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Mozi-Q for Pets

Mozi-Q for Pets

Hi, I'm Erin, the creator of Mozi-Q, and I'd like to introduce you to my dog, Django. He's the reason why Mozi-Q is here today. Mosquitoes don't think that I'm a yummy person, but they can't get enough of Django. One day we were out camping and he was being eaten alive. I gave him a dose of Mozi-Q and watched the mosquitoes fly right off of him. Not only did he avoid getting any more bites, but the ones he already had didn't swell up or cause him to scratch.

It's now been a couple of years since that camping trip, and Django and I very excited to be sharing this relief from bug bites with you and your pets.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Mozi-Q for Pets safe?

Yes, Mozi-Q for Pets has been approved by the Low Risk Veterinary Health Products Interim Notification Program for use on cats, dogs, and horses. It is non-toxic and doesn't react with medications or herbs.

What pets can it be used on?

Mozi-Q for Pets can be used on cats, dogs, and horses

What bugs does it work on?

It is effective on blood-biting insects including mosquitoes, ticks, and black flies. 

Does it smell, or will anything ooze from my pets skin?

There is no smell, and the only thing that will be apparent to you is blood-biting insects such as mosquitoes and ticks not making a banquet of your pet. If your pet does get a bite, it will also help to promote skin health.

What is the best way to give Mozi-Q for Pets?

Many pets will be able to simply chew the tablet, but if you are not able to get your pet to do so, you can dissolve the tablet in their water.

Do I need to use a larger dose if I have a big dog?

No, the same dose will be effective on dogs of all sizes.

Do I need to use a larger dose on a horse?

We have found that two tablets per day is the ideal dose for horses.

Are there any side effects?


Is it B Vitamins?


Are there contraindications?


It sounds like it would be full of chemicals, is it?

Homeopathic medicine is by definition non- toxic. The plant chemicals that go into it are diluted to non-toxic levels. 

Not intended as food. Homeopathy is non-toxic. Not for use in horses intended for food as a withdrawal period has not been established.