homeopathy for my dog again pleaseHi, my dog had sarcoptic mange and I treated her with sulphur.
Guess what- all gone now!
ok but there's a complication. when she had the mange, she scratched hard under her front legs, they turned red then scabbed.
It looks like this (this was taken in the summer when she had a similar -but worse-infection NOT from any mange)
it's causing her pain when she moves because it stretches the skin.
I've been putting calendula gel on it once a day.
Can anyone please suggest a remedy for it?
It itches a little bit, maybe once a day she'll scratch it, but mostly she wants to lick it.
She acts like she wants to be needy, but then acts very timid and wants to go away and be alone. She also has weird fears of the light casting shadows or movement like the sun coming in from a window. (during the summer she had seizures, her last was August, homeopathy helped them)
Anyway if anyone could suggest something I would appreciate it,since it's not healing on it's own (it's been a month since the scabs came) Thank you.
homeopathyfordogs on 2011-01-05
no one has any recommendations?
The vet would put her on antibiotics or possibly steroids (prednisone I'm sure) and both of those homeopathy believes will do more harm than good right?
homeopathyfordogs last decade
What potencies were used?
what is the diagnosis?
what was the reason for seizures and how it went?
How does climate hot/cold affects her?
Any other details?
♡ maheeru last decade
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