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Dog with bladder infection

Hi everyone
My dog has a bladder infection.
She was given an antibiotic and
then became violently ill vomiting every hour.I gave her
arsenicum and this stopped the vomiting and she is able to eat again.So now I want to treat the infection.

Her original infection showed blood and crystals in her urine.She is now leaking on a regular basis.What homeopathic suggestions might you have to help her get well?

Kathy
 
  Kathy1 on 2005-12-28
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Does she have incontinence or an infection?

NAMASTE
 
Namaste27 last decade
She has both it seems.
Kathy
 
Kathy1 last decade
Hi
She started with an infection last week she had blood and crystals in her urine. She is eleven and has had no health problems.She didn'tseem to be leaking befor the antibiotic..She started leaking after her reaction to the drug they gave her. Does this help?
Kathy
 
Kathy1 last decade
What is her temperament like. Irritable, easy-going, shy, aggressive, angry, resentful, jealous, passive, etc.? What is she worse from or better from, like cold, heat, food, attention, etc.

Did the vet use a cathater on your dog?

To prevent future infections and reduce urine crystals consider raw food diets.

Also, please order and keep on hand Urtica Urens mother tincture. This is what I used when my cat was blocked with crystals/infection. It saved his life and prevented future outbreaks. I believe I dosed him with several drops in a tad of water as often as he needed until he healed.

NAMASTE
 
Namaste27 last decade
Hi Namaste
Thanks you so much for your response..
heres what happened...
I studied all the hoemepathic remedies for urinary problems and on a wing and prayer I chose one.
It was Sepia and it cured her.
We took her back to the vet they did a another urine test and exrays and blood test because they couldn't find anything thing wrong.They actually paid for some of it.
LOL
Kathy

Kathy
 
Kathy1 last decade
Ps
I am considering feeding her a raw diet but I wasn't sure if the
change would be to much for her as she is 11 years old.
also I have candida and am taking a homeopathic remedy call aqua flora for candida.
I am having a bladder problem from this sickness and I amy also treat that with a different remedy.

Kathy
 
Kathy1 last decade
It is never too late to feed raw.

It is also about giving your pets the best quality of life.

NAMASTE
 
Namaste27 last decade
Hi Namaste
Agreed the best quality of life is a priority.When we moved to the country a few years ago she got a renewed life..she absolutely loves it here.She became a new dog.She has 8 acres to run and chase whatever interests her.
Thaks
Kathy
Ps I will be posting another question on helping the same dog.
Kathy
 
Kathy1 last decade
Fantastic, what a lucky, lucky lady!

NAMASTE
 
Namaste27 last decade
I strongly urge Echinacea Angustifolia mother tincture and Terebinthina 3x, once an hour in alteration.

If blood in urine continues try Hamamelis 2x. When symptoms disappear stop remedies and observe.

Always use low potencies in animal physical ailments.
 
Traci_London last decade

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