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  • Horse and Dog immunity   Undomiel   6h  C
     
    I have a 9 yr. old intact female dog (Black Lab mix) who has the following symptoms: ... ... -Chronic ear infections ... -Blood in urine ... -Benign mammary tumors ... -1 larger mammary tumor that grew until I switched to ... a grain free food. Has since stopped growing and ... seems to be getting softer and oozing small ... amounts of brownish tinted clear liquid from the ... nipple ... -Great energy levels, very alert, eating and drinking ... normally ... ... I have previously ”treated” her with the following: ... ... -10 days of Colloidal silver ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Dog attracted to Colloidal Silver   archus   17h  C
     
    ... Hello All: ... ... ... I am so glad to tell you all that this website has helped me in many ways. Now it is helping my dog, who has lymph node cancer. ... ... ... Today an amazing thing happened which I have read here in various messages. I gave my dog small amount (1 teasponfull) of Colloidal Silver in a full bowl of filtered water. I was disappointed that she stopped drinking out of that bowl totally. So I added a few more spoons and she still would not drink from it. So I got another bowl out and just poured 5 tablespoons of CS in it without water. She fought that also for a while. Then when I ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Worming Dogs   Ohiogurl   19h
     
    I also posted this in the Parasites:Rx Drugs Against Parasites before I found the proper thread... We have a puppy that weighs 55lbs. We had him on trifexis that covered intestinal and heart worm and fleas but he kept throwing it up so he’s off that now and we’re looking into something else. The vet suggested heartgard but I see that’s simply Ivermectin and Pyrantel. My question, can I just buy those two medicines separately in a suspension and give him the dose based on his weight each month instead of paying big bucks for Heartgard? And what do you guys recommend we add for flea control ...   [retrieve this message]
  • African Weiner Dog!LOL!   CLEW   7d  C
     
    Here’s a shot of the ever ~elusive~ African weiner dog: ... ... http://curezone.com/upload/_I_J_Forums/Just_for_fun/African_wiener_dog_256.jpg   [End]
  • A Deadly Virus Has Killed As Many As Six Million Pigs in th...   nonviolentfood   15d  C
     
    ... A Deadly Pig Virus Has Killed As Many As 6 Million Pigs In the US, Canada And Mexico ... ... Factory farm conditions of filth are one of the factors in the development of this deadly virus ... ... A pig virus has killed millions of piglets in Canada, Mexico and the US. 27 states at present are affected, with the most in Iowa, Minnesota, North Carolina and Illinois. Major media have not until now carried the story. ... ABC Disney and Breitbart are blaming China for a pig virus while the world’s biggest pig producer is Smithfield of Virginia, with slaughterhouses and factory farms in Virginia, North Ca ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Killed Off Parasites Success Story but I have a question   omgood   17d  C
     
    Hi all. I am new to this forum and would like to share a success story with you but I also have a question. ... ... I have a very small dog, a tiny Chihuahua who had tapeworms since I got her. Her previous owner said she gave her deworming medicine but I don’t know if I believe her because I was finding so many tapeworms every day in her bedding and in her stool for at least 5 months. I didn’t want to give her any medicine so I tried my own energy healing method on her which I use on basically everything with pretty good results. It didn’t seem like it worked at first because for 3 days after I ...   [retrieve this message]
    • First what makes you think it’s tapeworms and not roundworm...   Soly047   17d
       
      First what makes you think it’s tapeworms and not roundworms? ... ... Second what is your ”energy healing method”? ... ... A to your Q: You can’t. Nobody can ever be sure they all gone. Even with many ’all clear tests’ you can miss them.   [End]
      • Well I looked up the symptoms of roundworms and she is neve...   omgood   17d
         
        Well I looked up the symptoms of roundworms and she is never sick in fact she seems quite healthy. Her last doctors appointment they said she was healthy and they did a fecal test and said everything was fine.. well they didn’t find any worms but she was still passing them when we got home. ... ... I also looked up tapeworms and it says when they die they look like golden rice. And to quote ”Occasionally they can be seen moving on the hairs around the anus or on the surface of freshly passed feces. ” ... This describes what she used to have perfectly. She used to scoot around trying to rub them of ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Somebody who used to write here a while back mentioned a ta...   #154965   17d
       
      Somebody who used to write here a while back mentioned a tapeworm challenge. ... ... I don’t know if You can give that a little dog, ... it is cayenne pepper. ... ... Just buy some capsules and take them every day, ... the rice You will find in Your stool are tapeworm segments. Tapeworms come out in segments mostly, not as a whole worm. ... ... Since You say You sleep with the dog in the same bed You might as well take the cayenne pepper Yourself. If she really has tapeworms You will have them also by now.   [End]
    • Personally I would give my dog a worming medicine.   Ohiogurl   18h
       
      Personally I would give my dog a worming medicine.   [End]
  • HELP PLEASE, Cat DYING   bjornbjorn   21d
     
    I have a 3 year old cat that had sudden weight loss, she has been this weigh for 2 months now. I took her to the vet in the beginning and he did x rays blood test and they all came back with nothing. ... ... Her is what is wrong, ... ... She has lost a lot of weight, almost bones now. ... She isnt as energetic bud loves to play with cat wands ... She eats and drinks and goes to the bathroom fine ... No vomiting of any kind ... ... What should I do and what could the problem be?   [End]
  • Do Vegan Prisoners Have A Right To Nonviolent Food?   nonviolentfood   31d  C
     
    Do Vegan Prisoners Have A Right To Nonviolent Food? ... ... ... NONVIOLENT FOOD: POSITIVE CHANGE ... ... Jails serving higher percentages of vegan food find health care expense and food costs are reduced ... and that prisoners are more peaceful because of less adrenalin and uric acid in the diet. ... **** ... ... The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit held in a case that ”when a person sincerely ... holds beliefs dealing with issues of ‘ultimate concern’ that for her occupy a ... ‘place parallel to that filled by ... God in traditionally religious persons,’ those beliefs ... represent her religion.” ... Beliefs ” ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Amazing Castor Oil and my Dog's Cyst   R archus   33d  C
     
    Hello All, ... ... My dog has Lymph node cancer and she is doing better than expected. Two days ago she became very lethargic and showed signs of declining health. I was patting her and she screamed, when I realized there is a cyst on her right thigh. She could not walk properly or sit properly either. It was very soft to touch. She would normally stretch before we go out for a walk, I mean really stretch her whole body, but she could not do that either. ... ... The only thing I knew was to make her fast or apply Castor Oil. I slowly rubbed Castor oil on the cyst. Very next morning she moved a litt ...   [retrieve this message]
  • worst day of my life was wed...now its friday.   John McCain 2008   55d
     
    It was easier than yesterday. I woke up about 6am and was thinking about her early years, of all things. My Sheltie used to run, run, run in a figure 8 around our dining room table then back into the family room around the coffee table, all the while I was planted right smack in the middle of the 8. She’d run, run, run so fast four about 5 completions then with her tongue waggin out in exhaustion...stand right next to me wanting some affection. I kept thinking about those moments. She loved it when I rubbed her ears, that sweet face closing her eyes, soaking up the lov’in. I can see ...   [retrieve this message]
    • So sorry John. I have not washed the blanket Fluffy layed ...   mo123   55d
       
      So sorry John. I have not washed the blanket Fluffy layed on while she was sick. Tomorrow is 2 weeks and I still cry. I hope you feel better soon. Life is basically crap. Nothing worse than little fur friends who pass on. I know.   [End]
      • I have little one’s bedding still folded on the patio outsi...   John McCain 2008   55d
         
        I have little one’s bedding still folded on the patio outside. I’ve got her bags of kibble food in a plastic grocery bag. She didn’t like the prescription food too much so we mixed in some kibble to get her to eat something. Her kidney prescription canned food there, too, and her unused vials of 0.9% sodium chloride, few unused needles. Her double bowl feeder cleaned and put to the side off the kitchen where it had been a fixture forever it seems. Little Sheltie had her own spot, her space. No plans to do anything with it just now, in an emotional holding pattern...what you say...I get.   [retrieve this message]
        • Well I had decided to wash the cover today, but just could ...   mo123   55d
           
          Well I had decided to wash the cover today, but just could not. Started the washing machine up, but then there was this pang that said not today. ... ... While everyone says to go on Fluffy would not want this I have to admit I feel guilty if I don’t think and mourn some today. ... ... Fluffy had a twin named Miss Tammer and each day Tammer is so sad. The day I came home from the vet with an empty bag was the day Tammer went batso. ... ... I try to talk to my other cats and explain but they see mom cry and so very sad. This morning Miss Tammer came to lay with me as I was so sad and I asked her if t ...   [retrieve this message]
  • i witnessed firsthand sedation through steel cold death...s...   R John McCain 2008   56d
     
    I woke up today about 5:30am thinking of my little dog, I never wake up this early. Couldn’t get her little face and big eyes and long nose out of my mind. Restless, kind of like self torture in a a way. I went to the moment of yesterday when she was sedated, then to death...that exact moment in time. I witnessed EXACTLY when comforting sedation took affect and EXACTLY when death froze her still. Nothing prepares a loving parent for this moment, nothing. I’m in unknown territory here, nobody talks about this part of a pet owner’s life. If you’re reading this now I doubt anyone like ...   [retrieve this message]
    • All pet lovers can relate to you. My husband always goes al...   hanna   56d
       
      All pet lovers can relate to you. My husband always goes alone on the last trip, ... I am too emotional,but I remember all the last goodbyes of the 2 dogs and several cats. You never forget.   [End]
      • My daughter and I....   Southern Belle   56d
         
        My daughter and I took my Mom’s dog to the vet a couple of weeks ago......same thing. Laura held her as the vet gave her the first shot and she almost left us then. It was comforting knowing she would be in no more pain. My Mom was so reluctant to let her go, so the poor thing suffered the last few months. ... ... I am like Hanna. My husband has always taken our pets. The last pet we lost was 18 and we had gotten a new puppy three months earlier, so losing our old friend was not as hard because we had a new friend. ... ... One thing about it........the way you described your pet shows you are a ...   [retrieve this message]
      • Re: i witnessed firsthand sedation through steel cold death...   Alexa86   20d
         
        I have only had to say good bye to one kitty and it was so hard on me.   [End]
    • So sorry John. I recently lost my beloved Fluffy at the ha...   mo123   56d
       
      So sorry John. I recently lost my beloved Fluffy at the hands of misguided vets. Whether they did it on purpose or by accident, he went in walking, talking, eating and more and came out so weak he could not hold his head up. This was 4 days mind you. After the head of the clinic paniced seeing what happened he promised he could save Fluffy with 24 hour care but Fluffy went into a coma and died 12 days ago. ... ... Nothing prepares you is right but like you I would not trade the time I had with Fluffy. He was my love, my best friend and my companion for such a short time. ... ... Not sure how l ...   [retrieve this message]
  • ive thought about this now and i have some advice for pet o...   RR John McCain 2008   57d
     
    As you read in the post before, just a few hours have passed since my sweet little one was put down. My mind is a little clearer, still sad, but I’ve been thinking about some of the posts here wanting to go after that miracle cure and this miracle potion to prolong a dog’s life. I think I’ve come to a healthy conclusion... ... ... I prolonged my dog’s life another 6 weeks with fluids, medications, intense attention...all the while at that time of diagnosis I WASN’T READY TO LET HER GO, she was ready then. It was as a shock to me. I heard things I’d never imagined. My wife sensed it and eve ...   [retrieve this message]
    • All what you are saying is so true. The hardest thing is to...   hanna   57d
       
      All what you are saying is so true. The hardest thing is to think of the animal first. Not looking for miracles but keep the animal comfortable. We have gone through it, after our first dog died after 12 years we knew we always wanted a dog. ... We decided to get an older rescue dog to give it a good home. He was 7 years old and we knew that in probably 5 years we had to go through it again. It happened again in September. Of course it was difficult again, but we used pain medication to keep him comfortable. One day he could ... not walk anymore and we knew this was the time. He was still waggi ...   [retrieve this message]
      • What we learned from a foster dad. It was a young man and h...   R hanna   57d
         
        What we learned from a foster dad. It was a young man and he always came with different dogs to the dog park. One day ... we went to the dog beach and there was the man with another dog and we said that was a long drive for you and he said yes but she has cancer and I want to give her a good time. ... John I hope you will think of another dog too. It can’t replace your other dog but ... you will be surprised how good it feels to see another animal happy.   [End]
      • I understand 100% Hanna. We dog people get this. We give ...   John McCain 2008   56d
         
        I understand 100% Hanna. We dog people get this. We give our precious little ones a great life knowing that the day will come to say goodbye forever. You’re never prepared for it, there’s no good system other than caring for the dog’s pain first. Humane, comforting, quiet, loving way to end life. I awakened this morning at 5:30am and couldn’t stop thinking about her until 7. Today will be rough...   [End]
  • putting a dog down just might be the worst feeling in life.   John McCain 2008   57d  C
     
    My sweet little dog...this morning I had to do what all pet owners eventually have to face...putting their best friend to sleep forever. She had exhausted all remedies, all miracles, the vet and my wife agreed that it was best for my dog. I knew it was best myself, I know that, it’s just so hard to do it. Nothing this sad, deep inside that doesn’t let go. You think about all the licks on the face, the walks, the playing, the sweet little face greeting you every single day of her life. That little dog was all about...you. And now it’s morning and I’m holding this dog in my arms like I ...   [retrieve this message]
    • My sympathies for you and your family. It is the hardest th...   archus   53d
       
      My sympathies for you and your family. It is the hardest thing to face. Oh! I feel for you. We are facing the same thing but do not know how long my dog has. She has lymph node cancer and it may spread. We caught it early so I am trying Turmeric and Lugol’s iodine which have helped many dogs. ... ... Time will heal my friend. We are making an album in my dogs memory. At least we are planning, god knows if she will fight it and be better. ... ... Peace, ... Archus   [End]
    • ... I would like to offer my sincere condolences on the pas...   SoulfulSurvivor   53d
       
      ... I would like to offer my sincere condolences on the passing of your beloved pet.  Absolutely, the pain of losing a pet is a different type of grieving, entirely. ... ... ... ... In the past 3 years, I lost 4 pets.  In processing this grief, I came to a realization that pets provide human beings with agape - unconditional love.  Love without constraints.  Something that we human beings can only aspire to.  And, perhaps, that is the reason that we typically outlive our pets.  They love us regardless of whether or not we're physically beautiful, fit, emotionally hea ...   [retrieve this message]
      • Yes, I agree that pets offer something that human beings do...   John McCain 2008   53d
         
        Yes, I agree that pets offer something that human beings do not. I have always heard from pet people, dog people most often that the owners loved their pets more than most people they’ve ever known in their lives. I get that. I’ve met a ton of people in my life, thousands on first name basis...and I really would only trade my little dog for maybe...10 of ’em. Maybe. People often disappoint, in fact, most people you meet in life will disappoint you. Dogs rarely do. They offer their love and tenderness day after day after day with enthusiasm and joy, unlike any living creature I know ...   [retrieve this message]
    • My condolences to you. I know how hard it is to lose a pet.   BlueRose   53d
       
      My condolences to you. I know how hard it is to lose a pet.   [End]
      • My vet sent us a nice card today, hand written, about how w...   John McCain 2008   41d
         
        My vet sent us a nice card today, hand written, about how wonderful we treated our little dog throughout her life and all. Said that we did the ”caring and humane” thing by putting her to sleep. That was very nice, much appreciated and vets are in a tough, tough spot during end of life. I couldn’t do that job.   [End]
  • House Cat Parasite Showing Up In Arctic Whales   CLEW   67d  C
     
    ”Researchers believe an influx of house cats to the arctic is responsible for the spread of Toxoplama gondii to whales.” ... ... http://www.sciencedaily.com/videos/661789.htm   [End]
  • The New Biology @ The Carnicom Institute   CLEW   3mo  C
     
    A brand new paper written by founder Clifford Carnicom of the Carnicom Institute: ... ... ”It is generally perceived that the so-called ”Morgellons” issue is primarily, if not exclusively, a human condition. It is not. It will be found that this condition actually represents a fundamental change in the state and nature of biology as it is known on this earth. The evidence now indicates and demonstrates that there is, at the heart of the ”condition”, a new growth form that transcends, as a minimum, the plant and animal boundaries.” ... ... http://www.carnicominstitute.org/html/webdesigner/newbi ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Natural Deworming Dogs (French Bulldogs)   bjornbjorn   3mo
     
    I have 2 french bulldogs puppies (6months) One is losing a little bit of hair and the other is dragging their bum on the carpet. I believe it to be worms. ... ... What is the best natural de wormer for dogs? ... ... Please help as I dont want to give them the poison the vet offers.   [End]
  • Blocked tear duct in pet dog   Sagetoo   3mo
     
    Just thought I should pass on some good news. Our vet is very knowledgeable in alternative health solutions for our dogs. ... Recently our labradoodle had a blocked tear duct following an infection. His advice was to place a drop of black slightly salted tea in the corner of her eye twice a day for a couple of days. It has worked liked a charm. Just ordinary fairly strong black tea with a pinch of salt to about half a cup. Apparently it is very astringent. ... ...   [End]
  • deworming with pumpkin seeds   #125342   3mo
     
    ... ... ... No sooner did my beloved cat pass over then a young ginger tom cat started visiting and eating bread and birdseed on my garden lawn and can only assume it is a stray, or has worms! From what I have read too, it’s really dangerous in cats to starve or go hungry ie not eat..for more than three days, thereafter irreversible damage can happen thats why when they go off food it’s to take note and seek help or address it pronto. ... ... That’s why i’m feeding him..it eats huge amounts in one go ... and yesterday even after he bolted his food on his way out of the garden he even stopped to pi ...   [retrieve this message]
    • it seems with further study the entire seed can be used..i ...   #125342   3mo
       
      it seems with further study the entire seed can be used..i retrieved an autumn pumpkin from the garden and whizzed the seeds through a handheld soup blender first before putting the mixture through a coffee grinder. Added some water and salmon oil from capsules(for health and to make it more appetising) just enough to bind the mixture and compress it into 1/2 tsp pellets from a measuring spoon(1/4 tsp per meal for a cat based on 2 meals a day apparently)placed on a baking tray to then freeze..then bagged them up and there’s enough for 4months from 1medium sized pumpkin!!!! one is defroste ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Desperately need urgent advice for my sick dog   Jessence   5mo
     
    I have a 14 year old cocker spaniel named Jake. He was diagnosed a few years ago with Cushing’s Disease, but that is just one of many health issues my boy is facing. ... ... Last week he stopped eating. I thought maybe he just had a stomach bug at first, and he was still drinking plenty of water, but days passed and still no eating. We took him to our vet who has the ”he’s old, and untreatable” mentality who gave him a shot of Famotidine and Cerenia and sent us home with an appetite stimulant. She also told us she felt a large mass around his spleen, but did no blood work, x-ray or ultrasound. ...   [retrieve this message]
    • The hardest time is when our pets get old. How much treatme...   hanna   5mo
       
      The hardest time is when our pets get old. How much treatment to try or let the dog decide. We just lost our 12 year old dog 2 months ago. It only started with limping and after 2 weeks we ... took him to the vet. He gave us medication for 1 week and then ... he did a x-ray since there was no progress. There were several spots on the x-ray and we found he had aggressive bone cancer. ... We gave him pain medication, spoiled him with fresh organic hamburger and he died 2 weeks later, still happy but could not walk anymore. Very hard on us but we felt good that he did not have to suffer anymore. ... Your ...   [retrieve this message]
      • I’d look up diatomaceous earth for dogs. I give it to my p...   sunmoonstars   5mo
         
        I’d look up diatomaceous earth for dogs. I give it to my pup as a natural dewormer but it looks like it’s helped for a lot of ailments. Food Grade though.   [End]
      • Yes, sometimes we just have to let go of them. I did with m...   Ginagirl   5mo
         
        Yes, sometimes we just have to let go of them. I did with my elder cats last year, and I cried a river, two. ... ... But I like to fight diagnosis, so I believe you can prolong your dog`s life, make it good. First thing is the selenium content of the kibbles; if it is right; 0,8 mg of selenium per 120 gram (serving size) ... that is a whopping 800 mcg per serving for a small dog, for a larger one, 3 times as much?? ... ... I would drop this food all together, unless they have done a mg / mcg mistake, happens quite often; or that the number should be 0,008mg. This happens often too.. ... I would give her r ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Hi dear for your sick dog you can use the folowing tranfer ...   arima   5mo
       
      Hi dear for your sick dog you can use the folowing tranfer factor has no side effect if your dog eadi g sprinkle it on there dry or wet food if not eating mix it with a small amount of water and use a syringe give one a day the increase and he will be healed god will I use as well healing crystaks please send me a message if you need further information blessings.   [End]
      • I kept my little dog alive for another 6 weeks, but I know ...   John McCain 2008   57d
         
        I kept my little dog alive for another 6 weeks, but I know exactly how you feel...and today we put her to sleep. It’s something I consider to be the hardest thing in my life I’ve ever done. I’m 51, done a lot of things in this life, seen a lot of death...this was the toughest. I truly believe that sometimes we keep our pet alive for ourselves more than it is for them. If you can power through your emotional attachment, you probably know that putting your friend down is the right thing to do. Not the easiest, damnit, I just did this 2 hrs ago and I’m incredibly, deeply in a state of sa ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Jerky Alert!   CLEW   6mo  C
     
    ... On the serious subject of jerky, I have found mold growing on human ”Jack Links” jerky inside the sealed package. Twice! A search showed the company has many mold complaints going back five years... Gag! ... ... This health announcement came from my vet’s office: ... ... Since 2007, FDA has become aware of an increasing number of illnesses in pets associated with the consumption of jerky pet treats. As of September 24, 2013, FDA has received approximately 3000 reports of pet illnesses which may be related to consumption of the jerky treats. ... ... IMPORTANT: Not all jerky treats on the market are affe ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Image Embedded Please Don't Eat The Iguana!   CLEW   6mo  C
     
    http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=241540 ... ... ”THE Biosecurity Authority of Fiji has warned people not to eat the American iguana following latest reports that it can transmit salmonella bacteria to humans if consumed. ... ... The report said in Florida in America and Puerto Rico and Mexico, the American iguanas devour large quantities of ornamentals and damage landscape planting of hotels and resorts. ... ... ”In addition they like to sunbathe in areas where tourists also like to sunbathe,” the report stated. ... http://curezone.com/upload/_M_Forums/iguanacaption.jpg ... ... http://www.greenigsociety.or ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Innova dog food company has been sold   hanna   6mo
     
    This used to be our favorite company, but they have a lot of recalls lately. They might have been sold to Proctor&Gamble. ... ... I am now looking into Wellness and Blue Buffalo they both sound better. ... ... http://www.chewy.com   [End]
  • Mother Nature’s Most Unnatural-Looking Plants & Animals   CLEW   7mo  C
     
    These things look almost fake! A platypus doesn’t exactly look natural either. ... ... ... ... http://webecoist.momtastic.com/2012/09/24/mother-natures-most-unnatural-looking-plants-animals/   [End]
  • Passing along a new idea that I am trying, for a beloved pe...   R wellness_woman   7mo  C
     
    Hi everyone: ... ... My husband and I are big cat lovers. Currently we have five, all rescues, three directly from the street. ... ... They suffer from various ailments and in particular, my beloved Pun, who is 14 years old, hasn’t been eating. I took her to my vet, a nice guy who is very honest and caring but isn’t particularly holistic in outlook. He showed me a growth in her mouth. ... ... He said it was hard to test cats because even with the biopsies the samples were sometimes too small, and cutting an invasive cancer would make it worse (if it is cancer - we are not sure). ... ... I called the local vet ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Thank you for sharing. It is important to try all the alter...   hanna   6mo
       
      Thank you for sharing. It is important to try all the alternatives. Many years ago our cat had jaw cancer and ... the vet suggested surgery. When I read up on it I found out ... he would be miserable plus they said it would may be only give him an extra 6 months. We just kept him comfortable with supplements and pain killers. ... Our 12 year old dog died a month ago, he had been limping and we found out too late he had bone cancer. I already had started on supplements and IP6 for the cancer, but it was too late. At least he died happily with his tail wagging, ... though for us humans it was not easy b ...   [retrieve this message]
      • Thank you for your kind reply. It is often I think the deep...   wellness_woman   6mo
         
        Thank you for your kind reply. It is often I think the deepest sign of love to let a loved one or pet go in a loving and supportive way, as difficult as that is. That is a great gift for them. ... I can report my Pun is at least eating heartily, a bit of a miracle given her undefined tooth / gum issues which I know must be painful. I attribute this to a product from HAMPL, called mouth ulcer, a homeopathic remedy (link below). I am also feeding her high quality human protein with cat specific vitamin supplements rather than raw food (she won’t touch it - I tried) or canned / dry food (she a ...   [retrieve this message]
      • I am very happy to report that I took my darling Pun to my ...   R wellness_woman   5mo
         
        I am very happy to report that I took my darling Pun to my honest, kind but old-fashioned vet. He termed the results a ”miracle.” Her tumor is gone. She has a lesion in the side of her mouth but she is heavier and much more robust than she has been in a long time. ... Here are some things to try for your beloved pets with cancer that I have determined helped my pun and may help you: ... 1) Avoid shots. There is a titrate they can perform that will measure the amount of protection in the animal. Most shots can last a lifetime. Insist on the titrate if they insist on the shot. ... 2) Avoid plastic di ...   [retrieve this message]
  • My cat has a malignant tumour. Please Help!   Mylymphact   8mo
     
    Luella I am new on your site and would very much appreciate your advice on the following ailment I have with my 5 year old cat. ... ... She had once a beautiful little pink nose, but been a sun worshiper she developed a nasty looking black scab/sore on said nose. She had a biopsy done and was found to be a malignant tumour. ... I have been giving her 3mls doses 4 to 5 times a day of CDS (Chlorine Dioxide Solution made from MMS) in her wet food every day for over a month now, but have not seen an improvement in her condition. ... ... She however does not show signs of been sick other than vigourously cl ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Just noticed your post. We just lost our dog to bone cancer...   hanna   7mo
       
      Just noticed your post. We just lost our dog to bone cancer. ... Only a couple of weeks before that I also did what you are doing. In my searches I found that people use IP6. When I went to Amazon I saw several people were using it, you might have to read also the comments. ... We had once a cat with jaw cancer and when I read about the surgery they only gave the cat an extra few months. Usually ... they don’t tell you that and we hate to let our animals to go through the surgery. We rather try supplements and if they have pain we give pain medication just to keep them ... comfortable.   [End]
  • Image Embedded Join us today on The Best Years in Life Radio as Holistic C...   LuellaMay   8mo
     
         The Best Yea rs in Life Radio Show Special Guest for August 14th is Holistic Gourmet Chef Barry Anderson ... ... Holistic Chef Barry Anderson joins us today, Wednesday, August 14th, on The Best Years in Life Radio.  Holistic Chef Barry hails from Phuket, Thailand and the discussion will center around nutrition and nature, supplements, and the diet industry.  We will also talk about nutrition for pets. ... ... To read more about Holistic Chef Barry please visit: ... ... http://www.tbyil.com/TBYIL_Radio.htm ... ...   The show will air today, Wednesday, August 14th, from 4: ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Long term bowel problems   Raynbo   8mo
     
    About a year ago Baka got me up in the middle of the night several times to pass some wet stool and a lot of gel. Sometimes only gel. I put him of a rice and boiled chicken diet...and he got better. There have been ups and downs however, and now he is getting really bad again. His Alk Phosphatase levels have also spiked from a normal of 131 to 859. He is 11 years old and had also had some thinning of his hair. ... ... I have been to two vets, with no diagnosis. The holistic vet tried to say he had addison’s or cushing’s, and the internist absolutely not, that his Alk P levels were not th ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Cushings support for dogs   paraboy   8mo  C
     
    Thought this article may help someone who’s dog has cushings or even to figure out what to do for a human. ... ...   ... ... Proof Positive that Adrenal Rebalancing is Possible, Even in the Face of Multiple Symptoms ... ... By Dr. Becker ... ... ... I met Mazie Grace in August 2009, when she was eight years old and suffering with recurrent urinary tract infections and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)-related issues. ... ... Fortunately, we were able to get both issues under control by eliminating the carbs in her diet that were causing Mazie’s GI and bladder inflammation, decreasing mucosal resili ...   [retrieve this message]
  • my cat is sick and unhappy   fireass   9mo
     
    hey guys, ... ... my cat has been sick for a while, i don’t know if i should take him to the vet, i don’t have a lot of money - im afraid mainstream treatment won’t work. ... ... he’s been getting thinner hair & hes losing it, losing weight, sleeping more, eating less, and he’s not playful and happy like before. we took him to the vet a while ago, and he got a dewormer or something like that, but the doctor said if he didn’t get any better we need to take some blood tests - and i dont think i can afford it. ... ... does anyone have any experience with this? is there any thing i can do to make him feel wi ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Give your cat a little foodgrade diatomaceous earth in his ...   CLEW   9mo
       
      Give your cat a little foodgrade diatomaceous earth in his water. It’s inexpensive, absorbs toxins, supplies trace minerals and can help remove parasites. Also other type clays can be good. Just don’t give too much that it plugs up the works-if u know what I mean... ... ... I really don’t know about giving iodine or CS to cats.   [End]
    • You could give this a try, it’s natural prebiotics and dige...   Megabite   9mo
       
      You could give this a try, it’s natural prebiotics and digestive enzymes for Cats. You can buy it at Petco, or online. I’m not sure if other Pet Stores sell it. ... ... You may have to buy a small medicine syringe to administer it to him by mouth though, it’s a powder and you have to mix it up. ... ... ... ... http://reviews.petco.com/3554/15188/in-clover-in-clover-fresh-digest-daily-digestive-enzymes-prebiotics-for-cats-reviews/reviews.htm ... ... ...   [End]
  • Veterinarian Discovers New Fungal Species   CLEW   9mo  C
     
    ... ... http://news.vin.com/VINNews.aspx?articleId=27702   [End]
  • Arthritic pain and elbow callus - could DMSO use help?   #121884   9mo  C
     
    Hello, ... ... Dealing with the problem of arthritic pain and occasional inflammation at the 9 years old golden retriever dog. ... ... Thanx God, goldie survived two same time active tick borne diseases: boreliosis and anaplasmosis. ... ... At the last detection vet test the dog was tested/detected as negative for boreliosis bacteria. ... ... So in last few half an year, thanx God, he seemed to return in almost normal life conditions. ... ... But there are periodically limping problems in front legs. ... While observing this repetition it is the speculation that as anwser on weather changes ( before some raining fr ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Hi, I have been rescuing dogs for years, those that are to ...   jamyang   9mo
       
      Hi, I have been rescuing dogs for years, those that are to old or have other issues remain with me and the rest are adopted out. I have used dmso on dogs, horses and myself. I always wash and dry the area first, sometimes tricky with a horse! It has brilliant results, I have elderly dogs and horses at the moment, one of the ponies is 34. We give human fish oil tablets to the dog, liquid kelp is brilliant, apple cider vinegar. Two of the dogs are 13 and since starting this they have resumed their 2-3km rides with me. A green paw paw poultice would help with the callous, grate paw paw wrap ...   [retrieve this message]
      • I agree DMSO is great but the smell is a bit of a challenge...   Steve888   9mo
         
        I agree DMSO is great but the smell is a bit of a challenge. I have had excellent success reducing all types of arthritic pain using a laser therapy pen.   [End]
      • Woow, grateful for encouraging experiences. ... So you are ...   IvanDrvaric   9mo
         
        Woow, grateful for encouraging experiences. ... So you are suggesting to be more agile in DMSO using. ... But you did not supplement DMSO with any remedy for inflamamtion just pure DMSO? ... Happened to have DMSO 95% solution. IS this ok? ... ... Human fish oil tablets... ... ... At the age 13 dog able to accompany you for 2-3 km this is encouraging and to consider your pattern. ... ... Green paw poultice for calluses in calico not in direct touch with skin ? ... ... Thank you.   [End]
        • I use information from many forums and one is MMS. About 4 ...   hanna   9mo
           
          I use information from many forums and one is MMS. About 4 weeks ago our 12 year old rescue dog started falling down and shaking his head. The vet said the outer ear looked ok and he found one sore spot on his spine. He had been limping too. ... I remembered this link http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1347549 ... ... ... I started with putting the MMS in his drinking water and tried to figure out the mixture for his ears. Since he was improving, I never did his ears. ... ... At the same time I had put him on chewable supplements, fresh factors, joint health, advanced hip joint and garlic. ... I found the ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Have you considered that this may still be Lyme? ... Tests ...   Bugbuster   9mo
       
      Have you considered that this may still be Lyme? ... Tests for Lyme are not always accurate. ... ... One thing I would do is give my dog a natural antibiotic and see what happens. It wouldn’t hurt. ... ... Sometimes arthritis can be caused by bacteria. ... A friend of mind who has severe RA used antibiotic drugs and her symptoms improved greatly. This indicated that there was bacteria involved. ... ... Some good natural antibiotics: ... Allimed, stabilized allicin ... Colloidal Silver ... GSE ... ... If you find that one of these helps, then you may want to used it long enough to deal with Lyme. I believe it can take 1-2 ...   [retrieve this message]
      • Use Bag Balm on the callus’s. It softens them fairly rapid...   dane lady   9mo
         
        Use Bag Balm on the callus’s. It softens them fairly rapidly. Can get it at feed stores and Walmart used to have it. I haven’t looked recently. I give my 11 yr old dane liquid glucosamine, chondroitin, and MSM in his water daily. I also give Lugol’s iodine and colloidal silver and gold. The colloidal gold is especially good for arthritis. I give 2 tsps of each CS and CG.   [End]
        • We feel our dog is not getting better, so next week we will...   hanna   8mo
           
          We feel our dog is not getting better, so next week we will take him for a blood test. One of our neighbors mentioned lyme too. I might ask for Cushings too, I feel his body is getting rounder. We had a dog with Cushings before. ... I am glad we have so much information here in our archives. ...   [End]
  • Oil pulling for pets   coldgroup   10mo
     
    Is there a way of oil pulling for a pet?  I am sure they can’t swish but is there something that can serve a similar purpose.  I saw that someone was asking a question like this in the oil pulling forum long ago but apparently she/he did not post inquire any further or I just cannot find it. ...   [End]
  • Dog with nasal cancer Essiac Tea Questions   outis   10mo  C
     
    Hello, I’m really hoping some pet owners with experience can help! Our 11 year-old husky was diagnosed with nasal cancer after we noticed a bump on her nose and bloody mucous coming from her nostrils. We decided not to pursue aggressive treatment as the doctor said it would be painful and there is very little guarantee it will produce any results. Plus, I just lost my mother to cancer treatments--the cancer didn’t kill her the chemo did, so I’ve seen first hand how much more harm than good they do. ... ... She was my mother’s dog and has had chronic asthma her whole life. The doctors pumped her ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Hello, outis, I just wanted to tell you that I have been gi...   Serbal   9mo
       
      Hello, outis, I just wanted to tell you that I have been giving my now fourteen years old dog Essiac tea daily for more than a year and that has kept at bay a breast tumor whitout never causing any aggravation symptoms and quite the contrary keeping her absolutely fit and healthy, but of course i don’t know about the type of cancer you describe. Only one more thing, what you describe as weeping grey gunk may be a detox taking place via lacrimal glands, so just clean her eyes regularly maybe with euphrasia tea or chamommile. ... I would also suggest you give her some pills from barley grass (t ...   [retrieve this message]
      • Thanks for writing. So many ups and downs are happening, we...   outis   9mo
         
        Thanks for writing. So many ups and downs are happening, we don’t know what to do. The tumor has changed, and it is a lot like the stories of essiac. First it grew very large very quickly. Now it has turned into a ball and is squishy. I’m hoping this is the stage where the body wants to get rid of it. She now has a good appetite and no more diarrhea, but she sleeps all day long. The tumor is closing her left eye and the bloody mucous continues. Every time I take her out for a walk, someone comments we should euthanize her. It’s very sad. We’re just waiting to see if there are any positive ...   [retrieve this message]
        • I wanted to share my dog’s story with anyone whose dog has ...   lyse8700   6mo
           
          I wanted to share my dog’s story with anyone whose dog has been diagnosed with cancer. My dog Zeus was diagnosed with 5 weeks ago with a very large tumor on his spleen and given one week to live by the vet. For the past few months he had been very listless, but his health has always been compromised because he had a very bad case of pneumonia when he was six months old. I thought he was just getting old. I should say he is an 8 year old pitbull. He has also had chronic skin lesions for the past few years. I put him on a raw meat diet over a year ago and it helped his skin, and probably ...   [retrieve this message]
          • Just to clarify a statement made above--when I say my dog i...   lyse8700   6mo
             
            Just to clarify a statement made above--when I say my dog is on a raw food diet--I mean raw meat, not raw food as people understand it. Also he is taking Green Supreme Barley Power, 300 V Caps each containing 400 mg of Barlety, from GS Inc. ... He takes 12 of these daily.   [End]
  • Cat dewormer and dental fractures.   sashasushi   10mo
     
    Wondering if anyone can give me some advice. Is it possible to save a cat from loosing her two fractured incisors if I put her on a raw diet and what is the most effective natural product for deworming her? Thank you.   [End]
  • Toothpaste for Cats   sashasushi   10mo
     
    I’d be grateful for feedback for the best natural ways to help cats’ teeth. I have a lot of good things for myself like Turmeric and Baking Soda in my kitcgen but not sure about such things for my cat.   [End]
  • My cat's dermatitis, need advice please!   x_Jessee_x   10mo  C
     
    Hi there, ... ... My cat has dermatitis - can’t remember the full name, it is a skin disorder triggered by parasites. Was firstly told it was auto immune disease, then told later it was actually this skin disorder, the vet said it is on the same parr as auto immune disease though. He hasn’t had any fleas or anything like that for a long time now. He has been on steroids for quite some time now, the condition is so much better than it used to be but not completely gone, still has a bit on his head and I have to have a collar on the poor boy’s head so he won’t scratch it and make it worse. ... ... Be ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Image Embedded Just yesterday we took our cat to the vet for this very thi...   CLEW   10mo
       
      Just yesterday we took our cat to the vet for this very thing... Every year at this time he has a problem with what the vet calls ”no see ums”. His face and ears get spotty then he gets a one time shot, but doesn’t stay on continuous steroids. How long has your cat taken steroids? See if your cat will eat yogurt or kefir as probiotic? My cat will eat anything. ... ... This year is different... he’s spotty but also really antsy, cleaning himself, and won’t stay inside. He chooses to stay outside in the FL. heat? and only comes in long enough to eat and drink. It seems like something about the a ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Take your cat off any food that has artificial colour or fl...   jamyang   10mo
       
      Take your cat off any food that has artificial colour or flavours or preservatives Some animals have intolerance of these. Been animal rescue for over 20yrs, aeen cats, dogs have immune and skin reaction. Liquid kelp in their food and I make a mix of sulphur and lard, to put on the area that has hairloss, usually get regrowth within two days.   [End]
  • Yerkes National Primate Research Center of Emory University...   frugivorous   10mo  C
     
    Humanzees and Yerkes National Primate Research Center of Emory University in Atlanta ... ... The Yerkes National Primate Research Center of Emory University in Atlanta Georgia is involved in humanzee research funded by DARPA says abolitionist ... former governor of Minnesota Jesse Ventura. A humanzee is the product of deliberate hybridization of humans and primates. Yerkes has been inflicting pain ... on primates for many years. Beth Griffin, a lab assistant at Yerkes, died in 1997 of hepatitis B. Primates at Yerkes were injected and infected with ... hepatitis B, as well as AIDS and a variety of other ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Mr. Ponchie died today   mo123   10mo
     
    Many of you have known the stories of Mr. Ponchie, my dear sweet cat and I just feel so sad. ... ... Saying goodbye to a loved one or love child is so hard. Just wanted to tell someone. ... ... Mr. Ponchie has been with me for many many years. I was the only one who loved him. Everyone hated Mr. Ponchie because he was very loud and always having babies with mama cats. I loved Mr. Ponchie and Mr. Ponchie never knew that anyone could love him. I remember the first time he let me pick him up for just a few minutes. I remember how he would sit with me by the stove to keep warm. I remember how he would ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Aww, that just makes me sad. I know how it is to lose a Cat...   Megabite   10mo
       
      Aww, that just makes me sad. I know how it is to lose a Cat that you have had for years. Seems like a typical could care less reaction from the doctors, I don’t know what else to say about that one, it won’t be anything good. ... ... Maybe Mr. Ponchie will come to visit you if you call his name. Many people think that animals don’t have souls or spirits but I think that is BS....   [End]
      • I also have a soft spot for cats and am so sorry to hear ab...   CLEW   10mo
         
        I also have a soft spot for cats and am so sorry to hear about Mr. Ponchie...Who knows, maybe he will come back... and lay big ol’ scratch in the middle of their next Dr. party! ... ... Sounds like u could have named him ”Romeo” ;) ... Everyone should be ~glad~ there’s less vermin in the neighborhood thanks to Mr. Ponchie! ... ... ...   [End]
      • Funny how little people care about such things. Ponchie wa...   mo123   10mo
         
        Funny how little people care about such things. Ponchie was my friend. He was a people. I agree with you that the doctors just did not care. Whatelse could I have done? I tried for months to treat him in my home naturally, but it only got worse.   [End]
    • I am truly sorry to hear of your loss...but Mr. Ponchie sho...   Raynbo   10mo
       
      I am truly sorry to hear of your loss...but Mr. Ponchie should have been made unable to produce so many kittens. Allowing him to do that was irresponsible.   [End]
      • Go to hell, you idiot. Don’t talk about my dead pet. Oh wa...   mo123   10mo
         
        Go to hell, you idiot. Don’t talk about my dead pet. Oh wait you were talking about me and for your info, he was an outside pet.   [End]
        • Sorry to hear about your loss. It is never easy. We had man...   hanna   10mo
           
          Sorry to hear about your loss. It is never easy. We had many cats and several dogs over the years. Luckily they all died of old age except one cat got hit by a car. ... We learned over the years never to leave our animals at ... the vet. We tell them we want to treat them at home. One time our dog was dehydrated and they taught my husband how to do it intravenously and they gave him the bags with the saline (?) water. ... Animals often know when their time is up and they will hide somewhere. My friend’s dog went into the woods to die. ... Be thankful that you were the light of his life. ... ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Interpreting Bloodwork   Raynbo   11mo
     
    My 11 year old poodle’s blood work came out with his alk phosphatase levels very high. They have been high most of his life, but since last September they have really spiked. (722 out of 5-131). His RBC and calcium is also slightly elevated. ... ... He has been having some strange symptoms on and off. He had a sonogram, and it was negative. No masses and his adrenal glands appeared normal. A basic Cushings test came out negative. ... ... The vet has even suggested cancer. Just how serious are elevated Phosphatase levels? ... ...   [End]
  • How to deal with roughing rabbits.   bill6565bill   11mo
     
    For a number of months, I have a small domesticated male rabbit that I’ve been taking care of. Just a few days ago, I was given a female rabbit that’s twice the size of my domesticated one. When I put them on the same cage, they were roughing up one another (guessing the male wants to mate and the other one refuses). I placed them in separate cages in the backyard. ... ... Now the problem is that the outside cages have no roof, unlike the single cage I have inside the house, and it’s going to rain for a few days. I need to figure out how to get these two rabbits inside without them roughing up ...   [retrieve this message]
    • Well, you could put a second cage in the house, or put a ro...   Raynbo   11mo
       
      Well, you could put a second cage in the house, or put a roof on the outside one. ... ... Other than that, small doses of togetherness, maybe outside the cage (in neutral territory) might help. Or a barrier inside the one cage so that can’t get at each other, like a screen of some kind. ... ... I am not so sure you want them together tho. Remember what they say about rabbits...you might be needing a lot more than just two cages pretty soon....   [End]
  • 2.5 week orphan puppy   Marie64   11mo
     
    My sister has 2 2.5 week old orpah puppies. Eating good but one seems to have colic what to do. She is pooping on her own. Is there anything I can give to this little puppy. She weight just under a pound. ... ... Thanks foe any help. ... ... Marie   [End]
  • heart worms in dog   Debrusia   12mo
     
    I am looking for information regarding my rescue dog who happened to have heart worms. ... I was presented with either euthanize her or arsenic injection. I was not comfortable with either. ... I believe herbs will help I am just very inexperience with herbs. ... This is what I have been doing ... 3 Artemisia combination on empty stomach ... 2 HSII plus 1 Coq10 with AM meal ... 2HSII plus 1/2 black walnut with PM meal ... 3 Artemisia before bed time. ... ... Black walnut I give for 5 days and then 2 days off. ... ... It is 12capsules daily and my dog is not a big eater so I am literally opening her mouth and push do ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Harvard To Take 2 Years To Move Its Monkeys Elsewhere Th...   frugivorous   12mo  C
     
    Harvard To Take 2 Years To Move Its Monkeys Elsewhere ... ... This can be compared to a farmer selling cows to another farmer ... who will slaughter them. Harvard is still involved in research on mammals, birds, reptiles, fishes, insects and is still heavily invested in slaughterhouse, vivisection, and war profiteering. ... Nevertheless it is a first positive step in a long journey ... and frees the primates if not the other animals from ... the underground labs of Harvard in Southborough Massachusetts. ... ... http://www.boston.com/news/science/blogs/science-in-mind/2013/04/23/harvard-shut-primate-research-ce ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Dental Woes   Raynbo   12mo
     
    I have been told my poodle, Baka, needs to have 12 teeth pulled. This is devastating news. I have had his teeth cleaned twice a year and have been cleaning them with Aruvedic tooth power and/or sprayed his mouth with collodial silver or Vira Fungal Fighter (grapseed extract) every night, but I have not been able to fight this off. ... ... He is 11 years old. He is not in pain. There is no abcess, just bone loss. He is eating OK. Most of the teeth are in the front...lower and upper...but there are probably a few others too. They have not given in a clear picture of all the teeth involved. ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Trigger's and Jace's Story AND Questions about AFTERCARE of...   sams labs   12mo  C
     
    Realized that I probably should’ve posted here instead of AskCureZone, so reposting with new title (It originally was not going to be so long and detailed.) LONG. Thanks for reading. Would appreciate input on the questions at the bottom. ... ... Hi. I am a fairly new lab breeder (have just had my 2nd litter) and have never had to deal with parvo, so I have spent the last 2 weeks educating myself so that we don’t have another tragedy. My momma had a litter of 14. They all grew and thrived and at 8 weeks, they all got a clean bill of health to be released to their new homes with complete healt ...   [retrieve this message]
    • No you can’t get parvo from a cat scratch. It’s transmitte...   dane lady   12mo
       
      No you can’t get parvo from a cat scratch. It’s transmitted by contact with an infected parvo stool or can be caused from a reaction to parvo vaccine. If the stools are solid it’s o.k. to go back to a normal diet. Once a pup has recovered from parvo it’s immune to further episodes of it. The incubation period is about 7 days. For pups showing symptoms of parvo I would give one drop of Lugol’s iodine daily. Vitamin C is also beneficial to give to a parvo pup. Give several times a day because vitamin c washes out of the system fairly rapidly. I’m not a fan of combination vaccines. I ...   [retrieve this message]
  • USDA caves to food industry pressures, approves three new t...   mu-shen   12mo  C
     
    USDA caves to food industry pressures, approves three new toxic meat preservatives ... ... 06 April 2013 by Ethan A. Huff ... ... (NaturalNews) After intense lobbying by Kraft Foods Global Inc. and Kemin Food Technologies, the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), a division of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), has agreed to reverse existing regulations that prohibit the use of three toxic meat preservatives. ... ... According to Courthouse News Service (CNS), sodium benzoate, sodium propionate, and benzoic acid will now be permissible for use in preserving and treating meat and ...   [retrieve this message]
  • cats & Colloidal silver   lovecat7   13mo
     
    I have seen posted on here to give your cat Colloidal silver. ... ... Never never give your cat Colloidal silver. ... ... My friends cat went to a holistic vet who gave it to the cat, within a few hours the cat almost died from it! ... He was rushed to emergency, very costly, but he was saved! ... ... Never never give your cat Colloidal silver, can be toxic to humans as well. ... ... Speaking from experience. ... Please take note.   [End]
    • No colloidal silver is not toxic cats, unless it was made ...   Iolite   13mo
       
      No colloidal silver is not toxic cats, unless it was made improperly or the water was contaminated, or the silver impure. I’ve given colloidal silver to all of my cats, many, many times. No harmful effects, in fact the opposite. Colloidal Silver eliminated their infections. I make my own colloidal silver using .9999 pure silver wire and water that I distill myself. Before that, I used Utopia Colloidal Silver so I knew I was getting a quality product. ... ... That poor animal was obviously given something else besides colloidal silver or it was contaminated with a toxin.   [End]
    • We just adopted a female cat who had a litter of kittens 2 ...   love is the answer   8mo
       
      We just adopted a female cat who had a litter of kittens 2 months ago. It has been week 2 and she started bleeding from her private. She was very very tired and lifeless. I googled heavily to see what it could be. Pyometra kept up over and over again as a match to her symptoms. It’s strongly suggested to take cat to a vet for emergency spay and heavy antibiotic treatment or cat will die. I did not have the money. I gave her ,only yesterday, about 2 and a half dropperfuls of Sovereign Silver four times last night. A few hours later she was her usual self bouncing off the walls and pl ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Dog Food Recalls   CLEW   14mo  C
     
    I got an email for one company with a recall on their dog food products, so decided to do a search, and was totally shocked at the numerous other recalls there are! ... ... http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-food-recalls/ ... ... ... ... Then OMG I stumbled on this ~hideous~ article: ... ... ”The FDA tested various dog foods (cat foods were not tested) purchased from store shelves in the Washington, DC area and found many to contain the euthanizing drug pentobarbital. The FDA stated the source of the euthanzing drug could only come from euthanized cats, dogs, or horses.” ... ... http://truthaboutpetfood2.com/the ...   [retrieve this message]
  • Dr Ricard Schulze interview on treating dogs, cats and hors...   knowledge seeker   14mo
     
    http://home.roadrunner.com/~thadson/savelife/schulze/articles/02pets1.htm dogs and cats ... ... http://home.roadrunner.com/~thadson/savelife/schulze/articles/03pets2.htm horses ... ... how to figure animal doses for herbs and tinctures ... ... ... http://curezone.com/schulze/handbook/CAD.asp   [End]
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