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Hello Doglover,

Last night I searched the excellent Dutch book 'Hond & Homeopathie' by Atjo Westerhuis and
Steven Schukking. This book is worthwhile buying for doglovers who wants to help their dogs
with homeopathy. I also searched a Repertory for the problem. Both books let me know that the
problem is as complex as can be and a simple remedy CAN'T be advised, certainly not without
knowing the dog's inside and outside. Twenty to thirty 'red' remedies are the answer!
The best lucky guess is Passiflora Incarnata Q. This remedy is for nervous behavior that finds it's
roots in fear. Give 20 – 30 drops in a spoon (almost) filled with water three times a day. When you
notice improvement, continue the remedy for at least eight weeks (twelve weeks maybe better).
Together with the clay and the extensive training it could be the solution.
When vegetables are firmly grinded, dogs can digest most of the nutrients much easier.

De 'Q' staat voor de zg oertinctuur.
Sjaak last decade

In the last post is a mistake. Not the 'Q' dilution is ment but the Mother Tincture!!
Sjaak last decade
Hello Sjaak.

Thanks for searching. I whent to the store and asked,Etos is selling it here in Holland,I go and give it a try.
Clay is already ordered from de Paardendrogist.
So thank you very much.
doglover last decade
And I would love to have that book
doglover last decade
Every bookstore can order it for you. One of the autors visits the same training course as my wife.
Sjaak last decade
Here you can order the book online. It is the new printing.

Sjaak last decade
Hi Doglover
I am a dog lover too and being an active voluteer have handled a lot of stray and pet dogs. The Common reasoning I have heard of for a dog eating sand or mud would be due to dog having worms in the stomach. I am not sure if this is true or a myth. All the same please check if your dog is due for deworming.
ettoo last decade
Hello Doglover,

How are things today? I’m curious whether the Passiflora did calm the dog or not.

Regards, Sjaak
Sjaak last decade
What type of clay and how much for a 15 pound dog.
merisel last decade
Hi merisel

How are you?

Nice to see you after such a long gap.

gavinimurthy last decade
Up and down, mostly up. I will go to my old post and update you. How are you doing?
merisel last decade
Fine. I replied on your old thread. Nice of you to make sure that this thread is not disturbed further.

gavinimurthy last decade

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