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Arnica for Dog With Injury

Maggie (Idaho) on 03/05/2018
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My dog came in from outdoors with a limp. I checked his leg and couldn't find anything wrong. I could tell he wasn't feeling well by the way he was acting. I gave him some homeopathic Arnica. He fell asleep on the floor and I noticed he would shiver on the inhale. I covered him with a heavy blanket and then came here to Earth Clinic to see what I could find to treat him.

Someone used Traumeel on a pet injury so went out and bought some. Had to clip some of the fur on the part of the leg I thought might be injured to be able to get the cream down to the skin. Put some of the T-Relief (used to be called Traumeel) cream on the leg and then covered it with a small baby's sock with the tip of the toe cut off to be able to slip it over his paw. I put another sock over the first one in the opposite direction for compression and to help keep it on his leg...worked great, never came off.

A couple of hours after applying the cream he was able to put some pressure on the leg and was walking again. About 4 hours after I had given him the first dose, I gave him another and by the end of the day I could tell he was feeling so much better. The next morning he woke up happy and was running and bumped the leg he had injured and was limping again. Since I knew the T-Relief cream worked, I put some on again, with the socks, and in a couple of hours he was ok. I could't believe how fast the T-Relief cream worked. I'm going to buy another tube and always keep one on hand for my dogs, cats and myself.

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Urgent Help Requested for Puppy

Linda (Ontario) on 04/18/2014

Please, help. I have 4 weeks old puppy of Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. A week ago his mother probably stepped on his tail and broke it probably 1 inch from the tip. On the advise of our vet I was just taping the break, many times not successfully. Two days ago, when the bandage was lost again, I noticed that there was an open wound, where I could see the tail bone under the raw skin. Immediately there was a trip to the vet. On his advice, we are using just a Derma Gel Spray - every 4 hours and leaving the wound open. If this will not heal in a few days, they would need to dock the end of his tail. He now lost the rest of the skin by the end of his tail and I am devastated. I am trying to keep this puppy away from his litter-mates, as they are starting to bite each other. Is there anything else we could do to safe his tail? Will the skin and hair grow there back? Can anybody help? Thank you in advance.
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Homeopathic Remedies Helped Limping Dog

Kathryn4 (Maryland) on 10/04/2013
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My old dog went down two steps and hurt his leg. He was limping. Used homeopathic remedies like I do if I sprain my ankle they are: rhus tox 30c, arnica 30x, ruta 30x, hypericum 12c. Give immediately, then 15 min later another dose, then 30 min later and keep making the time farther apart, he is well today. Works for people sprain also like a miracle! Take 30 min away from food.
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Dog with Paw Pain Needs Home Remedy

Judy (Denver, Co) on 06/01/2013

My Border Collie mix has been licking his hind paw for last four days. I think he migh have a weed seed or grass seed stuck I can't see anything and he does not limp or act as if it bothers him when he walks but it has to be bothering him because he keeps licking and rarely sleeps. Years ago I had to have a dog put down because he went lame and got mean. Vet did "autopsy" and found a seed that worked its way up his leg.

I am retired and cant afford a vet. Im wondering if anyone knows a way to draw this thing out. I thought of warm salt water on a washrag and keep holding it there and hope for the best. Maybe it will draw the thing out so we can see it and pull it out with tweezers.

Does anybody kow something that will work?

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DMSO for Injured Dog

Redlion (Hemet, Ca) on 05/06/2013
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I have a little chihuahua who one day could not walk. I panicked and ran to a vet-lol.... Said it was something neurological and prescribed prednisone. I did not want to give my little doggie prednisone. I have been using Earth Clinic for all my ails for years. So I did a search-once I started reading -it dawned on me that my baby had hit her head misjudging the height of my couch, and must have hurt something then but did not show any signs of being hurt, but then I think she jammed it jumping off the bed. Long story -short-I went to the local pet feed store-bought 90% pure DMSO roll on-massaged it into her neck and upper leg for about 5 days-Instant relief-although she would pant quite a bit and drank lots and lots of water. Kept her in a pet cage so she stayed immobile.

MIRACLE********doggie is walking just fine now. I keep her as still as possible and do not let her jump off of anything at all. I notice she does still have a little twinge. I also bought some MSM and am adding a little bit to her food off and on.

THANK YOU EARTH CLINIC!!!

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Apple Cider Vinegar for Dog's Hurt Eye

5 Pooches Home (Houston, Tx) on 07/31/2012
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My dog - a little chihuahua girl got hurt in the eye - perhaps while playing and so it became red, watery and hard to keep open.

I then diluted organic Apple Cider Vinegar - 2 tablespoons in 10 tablespoon full of water. Soaked a organic cotton ball and then squeezed the water in the eye and kept the soaked cotton over the eye for few mins. I did this evey 1/2 hr and then before bed I put organic cold-pressed castor oil in the eye. This was to prevent the eye from sticking and to provide long term eye lubrication throughout the night.

The next day her eye was almost normal. SO I continued the regimen but every 2 hrs or so. And then castor oil at night. The 3rd day it was back to normal and she was once again a normal, happy, jumpy dog! Proud to say, 'no we didn't use any antibiotics!!'

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Comfrey for Horse's Bowed Tendon

Debi (Converse, Texas) on 02/20/2009
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Comfrey for horse's bowed tendon: Some years back my horse seveerly bowed digital extensor tendon during a fight with another horse through a fence. I immediately started massaging comfrey oil all along the front of the affected leg. Since my vet wanted her movements restricted, this not only gave her medical assistance, it also gave us both psycological benefits. After her confinement was up, I would walk her slowly by hand. I continued the treatment of Comfrey oil for several weeks as she returned to full activity. Now even my vet cannot tell which leg was affected. Only she and I know for sure.
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Remedies for Dog With Torn Ligament (Correction)

Geoffrey (Bronx, NY) on 01/11/2009

traumeel and dgp for torn ligament for 70lb dog:

would like to correct dosage for glucosamine/chondroitin- 1500mg/1200mg once a day with food. use pliers to crush pills since they are too large for any pill crusher. also adding msm to this formula.

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Remedies for Dog With Torn Ligament

Geoffrey (Bronx, NY) on 01/11/2009

my chow has a torn ligament rear left. using traumeel tabs but thinking about switching to liquid. am also starting something called DGP (natural) which was recommended by vet also. bromelain is another safe natural antiinflamatory. weening her off prescription meds. 70lb dog-50mg bromelain once a day, dgp two pills a day, traumeel one pill twice a day dissolved in a little milk, vit c 250mg, omega 3 1360mg once a day, glucasomine/chondroitin 750/600mg once a day, pet vit. double dose once a day. trying to avoid surgery. most is mixed with food. also doing physical therapy once a week (underwater treadmill) like they do for horses.
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Katharine (Charleston, SC) on 07/09/2008
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I have a rescue dog who came to me with torn ACLs in both of her back knees. She could barely walk. I found a product called Traumeel. It is an all natural anti-inflammatory, analgesic that is GREAT for muscle pains, aches, injuries, sprains, bruises, arthritis, muscle inflammation, etc. It has changed my dog's life. She is running around like a puppy until I get the money for her expensive surgeries. I use the liquid form and drop it on her food twice a day. This is perfectly safe for dogs and cats. It is actually a human product but has been successfully been used on animals for years.
EC: Ingredients: 50 grams of ointment or gel contains: 0.75 grams each of Arnica montana 3X, Calendula officinalis 1X, Hamamelis virginiana 1X; 0.50 grams each of Aconitum napellus 3X, Belladonna 3X; 0.25 grams each of Bellis perennis 1X, Chamomilla 1X, Echinacea angustifolia 1X, Echinacea purpurea 1X; Millefolium 1X 0.15 gram; Hepar sulphuris calcareum 8X 0.125 gram; Mercurius solubilis 8X 0.06 gram; Symphytum officinale 4X 0.05 gram and Hypericum perforatum 6X 0.045 gram in a hydrophilic base.
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