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Hi Namaste,

I wanted to post an update. I swiched my dog to raw! We are still at the chicken neck phase because he has some troube digesting bigger bones. It's the first week and he has been throwing up some, but hopefully we'll get better.

Then on the 5th day of raw he suddeny started limping. I took a closer look at that paw, and there seemed to be an abcess in the "palm" of that paw. I decided to give hepar sulph in an acute dose, four pillules every hour. By the fourth hour the abcess was draining, pouring out watery-bloody-yellowy liquid. I cleaned it and he stopped limping immediately. Now I'm puzzled: does that mean the situation is getting worse, or was it a sign of detox?
Thanks for listening..

Also, if raw food is gonna help, how long does it take to see improvement in your experience?

Thanks for listening..
rupert last decade
Great Scotts! Welcome to the raw movement. SO pleased to hear you made the change.

Yes, it sounds like an absolute detox.

Animals with weaker immune systems take longer to heal whether it is through raw or homeopathy.

You will see changes every week and then he will even out. If anything it will prolong his life and the quality of it as well.

Try and give him some large marrow or knuckle bones to gnaw on so he has to work for his food. Once he is on raw long enough his appetite will even out and he may eat a bunch one day and not so much the next. Or whatever he chooses. Remember, he comes from a wolfe and wolves do not eat every day all day.

I feed mine at least one raw meal a day, but you should feed him at least twice daily until things balance out. Also, when it is hot out they eat less. And a lot more in the winter.

take it one day at a time.

Namaste27 last decade
There is a pet food supplement that I am familiar with that should help. Email me privately if you are interested. Just click on my profile, click on the website, and then in the top right hand corner you'll find a gmail adrress. I'll then send you an attachment about the product. I can't talk about it on this forum.
jdavis last decade
My little female dog is 1/2 poodle, 1/2 chihuahua, very blonde. Since she was a puppy, and she is now 12 years old, she has loved to lay in the sun. The summer she turned 1 her nose was sunburned. The vet told us to try to keep her from laying in the sun, try to keep sunscreen on her nose. That was almost impossible year after year because she would lick it off. Just this past summer she has developed a rough looking piece of skin on her right nostril. After a couple of days, as it grows bigger, it will dry up even more and fall off. Under that is perfectly good looking pink skin. A couple of weeks later it starts growing back and the same scenario goes on. This has happened several times this summer. It looks just like a picture I saw on one of the pet websites that said canine ulcer on nostril. What can be done? She doesn't seem to be in any pain unless she rubs against something and it falls off sooner than it is ready to - just like a sunburn on humans although it is a hard chunk. Does anyone have any ideas? I don't want it to turn cancerous.
CarMatt last decade
this is probably a stupid question ..is hepar sulph an oral or topical?? ..
lovemyboxer16 last decade
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