old dog going in back legs and deafHi, I have a 12 year old German Shepherd. She went deaf about 1 year ago. Vet could find no cause except old age. She is slowly weakening in the back legs and losing muscle tone there. I believe she is arthritic as she whines and groans on getting up. She has been prone to flea bite hot spots where she chews herself raw at the base of her tail. She seems depressed and lethargic. Constitutional notes:
Gentle with other animals
Gentle with children
Avoids people and crowds
Prefers fresh air, outside, doesnt want to come in the house
She was traumatised as a young dog (got out of a yard in a storm, caught by rangers with wire around her neck which cut her badly, been timid and fearful since)
Doesnt feel the cold
Only fresh meat
Doesnt crave closeness
Solitary only comes to me most of the time.
Used to sit by gate and bark a few times at trucks going by but now doesnt.
Lovelee on 2013-12-11
♡ kadwa 6 years ago
Saw you had a duplicate post of this with
prescription from RP Tamhankar, Do not
do both of these things at once, do one or the
Ginkgo is not available in the West as a Q potency
which is mother tincture. You can get it off this
site from Boiron or Hylands, lowest potency is 6x.
Pills are half the price of liquid,, you can ask
Kadwa how to dose the 6x.
♡ simone717 6 years ago
I can get Gingko both tincture or extract here and I believe that may help as well as the homeopathic advice in the other post, and shouldn't interefere as not used in a homeopathic potency.
Kadwa, can I use an extract or must it be a tincture?
Lovelee 6 years ago
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