Recent Pet Posts

Ginger and Turmeric for Prevention of Leptospirosis

Fri, 16 Oct 20 14:10:21 -0700
Posted by Tawanna H. (USA) on 10/16/2020
5 out of 5 stars

l lost my fur baby to Leptospirosis.There are many strains of Leptospira bacteria that can cause disease. lt can be spread from animals to people. Infection in people can cause flu-like symptoms and can cause liver or kidney disease.

Antibiotics can reverse the illness if caught in time.

I put turmeric essential oil and frankincense oil on my fur babies every day now two or 3 times a day even though they don't go out and as a precaution.

  Re: Manuka Honey, Vitamin C for Pyometra

Tue, 13 Oct 20 16:13:15 -0700
Posted by Tawanna (New Jersey) on 10/13/2020

Active manuka honey 12+ or higher is an alternative antibiotic and so is grapefruit seed extract, ginger, turmeric etc...

  Alternative for Leptospirosis Prevention

Tue, 13 Oct 20 10:29:30 -0700
Posted by Tawanna (New Jersey) on 10/13/2020

Ginger and turmeric.

  Colloidal Silver Safe for Cats?

Tue, 13 Oct 20 06:19:53 -0700
Posted by Linda (Ok) on 10/13/2020

Can I use colloidal silver on cats? One has a skin rash between eye and ear...reddish and itches her..if not any other suggestions..this really bothers her and I can't seem to clear it up..

Always A Get Second Opinion When Dog In Serious Pain

Mon, 12 Oct 20 14:49:54 -0700
Posted by Connie (Jametown, Nd) on 10/12/2020
5 out of 5 stars

Acer (7 yr lab) sweetest kindest loving companion, started needing help in car, so I took him to are vet, did xrays stated saw nothing on hips or legs, asked if I could view them, she said nope, I shared with her I help Casper (10 yr cocker) in car, get this, she said, he sees ya helpin Casper, so he wants same treatment. No he is independent, I knew she was wrong. 3 weeks no better, he was in pain cryin. I took him back I wanted another xray, no just give him some muscle relaxers.

You guys he was cryin through nite, called back she couldnt see him for 2 weeks. I called another vet that day took him in, they showed me his x-ray, advised me he was in so much pain, his back end and leg was full cancer, the guilty I had for letting him suffer so much pain for so long, trusting are vet. Never ever do that again, I heal them. If I only would have taken him somewhere else.

  Re: Ozone Blood Replacement Therapy Healed Dog

Mon, 12 Oct 20 05:46:25 -0700
Posted by Cristiana (London ) on 10/12/2020

I'm in London also and fighting leukaemia in my daughter cat. Where can I get this therapy for her? Much appreciated

  Re: Pet Cancer Remedies

Mon, 12 Oct 20 05:42:31 -0700
Posted by Cristiana (London) on 10/12/2020

Hi. I'm also in London and have been fighting with my cat for leukaemia. I read about black salve, could you pls tell me more about when I can buy it and dosage? Really appreciate

  Re: No Grain Diet For Dogs With Skin Issues

Mon, 12 Oct 20 05:39:20 -0700
Posted by Lourai (Phoenix, Az) on 10/11/2020

We have our dogs on limited ingredient diet, no grains. It's not at a grocery store, you have to go to the pet store to get it. Starts with a C. The dry food we use is pricier than some, but my little Maltese/Shihtzu mix's fur is shiny and she has energy like a puppy. I also add a meat topping with no sodium because she is so picky. She's 10 1/2. She still has allergy flare ups, but seasonal, not food related.

  Re: Clay for Cats

Mon, 12 Oct 20 05:39:07 -0700
Posted by Frances (Cabarlah, Qld., Australia) on 10/11/2020

Why do you say clay is evil? I use a locally produced bentonite clay.

Apple Cider Vinegar for Kitten's Conjunctivitis

Sat, 10 Oct 20 15:41:55 -0700
Posted by Theresa (Fl) on 10/10/2020
5 out of 5 stars

I just had to report my results using Apple Cider Vinegar for my new kitten's conjunctivitis. I did the half water-half vinegar solution (50/50) and tho it made no sense to me I did soak a cotton ball and applied it to Onyxs' shoulder blades (this being after my third application @ 2x/day) and I also mixed up a solution of 1cp water/1tsp of the vinegar and wiped his eyes out three times a day with it.

I am floored by the results so far!! It's only now the second day and it was posted by others that results would be noticed on the second day and I can 100% say with no doubts that the treatment is actually working!!

When I got him his eyes had a lot of pus in both eyes. The eyelids were both crusty and partially sealed by the discharge so I think it's fair to say his infection was moderate heading towards severe. This morning his eyes were both open all the way, a very tiny amount of pus, mostly his eyes were watery. He was so happy to actually see his toy that he played and played for a good hour before passing back out again.

I now have a very hyper kitty. He does have worms also but once I finish taking care of that issue I can't imagine how much energy he will have when his poor tummy feels better especially if he's displayed this much energy just fixing his eyes. It was literally the best $4 I ever spent on any kind of product. And to think putting vinegar on the shoulder blades in the back AWAY from their eyes actually works!! AND it sure beats going to the vet paying for just being there and then the cost of some kind of medicine and my baby is very young, too young to have been taken from his mother however the mothers owner is far from a responsible pet owner and was literally throwing the entire litter outside in the woods next to her house. If I could have taken them all I would have and I've thought about them ever since. I know I'm going to try everything I can to help the one I did save. I don't know about the worms, if the vinegar would kill those but that's my next mission. If not it's off to the vet with him.

Thanks for the advice, this site is fantastic!! I spend many hours here going thru all the remedies and ailments. Keep up the great work!!

My Solution for Urinary Incontinence in Dogs

Fri, 09 Oct 20 15:49:50 -0700
Posted by Victoria (Mesa, Az) on 10/09/2020
5 out of 5 stars

My 8 pound female yorkie (puppy mill rescue) started suffering from urinary incontinence. Since the Covid spread I haven't been able to take her to a vet. But I searched online, specifically Dr Karen Becker' s website. She recommended Standard Process Symplex-F, a natural estrogen booster. I mix one small tablet with her food, once a day.

Within a week it started to work! I had purchased diapers for her to use and haven't had to use one of them. You can get it thru your vet, but since I couldn't see a vet I found online a company called Holistic Health International and they shipped and it isn't expensive. They also have a blend for male dogs too. Hope this helps.

Immune Boosting Remedies Needed for Rescue Cat with Mites

Wed, 07 Oct 20 09:26:02 -0700
Posted by Gertjr (Madison) on 10/07/2020

Immune Boosting Remedies for Cat with Scabies/Mites

I'm thinking this rescue cat of mine has scabies/mange, even tho the vet didn't seem to think so. She scratches spots raw and has little scabbies. I started doing the ACV last night and today will start the borax treatment. But how do I boost her immune system? How do I reduce her anxiety? I got Feliway that is supposed to calm them, but it's pricy for me. And now I'll have to treat the other cat, too. I use Frontline on the original cat and gave a dose of Bravecto to the rescue cat (we have huge flea and tick issue in our area), do you know if these will kill the mange/scabie mites?

  Rescue Cat with Scratching and Dandruff Issues - Update

Mon, 05 Oct 20 18:02:13 -0700
Posted by Gertjr (Madison ) on 10/05/2020

Well, Miss Kitty, now known as Heidi, is doing very well. The only issue she has still other than her weight is that she's pulling out her hair. No more scratching, but she'll pluck hair. I put coconut oil on the spots, which soothes them, but I think this is just an anxiety thing. I ordered her the Feliway(?) pheromone that is supposed to calm cats down, it'll be here Wed. Today I left the door open and she went outside for a bit, stayed on the porch but seemed to enjoy all the smells. I'm gone all day and don't know how to keep her active while I"m away. She has the other cat for company, but I don't know that they do much. I plan to put only a little kibble in the bowl tomorrow. If they finish it all then they wait until I get home for more. I've been putting 1/2 cup am and pm, but I'll reduce it just a little.

Brewer's Yeast for Fleas

Sun, 04 Oct 20 06:18:42 -0700
Posted by Helen (Melbourne, Florida) on 10/04/2020
0 out of 5 stars

Be careful with Brewers Yeast for Fleas. I started giving it to my two dogs a few years ago and after a couple of weeks, both dogs were scratching like mad. I thought they had fleas but couldn't see any. I Googled Brewers Yeast and found that many dogs have a bad reaction to it.

  Re: Ringworm on Dog

Sat, 03 Oct 20 10:00:54 -0700
Posted by Heidi (Ga) on 10/02/2020

I'm sorry that I forgot to mention that Gold Bond Medicated powder or either the one in the blue box at the Dollar General Stores. It is found with the foot powders.

  Re: Turmeric Helping Eye Issues in Dog

Wed, 30 Sep 20 16:19:28 -0700
Posted by Kay Lee (San Diego, Ca) on 09/30/2020

That's amazing. What brand turmeric are you using? Thank you!

  Rescue Cat with Scratching and Dandruff Issues - Update

Wed, 30 Sep 20 06:17:17 -0700
Posted by Gertjr (Madison) on 09/30/2020

Ok, I treated her with the capsaicin pill for fleas. She had a ton of them! so, fleas are now gone, she had a great grooming session. She's still losing clumps of hair, but I expect that's from the previous damage and itching. I will never use diatomaceious earth again! It's dust is so damaging to lungs and it really does nothing for bugs. I used it years ago for chickens and all I got for my trouble was more bugs. It may work to prevent infestation, but not at all for a bad one. She's getting coconut oil daily, just a spoonful in a dish and she's eating it. I also give her goat milk kefir, I can't get raw milk where I am so this is the best I can do. She is doing very well. Now we just have to get her to be friends with the other cat, but that will take time.

  Rescue Cat with Scratching and Dandruff Issues

Tue, 29 Sep 20 06:02:14 -0700
Posted by Brenda (Ec's Facebook Page) on 09/29/2020

Being overweight can be a health issue. This cat needs a good steady diet lots of activity to help it loose weight before diabetes sets in. coconut oil.. rub on her skin will stop the itch. but treat her for the fleas and prevent further damage this cat just needs your tlc. you dont want your cats to get lyme sickness treat for ticks and fleas.

  Rescue Cat with Scratching and Dandruff

Tue, 29 Sep 20 06:01:35 -0700
Posted by Carol H. (Ec's Facebook Page) on 09/29/2020

Neem oil mixed with a little coconut oil put on back of neck and down spine.

  Help for Rescue Cat with Scratching and Dandruff Issues

Tue, 29 Sep 20 06:00:14 -0700
Posted by Jane B. (Ec's Facebook Page) on 09/29/2020

if you can get her some bio preparation f2+ that would be the best nutritional supplement for her.