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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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Re: Treating Bladder Cancer

Terri (usa) on 06/07/2022

I realize this is an old post, but anyone reading this, please know you are supposed to limit sodium for cats who have kidney disease, so I would not be giving them baking soda (sodium bicarbonate)!

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Supplements for a Heart Murmur

Shelley (Arcadia, Ohio) on 06/07/2022

Help..my 6 1/2 yr old female cheagle was diagnosed with a heart murmur and fluid in the lungs. The vet wants to charge some outrageous amount that I can't afford because of being retired. Can anyone suggest and products or any help in this matter.

Thank you.

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Dog With Multiple Tumors - Not Sure Where to Start

Renee (Sandusky, Ohio) on 06/07/2022

our 9 year old Yorkie was diagnosed with Plasmacytoma, degranulated mast cell tumor, B-Cell Lymphoma, discrete cell tumor. A mass was found on his leg and when they did an xray and ultrasound there is a 3cm tumor between his heart and lung. We have no idea where to start to see if there is anything we can do.

We were told he had 2 weeks to 2 months to live. Our hearts are broken.

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Re: Aloe Vera's Latex-Like Compound

Donna (Cape May) on 06/05/2022

Getting the right aloe vera juice is essential. "Aloe Vera Inner Filet juice" indicates that it is without latex. Latex is contained in the outer parts (skin and the slimy residue right under the skin contain the latex residue.

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Re: Baby Oil for Matted Fur

ANDREA (Texas) on 06/02/2022
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Re: Baby Oil for Matted Fur

I have a mean Maine coon who will not tolerate brushing. Every year he gets several large mats underneath on his belly and under his legs.

In the past, I have sedated him and had him shaved but the last time he came out of sedation, he wasn't the same for a long time. THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF THIS METHOD IS TO USE A DROPPER AND PUT ONE DROP ON THE MAT AND ONE DROP ABOVE THE MAT.

The mats will loosen up in a couple of days and you can just gently pull them off or they'll fall off on their own.

Please do not use more than a couple of drops and please please do not cover your cats with olive oil or baby oil.. this is extremely dangerous as their livers cannot process these oils.

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Re: Urgent Treatment Needed for Small Dog With Cancer

Jim from Frostburg (USA) on 06/02/2022

Try the Budwig Protocol. I have used it for my cats with success. Very important to create a good emulsion between the flaxseed oil and cottage cheese. I always used a fork and a saucer, repeatedly smooshing and swirling the ingredients until the oil disappears. Stirring is not enough. If the used saucer can be washed clean with only water then you have done it right. The protocol consists of using 1 TBS oil to 2 TBS regular grocery cottage cheese. Given just once everyday. If diarrhea occurs then cut back. Substitute omega-3 fish oil instead of flaxseed if the dog won't eat it. There should be some basic improvement in 3-4 days.

More info, see here:

https://putthepentothepaper.wordpress.com/2008/02/03/dr-johanna-budwigs-diet-and-protocol-testimonials-compiled-by-cliff-beckwith/

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Re: Need Help for Young Feline

Stephanie (Long Valley, Nj) on 06/01/2022

Albon is a dewormer. It can help kittens/cats treat coccidia. I have used it successfully for felines with blood in poop, and diarrhea. The vet prescribed it. I gave it to them orally in a little syringe. You can bring a fecal sample to the vet and get a prescription for dewormer, if needed. There are other reasons there can be blood in feces, but Albon worked for many of my rescue felines. If you are already using a dewormer, you might want to wait 2 weeks until you try another dewormer. I am not sure how many you can use at once, but I usually wait 2 weeks before I try a 2nd kind of dewormer, so its not too toxic for your cat. The vet should know which kind to prescribe. Probiotics can be helpful also in case ulcers are causing the bleeding. Another reason for bleeding can be if your cat is eating things he shouldn't eat, like fabric, shoelaces, his toys. You might have to put away certain things if he is chewing on things that he shouldn't chew on.

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Re: Need Help for Young Feline

RB (Somewhere in Europe) on 06/01/2022

Hubert,

Your cat's worst case scenario is colorectal cancer. However, cancer is highly unlikely, if he is only 1 year old.

Your cat's most likely scenario is hemorrhoids, I.e. he tends to strain at the stool. Assuming this is the case, then changing your cat's diet does make a lot of sense.

However, unless the antibiotics came before the blood in the poo, giving your cat antibiotics makes no sense at all; antibiotics tend to do far more harm than good; antibiotics usually cause constipation.

In my opinion, unless the antibiotics preceded the blood in the poo, your vet is not up to snuff. At this point, if that cat was mine, I would shop around for less constipating food for that cat. I would also shop around for a better vet; however, now that I think about it, at this point you don't really need a vet.

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Need Help for Young Feline

Hubert (United Kingdom) on 06/01/2022

Blood in cats poo

Hello,

I'd like to know if you know anything how to treat my cat with his problem. I've been to vets he gave him some special food and micro and macro in a powder to add to wet food he prescribed, he also gave him an antibiotic but it didn't work.

He's eating good food from hills plan. I am really worried about my cat. He's 1 year old domestic short hair.

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Urgent Treatment Needed for Small Dog With Cancer

Shasha (State Collge, pa) on 05/31/2022

My niece's little sweet small dog has cancer. The vet told my niece that she would die soon. He cancer is in her female areas. At this point, she has trouble breathing and she has had to go to the vet several times to have the fluid drained from inside her. This procedure is very hard on her.

IS THERE ANYONE OUT THERE WHO CAN OFFER A CURE FOR HER CANCER, PLEASE.

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Re: Aloe Vera OK for Cats and Dogs

Jenny (AZ) on 05/30/2022
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The preservative "sodium benzoate" is toxic to cats, not dogs. Sodium Benzoate is in some brands of aloe vera juice. It is NOT dangerous to pets (IMHO). I have been giving it to my dogs and cats for many many years and have never had an issue with it. It had always been a benefit, and my pets tend to live very long healthy lives!

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Re: Puppy With Heart Murmur

Denna (Tulsa, Ok) on 05/26/2022

I recently went to take my dog who is a mixed breed to have him neutered. I found out he has a heart murmur he is 6 months old took to the vet. Surgery is $10,000. I can't afford that. Called around to some places to get financial help no funds available. I'm not sure what to do he murmur is at a 6. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

TIA

Denna

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Coconut Oil for Dog's Conjunctivitis

Niti (Phila) on 05/26/2022
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I have also used coconut oil with great success.

My GSD had goopy eyes for several months following a routine well visit to the vet. I tried everything without much change.

Warm, liquid coconut applied by hand once daily stopped it after just two applications!

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Re: Gentle Massage With Soft Cloth Cured Cherry Eye in Dog

Charlotte (South Africa) on 05/19/2022

Will the massage method work after 3 days???

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