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    Quote Originally Posted by helsonwheels View Post
    Someone posted a message to me and goes like this....

    Thanks for mentioning bone broth because for some reason I wasn't thinking about how good it would be for her. Kettle and Fire is made from 100% grass fed bones simmered for 20+ hours. The stuff is liquid gold. I hope it is OK to post a link...you can check out Kettle and Fire here: https://www.kettleandfire.com/ You should try it...it is delicious.
    and their soups!!!!!!!!!!!! DELICIOUS! Im on automatic reorder

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    Hope this video works. Proof in da pudding as we say! Hereís only one reason why Iím a big frankincense believer.

    https://m.facebook.com/jerry.montell...14983522840126

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    Quote Originally Posted by helsonwheels View Post
    Hope this video works. Proof in da pudding as we say! Hereís only one reason why Iím a big frankincense believer.

    https://m.facebook.com/jerry.montell...14983522840126
    Video worked!!


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    Good! Oddly last time it wouldn’t work.

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    Great explanation why NOT to feed Royal canin, Science Hill and the rest that follows suit.

    https://www.doglistener.co.uk/dog-fo...ills-and-burns

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    Was replying to a couple members for their dogs issues. Yeast n uti...

    Just in case some don't know, oil of oregano can be use on dogs. Here’s a couple links to explain it better. DONT FORGET to dilute it with coconut oil or olive oil.

    Btw I used this for stomach ulcers I had. Doctor wanted me to take pills for reflux like WTF... so I cure myself... OOO is absolutely great also for winters to beat colds. So keep it as maintenance throughout winter season for humans.

    Wild Oil of Oregano has become a popular treatment for candidiasis at human doses of 1 drop once or twice per day, building up to a dose of 1 drop 4 times per day, which is considered safe for long-term use.

    Dogs dislike the taste and smell of oregano oil. For canine treatment, dilute full-strength oregano oil with coconut oil, then place a drop of the diluted oil in an empty 2-part gelatin capsule, which can be hidden in food. For dogs weighing 50-70 pounds, dilute Ĺ teaspoon oregano essential oil with Ĺ teaspoon coconut oil; for dogs weighing 25-35 pounds, use 1 teaspoon coconut oil; and for smaller dogs, use 1Ĺ to 2 teaspoons coconut oil. Start with 1 drop of the diluted oil per day and gradually build up to 1 drop 4 times per day.

    https://www.dogster.com/dog-food/ore...s-what-to-know

    https://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.co...otic-for-dogs/

    https://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.co...-for-your-dog/

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    Just a reminder on Xylitol, read your labels “before” buying the product as it only takes under 15mins to kill a 65lb dog. I know some uses peanut butter to make treats for their dogs so just double check the ingredients....

    Xylitol is a sugar alcohol commonly used in candy and chewing gum (and some other products, such as peanut butter). It is also found in some pharmaceuticals and oral health products such as chewable vitamins and throat lozenges. It can also be used in home baking.

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    Here’s a great product especially for EB. After Duke’s passing at such a young age and very healthy n fit, I promised myself to dig more into flat nose breathing issues. Even though Duke’s passing was caused by a vet that was/is uneducated with flat nose breed, I will try the natural way to help out what’s out there on the market to help our flat “nosers”. I use this product for myself on daily basis. I add to a bottle of water oil of oregano and Chlorophyl. I drink at least one bottle a day. You can buy it for dogs to. I use my own for my dogs cause it’s the same thing n I get 3x more in a bottle. I pay about $22 for mine. Just a thought....

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