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  • Are you looking for natural support to help your pet’s TESTICLE DROP? Look no further because we’ve specially crafted the TESTI-DROP natural product to promote healthy testicle placement in the scrotum. Great for both cats and dogs!

    This homeopathic remedy is great to promote the descent of the testicle into the scrotum. In addressing this core issue, the TESTI-DROP helps to prevent the need for surgery!

    - Promotes the descent of the testis into the scrotum
    - A gentle holistic approach
    - No chemicals
    - High-quality ingredients

More Information

What is an undescended testicle?
An undescended testicle is an abnormal position of the testis in animals, mainly in dogs. In the majority of cases, it concerns only one testicle.

What are the symptoms of an undescended testicle?
In a puppy, the testicles are found in the abdomen and gradually move down into place between 6 and 10 weeks of age. It is possible for this movement to be incomplete or that one of the testicles remains in its original position.

What are the possible causes of undescended testes?
The exact causes of undescended testes remain unknown, but a hereditary nature is strongly suspected.

What is the TESTI-DROP natural product?
The TESTI-DROP natural product promotes the descent of the testes into the scrotum. It works to address common symptoms of an undescended testicle such as pain, fluid buildup, contraction and constriction of the testes and much more! TESTI-DROP is ideal for male pets needing additional support and better testicular health and position.

Who is this natural product suitable for?
- Males (from 8 weeks old) where the process of descent of the testicle is not complete.
- This natural product can be used for dogs and cats.
- Since every pet is different, the success of this natural product depends on the severity and placement of the testicle. We've seen some great results from customers who have used the Testi-Drop remedy, however, we cannot guarantee that surgery will not be necessary.