - together these ingredients are a real boost for your pet's bronchial and immune system.
What Bronchial Plus contains
Bronchial Plus contains a full load of the most effective herbs: fenugreek, liquorice root, thyme, echinacea, ribwort plantain, nettle, wormwood, yarrow, aniseed, watercress, fennel, peppermint, sage, ivy. Together they provide more relaxation in the bronchial tubes, soothe irritations, are expectorant and anti-inflammatory. The added vitamin C and grapefruit seed extract also ensure an intact immune system. In the composition we naturally avoid alcohol and other unnecessary additives.
And this is how you feed the juice
This delicious cough syrup is suitable for all dogs and cats. It can be mixed into the food or fed as a supplement.
We recommend 1.5 ml per 10 kg of your dog's body weight per day. This corresponds to half a teaspoon. So if your dog weighs 20 kg, he gets one teaspoon per day. You can also measure out the correct amount using the measuring cup provided.
For cats we recommend 1 ml per day.
Composition of Bronchial Plus
We at Annimally pay special attention to high-quality ingredients. So you only get the best for your pet.
Fruit vinegar, 30 % mixture of herb extracts (fenugreek seed whole, liquorice root cut, thyme cabbage cut, echinacea cabbage cut, ribwort herb cut, stinging nettle cabbage cut, wormwood cabbage cut, yarrow cabbage cut, aniseed whole, watercress cabbage cut, fennel seed whole, peppermint cabbage cut, sage cabbage cut, ivy cabbage cut), glucose
Additives per litre:
Nutritional additives: 2000 mg (3a300) vitamin C; flavourings 2b: 10,000 mg grapefruit seed extract (Citrus aurantium)
Analytical components and contents:
crude protein 0,4 %, crude fat 0,2 %, crude ash 0,1 %; crude fibre 0,2 %, moisture 87,3 %
Bronchial Plus Notes
Keep the product out of the reach of small children. Please store in a dry place, protected from light and not above 25 °C.
Frequently asked questions
What helps against coughing in dogs?
As with us humans, peace and warmth are the most important factors. But a cooled thin camomile-mint tea can also help your dog to fight against coughs. Inhaling a sea salt solution is also recommended. If it gets worse, there are special cough juices for dogs. If in doubt, always consult your vet.
What does coughing sound like for dogs?
Coughing often sounds like choking or even like a broken panting in dogs. Sometimes sputum in the form of white mucus, saliva or even blood can occur when coughing.
What helps with coughing dogs?
As with us humans, rest is the best remedy. But a chilled thin chamomile mint tea can also help your dog. Honey in tea also has an antibacterial effect. It is best not to expose your dog to cold and wet conditions and keep him warm at all times.
What can you do against a dog cough?
If your dog coughs, this is usually due to a classic cold. Here, rest and warmth as well as tea (cooled and diluted), mixed with honey if necessary, can help. If the cough is particularly severe, you should ask your vet for a cough syrup for dogs.
Cough in dogs: Causes and treatment options
The sound of a coughing dog sets alarm bells ringing in the minds of most dog owners. Is your dog sick? Is he suffocating? Should you call a doctor directly? Coughing in dogs can have many causes, some of which are potentially dangerous. What you need to know about the causes of coughing in dogs and what you can do about it:
Why do dogs cough?
Dogs explore the world through their nose - and occasionally through their mouth. Your furry family member comes into contact with all kinds of things, including dust, germs and occasionally blades of grass. All these things can cause a cough, making it difficult to tell if your dog's cough is serious or just the sound of an animal clearing its throat.
Occasional coughing can be normal dog behaviour and is not a cause for concern. Repeated coughing, on the other hand, could be a sign of a more serious problem, especially if there is a change in breathing sounds or breathing patterns.
Types of cough in dogs
One of the ways to narrow down the possible causes of your dog's cough is to determine the type of cough. This is important information that you should gather as it may help your vet to make a more informed decision about caring for your pet. Ask yourself the following questions:
- Is it a deep, dry cough?
- Is it a high frequency, choking cough?
- Is it a damp, slimy cough?
- Is it a deep cough?
- Does your dog cough in his sleep?
Each of these types of coughs indicates a specific problem. Make sure you can describe the sound of your animal's cough when you need to call your vet as this can help you decide whether it is an emergency or whether it could be a contagious disease such as kennel cough or a dog flu virus.
Common causes of coughing in dogs
A deep, dry cough in dogs could be a symptom of kennel cough or tracheobronchitis (upper respiratory tract, i.e. not the lungs). Kennel cough is a highly contagious disease caused by bacteria OR a number of viruses. It usually causes only mild illness and discomfort, but can descend to the lungs and cause serious problems such as pneumonia or chronic bronchitis.
Dogs can pick up kennel cough in kennels and dog nurseries, as well as in all other places where dogs gather. It's not usually a serious condition, but your vet may prescribe medication to treat the cough and will recommend keeping dogs away from other dogs until the infectious stage is over.
A choking cough can indicate irritation of the upper respiratory tract, infection or even partial constipation. Either your dog has a sore throat as a result of tonsillitis (fairly rare in dogs), or as a result of infections of the mouth or sinuses, or a foreign body is lodged in his throat causing discomfort and sore throat. Foreign bodies that have entered the throat are dangerous and prevent proper ventilation and swallowing. A foreign object that makes its way into your dog's oesophagus can be potentially life-threatening and requires immediate veterinary treatment.
A slimy, "damp" cough could be a symptom of a lower respiratory tract or lung (pulmonary) problem. These moist, gurgling noises indicate that there may be fluid in the dog's lungs. Unlike other types of cough, breathing becomes difficult even when the dog is not coughing. This requires immediate veterinary treatment, which means you need to make an appointment for your dog as soon as possible.
Pneumonia usually affects dogs with an underdeveloped or weakened immune system, including young puppies and older dogs. There are many causes of pneumonia in dogs, including bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungi or aspiration after inhaling foreign material after vomiting or after contact with toxins such as petroleum distillates/petrol, etc.
There are many types of heart disease in dogs. If the heart is not working properly as a pump, fluid can collect in the lungs. This is called congestive heart failure.
Breeds of dogs that are prone to heart disease, such as Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, can start coughing as the disease progresses. This type of cough occurs mainly when your dog is sleeping or lying down and means that fluid collects around the animal's lungs. This is a serious symptom. It is therefore important that you speak to your vet about treatment options for congestive heart failure.
Less common causes of coughing in dogs
The above causes of coughing in dogs are all serious, but there are some additional, less common causes of coughing:
- Influenza virus in dogs
- Chronic bronchitis
- Treatment of dog cough
Coughing in dogs is usually harmless and treatable. Most dogs will be back in top shape after a few days or weeks. In many cases, treatment with a natural cough syrup for dogs based on beneficial respiratory herbs is sufficient - all day, every day, and the immune system is strengthened again and the bronchial tubes are supported.
Symptoms indicating an infestation of the lungs as well as the windpipe should be examined by a veterinarian. Veterinarians diagnose on the basis of a combination of tests and clinical signs. Your vet will perform a physical examination, listen to your dog's heart and lungs, check for fever and, if necessary, perform diagnostic tests to determine what is bothering your pet and what will help him or her recover.
Once the underlying cause has been identified, a treatment plan will be discussed that is tailored to your dog's individual needs and treats both the cough and the underlying cause or illness.
Is cough medicine safe for dogs?
Just like a human, your dog may need cough medicine to make him feel better if a persistent cough makes him unhappy. While some types of human cough medicine can be administered safely to your dog, this is not the case with others. Here you should look carefully at what ingredients are included and what the dosage is, or simply go straight to a dog cough syrup.
If your vet thinks that additional antibiotics are needed, he or she will prescribe the right type and dosage for your dog.
If your dog coughs, several things can cause it, including a viral, fungal or bacterial infection, allergies, tracheal collapse or a foreign body lodged in the throat.
Some diseases cause a dry cough, while others cause a productive cough. Productive cough causes mucus to be expelled from the body and is usually caused by an infection. If your pelvic nose has a productive cough, the doctor may prescribe an expectorant to get the mucus out of your system (Pulmostat Acute is often recommended here, a particularly good alternative is Bronchial Plus from Annimally). Dry coughs do not produce mucus and can usually be suppressed by a cough-relieving medication.
No matter what kind of respiratory disease your pet is suffering from, you should be careful to give him only products with ingredients that are suitable for dogs. Some types of cough medicine contain ingredients that are toxic to dogs.
Ingredients to avoid
Human cough medicine may contain ingredients that are not safe for dogs. These ingredients include paracetaminophen, caffeine, xylitol and ibuprofen, all of which are toxic to dogs when ingested. Cough medicine for humans may also contain unsafe doses of antihistamines and decongestants for dogs, including pseudoephedrine, bromopheniramine and chlorpheniramine. To prevent your pet from being poisoned by additives to human cough medicine, give him or her a completely dog-specific cough medicine if possible.
If your dog's cough does not improve, it is advisable to consult a vet*. Always provide information about the name and brand of the items you have already given.
Natural cough syrup for dogs - an effective alternative and prevention
Many dogs are susceptible to respiratory diseases, rhinitis and coughing - at the first symptoms you should react quickly and directly to prevent further aggravation.
It is also important to check from time to time whether your dog is changing his behaviour: if the food is taken well, digestion continues to be good or is more or less excreted. Is your dog still happy in the fresh air or is he out of breath after a few metres? If so, then it's time to take it easy, take a rest and always go slowly.
Even as a preventive measure, good products can easily be taken on several days. Bronchial Plus Cough Juice supports the respiratory health of dogs and cats in particular with natural herbs.
Just a few days of Bronchial Plus on the food or in the water, fresh air, lots of restful sleep and lots of love and affection from us humans will help your weakened furry friend to get back on his feet quickly.
With 14 valuable respiratory herbs from our nature (fenugreek, liquorice root, thyme, echinacea, ribwort plantain, nettle, wormwood, yarrow, anise, watercress, fennel, peppermint, sage, ivy) in a particularly high concentration of 30%, the cough syrup provides more relaxation in the bronchial tubes, can soothe irritations, has an expectorant and anti-inflammatory effect. With vitamin C and grapefruit seed extract, you can also give your dog additional help for an intact immune system and against colds. Ribwort plantain with antimicrobial effectiveness can be particularly emphasised here and is also often offered as tea.
Given daily, the juice helps dogs and cats to calm the respiratory tract and relieve the first coughing symptoms. In many cases it is sufficient to give the cough syrup for a few days.
A spoonful of honey a day should also help, but you should bear in mind that there are dogs and cats who are allergic to honey - and the excessive sugar content can also cause obesity or even diabetes.
Tea is also said to be beneficial for dogs. It is important to prepare tea from single, pure herbs for the dog and to avoid tea mixtures. Loose herbal articles can be given easily.
You can find more tips for good bronchial tubes and respiratory tracts for your dog on the Internet or you can send us an e-mail with your questions.