Recent Pet Posts

  DMSO + Colloidal Silver

Wed, 19 Feb 20 21:15:34 -0800
Posted by Melinda (Seattle) on 02/19/2020

Hi Peter, the silver was Source Naturals. I used a medicine dropper, then smoothed it gently with my finger to make sure it was covered. I suggest you try it on a small lump and see if you like the outcome, then take it from there. Please post and let us know.

  DMSO + Colloidal Silver

Wed, 19 Feb 20 19:27:35 -0800
Posted by Peter (Chicago) on 02/19/2020

Hi Melinda, I have few lumpy fatty tissues on my thigh, would like to try the 50/50 DMSO and collodial silver . Can you give me exact detail how to do it ? What brand Silver to use ? Thanks

  DMSO + Colloidal Silver

Wed, 19 Feb 20 19:27:35 -0800
Posted by Peter (Chicago) on 02/19/2020

Hi Melinda, I have few lumpy fatty tissues on my thigh, would like to try the 50/50 DMSO and collodial silver . Can you give me exact detail how to do it ? What brand Silver to use ? Thanks

DMSO + Colloidal Silver

Wed, 19 Feb 20 11:55:38 -0800
Posted by Melinda (Seattle) on 02/19/2020
5 out of 5 stars

I discovered a lump about the size of a walnut shell on the lower front part of my Wheaten Terrier Bonnie's hind leg. I thought it was cancer and my vet agreed. We scheduled a surgery date. The vet showed me how it was easy to move the lump from side to side and said that indicated it hadn't metastasized. That night I applied 50/50 DMSO and colloidal silver to the lump. The next morning it had shrunk and no longer looked inflamed. I called the vet and she said keep it up. I continued to apply this mix morning and evening for a few weeks and it continued to shrink into a smaller hard lump under the skin. I cancelled the surgery. When it got about the size of a marble it wasn't shrinking anymore, so I stopped the application. That was over two years ago, and the shriveled up lump is now about the size of a pea. A vet who recently saw Bonnie for another matter noticed the lump and she said she wouldn't worry about it. I honestly think we beat cancer. Bonnie also had a harmless fatty tumor (diagnosed by two vets) near her shoulder for years. When I applied the same mix to it, overnight it also shrunk up into a small condensed lump.

DMSO + Colloidal Silver

Wed, 19 Feb 20 11:55:38 -0800
Posted by Melinda (Seattle) on 02/19/2020
5 out of 5 stars

I discovered a lump about the size of a walnut shell on the lower front part of my Wheaten Terrier Bonnie's hind leg. I thought it was cancer and my vet agreed. We scheduled a surgery date. The vet showed me how it was easy to move the lump from side to side and said that indicated it hadn't metastasized. That night I applied 50/50 DMSO and colloidal silver to the lump. The next morning it had shrunk and no longer looked inflamed. I called the vet and she said keep it up. I continued to apply this mix morning and evening for a few weeks and it continued to shrink into a smaller hard lump under the skin. I cancelled the surgery. When it got about the size of a marble it wasn't shrinking anymore, so I stopped the application. That was over two years ago, and the shriveled up lump is now about the size of a pea. A vet who recently saw Bonnie for another matter noticed the lump and she said she wouldn't worry about it. I honestly think we beat cancer. Bonnie also had a harmless fatty tumor (diagnosed by two vets) near her shoulder for years. When I applied the same mix to it, overnight it also shrunk up into a small condensed lump.

Coconut Oil for Cystitis

Fri, 14 Feb 20 01:47:34 -0800
Posted by Anon (USA) on 02/14/2020
5 out of 5 stars

Organic virgin coconut oil helps cystitis. My cat loves it. Other brands that don't have the copra smell he can't stand. He also likes the refined unscented coconut oil. A LOT. It is very stimulating to his digestion, however, be warned.

  Supplements

Wed, 12 Feb 20 12:27:09 -0800
Posted by Anonymous (U.S.) on 02/12/2020

Does anyone know if there is something comparable to it in the U.S.? I couldn't find it.

Supplements for Yeast Infections

Sun, 09 Feb 20 04:18:35 -0800
Posted by Julie A. (Australia) on 02/09/2020
5 out of 5 stars

There is a product called Immune-rite. They are available on line, and are a specific chinese mushroom combination along with a couple of other things. They MODULATE the immune system, and therefore are good for an underactive OR overactive immune system, such as allergies.

This is what I used when my pointer had an ongoing reaction after a vacc. which my normal means failed to address. He had been always on a very clean and natural diet with supplements etc. for general health. But nothing helped until I discovered these caps. Used the half adult dosage capsuled opened onto the meal, and mixed into a teas. butter in the morning into his mouth as a ‘TREAT”. After about 3-4 days I did the adult dose, split into 2 as before. The caps. MUST be opened as they cannot digest the celulose very well. After about 2-3 weeks the allergy dissapeared and never came back. Read up on this product, it is so good, and no sideffects only health giving in many ways, not just allergies,

Also Never do combo, vaccines, and also no flea tick etc. meds at the same time. Deadly stuff.

  Mega Colon Remedies

Mon, 27 Jan 20 01:23:08 -0800
Posted by Soazburrolady (Southern AZ) on 01/27/2020

Hi Joyce, I had a kitty with mega colon. Although his vet termed it ideopathic, I believe it was due to spinal problems he had when we got him as a kitten. As he aged, he began experiencing occasional severe constipation, which became chronic. We had to do enemas for him at home, and sometimes take him in for more extensive procedures. Poor baby. Initially we tried pumpkin, then lactulose, and finally Cisipride. Though I prefer natural therapies for myself and my animals, the Cisipride finally made his life comfortable. It causes peristalsis in the colon and allows them to have a bowel movement. This drug was taken off the market for humans years ago due to it having some serious side effects. As I recall, the vets were somewhat reluctant to prescribe enough for our kitty's needs, and I was able to find it online from overseas. I do believe it made the last years of his life much more comfortable. All the best. PS If you do an enema at home (takes 2 people and is not at all easy), NEVER use a prepared enema solution, such as Fleet brand on a cat. It is deadly! We used warm water with a tiny bit of soap.

  Mega Colon Remedies

Sun, 26 Jan 20 21:17:30 -0800
Posted by Charity (Faithville, Us) on 01/26/2020

I don't have a cat but I read A LOT. Dr. Batmanghelidj wrote about pets using specific salt ratio in water and its in earth clinic somewhere but I can't find the ratio....a book in my pile has it somewhere. Anyway he used it to treat many pet diseases. Sea salt with minerals in it. So many amazing testimonials from people who used it. Salt works like an antihistamine because histamine is caused by a mineral salt/water imbalance. salt holds water in place and water helps our intestines move the food through to the exit port. Need the right ratio to do this.

Natural Remedies for Mega Colon in Cats

Sun, 26 Jan 20 16:38:22 -0800
Posted by Joyce (Jacksonville, Florida) on 01/26/2020

Anyone have any ideas on what to give a middle age cat with something called mega colon? I have spent thousands at the vet but nothing seems to help her. She has a hard time going to the bathroom and when she does it seems to hurt and is bloody sometimes. Hard as a rock mostly but sometimes very soft. The only thing we do is put Metamucil in her food. Any other ideas?

  Lantus

Sun, 12 Jan 20 19:20:21 -0800
Posted by Kimberly (Ohio) on 01/12/2020

Just so you and everyone else reading this knows, you can get insulin at Walmart for $24.88 per 100 IU bottle!!! NO PRESCRIPTION NEEDED. Novolin R and Novolin N both are available there at this price. No script needed for needles either! Just walk right up to the counter at the pharmacy......the pay/pickup line, NOT the order line! You just go up and ask them for which one(s) you want, and they grab it from the fridge and hand it to you, and you pay there. Easy, cheap, and so many, even many vets and doctors do not know this is available so cheaply. Only Walmart has the contract with Novolin for these prices! My dad and brother both had/have diabetes II for 20 years. They were paying so much for Lantus $300 after insurance!!! When I found this out, I searched and searched and found this out, and they have taken Novolin R and N ever since. (Well, dad passed away, but brother still takes it)

Booster Shot Side Effects

Thu, 09 Jan 20 15:51:13 -0800
Posted by Patricia (Texas) on 01/09/2020
0 out of 5 stars

I have a Chihuahua he is 2 years old he had his D.H.I.P Booster and Parvo/Corona on 1/8/2020 and his back right leg is real sore he can't jump, he want eat and he is throwing up but he still wants to ride in the car and be hug on.

Side Effects

Thu, 09 Jan 20 15:51:13 -0800
Posted by Patricia (Texas) on 01/09/2020
0 out of 5 stars

I have a Chihuahua he is 2 years old he had his D.H.I.P Booster and Parvo/Corona on 1/8/2020 and his back right leg is real sore he can't jump, he want eat and he is throwing up but he still wants to ride in the car and be hug on.

  Bladder Stones

Tue, 24 Dec 19 22:41:11 -0800
Posted by Maureen (Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada) on 12/25/2019

I use D Mannose for my UI cat. It is made with cranberries and latches onto the bacteria in the bladder and flushes it out. It does not change the acidity in the urine like the vinegar does. I would be leery of using your suggestion for the massaging f the bladder because if a crystal is stuck you could hurt the bladder. My male cat from a few years ago had crystals and had to have the surgery because of the stuck crystals in his penis caused scarring and he could not pee.

  Fractures

Thu, 19 Dec 19 19:34:40 -0800
Posted by GertJr (Madison) on 12/19/2019

You may want to post your question on the site backyardchickens.com . They have a forum about injuries and disease and lots of folks will respond. Be sure to detail what happened to cause the injury, what you've done so far and what is going on at present. Like, baby chicken you can say 4 week old chick, more detail is better. Good luck. I had a hawk get one of my 5 week olds and then she was blind, so they can heal.

  DMSO

Thu, 19 Dec 19 00:39:24 -0800
Posted by RSW (OH) on 12/19/2019

Susan,

Maybe try the Panacur C fenbendazole for cancer. My cat has had two swollen red areas on her ear for ten months. When we took her to the vet last February, she took some samples and looked at them under her microscope and said they did not appear to be cancer, (the samples were not sent to a lab) but they will not heal. I have been giving her the fenbendazole for about four weeks now, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, then four days off as Joe Tippens recommends for humans, about 1/5 of a one gram packet. I mix it with her food. (Joe took 1 gram at 115 lbs. when he had cancer everywhere in his body, and continues with that today for maintenance, so I think 1/5 gram would be OK for my 15 lb. cat). They have become a dark color and almost seem to be going away, but come back again. Joe's site says it takes about ten weeks to work, and then continue for maintenance, in humans, so I will continue with this. I think this is the best choice, with at least 40 humans reporting their various cancers have disappeared. It can't hurt your pet, in any cast, because the recommended amount to worm a ten pound animal is 1 full gram for three days in a row. His liver and kidneys must be OK to clear it.

Best wishes.

Fractures

Wed, 18 Dec 19 19:18:34 -0800
Posted by Stacey (Adelaide) on 12/18/2019

We have had a Christmas event and during transition from one area to another a baby chicken has been damaged accidently by large child foot. She is feed super meal worms and water although I believe the injury could be an orbital fracture as it is still quite swollen although she is opening her eye today (day two). Today we are going to try a saline solution and I was told to give her some pineapple and boron (I have no clue as to what this is) to help with the infection. We do not want to give up on our pet and the last time we took our chicken to the vet it cost way to much for what they did. We believe we can heel her at home. Can someone please advice us as to what they would do please, even if it is to take her to the vet. Please advice

Cortisone Shot Side Effects

Wed, 18 Dec 19 19:05:21 -0800
Posted by kate (liverpool) on 12/18/2019

My 9-month-old puppy was given a steroid injection after he reacted to a dog shampoo that burnt his skin and caused inflammation. It has been two days since the injection and he is drooling, lethargic and drooling a lot more. Has helped greatly with the inflammation and skin sensitivity which is great, however, I am concerned about him as he is normally a lot more energetic. The emergency vets have said they will look at him but don't seem too concerned.

DMSO

Tue, 17 Dec 19 00:38:02 -0800
Posted by Susan (United States) on 12/17/2019

I just found out my dog, Jesse, a pug/manchester terrier mix, most likely has a brain tumor after two seizures 8 days apart....he has never had any before and he is 14. Pugs are very susceptible the vet said and his age. We are doing all the blood work, but she says it still is most likely he has a brain tumor. I have an medical grade ozone machine so I will put it in his ears and rectally every day. I had a girl friend who dissolved her brain tumor mostly taking DMSO and applying it on her head. I need to know other things I can be doing and what the dosage of DMSO should be.. He is on a grassfed/organic mostly meat diet, no grains. Thanks for any help you can give. I love my dog awful!


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