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  Re: Advice for Flea Infestations
Sun, 27 Jul 14 06:44:04 -0500

[YEA]  07/27/2014: Diamond from Mass., US: "I just make a big batch of small amount of peppermint oil, a drop of tea tree oil and lemon juice then fill a spray bottle with water.... fleas and ticks fall right off my pets."

Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for a Sick Cat
Sun, 27 Jul 14 06:42:53 -0500

[YEA]  07/27/2014: Diamond from Mass., US: "I found a cat roaming the streets day in and day out for over a year even during the coldest of winters, she was a ragged looking cat, small and very thin. I picked her up and brought her home and gave her can cat food where I found she couldn't hold it down for very long; also one of her eyes was closed and draining. I continued to give her cat food with ACV and opened a capsule of salmon fish oil and put it into her cat foo. It took her quite some time to adapt, but after a few months she started to gain some weight, then her bad eye stopped draining and was fully wide open. She has been with me for over a year now and she has filled out in one of the greatest ways I have ever seen, she is her normal weight, she can see better and was a shabby bunch of mangled fur, is now fluffy & beautiful. I love my animals, It's God's gift to us."

Re: Tea Tree Oil to Repel Flies on Animals
Sat, 26 Jul 14 17:22:49 -0500

[YEA]  07/26/2014: Mama To Many from Tennessee: "Hi!

A farmer my son knew had a sick calf that he didn't have time to deal with and gave it to my son, hoping he could nurse it back to health and then keep it. So this calf had some kind of parasite/bugs on the face. I mixed up tea tree essential oil and water (1 T. oil to 1.5 cups water) in a spray bottle. My son sprayed this on the calf in the face a couple of times a day. It did seem to rid her of the parasite. We also noticed that flies were no longer on her face. If we sprayed her whole body she would be fly free for hours. I guess this would be an expensive long term solution (and not very convenient)but for a sick animal who needs to be spared the further irritation of flies, it works.

By the way, my son has had the calf for 6 weeks or so by now. She is doing well. I think she is going to make it! She is very sweet and friendly and hangs out with our big cows.

~Mama to Many~"

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  Re: Honey and Lemon for Kennel Cough
Sat, 26 Jul 14 11:35:39 -0500

07/26/2014: Dropsofpluto from Lachute, Quebec: "My dog has what seems to be a kennel cough. I am making him some fruit snacks and juices high in vitamin c. I decided to try the lemon and honey mixture but he won't drink it when I tell him. Am I supposed to just leave it in his bowl for him to drink?"


Re: Kitten With Red Spots
Sat, 26 Jul 14 09:22:06 -0500

07/25/2014: Linda from Detroit, Mi: "Well it's been quite a week. First I had two German Sheperd mix dogs in my yard and had to find their home, then my poor little Min Pin died and now I had a kitten that showed up with red spots on his side. I'm not sure what they are. I mixed some baking soda and mineral oil and put that on it, but that drove him nuts and caused it to bleed. So then I got some nail polish and put that on it and wrapped him up. He's quite happy now and is with my two cats laying on the bed. Now, what did I do? Was this, as I think something that bit him, or what else could it be? Did I make a big mistake letting him in the house. Too late, he's mine! :)"

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  Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Fleas
Fri, 25 Jul 14 18:50:39 -0500

07/25/2014: Suseeq from Sydney, Australia: "Just put some vinegar in a spray bottle and spray dog every day until fleas are gone. Only needs about three days, then spray when necessary, I haven't sprayed my dog for over 6 months."

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  Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Fleas
Fri, 25 Jul 14 15:24:08 -0500

07/25/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "Hey Toni!

If you feel you need to add ACV to your pet's water then that is what you should do.

You might also want to bathe him if he has fleas on his body.

Another way to combat fleas and itching is to alkalize your dog's drinking water; put 1 teaspoon of baking soda into 3 liters of water and have that as your dog's only drinking water for 1 day; increase to 2 spoons per 3 liters for the 2nd day; on the 3rd day add 3 teaspoons of baking soda to 3 liters of water -and do this for a total of 5 days. After 5 days drop it down to one half teaspoon of baking soda per 1 liter of water - this is an ongoing maintenance dose. This helps to change your dog's PH so he is not so attractive to fleas. You can add the ACV to this baking soda water when it is at the maintenance dose.

Also there are mobile vets now - you can have the vet come to you if you have no transport:

http://www.animalcareonwheels.com/"

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  Re: Advice for Flea Infestations
Fri, 25 Jul 14 15:12:09 -0500

07/25/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "I spoke with a witchy healer I know and she said the same; recharge the stones. It may be that the cases where the stones did not work at all simply needed to be charged before use!"

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  Re: Advice for Flea Infestations
Fri, 25 Jul 14 14:39:14 -0500

07/25/2014: Petlore from Ohio: "For those trying the amethyst just in case this might apply, in using stones to help in healing, every so often you have to recharge the stone, to do so set it outside all night in a full moon. Myself I don't understand it all but the moon has been proven to be like a strong magnet. The energy in stones can become depleted so give it a try won't cost you anything but the time to walk outside."

Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Fleas
Fri, 25 Jul 14 08:58:55 -0500

07/25/2014: Toni from Jacksonville, FL: "Hi, my dog Peddie scratches so much, I need to get some more ACV and I need to be putting it in his water. He is 3 years old. I don't have transportation to take him regularly to vet. Please, tell me what can I do. I love my dog, he's been a life saver for me."

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  Re: Dog's Aural Hematoma
Fri, 25 Jul 14 08:07:55 -0500

07/24/2014: Loraine from Orlando, US: "Hi Lizzy....I'm so glad that you chose to wait and see what happens instead of running to the vet and have them cause so much pain to your dog and on top of that pay them for that as well...after I read about the draining etc. after the surgery, I chose to just wait it out and now my dog is happy....are you going to wait this one out as well? I am thinking since it's small you should, but then, that's up to you......if you don't mind, can you give me the name of the medicine for the ear? Let us know the outcome....take care..."

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  Re: Home Heartworm Treatment
Fri, 25 Jul 14 08:05:32 -0500

07/24/2014: Loraine from Orlando, US: "Tricia....check the link below....hope it helps your dog.....I know how difficult it is when they are sick...for me personally, it breaks my heart to see my dog sick....let us know the outcome.

http://dogs.lovetoknow.com/wiki/Natural_Cures_for_Canine_Heart_Worms"

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  Re: Advanced Heartworm Treatment
Thu, 24 Jul 14 17:56:59 -0500

07/24/2014: Wade from Olive Branch, Ms: "I have a 2 year old lab just diagnosed. Does this product really work. He is showing no signs yet? And I want to keep it that way!"

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  Re: Treatment for Kitten's Mange/ Mites
Thu, 24 Jul 14 11:45:49 -0500

07/24/2014: Edward from Greensboro, Nc: "Diamond: Please be wary of using permethrin on cats! See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Permethrin and http://mangecure.info/Mange/mandes_DesperateMeasures.html"

Re: Home Heartworm Treatment
Thu, 24 Jul 14 11:44:33 -0500

07/24/2014: Tricia from Cordova, Al: "Trying to find a at home treatment for heartworms in dogs"

Re: Cat With Meningioma
Thu, 24 Jul 14 06:11:01 -0500

07/24/2014: Anne from Tornio, Finland: "My 17 years old girl cat has now for the second time meningioma on her brain. First time it was removed and everything was ok. It was 2 and half years ago. But now it's back and bigger. It can't be operation. There is also swelling. Before this "see a doctor time", I have tried to turmeric with black pepper and coconut oil, but it comes out with spittle. Some days now I have given her colostrum, but does that really work since she is a cat and there is also some milk sugar. Sugar is bad when have a cancer. Also reishi and spirulina and some others, but I really don`t know dosage and should it be given empty or full stomach, before or after food. What time of the day. I have started to give raw food to her but don't know where she could get some fiber that she needs to go to the toilet. There can be something there also, since toilet visits are not so often, like 4 days between each other. I have given her for animals of lactic acid bacteria course. I also started 2 days ago to give her the filtered water. What can I do beside give a lot of love and going out with her :) Is there something that really works.. can I really give something like apple cider vinegar or baking soda etc. Thank You all :)"

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  Re: Dog's Aural Hematoma Healed
Thu, 24 Jul 14 06:00:40 -0500

07/23/2014: Lizzy from Asheville, Nc: "Thank you, Theresa! I will definitely try the borax in the drinking water."

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  Re: Dog's Aural Hematoma Healed
Wed, 23 Jul 14 14:12:33 -0500

07/23/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "Hey Lizzy!

I like Zymox for itchy, sore, yeasty ears - but as you know, keeping them clean in the first place heads off issues and is key.

Another thing that may help is the addition of Borax [unscented laundry booster/sodium borate] added to the drinking water. Consider one quarter teaspoon into one liter as his regular drinking water. This will help combat an internal/systemic yeast infection [manifesting in the ears]."

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  Re: Dog's Aural Hematoma Healed
Wed, 23 Jul 14 13:22:39 -0500

07/23/2014: Lizzy from Asheville, Nc: "Hi Lorraine! So glad to hear the ear healed - yahoo!! My dog's right ear also healed beautifully after leaving it alone for a month. However (sigh), I was away all last week and didn't ask my husband to clean his ears out once a week like I usually do. So he started scratching his ear again a few nights ago and guess what... another small hematoma formed in the same right ear! I can't believe it! Lesson: We need to stay on top of keeping the ears clean to control yeast overgrowth/severe itchiness. I use a great pet ear solution that I got from the vet, by the way. It stops the itchiness fast and I only have to use it once a week. I also smell his ears frequently to see how much yeast is building up. When they get really smelly is the time to clean the ears. Best, Lizzy"

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