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    Re: Who does Fermentation?

    Echinacea is an immune system booster. I wouldn't recommend it for people who have autoimmune diseases. I also wouldn't recommend it for people allergic to flowers since it's made from purple cone...
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    Re: Who does Fermentation?

    I was looking at using thieves oil to prevent covid ( obviously not relying on it ), and I like how the thieves and later on the doctors wore bird masks and stuffed herbs,spices and essential oils ...
  3. Re: Need dog food recommendations for an older bulldog.

    I looked at the formulation of the Probiotic bites, and one thing worries me - they have some ingredients which could cause an allergy in your dog. eg. rosemary extract and natural chicken...
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    Re: Who does Fermentation?

    Sorry to hear ! Try taking/doing all or some of the following to boost your immune system: 16hr fasting/ 8 hr eating once a week, exercise, vitamin D 1000-2000U per day, Vitamin E natural source...
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    Re: Shaking, panting, depression

    Agree, sounds like pain. If vet ruled out anything serious you can try 2BullyMama recipe of turmeric paste, movoflex and laser therapy sessions.

    I give my dog Actiflex 4000 supplement, organic...
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    Re: Bruno the Bulldog

    I like to steam my green beans in a tiny bit of water in the microwave for about 1:50 , then wash them in some cold water to clean them and cool them, before I give it to my bully as a snack. As...
  7. Re: Need dog food recommendations for an older bulldog.

    I'd recommend raw food over cooked food for dogs with allergies, since the freezing process doesn't denature proteins or kill bacteria, just kills any parasitic worms. Dogs who eat raw food have less...
  8. Re: Need dog food recommendations for an older bulldog.

    Good suggestions above !! There's a lot of causes of diarrhea. Is he having regular stools at normal intervals? If not I would add some canned pumpkin ( not pie filling type ) to his diet. And I...
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    Sticky: Re: Essential Oils

    helsonwheels Are u putting thieves oil under your nose during this Covid pandemic? I forgot all about mine, but am going to start using it when I go out.
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    By the way, they still don't know much about corona virus in dogs, so avoid contact between your dog and other dogs at this time in case one of them has it from their owner, and if you get corona...
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    Re: Reuben video...

    Reuben's very cute. Looks like Lambeau 2BullyMama
  12. Re: Someone is happy do have her daddy home!

    Bulldogs have a lot of OCD. eg. my bulldog insists on walking next to curb or even on top of the curb.

    I got my dog as an adult rescue, and in 4 yr I've only been able to teach her "treat" ...
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    Re: So, Buster went to the Vet yesterday

    I think vets nowadays are requiring you to phone ahead to say you're arriving and wait in car while dog is being treated... Crazy covid times.....
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    Re: COVID-19

    I just got an email that Petsmart is shutting down their grooming salons for dogs. Previously my dentist emailed me that he is just open for emergencies. It's hit everyone. There's good reason to...
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    Re: Whoa, Coconut Oil Bad ?!?!?!

    The whole coconut oil controversy is never going to get solved. You can pull out studies how great it is and how bad it is. I personally stopped giving it to Honey because she was gaining too much...
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    Re: So, Buster went to the Vet yesterday

    I'd be scared with the pitbulls too. :)
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    Re: So, Buster went to the Vet yesterday

    Poor guy, I can't remember what you are feeding him, but since ear infections can sometimes be from allergies I'd recommend switching to frozen raw and possibly cytopoint injections. I'd also...
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    Re: open farm dry food

    Hi Hankster ! Welcome back ! i put in a big order with my local raw pet food supplier recently and they had no problem delivering it. It looks like a good dog food, but if it was my dog I'd rather...
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    Re: Sharing the couch

    Love Bella's expression ! My dog snores more when she's awake than when she's asleep for some reason. I have to lift her up and put her on the couch and then I tell her it's time to get to work. (...
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    Sharing the couch

    Does anyone's dog lie beside them on the couch with their head sharing the pillow? My dog does this all the time, and I got up and took a picture of it. These bulldogs are so precious !

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    Re: Please help

    I don't believe you need to give vaccinations to adult dogs other than rabies vaccine every 3 years. Having said that I just read there's a more purified core vaccine shot called Duramune with less...
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    Re: Dry eyes....

    Sometimes you have to add on an antibiotic eye drop like bacitracin-neomycin-polymyxin antibiotic solution if there's infection going on at same time or Dexamethasone 0.1% solution every 6-8 hours if...
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    Re: Benadryl linked to dementia

    Epidemiological studies like this are considered very weak compared to randomized control trials. eg. a strong proof of Benadryl causality would be if I took a group of 200 patients randomly chosen...
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    Re: Benadryl linked to dementia

    Interesting article. That's only with long term use. Benadryl short term is perfectly safe, but I wouldn't use it long term anyways because it's fairly short acting and who wants to keep dosing their...
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    Other Re: Possible Nerve Damage

    Sorry to hear ! Hope both Cheli and Rosco are ok.
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