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  Re: Buying Turmeric
Wed, 16 Jul 14 16:59:51 -0500

07/16/2014: Linda from Detroit, Mi: "Janice, you can also find Tumeric in a bulk food store. I just saw it in it's "real form" today at Meijers!"

Re: Elderly MinPin Vomiting
Wed, 16 Jul 14 16:10:11 -0500

07/16/2014: Linda from Detroit, Mi: "I have an elderly MinPin. She was a rescue, so I'm not sure of her age, but let's say she's about 14. She's been fine except for her back legs seem to be bothering her. (Arthritis?) She vomited some yellow liquid. She won't eat at all except for Slim Jims! I put a 81mg equate (aspirin) in her last Slim Jim. She couldn't walk at all the other day, but is walking better now. What could be the problem?"

Re: Soft Crate for Dogs Who Fear Thunder
Wed, 16 Jul 14 11:17:20 -0500

[YEA]  07/16/2014: Kathryn4 from Owings: "My dog used to freak out with being in a crate during thunderstorm. This crate was one of the steel types with bars. Solution: got a soft crate - now he does not hurt himself if I am gone out of the house and he happens to be in there with a thunderstorm."

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  Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Itchy Puppy
Wed, 16 Jul 14 09:06:59 -0500

07/16/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "Hey Steve!

There is no set way to do this - it is something you will need to play by ear based on the results you get. You might find using a plant misting bottle to be the most effective way to apply it. Start out applying it am and pm; if no results try applying 4 times a day - or if stellar results once every other day."


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  Re: Question on Using Naltrexone With Dogs
Wed, 16 Jul 14 09:04:37 -0500

07/16/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "Hey Lily!

I have no first hand experience with naltrexone but I did some research for you.

If you have it in liquid form, you can add water and draw it up in a syringe and drip that into your dog's mouth. If you have a tablet then hide it in some cream cheese or other soft food.

I hope this helps!"

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  Re: Buying Turmeric
Wed, 16 Jul 14 07:08:20 -0500

07/16/2014: Kt from Usa: "Dear Janice, For turmeric, see if you can locate a Penzeys Spices in your area. 1-800-741-7787"

Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Itchy Puppy
Wed, 16 Jul 14 01:20:22 -0500

07/16/2014: Steve from Bend, Or: "How often do I apply (with cotton balls) a mixture of water and ACV to my puppys dry itchy belly"

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  Re: Question on Using Naltrexone With Dogs
Tue, 15 Jul 14 21:55:22 -0500

07/15/2014: Lily from Mississippi, US: "How to you administer naltrexone to the dogs? Do you rub it on the spots or give it to them orally? if so, how do you get them to eat it?"

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  Re: Dog's Ruptured Cruciate Ligament
Tue, 15 Jul 14 15:24:38 -0500

07/15/2014: Om from Hope, Bc Canada: "Try Edgar Cayce's website. Cold pressed castor oil is truly amazing. Wish your best friend well. Namaste, Om"

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  Re: Puppy Poops 10 x per Day
Tue, 15 Jul 14 15:01:21 -0500

07/15/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "Hey Kay!

That's a lotta scooping you are doing!

A couple things come to mind.

If you are feeding a puppy kibble, your pup's metabolism shifted into low gear right around 16 weeks; he no longer needs the extra OOOMPH from the puppy kibble, so you might consider switching to adult chow.

That said, if you are feeding grain free you might be over feeding; if your puppy has puppy fat and you cannot easily feel the ribs, you may be over feeding. Even if he looks age appropriately rangy and not fat, you might consider cutting out the noon meal and seeing if that makes a difference.

And what treats are you giving? Pig's ears for snacks, raw hides for working the jaw, biscuits during training sessions? A chunk of cheese because you are standing in the kitchen with the fridge door open and he just happened to look super cute? They add up... and come out!

And the pumpkin - I know you added this for the constipation from the last food, but why are you continuing it? It certainly cannot be over looked as to why your pup has so many stools.

And how is his temperament over all? Is he a nervous Nelly or a laid back Larry? A high energy nervous type will simply have to 'go' more than a couch potato because the nervous Nelly's nerves just work things loose."

Re: Puppy Poops 10 x per Day
Tue, 15 Jul 14 13:52:22 -0500

07/15/2014: Kay from Jax, Fl, Usa: "My five month old BC poops at least 3 x after each meal and I feed him 1 cup of dry food in am, 1/2 cup noon and 1 cup dinner. This is puppy size high quality food. I mix 1 tablespoon of canned pumpkin. The stools are normal and not diarrhea. I took him to the vet who wanted to put him on the food she sells. I did this and it constipated him. So, I have him back on the high quality food. Vet said he should poop within 45 minutes after eating and that would be all (3 to 4x per day).

any suggestions?"

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  Re: Pumpkin for Dog Gastroenteritis
Tue, 15 Jul 14 13:43:35 -0500

07/15/2014: Karen from Alberta, CA: "Thank you for your suggestions, I am going to try them. We appreciate your prayers, it is so nice to have some positivity since lately everyone around us has been suggesting putting her down. Thank you again!"

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  Re: Buying Turmeric
Tue, 15 Jul 14 13:39:02 -0500

07/15/2014: Om from Hope, Bc Canada: "The good organic turmeric is difficult to get but most turmeric (haldi) in grocery stores is adulterated with some other filler powder.

So you must emphasize you want the turmeric that is used in the temples for worship. (puja).

That is more expensive but tastes different, close to, or the real thing. You get what you pay for. Om"

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  Re: Treating a Puppy With Ted's Dog Mange Cure
Tue, 15 Jul 14 11:45:58 -0500

07/15/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "Do show the retained teeth if you can :-)"

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  Re: Treating a Puppy With Ted's Dog Mange Cure
Tue, 15 Jul 14 11:39:05 -0500

07/14/2014: Pam from Shawano, Wi: "Is there an address I can send pictures, maybe if you see her you'll have a better idea as to what I am talking about."

EC: HI Pam,

You can send photos to staff (at) earthclinic.com and we can post them in your thread.

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  Re: Buying Turmeric
Tue, 15 Jul 14 09:31:11 -0500

07/15/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "Hey Janice!

I'm not an expert on turmeric, so others with more experience using it may have a better answer.

I use the turmeric from the spice aisle at the grocery store. I have found some stores carry it in bulk for very good prices, so check out whole foods co-ops and ethnic markets for good prices on bulk."

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  Re: Pumpkin for Dog Gastroenteritis
Tue, 15 Jul 14 09:25:06 -0500

07/15/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "Hey Karen!

I'm sorry to hear that Burly isn't bouncing back :(

The drug prescribed - Apometronidazole/Flagyl - sounds right on; the lack of recovery does not. Flagyl *can* in some cases take a week /10 days to work and for those stubborn cases it means stuffing the pill down a reluctant dog's throat.

An xray or ultrasound might provide some answers and show if an organ is enlarged or if there is an abnormal mass or malignancy. If further vet work is out of the question, you might try giving her Essiac tea [cancer fighting], and liquid or paste nutritional supplements ie 'Nutrical'.

Sending healing prayers for a recovery for Burly!"

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  Re: Can Puppy Swim in Lake While Getting Ted's Mange Treatment?
Tue, 15 Jul 14 09:10:11 -0500

07/15/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "Hey Machel!

From what you shared it appears your dogs have sarcoptic mange. The life cycle of the mite is 4 weeks; you might want to dip twice a week for the first 4 weeks just to be sure to catch any newly hatched mites and continue dipping once per week for another month or so after.

I see no problem taking them to the lake- sun and exercise are healing, but for sure bathe and dip them afterwards - to clean off any allergens, and to prevent another outbreak /catching it again."

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  Re: Buying Turmeric
Tue, 15 Jul 14 07:45:05 -0500

07/15/2014: Janice from Epsom, NH: "Where can you buy turmeric?"

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