Recent Pet Posts

  Re: Osteosarcoma in Dog

Sun, 08 Jul 18 19:17:44 -0700
Posted by Teena (Melbourne, Australia) on 07/08/2018

Our boy loves raw fresh or frozen chicken feet. Fresh they are gone in few seconds while frozen is a treat he loves to chew on. Maybe you can try this. I totally understand not wanting to stress further by changing/withholding food too much. But yes raw is best. Even rarely cooked liver will supply lots of vitamins n minerals. LI can be taken internally, but as it is a harsh detoxer maybe not recommended. Just add the kelp to meals. I would consider the topical in two stages, the Li and Dmso clove, possibly castor, then the aloe castor on after treatment to soothe the skin. Aloe oil I couldn't find either and settled for pure gel. I have only used internally on myself but it is great for inflammation. Janet has given great advice in particular to support the liver (toxin excretion) so you want that pathway clear. I am unsure on the sugar, having seen many protocols with and without, maybe reduce the amount of honey. I second the advice of ditching the calcium supps, do more harm than anything, if you want calcium get it from foods. And the Mg and K2 and D3 will direct it. Baking soda is another great suggestion for cancer remedy. The mineral rich baths, sea salt, clay, borax, baking soda Epsom salts will be very beneficial and soothing, getting minerals in and toxins out without going through the mouth (stressing Kalli). Please keep us posted any developments.

Best, Teena

Apple Cider Vinegar for Conjunctivitis in Cat

Sun, 08 Jul 18 09:41:36 -0700
Posted by Lisa (Fl) on 07/08/2018
5 out of 5 stars

So, I adopted a rescue cat 2 years ago. She was on eye medication at the time and I thought it was just an eye infection that would be cured shortly. Unfortunately we went back and forth to the vet 3x initially for new medications because nothing was curing the infection. She would go for maybe a week or 2 with drier eyes but then back it came. I was told that she probably had herpes virus and would have flare ups all her life. She has been on every medication that my Vet suggested. I have tried probiotics for a stronger immune system, TONS of lysine, colloidal silver. etc. Nothing has worked period. I don't use air diffusers, plug-ins, carpet powders, nothing that I think might irritate her eyes. SO.... for the past 2 days I've doused her back with organic and raw apple cider vinegar and her eye is BETTER! Not sure if I am going to have to do this on a daily basis but it matters not. My Fifi is better :) This is fantastic stuff!!!

  Re: Osteosarcoma in Dog

Sun, 08 Jul 18 09:37:26 -0700
Posted by Timh (Ky) on 07/08/2018

The diet protocol looks like a good one, with the exception of Hemp/CBD Oil given orally.

It is imperative to treat this condition also locally or topically. Here is a list of topical remedies that will bring very good results. Magnet Therapy (the stronger the magnet the better), For starters, double some refrigerator mags and wrap them around the affected area for an extended period of time. When taken off, apply a mixture of DMSO gel mixed with high ppm Colloidal Silver over the entire area. Hemp/CBD Salve applied liberally will help considerably.

Also is very beneficial for fighting cancer and improving overall condition is applying or rubbing some Vit-E Oil anywhere on the skin surface where it can be absorbed into the body. Lots of otc E Oils but not usually effective enough for serious conditions, so add a few punctured softgels of Tocotreinols into the bottle and shake well. To further the efficacy of the Vit-E, sprinkle CoQ10 from capsules onto his/her food. This will greatly help energy & oxygen levels in all the cells thus starving the cancer cells.

Another good topical remedy is to rub the affected area with Povidone Iodine. Moisten a washcloth with filtered water and then saturate with 10% P.I.

  Re: Osteosarcoma in Dog

Sun, 08 Jul 18 09:35:49 -0700
Posted by Dane Mom (Beloit, Wi) on 07/07/2018

Re: Teena from Melbourne Australia 07/03/2018:

Yes, emulsified, organic & Barleans brand 100% refrigerated flax oil. The honey + black seed oil does make me concerned because of the sugar. I am uneducated if the honey is really needed for the black seed oil to be effective. This is a good question for this Earth Clinic post.

We stopped kibble immediately and only knew of one way to feed her sugar/carb-free by the next meal; simmered meats (low temp, crock pot with water). I am trying to introduce raw meats to Kalli, but she is strongly resistant to eating it and I worry for her immune system and any stress of doing the "tough love" standoff with her for a few days. The furthest she has eaten for me, with skepticism, is some raw ground turkey mixed with cottage cheese. Is simmered meat worse than dry food, for cancer?

Updating: Hunting down the materials, we have just applied a 100% DMSO, iodine/iodide, castor oil, aloe Juice(?), clove oil mixture to her leg! Things I am unclear about are:

1) I could not locate aloe vera oil, even online. Is aloe oil what should be used?
2) Should any (all) of this be taken orally too, or is it most effective as a topical bone tumor treatment?
3) Am I doing it right.. anything else better/needed to reverse cancel cells?

  Re: Osteosarcoma in Dog

Sun, 08 Jul 18 09:35:19 -0700
Posted by Dane Mom (Beloit, Wi) on 07/07/2018

I am so happy to see these replies! I had been watching the Recent Post and not seeing my entry (?), but here it is and such great insight. Thank you. Mmsg Somewhere, Europe 06/30/2018 - This is totally new to my ears, can you tell me more about what/how/when. I am interested in ANYTHING that could reverse the osteosarcoma.

  Re: Osteosarcoma in Dog

Sun, 08 Jul 18 09:30:25 -0700
Posted by Helen Ahne (EC's F/B) on 07/08/2018

CBD oil.

  Re: Osteosarcoma in Dog

Sun, 08 Jul 18 09:28:19 -0700
Posted by Talei Sparkle (EC's F/B) on 07/08/2018

Maybe google black salve/ bloodroot for pets? Good luck x

  Re: Osteosarcoma in Dog

Sun, 08 Jul 18 09:27:07 -0700
Posted by Susan Shephard (EC's F/B) on 07/08/2018

I have been hearing a lot about the healing powers of high doses of vitamin C on people but not on animals. So good to hear.

  Re: Osteosarcoma in Dog

Sun, 08 Jul 18 09:25:53 -0700
Posted by John Carver (EC's F/B) on 07/08/2018

Intravenous Vitamin C... described and documented here: ... http://www.doctoryourself.com/ckorea2008.html
further reading here: ... http://www.doctoryourself.com/chemovitC.html

and here: ... whether Doctors or Veterinarians... same advice applies...
http://www.doctoryourself.com/strategies.html

and if you still aren't convinced simple Vitamin C cures cancer... in pets...
http://www.doctoryourself.com/animal_health.html

  Re: Bloat in Large Breed Dogs

Sat, 07 Jul 18 14:40:16 -0700
Posted by Jenny (Clare) on 07/07/2018

Reading Leann from Nashville comments on bloat are as you say spot on.

Today my dog has bloat. I wasn't sure that was what it was so I had a quick search on the internet and reading the symptoms on this post made me recognise that my feelings were correct. I rang the vet immediately and went straight there she's had some gas drawn from her and antibiotics as she's running a high temperature and another injection to help.

She is not out of the woods yet but like the post says, if you suspect that your dog has bloat don't hang around waiting to see. My little girl's gut hasn't twisted and she has no peritonitis but it's still very dangerous and needs a vet's attention!!

Questions About ACV for Cat Gums and Bacteria

Sat, 07 Jul 18 12:39:38 -0700
Posted by Vesper (Arlington, Va) on 07/07/2018

I found alittle redness on my young healthy 12 month old 8 lbs cat's fang and two tiny front teeth. I read on your site I could try ACV for gums, bacteria etc. And that it can be put in her water for other problems. I don't want it to give her "other" internal problems so, how do I know for how long to put it in her water?

  Re: Hydrogen Peroxide for Kennel Cough

Sat, 07 Jul 18 12:27:00 -0700
Posted by Denise (Massachusetts) on 07/06/2018

Something must be a typo - 35% HP should NEVER be ingested! HP is caustic. If you get it on your fingers it will make the skin go white. It will turn back to normal in about 10 minutes but you wouldn't want to do that to the insides!!!! 35% food grade HP has to be diluted, 1 part to 11 parts water. And do not take the stuff you get in the brown bottles from the pharmacy/supermarket, that is not for consumption as it has toxic stabilizers in it. A little caution, please! HP is wonderful but one must be careful with doses in this especially. It really is a great thing to know about Hydrogen Peroxide - miraculous!

 Re: Sudden Deafness Dog After Ear Infection

Sat, 07 Jul 18 12:26:12 -0700
Posted by Janet (In) on 07/06/2018

Kay West

We have very vaccine damaged dogs. One in particular just has ear problems. It seems over her lifetime, she has had 1 thing after the other.

We have treated with antibiotics, they wreaked havoc. To simple natural cures. Nothing has completely ended these issues.

Hearing loss, she had/has it. It turns out it was mites. Since her ears are cleaned and treated it was hard to understand. An inexpensive nontoxic trial of Teds mite remedy to her ears, may assist her hearing. I was shocked that this was it. As the other pets did not have them. Buy Smoky is a individual stand out girl!

I mix up large amounts during the summer, I treat yard, dogs, dogs, bedding, anyone walking by...lol.

It would be a good idea to mix this up in a 16 oz brown glass sprayer. It should last to do a full 3 months. The life span of mites. Although I do not know the different varieties, over the years this works, for all the things including fleas, pests.

In a 2qt pitcher, fill with spring water. Add 1/2 cup of 20 mule team borax. Let stand 1 hour. Pour into your jar. Do not pour in any remaining grains. Fill 95% add 1% hydrogen peroxide. So 99% solution 1% h2o2. Cap. Store water to make a refill.

Now we can spray smoky's ears. The wet flap allows some solution into ear. But it can be applied with a cotton makeup remover pad. It should leave the ear wettish or moist. So the solution penetrates down the curves of the ear structure. You will see results within a day. Better hearing.

I do this 2 days a week for 3 months. It assures you have killed them. I spray around bedding, favorite places, my husband chair. Grassy areas.

If nothing else it saves all that flea stuff that is so toxic.

As I said it was a surprise that this worked as the dogs get sprayed anyway. I had never done their ears with it. Her hearing improved 50%. But she struggles with yeast and other things too. It might help.

Janet

  Re: Hydrogen Peroxide for Dogs

Sat, 07 Jul 18 12:25:53 -0700
Posted by Denise W. (Vermont) on 07/06/2018

Cynthia, rocket fuel grade hydrogen peroxide is 90% whereas we are talking about 3% or 6%. Our bodies also make HP. Don't be so panicky. A lot of people on this site know what they are doing. The medical profession always tries to scaremonger. These are testimonies of real live incidents - it's like clinical trials outside of the laboratory. Clinical trials in a laboratory are done in totally controlled environments - quite unrealistic. Whereas this is real life, and it's what people have used for centuries. You really need to read up on HP as it is miraculous. Of course the medical industry will brow beat you because they don't want you believing something as easy as this works - there is way too much money to be made for you to believe their voices of doom. Please research a little and you will see for yourself. Question everything.

  Re: Osteosarcoma in Dog

Fri, 06 Jul 18 14:09:21 -0700
Posted by Janet (In) on 07/06/2018

Danes Mom,

For our dogs cancerous tumors, cannabutter was the fix. Ours were full of tumors. Also look up Rick Simpson oil. If you are in a state that offers medical pot all the better, as it works better. You may be able to travel to obtain it. If nothing else the pain relief would be helpful.

Bone cancer, I would use Teds internal, people remedies. In his bone cancer remedies. Sometimes in the US you can find Sabah snake grass on eBay or Amazon. It sells out fast.

I am not sure why you have added calcium to the regime. It will prevent absorption of all the good things you are doing. Free calcium in blood and organs it counterproductive.

Instead, to drive the good nutrients that he eats, the calcium that's there can be utilized better, you might want to add vitamin d3 and not supp. the calcium. This can be purchased in drops. Added to food. Our 40 lb dog and 70 lb dog get about 10,000 iu a day. The companions of d3 are magnesium, k2, selenium is very low in cancer patients.

So for k2, we use nattokinase which is a rich source, it'd properties are as an enzyme, cleans the blood of fibrin, debris. Easily. Given as a capsule, pushed down the throat or with applicator. Before any food.

Magnesium, this is a sticky wicket, you want to give him enough, a lot, yet he might get the runs. You need 2 avenues here, through the skin, diet.

Through the skin. If he will lay down in a kiddy pool or feet in buckets. Epsom Salts 1 cup, 1/2 cup 20 mule team borax, 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide. Peroxide oxygenates the body. Oxygen kills cancer. Borax removes cancer causing fluoride, makes the body rich in boron to displace the offender out. He needs magnesium in every inch of himself, to improve digestion, bone health, correcting bones and joints.

2nd magnesium strategy. Magnesium oil, buy magnesium flakes. In a mason jar, 60% flakes, 40% spring water. Let stand 1 hour. Cap and shake. Buy a 16 oz glass spray bottle. Fill with mag oil. Spray his tummy and legs and rub in, often.

Internal magnesium, 250 mg magnesium malate, it is rich in malate's helping keep stools firm, but digestible amount of mag with it. If his stools seem to hard add a drop or 2 of mag oil to his food, extra, will balance it out.

So now, selenium yeast 100mcg. This mineral gets depleted quick. Is an effective fungus candida fighter. Often part of cancers ability to grow.

Only give him fluoride free water, mineral or spring water, fluoride can undo all your good effort. A pinch in drinking water, of 20 Mule Team Borax, every third day will remove any in his body to promote your efforts.

Essiac, we use as a nutrient and cancer fighter.

1 tbsp of non GMO lecithin, on food. To get his liver clean free of bad fats, liver optimization is so important. 1x a day. The first week. Then every other day. So he does not have a herxmier reaction. Add 1/4 tsp of cilantro in food. Every other day. To remove heavy metals gently. Then after 1 week, 2 x a week.

Liver function must have b vitamins, a scoop of brewers yeast or dried liver to his food. You can add extra niacinamide, not niacin. This can be purchased as a powder. 1/4 tsp every day. Or open a capsule.

Baking soda, cancer killer. Alkalizing the body, circulation protector, brain protector, digestion helper. 2 tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar in a glass, add 1/2 tsp of baking soda, let fizz, add 1/2 glass of water. Pour 1/2 on breakfast 1/2 on dinner. Keeps alkalinity up to fight cancer.

Lysine remedy. For 3 days I mix this up as a solution. To give hourly doses for 4 hours in am. Through syringe. 1 liter of spring water. Add 8000 mg l lysine powder. 2000 mg l threonine powder. 1000 mg sodium ascorbate. Cap and shake. Mark bottle with 12 lines. 4 doses a day. syringe in, a dose an hour. Lysine only lasts 55 minutes in body. The reason this timing.

Topically.

Castor oil packs. Topically fighting the cancer. I would get an old threadbare towel. Fold it to fit his leg. 3 to 5 folds. Drop in a gallon ziploc. Add castor oil. To saturate. Use bag as squeegee, pull out towel or flannel. Lay flat. Add some sprays of magnesium oil. Put on his leg. Maybe with an ace bandage. If he will sit with it. Add a heating pad. 20 minutes. Castor oil tells the body, send healing here, now.

When our dogs have had challenges. I rub in some iodine. 5% lugols iodine. Near whatever I am treating. On us on the guinea pigs, cats and dogs. It boosts the body. Every other day then 1 or 2 x a week.

Food. Try to stick to organic non GMO it will help during this challenge.

DMSO. Can be added to castor oil pack. You must wash clean the treatment area as DMSO carries good and bad through the skin. But it is the magic of topical treatment as it penetrates like no other thing. Targeting that cancer head on.

These are my standards for treating our dogs. I might change things for different ailments, but these have worked. Sabah snake grass if available somewhere is worth the pursuit, from everything Ted has said. I had not found it until we were not needing it.

The first week I treat everyday. 2nd week I go to Ted's recommendation of 5 days on 2 days off. Those 2 days are to absorb the good and allow the body to dump garbage. Janet

Here is Ted's info

https://ted.earthclinic.com/cures/bone-cancer-treatment5.html

  Re: Apple Cider Vinegar for Mange in Cat

Fri, 06 Jul 18 10:36:32 -0700
Posted by Dorothy (Escondido, Ca) on 07/05/2018

Did your cat have soars or scabs or problems around her face and spine? Are you sure it was feline scabies? My stray cats are in such bad shape I need to catch them and help them, but I don't know which treatment (home remedy) to use. They have soars and bloody skin and loss of most of their hair. It is so sad. I wonder if vinegar, or Ted's Remedy will sting their bloody soars. It just makes me sick - the poor kitties. They will be hard to handle - I am thinking about dunking them into a small tub of solution.

Did your cat act like she was in pain from the vinegar?

  Re: Activated Charcoal for Parvo

Thu, 05 Jul 18 09:07:44 -0700
Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 07/05/2018

Hey Phyllis,

Glad to hear your pup is bouncing back! I just want to stress that even though all appears fine now that the virus is still in his/her system and you should continue treating for at least 10 more days. Also, your pup is shedding the live virus and should not be taken out into the public where you may inadvertently infect other dogs. Please keep us posted!

 Re: Basset Hound With Large Tumor in Lung

Thu, 05 Jul 18 09:03:02 -0700
Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 07/05/2018

Hey Matthew,

Some report good results by feeding turmeric, and Essiac tea. Please read up on the human side of EC for remedies that will apply to both humans and pets.

 Re: Sudden Deafness Dog After Ear Infection

Thu, 05 Jul 18 09:02:45 -0700
Posted by Theresa (Mpls., Mn) on 07/05/2018

Hello Kay,

Certain ear meds are known to be 'ototoxic' - read about them here:

https://www.dailydogdiscoveries.com/ear-drops-may-be-making-your-dog-deaf/

Some feel that an allergy to the medication is a factor. The condition could well be permanent, however, if this were my dog I would try homeopathic thuja or homeopathic silicea.

 Re: Sudden Deafness Dog After Ear Infection

Wed, 04 Jul 18 14:28:21 -0700
Posted by Kay West (Carmel Ca) on 07/04/2018

I took my beloved Maltese baby to the vet for a skin condition and he said he had some build up in his ears and gave me an ointment of panalog, conofite and cerumen for 6 days (with flushing every 3 days). After 6 days I noticed hearing issues. He went from a 10 in hearing down to about a 2. The vet said he never saw this happen before and gave him steroids which brought it back to about a 5. I tried acupuncture (which worked on my ears when I temporarily lost hearing) but didn't work for him. I believe the nerve/hairs are damaged in his canal. Has anyone found any solutions?


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