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Treatment and dossages for pet dog.

Our toy poodle has just recovered from Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus and without any intervention (other than a lot of prayer).
There seems to be no treatment other than just a lot of guesswork how to avoid next episode.
I purchased Belladona 30C, Aconitum Nap 30C, Nux vum 30C and intend to find colocynth.
Together with chamomile I intend to put together some kind of concoction that I could administer to him (dog) as preventative dosage or as intervention should he have another occurrence. What I don't have a clue about is the amounts. He gets a sprinkle of passion flower (herb) and scullcap (herb) in his raw meat diet as supplement mainly because he had couple of epileptic episodes in past.
Otherwise this 6 year old perpetual puppy is a very happy dog.
  almosten on 2010-04-01
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YOu may give him three doses of Carbo Veg 30c for three days and see how that affects him in the next 15 days. One dose means 4 pills.
kadwa last decade
Thank you for your recommendation. I shall try it although I don't have clear understanding what shall I look for in the three days of observation while on Carbo Veg.
This animal is perfectly happy poodle. He doesn't demonstrate the typical medical problems such as exceessive tearing or inflamed ears. I attribute this to the raw meat diet with supplements of garlic, rosemary, flaxseeds, brewers yeast and about 40% raw vegetables. Has been eating one raw hamburger mixed with equal amount of raw vegies in the morning and one chicken neck in the evening.
almosten last decade
You have to give him just one dose a day for three days. It should help him in his digestion and blood circulation.
kadwa last decade

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