Grade III Heart Murmur in DogMy 13 year old dog has been diagnosed with a grade III heart murmur. She tires easily and is losing weight, seems very depressed. Her appetite is still very good but she seems to have lost her will to live somewhat, as she is also suffering with nerve issues on her hind quarters, making it very difficult to walk.
Do you have a remedy suggestion for making her comfortable for the as long as she may live? She had a complete work up this week at the vet--CBC, liver, kidneys, pancreas, thyroid are all in perfect shape, at least by allopathic medical standards.
She received a chiropractic treatment two days ago for her hind end pain which seemed to help somewhat. We will continue with this, but I wanted to strengthen her heart if possible so she may exercise longer and also to help combat her depression.
beepsandclicks on 2010-01-09
Order the remedy in a 5ml Ethanol pack in a bottle with a dropper arrangement.
If this is not available the Dry dose in pellets may be use but this is not as effective as the remedy in the original Ethanol pack.
Get a 500ml bottle of Spring Water from the nearest supermarket.
Pour out about 3cm of water from the bottle to leave some airspace.
Insert 3 drops or 5 pellets of the remedy into the bottle and shake it hard to produce bubbles. This is homeopathic succussion and must be done every time before a capful of the bottle which is the dose is taken as directed.
Similarly you may also give her 5 drops of Crataegus Q thrice a day at a gap of 6 hours.
♡ kadwa last decade
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