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

Rob (Kentucky) on 08/01/2021
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Yes, Turpentine is safe for all animals that I know of. It's the liquid blood of the pine tree. I remember hearing a story of a hunter in eastern KY and his dog got bitten by a copperhead or rattlesnake to the face. Poor dog head was swollen to the size of a basketball. Some people told him to put the dog down. But, he decided to rub turpentine with a cottonball all over the dog's head. He repeated this several times during the day. The swelling came down and the dog lived into his old years.

If the dog has a large mass, I would also give them turmeric powder in their food. Adjust dosage to weight.

Turpentine and Kerosene are universal healers.

My grandmother was my babysitter til I was 10 years old. Anytime one of us kids got a cut, sting or scrap, she would put kerosene on a nasty rag and wipe the area. It was the only medicine I knew of til I got older. lol

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Re: Questions About Castor Oil for Tumors in Ears of Cat

Tessa (Okanagan) on 08/01/2021

Hi Sweet Karma ?

Here is an Earth Clinic link with lots of options (including hydrogen peroxide) for taking care of pets with tumors:

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

The link below is from a holistic pet care site. They recommend colloidal silver for cats but, then again, they sell it.

https://holisticpetcare.com/pet-care-blog/colloidal-silver-for-cats/

Here?s a YouTube video about treating pets with colloidal silver. The comments below the video are enlightening! Lots of success stories.

Treating Dogs and Other Pets with Colloidal Silver

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9SdyAlRJlY

You can buy colloidal silver at a health food store or, if you know someone who has a silver generator, they can give you some to try out.

I hope you find the right answer for your cat?s needs.

Take care,

Tessa

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Question to Rob About Turpentine for Large Mass on Dog

Deirdre (CT) on 08/01/2021

Hi Rob,

Thank you so much for your always interesting and detailed remedies and amazing stories on Earth Clinic!

I just finished reading your suggestion to a reader about pure gum spirits turpentine for a tumor in a cat's ear. Would you also suggest topical turpentine for a large tumor on a dog too? My 15 1/2 year old golden retriever has a mass pushing into her right shoulder blade that the vet thinks may be going into the bone based on xrays. The biopsy results came back inconclusive. I'm doing a few hydrogen peroxide 12% food grade drops in her food twice a day for the past 3 days and there's a significant increase in her energy, but not sure if it's shrinking this mass.

Appreciate any suggestions. Thank you so much!

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Questions About Castor Oil for Tumors in Ears of Cat

Rob (Kentucky) on 08/01/2021

Yes, Hydrogen Peroxide can be used to disinfect if the tumor breaks open. Now, if the castor oil does not work, here is a trick I learned working on 2 different cats.

1st Cat: She got bitten by some poisonous insect. We were thinking a spider since she was an outside cat. It bit her on her head behind the ear. Her face literally started melting off. Her owner named her zombie cat. 3 days after her wound, I came over with a bottle of turpentine pure gum spirits from humco and told her to dilute in coconut oil 1:1 and apply to the wound with a Q-tip. The owner did this for 4 days and the poison came out thru the cat's ear. It looked like pink tissue ball about the size of a gumball. It burst open and she cleaned it out with H2O2. The cat is still alive today however I think she has lost hearing in that ear.

2nd Cat: Another outside cat had a knot below the jaw line and was lethargic and not eating. Again, I brought turpentine over and had them diluted 1:1 with coconut oil and apply with Q-tip to the area. The cat completely recovered in 1 ? days and the knot was gone.

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Questions About Castor Oil for Tumors in Ears of Cat

Sweet Karma (ID) on 07/31/2021

Hello everyone,

My cat has some small (less then 1/2 an inch) benign tumors in his ears which cannot be completely removed surgically because of how many there are and how deep they go. If I am to apply castor oil in his ears and the tumors break open, in what ways can I then disinfect? Do you think I could use hydrogen peroxide for this situation?

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Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Dog's Bladder Infection

Maggie (Id) on 07/31/2021

Research D-Mannose and see if that's something that might work for you. It worked wonders for one of my dogs and it's easy to give.

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ACV for Pink Eye in Cat

Natalie (London ) on 07/28/2021

Fantastic!! I love natural remedies. Great knowing it works. My cat has an eye infection ??

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Borax Demodectic Mange Remedy Did Wonders

KayFl0 (Clifton, NJ) on 07/28/2021

Hi, I see all this great information about borax for dogs and fleas or skin problems. Can you please provide instructions on how to use it? Thanks!
EC: Please see this page: https://www.earthclinic.com/pets/dog_mange_cure.html

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CoQ10 During Feline Cancer Treatments

Holly (New Mexico) on 07/27/2021
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My 10yo kitty is battling mammary cancer, and I've read somewhere in here that CoQ10 is good for heart health during cancer treatment. She is on a raw diet, and is not receiving any standard treatments from a vet. She currently has an open wound on her belly that is responding extremely well to the application of a mixture of turmeric, fresh aloe, castor oil and manuka honey. The open tumor is shrinking daily and infection is down a lot, but I remember reading somewhere on here about giving CoQ10 during cancer. Can anyone give me a dosage or any info?
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Need Help for Chronic Resistant UTI Proteus Mirabilis in Dog

Art (California) on 07/27/2021

This is tough because it gets more dangerous for the dog the more you do. Because it has gone on for so long, it makes it very likely that there are now biofilms protecting the Proteus Mirabalis bacteria wherever it has gone in the body. Rob's Colloidal Silver idea is a consideration, but I think his dose is too low for such a lengthy infection of more than 3 years.

In a human, I would say xylitol, Colloidal Silver (AgNPs - Silver Nanoparticles), NAC, and grapefruit seed extract, but xylitol is deadly to dogs and NAC has to be very carefully applied and observed in dogs to see how they react. All four things are biofilm disrupters and grapefruit seed extract and AgNPs are potent antimicrobials.

So I would first see if Rob's dose has any effect and if it doesn't, I would give my dog pure silver drinking water at 10 ppm only, with no regular water at all. I would give the silver alongside grapefruit seed extract to my dog. If that was not strong enough I would bring my dog up to 20 ppm silver drinking water, but no higher, plus the grapefruit seed extract.

AgNPs and Grapefruit Seed Extract should be fairly safe, but you know that sometimes sensitive dogs can react to colloidal silver or grapefruit seed extract.

Art

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Re: Tips for Constipated Cat

GloriA (Arkansas) on 07/26/2021

Hi Lori, do you still have your cat and are you still doing the same way of things with the castor oil and such? My cat is at the vet now and so far it is 795.00 not counting today and he still hasn't passed the hard poo. Thanks for your comment!

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Re: Need Help for Chronic Resistant UTI Proteus Mirabilis in Dog

Rob (Kentucky ) on 07/26/2021

Try putting 1 oz colloidal silver 10ppm into the animal's water bowl. Do this for the next 14 days. Should clear up the UTI. Works the same with humans.

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Need Help for Chronic Resistant UTI Proteus Mirabilis in Dog

Lisa (CA) on 07/25/2021

Hello, My dog has been suffering from a resistant UTI for almost 3 years. It is also in her gut and it comes out as vaginitis. The bacteria is Proteus Mirabilis.

I have worked with 3 herbalists, and have tried homeopathy, ozone treatment, fecal transplants, glandular therapy, (which increased her toxic load, even though they were from grass-fed cows in New Zealand), and sadly antibiotics.

If anyone has any suggestions I am open.

Thank you so much.

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Apple Cider Vinegar for Conjunctivitis

Misty (Selma, NC) on 07/25/2021
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I just want to say thank you for this information! Cat started with watery left eye. Progressed to both eyes and thick discharge. Vet said no need to bring her into the office. I applied ACV to her neck and then her paw. Cleared her eyes up in 3 days. Use it once a day. Thank you again. This was so helpful.
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Apple Cider Vinegar for Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye) in Cat

Misty (Selma, NC) on 07/25/2021
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I just want to say thank you for this information! Cat started with watery left eye. Progressed to both eyes and thick discharge. Vet said no need to bring her into the office. I applied ACV to her neck and then her paw. Cleared her eyes up in 3 days. Use it once a day. Thank you again. This was so helpful.

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Re: Hydrogen Peroxide Use for Cats

Piper (Destin, fl ) on 07/24/2021

Why has nobody answered this???

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Bordetella Side Effects in Small Dog

Shara (Florida) on 07/25/2021
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We had third puppy shots two weeks ago and my shih tzus have been having ?reverse coughing? bouts ever since. I almost didn?t get them the third round of shots, but then I did. I?m kindof pissed. What is up with the ?reverse coughs? origin?

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Re: Severe Side Effects From Heartgard Dog Medication

Kerri (Fl) on 07/24/2021

if nothing else start charcoal powder in the dog's water immediately!

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Severe Side Effects From Heartgard Dog Medication

kristina poole (bourbonnais) on 07/24/2021
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My dog got very sick, diarrhea, staring /spacing out, lethargic, and quit walking after a 12-month heart guard shot. She is a shitzu mix. Is she going to get better or worse? She received the shot 3.5 weeks ago.

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