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Help for dog

I have a miniature pincher that is continually licking his front paws. They have become inflamed and are swollen. Have tried all the normal treatments which haven't worked. Any homeopathic solutions would be of great help.
 
  Snoringbear on 2015-02-20
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
How old is he and when did he start licking his paws.

Can you identify any problem with the paws.
 
fitness 4 years ago
The pincher is 11 years old and has been licking for about four years. Have been to the vet several times and they haven't been much help. Kind of at the end of my rope trying to find a solution.
 
Snoringbear 4 years ago
The WHY is important for me.

What was happening 4 year ago when he started licking his paws, any vaccination, any disease, any trauma etc?
 
fitness 4 years ago
The only thing that had changed, was my daughter (her pincher)moved back home with us.
 
Snoringbear 4 years ago
Give him a dose of Natrum Muriaticum 200c and report back 5 days after the dose.
 
fitness 4 years ago
Thanks. I'll give it a try and will get back to soon.
Thanks again.
 
Snoringbear 4 years ago

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