Dog with staph infectionMy dog has a pretty persistent staph infection. We’ve tried multiple remedies but none of them have seemed to fix the issue. I was wondering if anyone could help me out with a specific remedy that would work for him?
Owsleysmama on 2018-10-01
What results , if any from them?
When did this start?
Has it gotten into a wound or body cavity?
Has there been a culture done by vet to determine if it is staph?
staph infections can be triggered by pollen/grass allergy, by sensitivity to fleas and also by the diet. Does the dog have a problem with any of these?
♥ simone717 last year
This started maybe 4 months ago.
Not in any wounds or body cavities.
We’ve gotten two vets who said that they were pretty sure it was a classic staph infection (neither took a culture)
I was thinking that it could be triggered by an outdoor allergy as well. But I’m not sure what exactly. He hasn’t had any fleas. We’ve switched his diet up a few times because he has issues with loose stool, anal glands, and he has gained some weight within the last year. Right now he is eating organic chicken dog food. Grain free. We’ve eliminated chicken from his diet before with no luck of his issues subsiding and he seems to be doing okay stool-wise with this new chicken food.
We tested him for thyroid issues to see if the skin infection/weight gain was due to hypothyroidism and his levels were a bit off but not enough to have hypothyroidism.
Owsleysmama last year
CLEAN INFECTED AREA WITH A MIXTURE OF CALENDULA Q AND ECHINACEA Q,THREE DROPS OF EACH IN SOME WATER THREE TO FOUR TIMES A DAY.
FEEDBACK EVERY 4 DAYS.
♥ anuj srivastava last year
Europe sites or just Q.
On this site remedy shop at top of forum, just order the lowest x potency in liquid- echinacea is offered at 1x and calendula at 2 or 3 x .
[Edited by simone717 on 2018-10-02 05:37:15]
♥ simone717 last year
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