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  Re: Borax Treatment for Dogs

Wed, 29 Jun 16 00:18:03 -0500
Posted by Victoria (Seminole, Fl) on 06/28/2016

Yes it is 20 Mule Team Borax, and is safely used internally when properly diluted. We take 2 tsp. of the following solution daily:

mix 1 teaspoon borax with a quart of water. It's about as toxic as table salt, just use responsibly.

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  Re: Ted's Mange Cure Brings Great Relief to Suffering Dog

Tue, 28 Jun 16 13:46:41 -0500
Posted by Theresa Donate
(Mpls., Mn) on 06/28/2016

Hello Linda,

Your pet may be having a toxic reaction to an overdose of the medicated bath + mange spray. If this were my dog I would strongly consider seeing the vet for accidental poisoning and check blood for organ function. If that is out of the question you might consider giving your dog activated charcoal - you can buy capsules at most health food stores. Homeopathic Nux Vomica may also be indicated. Please report back.

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  Re: Vitamin C for Dog with Pyometra

Tue, 28 Jun 16 13:46:14 -0500
Posted by Theresa Donate
(Mpls., Mn) on 06/28/2016

Hey Alain,

Not the original poster, but in case they do not see your response in a timely manner, you get the vitamin C in any way you can. Dogs with closed pyos may refuse to eat so a liquid might be easier to swallow. Dogs with open pyos may be tempted to eat something super tasty, so vitamin c tabs coated in cream cheese might work to get them down.

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  Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Bladder Stones

Tue, 28 Jun 16 13:43:45 -0500
Posted by Theresa Donate
(Mpls., Mn) on 06/28/2016

Hey Jennifer!

I think your comment is for the original poster [?]. I feed my pack a rotation diet of home made, Fromm, TOTW and others. I agree that top quality and grain free is key for urinary tract health.

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  Re: Turmeric for Tumors

Tue, 28 Jun 16 12:26:04 -0500
Posted by Suseeq (Sydney, Australia) on 06/28/2016

Dee, I only have the dosage written down in my notes.

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  Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Bladder Stones

Tue, 28 Jun 16 12:11:41 -0500
Posted by Jennifer (South Dakota) on 06/28/2016

Theresa, a really good food that I have had many customers switch to is a brand called Taste of the Wild, comes in many flavors, and all natural, nor corn, wheat, its made with real meat like venison, bison, salmon, or wild boar, sweet potato and other good for them vegetables and fruits. I feed this to my dogs and cats. it can be a little pricey, but so very worth it. good luck on your fur kid.

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  Re: Ted's Mange Cure Brings Great Relief to Suffering Dog

Tue, 28 Jun 16 11:57:30 -0500
Posted by Linda (Mo) on 06/27/2016

How do you mix this solution? My dog has mange & been using the medicated shampoo & happy jack mange spray. Used it one time & noticed that it made her sick & that was three days ago and she still not feeling well. So we gave her a bath seemed to be feeling a little better but she is throwing up again. Really need to get her to feeling better. Thanks


EC: Hi Linda,

Please read our overview article in this section for detailed instructions:http://www.earthclinic.com/pets/dog_mange_cure.html

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  Re: Vaccinations and Tumors in Dogs

Tue, 28 Jun 16 11:35:38 -0500
Posted by Miriana (Lancaster) on 06/27/2016

Hello

I agree with you about vaccinations but Rabies shots are required to go fly overseas, which I am going to do. I won't give any shots but can not get around the Rabies one?

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  Re: Congestive Heart Failure

Tue, 28 Jun 16 10:20:02 -0500
Posted by Jeff (Georgia) on 06/28/2016

I have two Boston Terriers both in final stages of heart failure. I have been using Wu Ling to control fluid retention with great results. However, lately it seems I have to administer more Wu Ling to achieve the same results. Question -- anyone have any guidelines as to dosage? Can you give too much Wu Ling? What is the danger of over administration. Sincerely, Jeff

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  Re: Vitamin C for Dog with Pyometra

Tue, 28 Jun 16 10:13:04 -0500
Posted by Alain Lasquety (Paranaque City, Philippines) on 06/28/2016

Good day. This is regarding your testimony of giving vitamin c to your pet dog with pyometra. How do you administer vitamin c to your pet? Is it syrup or capsule? We also have a pet dog that has pyometra and we do not want her to undergo surgery due to her old age (she is a 10 year old pug). Thank you for your advice!

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  Re: Questions About Turmeric and Castor Oil for Tumor

Mon, 27 Jun 16 19:38:43 -0500
Posted by Suseeq (Sydney, Australia) on 06/27/2016

What about probiotics? Tumeric 15to 20mgs per pound body weight. Molasses I have a note on molasses, never used it myself, but a quarter to half teaspoon dissolved in warm water.

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  Re: Questions About Turmeric and Castor Oil for Tumor

Mon, 27 Jun 16 18:16:43 -0500
Posted by Wendy (Michigan) on 06/27/2016

I have A 24 pound Tibetien Terrier who has all sorts of bumps and little growths all over him. How much turmeric and blackstrap molasses do I give him?

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  Re: Turmeric for Tumors

Mon, 27 Jun 16 17:53:44 -0500
Posted by Dee (Adelaide Sa) on 06/27/2016

A link to your source of information for the comment that Turmeric capsules can kill a dog would be great.. because I have done much research and have ONLY ever found information in favour of using it in animals. I have been giving it to my dog for many months .. and if you have found reputable information to the contrary I would like to read it.. thanks

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  Re: Flowers of Sulphur

Mon, 27 Jun 16 08:40:20 -0500
Posted by Suseeq (Sydney, Australia) on 06/27/2016

Only a pinch in meal no more.

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  Re: Flowers of Sulphur

Sun, 26 Jun 16 23:53:15 -0500
Posted by Stephanie (Michigan) on 06/26/2016

Can you elaborate on that mixture? My dog suffers with bacterial pyoderma and non bacterial dermatitis.

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  Re: Garlic for Fleas

Sun, 26 Jun 16 19:34:08 -0500
Posted by Suseeq (Sydney, Australia) on 06/26/2016

Hi Jackie, you are so right, vets getting a kick back from drug companies, but what I can you and others there are willing to try more natural to heal our animals. Here in aussie if it doesn't come from the vet it's no good. I don't know how many times I get told I am not a vet nor do I claim to be so I should be not be telling people how to treat their animals. GRRRR

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  Re: Ear Remedy

Sun, 26 Jun 16 15:24:35 -0500
Posted by Angela (Houston, Texas) on 06/26/2016

Just use white vinegar and hydrogen peroxide.

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  Re: Rescue with Extreme Allergies

Sun, 26 Jun 16 15:19:20 -0500
Posted by Gizmosmom (Nc) on 06/26/2016

Flaxseed oil is one alternative and likely least expensive to fish oil for omega 3s and it is sold in liquid form. Gelatin (derived from animal sources) is a cause of allergic reactions in humans often and is used to make pill capsules, so I think thats what you want to avoid. Capsules can be made from vegetable stearate I think and this might be fine for your pooch. You could try searching for vegan brands of chia seed oil and seaweeds as well or use walnut oil, sold in the standard grocery store. Seaweeds and algae should be used with caution since your dog has such severe disease and these can worsen some autoimmune conditions in humans (ask the vet). Organ meats like liver are great sources of b vitamins and iron. Its best to use grass fed beef for organ meat, since cows are not meant to eat corn, the livers of beef from industrial farms can be very unhealthy.

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  Re: Garlic for Fleas

Sun, 26 Jun 16 15:06:43 -0500
Posted by Jackie (Louisiana ) on 06/26/2016

What an ignorant comment. Nowadays we have chemical/ prescription meds in the world. There is money to made form prescription meds.Actually Vets can get kickbacks for some meds they prescribe. Herbal and natural remedies were around long before and often work. Without side effects some Rx /OTC meds can cause. ALSO there are agencies in most states that offer spay/nueter service for a pittance. Like 25.00. Contact your local humane society and explain your issue. They can refer you. In Georgia (Cherokee County) We had a huge "Cat Snip" bus that provided this service, incl shots as well, for next to nothing. If states want to control the pet population they have resources such as this. I got my doxie spayed, a rabie shot, and her second series of core vaccines FOR 25.00 Georgia Animal project. Based on income

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