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  Re: Demodex and Blackheads
Tue, 22 Jul 14 15:19:56 -0500

07/22/2014: Debbie from London: "Thanks, Theresa, for your help. I'm sure you're right about the yeast - have started using the vinegar as you suggested, will try the bicarb too.

She's actually about 7 1/2 y/o - was about 4 when we got her (riddled with demodex, with a strong kind of salami smell which she no longer has). I have had thyroid test, but only the basic one, not the one recommended by Jean Dodds (UK vet unaware of it) - test was pretty normal. But she does show quite a few of the signs e.g sensitive to temperature, dry coat shedding all the time (and the dry eye...)."

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  Re: Hypothyroidism in Dogs
Tue, 22 Jul 14 15:15:22 -0500

07/22/2014: Nayibe from Raleigh, Nc: "Hey Theresa. Thank you for replying. I forgot to mention that she has been on Soloxyne 6mg twice a day since 2012. At the beginning she was fine and lost some weight. But after a year she has been gaining weight. She had a test done last year and the dose is the same. I would like to change to iodine but I don't know the dosage. She weighs 30 pounds. And the other thing is what type of food can I give her. I know she s allergic to grains and maybe potatoes. Have you or anyone heard about dinovite?. I woul like to read some opinions about it. Thank you very much."

Re: Is This the Right Treatment for Parvo?
Tue, 22 Jul 14 15:05:03 -0500

07/22/2014: Mia from Houston, TX: "i don't know if I am in the right path..i been giving my 11 week old puppy charcoal with pedilyte and Gatoradel. She has not thrown up or has had diarrhea since she was diagnosed with parvo; she tries to drink but she does want to eat. This is her 3rd day with parvo; am I doing good? what can I do to get it over with? It really hurts to see my puppy like this when she really is playful."

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  Re: Remedy Needed for Puppy
Tue, 22 Jul 14 14:31:37 -0500

07/22/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "Hey Ambiii!

I am trying to understand. What kind of infection? Skin infection?"


Re: Remedy Needed for Puppy
Tue, 22 Jul 14 14:19:44 -0500

07/22/2014: Ambiii from Guwahati: "My puppy is having infection in his body below ear and stomach; he is 25 days old.... How can I treat it at home??
Vet doctor is sayng he can't suggest solution

Please help me."

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  Re: Hypothyroidism in Dogs
Mon, 21 Jul 14 23:25:07 -0500

07/21/2014: Loraine from Orlando: "Hi there....saw your post and felt the need to respond....check the link below, it will help you a lot in understanding why your dog has this disease and how to treat it....I suggest you go on line on amazon website and look for supplement reviews on what is good for dogs with this complaint....you would learn a lot and hopefully find something that would help him...I have a cockapoo as well and I love that dog so much....don't know what I would do if something happens to him where I have to see him in pain suffering each day...but as I said, research helps tremendously...get on line and help your dog....also, make sure that medication you are giving him does not have flouride in it....this is dangerous for animals and humans with thyroid disease...good luck now get on google, and please let us know the outcome....

http://peterdobias.com/blogs/blog/11014981-holistic-treatment-of-hypothyroidism-in-dogs"

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  Re: Dog's Aural Hematoma Healed
Mon, 21 Jul 14 23:23:47 -0500

07/21/2014: Loraine from Orlando: "Yes Theresa...I was stunned that this worked.... I saw a vet on youtube encouraging people to just wait it out and insisted that most of the time it would heal on its own and it did....of course there are exceptions, that's why you have to closely observe while you are waiting...."

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  Re: Bone Cancer Treatment in Golden Retriever
Mon, 21 Jul 14 16:22:00 -0500

07/21/2014: Jessica from Medford, Nj: "Hello can you please give an update on your golden? I would also like more info about the Ted regimen?? aspirin ever hour for 4 hours ....??? My golden is about 118 lbs so any info you give I would greatly appreciate it you could provide amounts also?"

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  Re: Hypothyroidism in Dogs
Mon, 21 Jul 14 12:34:44 -0500

07/21/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "Hey Nayibe!

You state that your dog was diagnosed with hypothyroid in 2012 -did your vet at the time prescribe T-4 for her? This is a fairly inexpensive synthetic hormone that when dosed properly gives you a normal dog again. The overweight, the ongoing skin funk - these are all the result of your dog's compromised thyroid; dose the T-4 and these issues will resolve - really.

That said, Ted as usual has some excellent advise:

http://www.earthclinic.com/cures/hypothyroidism4.html#ted

He also has a dip you can bathe her in for the fungal infection on the skin:

http://www.earthclinic.com/pets/itchy-skin4.html#taf

Lastly, in addition to the above, you might consider adding borax to her drinking water - one quarter teaspoon to two liters of water and have that be her drinking water for a week to 10 days."

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  Re: Question on How to Use Turmeric for Dogs
Mon, 21 Jul 14 11:14:15 -0500

07/21/2014: Lori from California, US: "My boston terrier has allergies and yeast on skin. Everyone is talking about the great healing properties of tumeric for dog skin but I'm unclear if the concoction is dry tumeric (from grocery store) and water or just use tumeric root. What is better dry or fresh?"

Re: Hypothyroidism in Dogs
Mon, 21 Jul 14 11:10:40 -0500

07/21/2014: Nayibe from Raleigh, North Carolina: "I have a 9 year old cocker spaniel, buff color. She was diagnosed with hypothyroidism in 2012 after her second rabies vaccine, and since then I only have spent money in different vets: antibiotics, laser, acupuncture, etc. These last four months have been the worst. First a bacterial infection now this week fungal infection on her skin. Feeding her with ground beef and hard boiled eggs. Now she is taking antibiotics again and fluconazole for 14 days. I think it is too much for her. She is also overweight. I don't know what to do, what kind of food I can give her. Please help me . Thank you in advance and GOD BLESS ALL OF YOU. Please respond to me."

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  Re: Treating a Puppy With Ted's Dog Mange Cure (2)
Mon, 21 Jul 14 10:10:37 -0500

07/21/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "Hey Pam!

Please read up on seborrhea in dogs:

http://pets.webmd.com/dogs/dog-seborrhea

http://www.merckmanuals.com/vet/integumentary_system/seborrhea/overview_of_seborrhea.html

You mention bathing your dog in medicated shampoo; depending on the shampoo, you may already be doing what is needed to treat the seborrhea. If this were my dog I might continue with the anti-staph dips for another couple of weeks just to ensure the skin is truly clear from any staph or yeast infection.

The beef ribs don't sell as well as the pork ribs, so most grocery stores do not regularly carry them, but most stores are able to place special orders with their suppliers - or you might just cut to the chase and see if Pingels on Main Street carries them."

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  Re: Dog's Aural Hematoma Healed
Mon, 21 Jul 14 09:53:56 -0500

07/21/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "Hey Loraine!

Thanks for the follow up! How nice to know that you CAN take the 'do nothing' approach in this situation and simply allow the ear to heal in it's own good time!"

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  Re: Treating a Puppy With Ted's Dog Mange Cure (2)
Sun, 20 Jul 14 22:31:53 -0500

07/20/2014: Pam from Shawano, Wi: "So how do I treat the 'secondary seborrhea'. I gave her the Anti staph/anti fungal treatment, should I continue with this? I am also doing the Mange treatment 2 times a week now (it seems to be helping). I bathe her with medicated shampoo and have been rinsing with the diluted ACV. The sores are healed - just no hair yet. Plus she has not gotten any new ones since I started the Mange treatments. I have been giving her water with baking soda also. I gave her a chicken thigh bone and she shredded it in minutes. Will look for beef bone, all the stores here get boneless meat so no one has beef bones, even the restaurants use the boneless meat. Will keep looking for beef bone."

Re: Dog's Aural Hematoma Healed
Sun, 20 Jul 14 22:24:23 -0500

[YEA]  07/20/2014: Loraine from Orlando, FL: "Hey EC....How is everybody doing? A few months ago, I had wrote in to EC asking for help when my cockapoo came down with hematoma in one of his ears....well I had promised to let you guys know what worked for me so here I am.....hopefully this can help someone out there. After much research and some wonderful advice from you guys...I decided not to go ahead with the surgery which was costing me $400.00 plus my dog was going to be in a lot of pain as well, and just wait this thing out as was suggested by this one lady whose name I can't remember.....sorry....anyways, after six weeks, my dog's ear is back to normal...can't believe it even now..all I did was just leave it alone although sometimes, I would put some ice on it and rub a little arnica cream on it but other than that I pretty much leave it as is....a lot of people had said that the one ear would be kinda deformed....not this one...I am so grateful, this dog is my big baby...lol....hopefully, this can save someone's dog from surgery, a lot of pain and some money.....thanks for listening..."

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  Re: Treating a Puppy With Ted's Dog Mange Cure (2)
Sun, 20 Jul 14 22:19:39 -0500

07/20/2014: Om from Hope, Bc Canada: "Hi Pam --- it may be a simple thing such as disinfecting the collar and immersing it in the mite treatment.

Hope this helps.

Namaste, Om"

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  Re: Demodex and Blackheads
Sun, 20 Jul 14 19:49:15 -0500

07/20/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "Hey Debbie!

I have seen the blackheads on some of my worse demodex cases, so I would agree that the blackheads are dead mites/reaction to decomposing mites.

Demodex in a 3 year old dog is a concern, as demodex typically is associated with an undeveloped immune system. That you have it in a 3 year old may indicate an undiagnosed underlying condition such as hypothyroid.

The sores on the vulva sound like yeast complications - wiping with Ted's anti-fungal/anti-staph will help, or straight Milk of Magnesia or Apple Cider Vinegar. You may wish to alkalize your dog's drinking water - to combat the yeast internally - by giving 1 teaspoon of baking soda into 1 liter of water; this is a crisis dose to be given for 5 days and then drop down to one half or one quarter teaspoon to one liter of water."

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  Re: Treating a Puppy With Ted's Dog Mange Cure (2)
Sun, 20 Jul 14 19:44:38 -0500

07/20/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "Hey Pam!

I would offer the raw/rare beef rib bones for the shark mouth; chicken thigh bones are good for the molars, but for pulling out retained shark teeth you need sinew and cartilage, so give a beef bone or T bone if you can.

I think the itching with the collar is normal; I would make sure the collar is smooth on the inside, so there is no irritation caused by the collar. Do keep in mind that any attention you pay to her when she scratches only serves to reinforce the behavior, so ignore her when she has the collar on - she may quit the behavior in a few days if you simply ignore it. Can't hurt to try!

And I think you may be dealing with secondary seborrhea - I posted on it below."

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  Re: Treating a Puppy With Ted's Dog Mange Cure (2)
Sun, 20 Jul 14 19:40:57 -0500

07/20/2014: Theresa from Mpls., Mn: "Hey Pam!

Sounds like your min-pin has seborrhea:

http://pets.webmd.com/dogs/dog-seborrhea

Your dog's case could be considered 'secondary seborrhea' because it appears in connection with the demodex.

The bloody pustules on the back could be allergies or could be staph. If the scabs are healing over, I would give it time for the hair to come back.

I would certainly continue with the baking soda water as alkalizing often helps overcome some allergy symptoms."

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