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  1. jang
    05-01-2014 09:46 PM - permalink
    jang
    Honey girl..you are really hurt..Sometimes people are not. As tough as they seem...Please follow through on this..Other people could be hurt worse..This is your battle and I know you have the balls to fight AND win it..I really care for you..please protect others from this dog and his people..YOU CAN AND SHOULD DO IT. I hope you feel better soon and I hope you get pissed off enough to overcome their intimadation..You are on such a higher level than them.Trust in God..ask for strength..He will provide..No other person or dog should be bullied by this group of punish..Best wishes and praying for strength for you..also for healing..love...jan
  2. Zeeva
    11-20-2012 12:37 PM - permalink
    Zeeva
    Hi. I was wondering how you have so much knowledge about doggies? Does your profession revolve around pets? I hope you don't mind me asking...I would like to have the insight and knowledge that you provide to this forum and was simply wondering how you obtained it...
  3. Nyx
    09-29-2012 03:45 AM - permalink
    Nyx
    I did find some calculations for the BARF diet on the RAW dog ranch page...
    And reading some of the other psts about the Diet. Thank you very much.

    I am finishing out the kibble and stocking up on meats presently. But I will post the first day we try it with pictures so we can all document his progress and be so impressed when he is all better.
  4. GatorBytes
    09-10-2012 09:24 PM - permalink
    GatorBytes
    Your welcome...and you're doing a great job.
  5. PatchonGSD
    09-10-2012 07:23 PM - permalink
    PatchonGSD
    Thank you. I saw your post about MDR1 mutation. I had never heard of such a thing so I will definitely talk to my regular vet about it.
  6. GatorBytes
    09-10-2012 01:45 PM - permalink
    GatorBytes
    Sure, why not...as long as getting at least a 1/2cup of the stock (so more if added ingr.), and that is just based on results in my dog. I freeze in storage containers about 2 cups per - so 4 days worth
  7. PatchonGSD
    09-10-2012 01:35 PM - permalink
    PatchonGSD
    Hey there! I have 2 more quick questions about that stock, (lol sorry) would since I can add vegetable like carrots and apples, and such to the stock, would it be ok to leave some of the vegetables in the stock and blend it together to thicken the stock into a gravy of sorts?

    Also, if I make a large pot of stock, is it OK to freeze some of it in ice cube trays to save it and thaw as needed?

    Thanks!
  8. GatorBytes
    09-01-2012 10:35 AM - permalink
    GatorBytes
    Goldenseal tea. there are others. search "Berberine" tea's...natural antibiotic properties. you can apply by making the tea, leave bags in (1 bag per cup of water) bring to room temp...how depends on what you are using for...localized hotspots? all over itchies? can make a rinse after shampoo leave on or sponge into the fur....for hot spots depending where you may be able to secure the tea bag to the spot with some kind of tie. the leg I used a childs sock (white cotton), cut the toe out, the heal part slips nicely over the elbow and the elastic part hold in place around the wrist (carpal). paws you can soak (if will let) in warm tea and epsom salts (tblsp)...you can add touch of ACV too...but if raw this may sting initially although will feel good after a minute, but may give neg. assoc. depends on your dog...wrapping the paw with strips of cotton cloth (t-shirt) and then slip a childs sock over - let soak in for 20mins or so, get back if this isn't helpful, try to find solution.
  9. Nigel
    09-01-2012 12:31 AM - permalink
    Nigel
    Hi Gatorbytes, you had mentioned in a thread about a tea that could be used to provide relief from itching. I looked back, but could not find it. What was the type of tea? And how do you apply it?
  10. Mcap
    08-20-2012 10:52 AM - permalink
    Mcap
    Thanks for the note. I have had the most success with joint issues with a product called Joint Strong and Arthrix. The fish oil is great and you can probably double the dose. If stools get soft, then cut back a bit. I've also seen improvement when people switch over to a raw diet.
    Regards

    Mike

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    Gator
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    He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion. - Unknown

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