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Dy's Liquid Bandage Safe to Use on Cat's Wound?

Lynn (Maryland) on 07/03/2022

Question: Has anyone used dy's liquid bandage for a cat injury on the back hind legs? My cat got injured and have gone thru laser applications, antibiotic cream, manuka honey applied, she wears a cone so she won't lick it off also. Dy's is typically used for horses, but I wonder if anyone has used on a cat injury?
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Apple Cider Vinegar for Cats

Rose (Hopewell, Virginia ) on 07/03/2022
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You saved my ? kitten's life. He is three months old. He hadn't eated in five days because of a severe respiratory infection. This was AFTER I spent 300.00 at the vet to treat it in the early stages. I put Apple Cider Vinegar on his back paws and inner ear last night at 6pm. I periodically applied it throughout the night and early morning. Just now at 8:42 am he walked over to his dry food dish and ate quite a bit. Thank you for what you do!!!!

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Muscle Mass Remedies Needed

Deirdre (EC) on 06/30/2022

Hi Sam,

Sorry to hear about your dog.

Get a Help 'Em Up Harness. https://helpemup.com/

I have a similar situation with my 16+ year old 55 pound dog and this harness is incredibly helpful and lets me take him out to do his business and exercise him without straining my back. It takes a bit of practice getting it on at first.

I have tried 5 other cheaper harnesses from Amazon in the past year and this one is definitely the best and worth the $.

I am using their new walking loop handles with the harness.

https://helpemup.com/product/walking-loop-handles/

Best of luck!

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Re: Chronic Yeast Infection in Dog

Anna (Los angeles) on 06/30/2022

My dog has been on antibiotics for 3 months already because he was getting hot spots. What the doctor did is gave him antibiotics whenever he got hot spots. I was so mad because antibiotics weren't good for his health and she kept prescribing him antibiotics. I took my dog to the dermatologist and he said he has fungus around his neck and head. He has been prescribed ketoconazole medication for two weeks. He still takes it and it seems to help him. And there is this mouse called Douxo S3 PYO Antiseptic Antifungal Mousse for Dogs. Try this mouse hopefully it will help.

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Muscle Mass Remedies Needed

Sam (Adelaide, Australia ) on 06/30/2022

As anyone has success in building muscle mass in an elderly dog? My dog is really frail and back legs are collapsing as there is no muscle tone.

It all went downhill almost a year ago when he decided to eat a whole heap of gravel and was rushed to the emergency vet. After numerous enemas, tube down throat and multiply xrays he lived but it ruined him inside and out. He went from jumping in my car and going on long walks to can not do either. Legs collapse out from him. Sad to watch.

I have been getting him Bowen therapy and was going to do acupuncture, however that is way too expensive for me.

Any help, please

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Looking for Remedies on Horner's Syndrome in Dogs

Rachel (Waxhaw NC) on 06/28/2022

We suspect our pup has this and would like to hear other stories!



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Ron's Chipped Tooth Remedies for Dogs

Mary (Australia) on 06/28/2022

Hello Ron, my dog has chipped her tooth exposing the pulp causing an abscess. I wish I had found your article earlier as the abscess wasn't going down until I used the fresh garlic. She still has a small lump left but I am now wanting to mix up the paste recipe you provided. When you state "Use equal parts black walnut powder, horsetail powder, liquid coconut/olive/ avocado oil, the bone powder, calcium bentonite clay"; would that be 1 tablespoon of each, plus 1/8 tsp potassium bicarbonate and borax?

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Borax for Ringworm on Dog Worked

Tonka (Tifton GA) on 06/28/2022
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Borax for ringworm on dog! Thank you Lord!

Finally healing and relief!

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Re: Puppy With Issues

Deirdre (CT) on 06/21/2022

Hi Alyssa,

Sounds like your puppy has food allergies. Consider changing his food. You may have to experiment a bit to find a good one and go slowly because he is a puppy, but once you do, those issues will go away quickly.

Raw food, freeze-dried raw or frozen raw food diet is ideal for dogs with allergies, but also very pricey. However, you can add it to the top of kibble as a more cost effective method and it will definitely help. Hope your puppy gets better soon!

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Re: Black Spots on Dog

Alyssa (CA) on 06/21/2022

I have a puppy 7 months old that is having trouble with itching and losing hair. I just need some help figuring out what to do. Can he have Olive leaf extract? And what is a good health wormer and shampoo?

Have a great day
Thank you,
Alyssa

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Re: Need Help With Cat Wound in Hind Leg - Trying Manuka

Deirdre (CT) on 06/17/2022

Hi Lynn,

Sorry to hear about your cat. Hopefully someone with a cat will chime in, but in the meantime, have you read through the posts on our pet wounds page?

https://www.earthclinic.com/pets/wounds.html

Also, check out the remedies for horse wounds from readers for ideas... some will definitely work on cats.

https://www.earthclinic.com/pets/horse_wounds.html

And finally, here is our extensive cat remedies page, which has a lot of posts for various ailments in cats:

https://www.earthclinic.com/pets/cats.html

Hope you find something helpful!

Deirdre / EC

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Need Help With Cat Wound in Hind Leg - Trying Manuka

Lynn (Dunkirk) on 06/17/2022

I have a 2yr old Egyptian mau cat that has developed bedsore like areas on the back hind leg. This area is red and the fur is rubbed off. Various attempts have been tried to "fix" this issue. They have healed some and not as red and swollen with laser surgery at a vets and antibiotic cream. Manuka honey is now being tried which is having some results but not long lasting - a cone is worn always so the cat won't like it and re-open this would/scrape.

Litter has been changed from breeze pellets to natural paper to attempt no abrasion. Any ideas appreciated.

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Blackstrap Molasses Helped Dog with Limp in 2 Days

Tonya (Middletown, Il) on 06/16/2022
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Was doing an unrelated search for blackstrap molasses and ended up finding earth clinic. Saw the cancer post about the dog. Our male dog had his tail removed for a master cell tumor. Has a couple more lumps we are watching. I decided why not try it. My female dog has a limp so I decided a week later to give it to her too. Three weeks before this her limp was diagnosed as arthritis. Painkillers and blood tests every six months.

Wasn't even two days after putting black strap molasses in her food, she was barely limping. Didn't do anything for the lumps in him, but to be able to take her off painkillers!! Amazing!

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Pedialyte or Goat's Milk for Parvo

Brandy (Austin, TX) on 06/15/2022
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Parvo:

Really I found that Pedialyte alone is all I needed. Until one puppy that I was bottle braking got sick then when to straight goats milk. Fresh is best but you can get it at your local supercenter (Walmart).

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Re: Dog With Multiple Tumors - Not Sure Where to Start

Schnauzer's Mom (Los Angeles, CA) on 06/14/2022

Renee, did you try essiac tea? I wouldn't buy at the store, I would buy the authentic one, which can be purchased online. I would contact the makers of black salve - cansema, the real black salve - and ask if giving my dog a tiny bit of black salve internally would help. I gave my dog black salve internally, which was only a rice-size, and the 2 warts he had on his back dissolved.

A woman on the fenben's facebook group for pets mentioned that she used 7% lugol's iodine to heal melanoma on her husband's head. But that is the only report I ever read about it related to cancer.

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Re: Urgent Treatment Needed for Small Dog With Cancer

Terri (Indiana ) on 06/13/2022

Please look up the Joe Tippens blog on his curing his cancer using fenbendazole (dog dewormer). There are also Facebook groups (my cancer story rocks for pets). Benadryl/Tagamet protocol is another. May want to add essiac tea and or b17.

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Re: Sugar Content in ACV

mmsg (somewhere, europe) on 06/13/2022

Karen, did you mean to say that Candida thrives in an ACID environment?

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Honey, Hydrogen Peroxide Drop on Bread Cured Kennel Cough Quickly

SUSAN (Devon) on 06/12/2022
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3 Drops of hydrogen peroxide with 1 teaspoon of manuka honey on a little piece of bread stopped my 15 week old puppy coughing straight away.

He coughed 3 times the previous day just after he barked. I thought he was barking in a way that was bothering his larynx. Then come bed time he had some dreadful sounding honking. rasping, choking coughs.

I brought him to the vets first thing just to be sure he was ok. Vet confirmed it was kennel cough and no treatment was needed. (so glad they stopped giving out antibiotics willy nilly)

I came home and tried the peroxide remedy and it was like a miracle. I am astounded at the swift difference. The vet said he may well get worse before better but all he did was get immediately better. No rasping or rattling that night. He coughed quietly the next day once for two seconds. Today he has no symptoms.

I gave him 3 doses about 10 hrs apart. Do try this remedy it's fantastic.

Thank you so much to the person who originally posted it.

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Green Tea for Viral Conjunctivitis in Kittens

baby kittens (North Manchester, Indiana ) on 06/12/2022
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My kittens had crusty gooky eyes. I'd clean their eyes with a green tea to clean the eyes and get the gook out. Then I started applying a small amount to keep up soft and moist. It seems to be working. Crossing my fingers.
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Re: Sugar Content in ACV

Karen Mitchell (Australia) on 06/12/2022

I realise this is an old post, I'm putting this up for the readers. Candida thrives in an alkaline environment, ACV is alkalizing. ACV has very little to no sugar content. 1 teaspoon of ACV contains no sugar, 1 tablespoon contains 0.1g. ACV is also warming, so if you have a warm dog, then yes, avoid it. ACV balances PH and if you research, it is alkalizing... in turn it helps to keep the candida population in check

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