I don't know the dosage of Borax for pets. I understand that for women, it's 1/8 teaspoon per 1 litre of water; for men it's 1/4 teaspoon per liter of water. I would think a whole teaspoon would be far too much for a dog. You should do more research to find out the dosage. Hopefully Theresa can weigh in :-)
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Hello! Thank you for this informative website. I am amazed to learn the benefits of borax for arthritis and general health, and would like to start giving it to my aging dog for his aches & pains, and the other dogs too (and the humans! )
It will be difficult to add it to their water as they have several water sources. Can I make the solution (1 tsp borax + 1 liter water) and simply put a teaspoon of the solution into their food daily?
Posted by Desperate Fur Mom (Hazlehurst, Ga) on 10/02/2018
My 10 year old female Boston terrier was diagnosed with mammary carcinoma today. I was told it is very aggressive. I'm trying to research a natural treatment. I've found so many conflicting treatments. Is it safe to give her sodium bicarbonate? She's eaten rachel ray natural dog food by nutrish for several years, with the occasional treat from the table will it hurt her to change her diet overnight without gradually switching her over to an organic diet of fresh meat and vegetables? Please help. I'm desperate!
So glad I found this site. Our poor little silky couldn't stop biting and scratching around her tail and back legs. She has no fleas. We tried a couple of off the shelf sprays but it only worked for a short time after spraying. Tried the apple cider vinegar earlier today and so far no itching! Thanks for the tip.
The nature of pyometra is that it will recurr; if your girl is not a breeding dog, spaying obviously removes this from happening. You might also seek out a holistic vet to see they have a non-surgical option for you.
Posted by Shean (Manila, Philippines ) on 09/26/2018
My dog's pyometra had recurred. I'm giving her a maintenance of those 3 ( vit c, turmeric, and manuka). The last time he got her menses it didn't recur. But this month after her menses, she had colds then now she had pyometra again. What should I do? She's not eating that much. I brought her to vet every now and then just to make sure she's safe. I'm really worried. Don't want to see her in pain anymore.
Posted by Tisha R. (Kamloops, Canada) on 09/26/2018
Sodium Thiosulfate to get rid of a small horse calcification
Hi, I have this horse, and this x ray...I started with the 10% Sodium thiosulfate and then dmso over top....how long, how much and all the deets would be great...what if some gets on me? the list of cautions it came with is stressful....thank you much in advance..tisha
So I used it on our dogs our German Shepard is grain free no chicken. Tons allergies, eats his feet licks 24/7. I tried ACV he isn't too happy with me but lord I hope this helps!!!! Any advice would be appreciated
Our 7lb chiwawa (sic) was almost completely stopped up. I rubbed a substantial amount of DMSO on his prostate area and winky. In about 8 hours he popped out a white mass that looked like a worm but apparently was softened stones blocking his urethra and peed a potty paper full. That was about 2 months ago. It is happening again now, and I have once again applied the DMSO, and he is getting some relief but it has been about 12 hours. Gonna try some ACV now to finish the job and reapply the DMSO.
It's highly toxic to cats, even a little bit could shut down their liver and kidneys. Research ANYTHING you intend to feed/treat/medicate your pet with before doing so. Please, it could be a matter of life and death for your beloved pet.
I have learned with my bunny when he needs a tummy rub to put my hand under him and rub his tummy with him relaxed and he approves by licking my hand to continue rubbing. No picking him up, only working with him the way he thinks is best.
Thank you! I have a new dachshund and he brought fleas with him. No flea control found for young puppies. They drove me out of the house. I finally cut up a garlic clove, made a little pocket and tied it around his neck. Have not seen the fleas (they're probably moved to my bedroom), but worried that the garlic could hurt my little dog. Again, thanks.