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Dry Eye Remedies for Dogs?

Cate (Australia ) on 04/21/2024

Short term solution; you can try placing one single drop of Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Ratfish Oil into each eye once daily. It will not sting your dogs eyes and be very soothing and healing. You will only need a 10ml bottle.

Long term solution; look for the cause. Possible reasons could be; medications, dewormers, diet, exposure to chemicals such as fragrances, detergents that you might use on your floor etc..

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Re: ACV for Bladder Stones in Cat

Gee (NJ) on 04/20/2024

I just wanted to thank you & the others that have posted as you've all given me hope with my precious little boy. He's the most welcoming, social, loving kitty I've ever met and I will do anything to keep him here with me 💗 I will update you all on how ACV has been working with him & hopefully report a success story soon!!! I needed this boost of hope, thanks again

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Dry Eye Remedies for Dogs?

Mary (Saint Johns, Fl) on 04/18/2024

How can I help my Yorkie with his chronic dry eye?
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Re: Essiac Tea for Mammary Gland Tumor Doesn't Seem to Be Helping

Hannah m (Spring, Tx) on 04/17/2024

Hi all,

I have switched to the tea and give it to her 3 times a day with low sodium bone broth. I noticed that her tumor is growing and the size of the palm but also has another one growing. Her apetite is good but she loosing weight and that concerns me. I also give organic mushroom blends to build up her immune system. She gets that 2 a day. Any suggestions is appreciated. Thank you in advance.

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Re: Turmeric & Mammary Gland Tumor in Dog

Hollyhock (America ) on 04/16/2024

I've also read to apply castor oil to non-cancerous tumors to help shrink them. Some add frankincense to it as well.

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Re: Turmeric & Mammary Gland Tumor in Dog

Madelyn (Idaho ) on 04/15/2024
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Ivermectin shrinks tumors to almost nothing after 6 months of daily use. Horse paste 1.87% version. Adjust according to the weight of your little dog :)

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Turmeric & Mammary Gland Tumor in Dog

SMequine (Midwest USA) on 04/15/2024

Good afternoon, one of my older rare breed Bolonkas has tumor on mammary gland. She has been on Joe Tippen protocol for 5 wks now. No change.

Castor Oil and DMSO topically. Getting Curcumin sprinkled in food w capsule broken open of Reishi. Wanding w iTerraHertz 15 mins daily as well.

I want to increase turmeric and/or paste it, but I am not sure about the bleeding issue on mammary gland blood supply.

Has anyone used turmeric on mammary tumors? What about Bloodwort?

She is 12/13 yrs old, 8-10#, and a happy Howdy Dyu Russian Bolonka.

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Re: Conjunctivitis in Cat

Jerica (Arizona) on 04/13/2024

This is happening to my cat now... Did you ever figure out what or why? How did it go?

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Colloidal Silver for Ear Mites

Leah (TX) on 04/12/2024
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I have recently discovered that colloidal silver works with ear mites, fungal infections, parasites, and many other issues that come with cat care. You can mix it with water and mist the ears for a cleaning solution or you can put it directly into the ear. I had a cat that had ear mites very badly. They smelled and looked like coffee grounds. She was suffering. I used olive oil to suffocate the ear mites treating each ear twice a day. Now my cat was not at all cooperative but I invented a type of papoose board that I have to use when doing this. Yes, sounds traumatizing but what is worse the constant ear mite and infections or a couple minutes swaddled? After 3 days I started using the colloidal silver. I mixed 2 drops into 1 tsp. Of distilled water and put it in the ears. She was cleared up in 3 days. No coffee grounds or foul odor. I now give the colloidal silver to all my animals. 20 cats and 6 dogs and not one has suffered from any ear mites, infections, or skin issues and it’s been 3 years!
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Re: Iodine + DMSO for Dog's Cyst?

Katzie (Cancun, Mexico ) on 04/10/2024

Diamotaceous Earth (aka fossil flour), is literally dirt cheap. Sprinkle some over the area! Another poster in a D.E. thread here mentioned to not use a metal spoon when handling D.E. as that would negate the charge. I can attest it sure feels that way when I rub D.E. on an infection of mine, ie tiny electrical discharges). When I found Dog#2, both shoulder blades had massive infection with large pus pockets. He was in agony. I could see small slits on each blade so I knew the D.E. would have them draining in 15-20 minutes, and I was right. I was able to sprinkle some D.E. on him and it was so light it didnt cause him additional pain. 20 mins later I could smell the pus just leaking down from the wounds. The dog was out of agony for about the cost of about 25cents. I haven't found that post again yet to thank that guy, but D.E. has saved me and my rescues from many different infections, sores & bites, burns, and alot of pain! D.E. contains silica, which is something our skin has/needs, but not for too many days in a row, as it can be drying to the skin. I only use it in the initial healing phase. Our bodies do heal themselves very well, if infection is kept out of the way. After infection is no longer a concern, you want to moisturize the area to aid in cellular turnover, which speeds healing.

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Re: Hoof and Coat Health for Horses

Jill (USA) on 04/07/2024
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I tried Jane's recipe for my horse (and donkey), both are doing better and hooves are better.

I did add zinc to the mix because it was recommended where I bought the copper.

Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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Re: Ted's Mange Cure Helped Dog

Robert (Silver City NM) on 04/07/2024

https://youtu.be/MMqCoWSD5zg?si=IY_cRTsEvJAcipZ1 I found this youtube video that has the best and most natural treatment/cure for mange in dogs and cats! NEEM OIL. 1 part neem oil to 10 parts carrier oil like coconut, avocado, olive or apricot seed oil. I gave it to my cat after I tried the borax and hydrogen peroxide suggested on this site and after I called my vet and they told me I would have to use their Ketohex shampoo on my cat and bath him every other day for 3 months(RIDICULOUS). The neem oil did the trick only after the first treatment. The hair falling off his body was still quite traumatic and gross. Cheers!

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Re: Neem Oil for Mange

Robert (Silver City NM) on 04/07/2024

https://youtu.be/MMqCoWSD5zg?si=IY_cRTsEvJAcipZ1 This youtube video explains a mange treatment with NEEM OIL. It is one part neem oil to 10 parts carrier oil like coconut oil, avocado oil, olive oil (I'd be careful with the olive oil unless you know it hasn't been altered with other seed oils though). Good luck and cheers!!

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Iodine + DMSO for Dog's Cyst?

judith (USA) on 04/03/2024

Can I use providone iodine with DMSO on dog cyst or Lugol's iodine 5%? He had surgery to drain a cyst in same place last July - it was over $2k! So I am VERY interested in healing this at home. I tried turmeric and coconut oil and didn't see any results. I only used it internally as he is on all the furniture and rugs... ;) Right now I've been using DMSO and colloidal silver but though it has a surface opening, it's not draining. Any suggestions are appreciated :) Blessings everyone!
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Re: Allergy Remedies for Pets

Jisunny (Hackettstown NJ) on 04/03/2024

Ten years too late, but hope this may help for other pups. We give our two dogs something called HWF Clean Heart instead of the vaccination for heartworm disease. It is holistic, but I'd much give them something natural and preventative than stick them with the needle full of chemicals and toxins that we don't know about. My younger pup has neurological issues since getting her first set of vaccinations and I will never again.

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Re: Apple Cider Vinegar

Bex7 (OR) on 04/02/2024

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/bill-gates-bragg/

And here's the Gates connection: In its early years, Apeel Sciences received two grants from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. While some may have assumed differently, those grants did not give Gates any ownership of the company.

Apeel Sciences' Co-Founder and Senior Vice President of Operations Jenny Du laughed when asked about Apeel's alleged connection to Bill Gates.

"Those grants make up 0.2% of money Apeel has ever raised, " she said. "I've never even met Bill."

So, combining Bragg with the Apeel situation, we can sum up the entire family of claims as follows: Gates, either alone or with Perry, owns both Bragg and Apeel (as a reminder, he does not), and changed the recipe for Bragg apple cider vinegar to include apples treated with Organipeel (again, presumably for some nefarious purpose).

The rumor that Bragg apple cider vinegar is made with Organipeel-treated apples is so common that it's even debunked on the company's FAQ page. Not only has Gates never had a role in selecting Bragg apple cider vinegar ingredients, Snopes found no evidence to suggest that the vinegar has ever been produced using apples treated with Organipeel. Both Cola and Du confirmed that the companies have never worked with each other.

And there is more info in the article. I called the company on the phone last year when I first heard this. It is so not true.

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Re: ACV for Upper Respiratory Infection

CTH (Winchester, TN) on 04/01/2024
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IDK about Persians, but my cat just had a litter of kittens 5 days ago. A few hours ago, one unlucky kitty just came down with a bad case of sneezes - no break for well over an hour for the li'l plop! So I started looking up things I could do at home (I don't do vets/doctors) & stumbled onto this remedy. Since I already know ACV is a pretty safe remedy, I used a washcloth to basically bathe my little newborn kitten in a fashion similar to her mom's. I also wiped some onto the mama's body, & dumped the tiny bit left into the main water bowl. My newborn kitty has finally stopped her itsy bitsy sneezes & is resting. I applied the ACV to her 20 mins ago. I'll be reapplying either tonight or in the morning. I also make my own - Bragg's recently sold out to Billy Gates, so I won't touch that brand anymore. All that to say this: ACV is a probiotic kind of remedy & is safe, so long as your kitty isn't allergic to apples, water, vinegar, or the microbes which make ACV such a wonderful remedy, she should tolerate it just fine.

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Re: Essiac Tea for Pets

Michael (Colorado) on 04/01/2024
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I think the herbs you make a tea is the best choice. You can look into https://genuineessiac.com/ as they have the advanced formula and information on why their 8 herb formula is better then the 4 herb formula. Loads of testimonials on their web page. All the best

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Re: Borax for Fleas?

Penelope (Perth Western Australia ) on 03/29/2024

How can I use Borax to treat Fleas in Dogs and cats? Bathing? I would do love to know as I do not like to use the horrible and very toxic over the counter Flea treatments sold in Pet shops. My cat had a major reaction to the spot on neck treatment which burnt his skin where I had applied it.. days later the patch of hair had fallen out. I have 2 American Bulldogs with active Fleas and would love to also prevent the flea eggs from hatching and stopping the cycle

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Aloe Vera for Kidney Disease in Pets

Jenny (England) on 03/27/2024

Where did you buy it please?

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