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Re: Ear Infection and Eye Discharge in Dog - Vet Not Helping

Susan (Florida ) on 08/06/2021

Grain free kibble is still a problem. It?s over processessed carbohydrates. I went this route and despite this we battled bloody swollen painful ear infections for several years. Put him on grain free canned food. Helped but then went to RAW food diet ( frozen in a bag product ) and that fixed it, along with A homeopathic drops which contained essentially witch hazel, white vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, marshmallow root etc. Then Flash forward a year or so and I move to France and my dog gets harvest mites from running through the tall wheat fields. Such a terrible infection not even shampoo for it helped. Vet gave him that damn Apoquel ( I have no idea how bad this is for pets ) and an antihistamine shot and antibiotics ALL at once. Temporary fix ... back in the USA again, back on his miracle raw food but this time he didn?t seem healthy and had the scratching again despite no fleas or mites . No amount of aloe or vitamin E oil has helped but to soften his elephant like skin slightly . Now I?m reading it?s a yeast infection in his skin due to the apoquel drug. Let?s hope these natural remedies work. I no longer trust vets as they just want to throw harsh drugs at him without regard to the after effects.

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Re: Apoquel for Dogs

Amanda (Atlanta, GA) on 08/05/2021

I know this post is old, but to ride on the back of this comment, I wanted to add that Apoquel is a most horrible drug to give your dog. My sister's dog had severe skin allergy and resorted to giving this Apoquel out of desperation to help her dog stop suffering. It was extremely detrimental to her dog's health. It was taxing on all vital organs and overwhelmed them, which eventually broke them down over time. So, I will say again, do not give your dog Apoquel unless you want your dog to have a slow death sentence. Do your research on it if you're even considering it. Try everything alternative. Yes, it stops the itching, but you don't have any idea what it's doing to your dog internally.

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Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Urinary Blockage in Cat

Cherokeechyld (tennessee) on 08/05/2021

Just loved ?? this story. I hope Liko is doing well and the ACV is helping you, as well.

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Re: Peroxide for Kennel Cough

dan (ct) on 08/05/2021

I had read that it's a good idea to give a dog H2O2 daily in their drinking water as a preventative. Do you have any information on this?

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Re: Diatomaceous Earth for Fleas

Katzie (Calgary) on 08/05/2021

I just wanted to chime in here and say that you certainly DO want your entire floor covered in grey powder!! In fact, I use the D.E., along with numerous boxes of cheap salt, baking soda as well as boric acid - cause I am really mean to fleas and ticks. I also look at it as I don't have to mop for 3 days at a time. I will be doing the same treatment on my floors weekly, 3 days at a time, for a month to try to keep them under control. D.E. is badass on fleas, ticks & roaches!

If fleas are walking and jumping around in your house, that can't be allowed to continue. Diatomaceous Earth is cheap and super effective. I treat my dogs fur, the floors and our yard and this has been super successful!! You need to treat not just your pet, but your house, too, or you will be overwhelmed with flea infestation in a short time. D.E. also dries out the larvae and flea dirt (sustenance for flea babies), and they will die. The D.E. dries out their exo-skeletons and they die, in a short amount of time. It's awesome!!

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Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Mange in Cat

karin (indianapolis) on 08/04/2021
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My cat did act like it burned! But it really helped.

Now a couple years later don't know if I can bring myself to use it again... What really helps is raw egg yolk

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Re: Vets and Doctors

Paul (California) on 08/04/2021

Unfortunately many doctors are in the business of treating illnesses, not curing them. They want the return customer, that cash cow that keeps on giving. I have experienced both, dedicated physicians and those not so. Blanketly stating someone is too cheap to go to a "real doctor" is saying you miss the point completely! We live in a time when drugs are pushed on us for everything, not a mention about diet or lifestyle changes to cure conditions. We need to go back to the basics of health, you are what you eat so to speak. Doing so puts us on to the road to being healthy without pharmaceutical intervention. This goes for pets as well as people!

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Re: Chronic Resistant UTI Proteus Mirabilis in Dog

John (CA) on 08/03/2021

Rob's colloidal silver suggestion is a very good place to start. But if biofilms are present they still might be cleared with the silver. They just can be difficult and will definitely take longer. I hope you find a remedy or her.

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Re: Reply to Rob About Turpentine for Large Mass on Dog

Deirdre (Connecticut) on 08/03/2021
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Thank you so much for your reply, Rob! I got the Diamond G turp today and started applying it to the mass where the vet had shaved the area to do a biopsy. Would applying the turpentine with DMSO be better?

I can tell you that the turpentine is causing the muscles around her shoulder blades to twitch A LOT starting about 10 minutes after each application, so something is going on. Will keep you updated. Thanks again!

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Re: Chronic Resistant UTI Proteus Mirabilis in Dog

Frank McLean (Thunder Bay, ON, CA) on 08/03/2021

I would use MMS1. You can find out more about it here:

https://jimhumble.co/

You can buy it here:

https://betterwpd.com/product/sodium-chlorite-11-kit-4-oz/

You can find animal testimonials here:

https://mmstestimonials.co/component/search/?searchword=animals&searchphrase=all&Itemid=101

Mix up equal parts equal parts of Sodium Chlorite and Citric acid add water and deliver it with a syringe. I you learn how to make CDS it's even better.

If you search you can find alternate suppliers.

You can find out more about MMS at earth clinic here:

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I hope this helps.

Frank

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Re: Chronic Resistant UTI Proteus Mirabilis in Dog

KS (IL) on 08/03/2021

Have you tried antibiotics first? If not, I would start there. "Veterinarians commonly treat proteus bacterial infections with the antibiotics enrofloxacin and gentamycin. Because these antibiotics can cause stomach upset and are not recommended for dogs with kidney disease VetInfo suggests that homeopathic treatments of berberis vulg, cantharis and staphysagris along with the anti-bacterial drugs Zeniquin and Naxcel can be helpful. Giving your pet extra fluids also helps flush out the bacteria."

https://www.cuteness.com/article/proteus-bacteria-infection-dogs

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Re: Chronic Resistant UTI Proteus Mirabilis in Dog

LISA Klare (IL) on 08/03/2021

I have a dog who got chronic bladder infections leading to stones which required surgery twice. Call me crazy, but a pet psychic suggested an over the counter product called D-mannose. I?ve given 1/2-1 teaspoon a day to my 15 pound dog and she hasn?t had a single infection since I started giving it to her at least 5 years ago. I buy mine through Amazon. Not sure if it can help infection that?s already in place, but you never know.

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Re: Chronic Resistant UTI Proteus Mirabilis in Dog

Kris (Colorado) on 08/03/2021

I would most definitely give your dog Colloidal Silver 10ppm. I would give in a syringe, the amount appropriate for your dog which goes by the weight of the dog. You can find this info easily online. Giving in the water dish is fine for general immunity, but with the problem your dog has had for such a long time, I would not dilute in water or food. Give directly in mouth by syringe (according to dogs weight) and I would give it 2-3 times a day, please look up treating pets with Colloidal Silver to be better able to determine how long you should give this to your dog. If your dog is taking any other meds, be sure to give Colloidal Silver at least 20 minutes away from those. Colloidal Silver works wonders, and it is very, very safe when used according to directions for people and all pets! I wish you the best with your dog!

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Re: Chronic Resistant UTI Proteus Mirabilis in Dog

Carolyn (Ontario) on 08/03/2021

"Studies show that D-mannose stops E coli from attaching to the urinary tract. Studies also show that D-mannose can improve UTI symptoms." Change the diet to raw (B.A.R.F.), no grains or additives.

https://www.thehonestkitchen.com/blog/urinary-tract-health/

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Re: Chronic Resistant UTI Proteus Mirabilis in Dog

Tom (California ) on 08/03/2021

You might try D-Mannose. works wonders for Uti's, in humans, should work for the Pup.

3 years is too long for her to suffer.

Also be sure there are no dairy products being fed to her.

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Re: Chronic Resistant UTI Proteus Mirabilis in Dog

Dano (Idaho) on 08/03/2021

Iodine in its various forms (Lugols, SSKI etc.) has been used in humans to kill off a UTI that was stubborn, but I don't know about its use in dogs. The same goes for the colloidal silver that was already mentioned, and D-mannose will make the bacteria less able to clump together to form colonies. probiotics may also be of some minor help. As I stated, I am not familiar with any of the above suggestions used with canines, so research and consult a vet that is familiar with such therapies. Best of luck to you and your dog. Please keep EC updated on your dog's condition.

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Dog Food Brand Comparisons

Katie (Fort Wayne, Indiana) on 08/03/2021

Where do you find Blue Mountain? I looked but only see Blue Buffalo.

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MMS Healed Razor Burn and Subsequent Infection in Puppy

Sandra (Michigan ) on 08/03/2021
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Hi my name is Sandra. My dog Louis was groomed at 9 months old and was razor burned. Antibiotics didn't heal him. Got worse. Finally took to different Vet who put him on a compounded Cancer drug. Was systemic. Today Louis is 10 years old. I have been putting MMS in his water bowl for months now. My white little dog with the inflamed skin is now normal. Using small amounts of MMS daily, 2 drops, he has returned to normal. The MMS is a water purifier. It purifies our bodies like it does anyone taking it. It can and does cause die off of parasites, mold, fungus, we injest. Louie did have diarrhea for a short time. Probiotics, yogurt and canned pumpkin helped with that.

ReikiRanch.net, 360-748-4426, talk to Talor. She is the best and will answer questions. Understand I am not saying Taylor is a doctor or is giving medical advice. Taylor can give suggestions, do as you please with her suggestions. A set of MMS and activator is around $48 and will last a long time. I put it in my water. Been using it going slow now for months. Finally got rid of the bloat around my middle.

Oh, they sell some great books also. Ones the big pharma don't want you to know about! Ask Taylor or look it up on the website.

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Re: Turmeric AND Black Pepper for Tumors on Dog

Sweet Karma (Idaho) on 08/01/2021

It is important to note that black pepper when used often is not good for cats. I?m not sure about dogs. Great for humans.

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Re: Seeking Natural Remedies for Dog With Chronic Allergies

Theresa (Virginia ) on 08/01/2021

My dog had terrible allergies until I out him on beef thymus capsules. They have them on Amazon. He weighs 75 lbs. so he takes half the human dose. It makes all the difference in the world.

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