Looking for HELP for my dogI'm trying to find a natural cure for one of my dogs. According to the homeopathic vet I took him to when he hyperextended his back left leg, he somehow injured a nerve. She gave him some deer velvet supplements, but they didn't help and it's all been downhill from there. She also did a chiropractic adjustment on him and shortly after that he lost the use of that leg. Took him back to her when the foot/leg began to swell and she said it was edema from lack of use.
Then the other foot began to swell, and he's gradually losing the use of it as well. He's basically walking on his 2 front legs and using the third leg for balance, but he's dragging/walking on the toes of that leg most of the time now.
A fellow student in my animal communications classes said she has had a similar issue with one of her dogs, and her vet diagnosed it as fibrotic myopathy, though she said not all the vets she has been to agree on this. I looked at the symptoms given on a free dictionary website that I couldn't post here, and it sure sounds like what my guy has going on. I really don't want to take him back to the vet again, because she didn't do anything to help him the first two times and I spent a lot of money for the "privilege".
His stool is dark and runny, and he poos on his legs a lot, I have to clean him up before he comes back in the house. It's like he doesn't feel what's going on, he's standing on the toes of both back feet as he's peeing and pooing.
I couldn't find any match on this site for myopathy, so I'm hoping someone knows of something that can help us. I've sent for a human remedy that I'm going to try, the ingredients are all natural (B-complex vitamins plus one to help nerve pain).
Any help would be appreciated!
millerp on 2018-06-27
Please give Causticum 200c, two pills, on alternate days for 4 days and write back with the changes. We will try three or four top remedies for his complains and pray the almighty to help with him.
If you live in India or USA, I can ship the medicines from the retailers (like Amazon in USA or Reckweg in India) to your address. Please let me know.
♥ Reva V 5 months agoWhat is your price w/shipping? I am currently giving him nux vomica 3 times/day per instructions on bottle. Started yesterday, so only 2 days, no changes noted yet. Should I continue this or discontinue?
millerp 5 months agoPlease stop Nux Vom and start with Causticum. Please make sure that you give once a day, but only on alternate days (not daily)
It was offered for my satisfaction to help a dog that you care, not for money.
[Edited by Reva V on 2018-06-29 05:03:46]
♥ Reva V 5 months agoReva, I will take you up on your very kind offer, with much gratitude. Are you on Facebook, I can message you my address. Would prefer not to post it here.
I will stop Nux Vom.
millerp 5 months agoPlease email your address and you will get the medicine asap. You can click my name to see the profile and you will see the email address.
It is reva AT mail DOT com
♥ Reva V 5 months agoHi Reva,
I gave Cooper his 4th dose of Causticum today as you instructed. I noticed yesterday that the swelling in his back legs appears to be going down somewhat. I don't think it's my imagination. Today some of his stool is more solid than it's been in quite a while. He continues to eat pretty well most of the time.
What are your instructions for going forward?
millerp 5 months agoPlease wait a week or so, before any more medicine is given to Cooper. Please write if there any changes in this one week. Thanks
♥ Reva V 5 months agoAn addition to my last update: I just figured out where all the liquid is coming from on the floor where he lays all the time. It's soaking wet all the way through the carpet, and it wasn't until I replaced the runner to dry it out and clean it and replaced it with a rubber bath mat that the light bulb came on. His legs are oozing a clear liquid (water?), which is probably how the swelling is going down, right? The injured leg is still pretty swollen, but the other one is definitely going down as of this morning. I will continue with the Causticum again today unless I hear differently from you before then.
millerp 5 months agoI just now saw this update from you. It wasn't here when I posted my update a couple hours ago. I will hold off on the Causticum.
millerp 5 months agoThanks. Can you please send the picture of the injured leg. You can either attach it here in the forum or email me. Thanks
♥ Reva V 5 months agoJust taken. Injured leg is the one on top, on the left in the picture. Other leg was just as swollen, shows how much it has gone down.
millerp 5 months ago
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