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Tissue salts for dog...

My dog is feeling ill and I am thinking of trying to give her at least some tissue salt, till I can maybe see a homeopath. Can I dilute the tissue salts in water and give it to her this way?
  cicka on 2009-07-23
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kadwa last decade
Thanks! Which one could I give if she does not want to eat and drink and her breathing is slightly faster?
cicka last decade
kadwa last decade
maheeru last decade
Thanks guys! We've been going to the vet for 2 weeks now. She has gone through a round of antibiotics without help and she's still in pain. He thinks it could be pancreatitis. In any case it could be some sort of inflammation.
I have been giving her Ferrum phos approx 2 pills per day, but she has gotten worse int eh last 2 days.
Do I keep giving it to her? How many pills a day and how often?
She's 6 pounds...
Any help would be greatly appreciated. I would like to spare her from more dramatic procedures.
cicka last decade
by Oscar E. BOERICKE, M.D.
Presented by Médi-T



Affections -- Ars., Atrop., Bar. m., Bell., Calc. ars., Carbo an., Carbo v., Chionanth., Iod., Iris, Jabor., Kali iod., Merc., Nux v., Pancreat., Phos., Piloc., Puls.

The above meds may work in her case. Please give the indicated one on the basis of totality of symptoms. Theree doses at a gap of 4 hours for one day in 30 c potency and observe change in symptoms.
kadwa last decade
Unfortunatelly, I don't know how to categorize her symptoms and give the proper remedy.
She got a painkiller from the vet today and seems a bit more interested in her surroundings and also asked for food. But she's still weak and seems to limp and not want to stand.
Instead of sitting down, she lets her behind just kind of plomp on the floor and she has a hard time getting the behind up, when she wants to stand up. According to the vet, this all indicates abdominal discomfort.
I don't know what remedy to give her. I am afraid to make the situation worse!
I am just giving her ferrum phos tissue salt for now.
I read nat sulph is also a good tissue salt for the pancreas. Can someone support this?
cicka last decade
whether she prefers warmth or cold?
kadwa last decade
You may give her two pills each of kali mur 6x and natrum sulph 6x thrice a day at a gap of 4 hours for one week.
You may give her phos 30c if she prefers cold and ars alb 30c if she prefers warmth. Only three doses at a gap of 4 hours for one day in 30 c potency and observe change in symptoms. Please note that the homeopathic remedy should not be repeated daily. Tissue salts should not be given on the day the homeopathic remedy is given.
kadwa last decade
Thanks Kadwa!
It's hard to tell is she prefers cold or warmth, but I am guessing its cold, bc she enjoys laying on the hardwood floor in the room we are running and airconditioner in. Also, I notice that her paws are cold sometimes.
I will try with the tissue salts first and if there is no improvement we will move onto a remedy.
Why do you feel kali mur is a good tissue salt in this case?
cicka last decade
kali mur is generally tissue salt of first choice for problems with GI Tract and respiratory infections specially when the problems are not very new.
The patient is cold means he prefers warmth. You say that dog is cold and prefers cold, so it is bit confusing or it is pulsatilla?
kadwa last decade
Hi kadwa!
The dog seems to be luckily doing a bit better. She is on pain medication and antiinflammatory and I've also been giving her tissue salt #11, which is supposed to be good for pancreas, kidneys and liver.
Let's hope she keeps improving.
If not, I will come back here and tell you what here symptoms are. Thanks for the help so far!
cicka last decade

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