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  MMS and Activated Charcoal Dosage for Parvo in Toy Poodle

7 months ago
Posted by Kelly (Crossville, TN) on 11/09/2023

I have a 1.8 lb toy poodle with parvo. We just bought her from a breeder and she started symptoms 5 days later so she had it already. My question is how much mms would I put in a syringe with pedialite to give her? I am using AC, grapefruit seed extract and got the meds from the vet for home treatment. From what I've read about mms it seems like it might be the better option. Just not sure on dosage.

Advice Please for Digestion Problems in Rescue Cat

7 months ago
Posted by Shaz (UK) on 11/09/2023

Over 2 years ago I adopted a cat ( her name is Pearl) from the local rescue centre. Anyway to cut a long story short, from day one Pearl has turned her nose up at every bit of food I have given her after initially eating it for a week or so, which have ranged from normal supermarket cat food (both in gravy and jelly) luxury range cat food and pates. Now and again she will eat the mouse type version but them ends up vomiting. She is surviving on the same brand of dried food, and cat soup sachets. I have tried fresh tuna, tuna from a tin, fresh chicken, left over food from the family...literally everything. She does like licking the butter from my toast if I leave it unattended too long. I believe she has digestive problems (she is even vomiting as I write, although its never much.) Notably she has never lost any weight and remains a good size. I am at a loss as to what to do with her. She will be nearly 7 soon as she was about 4 when I got her from the rescue centre. I worm her regularly and give her a paste to clear any hairballs. She is a domestic shorthair. Anyway I cannot afford a consultation with a vet let alone any fees that will accumulate as a result and was wondering if anyone can help with a suggestion on what to give her that may help? Any suggestions will be very much appreciated. Thanks

 Re: Just Adopted Feral Cat Has Bad Gas and Belching - Please Help

7 months ago
Posted by Katzie (Cancun, Mexico) on 11/09/2023

Please consider adding 1 tsp per day of Diamotaceous Earth. It's basically fossil flour. It will really help her. Its is also how I keep my 2 street rescues healthy, with 1 tsp per day of D.E. mixed into their wet food. Works like a charm! Best of luck with your very-lucky-furbaby!

 Re: Severe Allergies in 10 Year Old Boxer - Seeking Remedies

7 months ago
Posted by Katzie (Cancun, Mexico ) on 11/09/2023

Frankincense is reportedly a "tumor remover"; you could look into that. DMSO would also be good. Blessings to you both.

 Re: Cat With Autoimmune Deficiency - Please Help

7 months ago
Posted by Katzie (Cancun, Mexico) on 11/09/2023

She likely has a parasite, either from mama or its environment.

Luckily, Diatomaceous Earth is literally dirt-cheap. It is a fossil flour. 1 tsp/day on her food and you will notice an improvement pretty darn quickly. Best of luck to both of you!

Colloidal Silver 20ppm for Canine Hot Spots

8 months ago
Posted by John (USA) on 11/05/2023

Colloidal Silver 20ppm for Canine Hot Spots

For our pup's hot spots I put some Colloidal Silver (20ppm) in a spray bottle, and sprayed it on the sore. My poor husky did not like it at first, but she settled down right afterwards. I noticed it scabbed over the very next day!

The first time she had a hot spot, we took her promptly to the vet. They treated her and had her on some meds for a while. Hundreds of dollars later, it seemed to go away...until the next season change, and then all over again. This last time is when I used the one time spray of CS. I can not say the CS cured her, but I would not hesitate to do it again. I guess we will see when the weather warms back up again.

I was thinking that the hot spots could have potentially been caused by bug bites/poison. The pups love to lay under our back deck for the shade, so I got under there and cleaned/brushed the rafters. Raked it all out, and put down some outdoor rug pieces to cover ground. They still seem to want to lay in the few uncovered parts though ;)

I also wondered if it could be from ingesting sugars. You see, I used to let her "clean up" my yogurt cups before discarding. I now see that could be a source of sugar, so only canine-specific treats from here on. We are paying more attention to listed ingredients now. She gets about 2 tsp of coconut oil, and glucosamine chews daily.

I have noticed she is starting to get a little rotund around the mid section. I am wondering if a regiment of DE/(some others) could be beneficial for jump starting her metabolism to start burning some of the excess?

  Re: Multiple Remedies Helped Dog With Severe Side Effects After Rabies Vaccine

8 months ago
Posted by Kathleen Phalen (North Carolina) on 11/03/2023

Dear Carolyn + James,

I had a very tragic experience after a 5 in 1 vaccine including rabies, was given to my girl without my consent. Within days she got poly arthritis syndrome and has not been the same since. I have been doing one supplement or other + detox + ozone treatments since to try and get her feeling better.

I am a voracious researcher and I can become rather obsessive especially when it comes to my family members. You are not wrong! The rabies vaccine is absolutely the cause of hundreds of "illnesses or disorders" in our babies. A great website to read the research that is intentionally hidden from us is

Good call refusing any more veterinary meds for your dogs. Especially from Zoetis. They are owned by Pfizer whose post marketing side effects from the covid shots are pages and pages long. They are coincidentally the makers of that 5 in 1 vaccine the vets office gave my girl. Its time we all refuse they poisons and refuse to go to any vets other than a homeopath. There are vets saying they need yearly boosters. This goes against the recommendations of their board which only recommends every 3 years.

Giving my babies life threatening poisons that destroy their immune systems on purpose is not going to happen yearly, every 3 years or ever. I have a younger dog who got her puppy shots prior to me adopting her and that is all she will ever get. The conventional veterinary system has screwed my family over for the last time.

I am so sorry you guys went through this but as I was reading your story I kept thinking, this is one bad-a** woman helping her beloved dog like this. Your story is truly remarkable and as you know millions of dogs are not as lucky as James is to have you :)

  Re: Bladder Stones in Cats

8 months ago
Posted by Gary (Kitchener On) on 11/02/2023

Hi Josephine E

I had kidney stones and after 2 weeks of taking Chanca Piedra they were gone. 1 morning and 1 at night. Now for your cat I would split 1 pill for morning and night.

kidney stones home remedy Chanca Piedra

God Bless


  Re: Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome

8 months ago
Posted by CAROLE (MA) on 11/02/2023

GMOs in the food I suspect could be the cause, and/or chemicals. The once a month this happens, is it a different food? read up on which foods are GMOs. Just a thought

  Re: ACV for Bladder Stones in Cats

8 months ago
Posted by Josephine E. (Stockport ) on 11/02/2023

Vets are definitely ripping people off in USA. My cat just had a catheter to drain him because be couldn't pee and vet phoned me 90minutes later to pick him back up. When I asked what was the cause be said my cat had a plug that gad come out when he drained him. Since tests showed he has strutvite crystals and vet text me a link to 2 different goods. But they're all biscuits and I don't like tge idea since it is since eating biscuits this has happened. I've got some apple cider vinegar in as I had my daughter pick it up in a panic waiting fir vets open. But yh he said I can either go home see what happens but there us a risk of health conditions if he's not peed in 24hours or he could do the catheter but it would be cost I adked how much and he said £250 so I said that's fine do it.. then when I wrnt to receptionist she told ne £300 luckily I had tge extra £50 that just came out of thin air. I said to my friend when I got home that better include price of any meds. Luckily when I went bk he did give us 2 different medications and didn't charge. I've had stuff arrive off amazon. Been giving cat his meds. But I'm towing and throwing over what to buy the cat wet or the dry unitary biscuits he linked too. I feel like I should to clear him now and hope I can just continue with ACV in wet good from now on as otherwise its 2 expensive the food. Every few months woukd work out the same as the catheter drain.. so glad I wasn't told thousands though like the USA.. and glad within 90minutes being home he text to pick him up. Was distraught without him. He definitely improved. Gonna carry on ACV and see how he goes. Glad to see so many success stories

  Re: Castor Oil for Tumors in Dog

8 months ago
Posted by Gary (Kitchener On) on 11/01/2023

Hi Rebecca

I found that the best tumor remover is Frankincense Oil. Many people have cured themselves of lumps, tumors and even hemorrhoids. You can take internal or rub the area. When I used it I used 2-3 drops twice a day. The brand I used is NoW.

It works

God Bless


  Re: Remedies for Cat With Severe Pancreatitis

8 months ago
Posted by Daun (St Louis MO) on 11/01/2023

Hello, My cat is 16 and I was just told yesterday he has pancreatitis and he is very sick, I stopped giving vaccines about 5 years ago. He has always struggled with periodic vomiting and constipation, and sometimes urinary infections.

For Constipation the vet gave him lactulose (different names on different bottles), for constipation, it caused his stool to smell HORRIBLE and he did not always eat it. I started him on both a dry food by Orgin and he did better on that, and then added canned food that said GRAVY on it, I mixed everything in that and it helped. 3 years ago his hair started falling out and he lost a lot of weight. The vet told me he had Liver and Kidney Disease and he would not live much longer.

I took him off all medicines immediately. I had been learning about Homeopathic options for humans and decided to put 2 pinches of Borax in his 2 liter water bottle. All his hair grew back, and he filled out again, started playing with the dogs (he never did that before)! I do not keep the Borax water going all the time just every few months ( it Alkalizes the water in his body, my understanding is fungus, bacteria and cancer cannot grow in it.) But he needs to regulate himself also, so I do not keep him on that full time. -just my opinion).

I then did research through Dr Becker (online homeopathic vet) on Constipation so also gave him 1-3 drops of Triple Strength Liquid L-Carnitine and 1-2 drops of liquid B vitamins in his canned Gravy food every day, (he does not eat the bits in the canned food but eats the Gravy, added distilled water and L-carntine and b vitamins. He started having a regular bowel movement every day and has fully recovered until this pancreatitis which I'm sure now, the issue is his food! So we are going to try raw and some other vitamins I say in the information on this page above. I also wanted to mention that the product by Dr King's Natural Pet's Urinary Tract Irritations, resolved his Urinary infections, If his urine is getting a little concentrated or dark I add a few drops for several days in his gravy mix bowl and everything clears up! I hope and Pray this helps someone! I have told several vets my story and they all think I am crazy!! But these things worked and he is alive today 3 years later because of them! Now we just have to start Raw and hopefully get rid of this pancreatitis!! Please tell everyone you know so they can save/heal their pets also and we should consider changing our diets as well! Peace and Love to All!!

  Castor Oil for Tumors in Dog

8 months ago
Posted by Rebecca (CA-ON) on 10/31/2023

my 9 year old Saint Bernard has 2 tumors above his tail, close to the anus. All the treatments from vet has not worked and they are pushing for surgery. I don't want to go that route unless absolutely necessary. I clean it daily and started Castor oil today . I'm praying this oil will reduce the growth

Turpentine for Itchy Skin, Weakened Immune System in Dog

8 months ago
Posted by blueyedmule (Oregon) on 10/30/2023

Turpentine for Dogs N Puppies

Only use pure pine gum spirits of turpentine. Turpentine bought from an art supply store *may* be this kind, used for cleaning brushes and thinning oil-based paints. Read the fine print. When in doubt, don't use that source.

We used it with our adult Ridgeback, simply adding it to her food and she never did mind, though sometimes she'd put in a good nap afterwards, one drop for every ten pounds body weight. We have a puppy who's having itchy problems right now, he's about 30 pounds. We are putting three drops externally on him (no red/raw/broken skin--that would be painful). It seems to be helping, we are also working with his food, changing his kibble up to a single source protein and adding a little fish oil--not too much or your puppy will have soft stool. We are working from the hypothesis that the shots he has received has weakened his immune system, allowing whatever--fleas, food, etc--to be an irritant.

The puppy is a work in progress.

  Re: Catching Scabies From a Dog With Mange

8 months ago
Posted by Vee (Nj) on 10/28/2023

Sarcoptic mange is highly contagious to pets and People, it is also extremely hard to cure and control. The borax formula is the best solution, but you have do it exactly as it says and don't stop early because they WILL come right back. I would also suggest ivermectin in addition. Most vets refuse to acknowledge this condition because it is almost impossible to diagnose, trust me I've been through this. If anyone thinks it's not contagious you need to research it completely! Demodectic mange is the one that is not contagious, there is a big difference between the two.

 Just Adopted Feral Cat Has Bad Gas and Belching - Please Help

8 months ago
Posted by Mama to Many (TN) on 10/28/2023

Hi Mary!

1/8 teaspoon activated charcoal powder once or twice a day should help! It can be mixed in wet food.
The probiotic is a good idea.

Kitty may benefit from a dewormer as well.

~Mama to Many~

Just Adopted Feral Cat Has Bad Gas and Belching - Please Help

8 months ago
Posted by Mary Martinez (Arcadia, CA) on 10/27/2023

Hello Dear Eathclinic,

I just became owner of a 1 year old feral cat. She has bad gas and belching. I started to give her acidophilus low dose. Does anyone have any remedies to help her?

  Cushing's Disease from Pituitary Adenoma

8 months ago
Posted by Tallone781 (St. Petersburg Florida) on 10/26/2023

Does anyone have any natural treatments for Cushing's disease from a pituitary adenoma?

  Re: Castor Oil for Cataracts in Dogs

8 months ago
Posted by Noelle (Elkhorn, NE, USA) on 10/24/2023

My 8yr old standard dachshund has recently been diagnosed as diabetic. The internal medicine vet said, “He will get cataracts from the diabetes. It's not a matter of ‘if', it's a matter of ‘when' “ I am anxious to try castor oil as a preventative! Just a thought about people who might be struggling with eye-droppers. I think a bit of castor oil on a cotton ball and rubbed across their eye will easily do the trick.

  Re: Upper Respiratory Infection in Cat

8 months ago
Posted by Pam E. (SouthWestern California) on 10/24/2023

I hope you found a way to help your cat already! IDK whether L-lysine can help with a UTII or not, but this article shares several types of L-lysine for cats, & one of them is powder:

L-lysine for Cats: Overview, Dosage & Side Effects