Non-Toxic Parasite Control – what tastes good :)

Dear Dog Lover Friend, :)

Have you ever wondered about a non-toxic, extremely easy to use, what is even extremely affordable (about $10-$15) however perfectly effective parasite control for your beloved one? Included humans? Yep, that’s right, periodically, we need that also.

We just started our session together with our puppy, all the family gets it, from my husband, through me and doggy and kitties. And we just enjoy it. :)

Below, you can find the product I use: it’s called Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth. Sounds funky, huh? But tastes good. :) So much easier to use than garlic!! :) And tastes & smells way better also. :) )

Does NOT harm neither adult/pregnant humans or pets, nor kids or really young animals. You don’t have to use gloves or mess with toxic staff and to be prepared for the end of the Earth in case it gets on you. It’s actually healthy. :) How cool is that? :)

We mix it with kefir, but it can be mixed with water, yogurt, whatever you prefer.

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How to figure out when to book a beauty appointment for your dog(s)?

Dear Dog Lover Friend, :)

I was thinking how could I help you and your dog to make your life more comfortable and keep the grooming budget as low as possible at the same time. The following article will help you to figure out when to book or not to book a beauty appointment for your four-legged companion.

Green text means the condition how it should be, red text means there is a problem to be solved immediately.

These are the most important parts to check:

  1. Eyes & Ears
  2. Paws & Nails
  3. Hair Quality:  Body & Sanitary

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Opening and Puppy News

Hi there, :)

We’re back from our vacation. The first day I’ll work is on Monday (7th). Feel free to contact me ( call / text / e-mail ) to book an appointment for your dog(s).’more …’

Let me introduce our new four-legged family member, Töki. (It means something like Pumpkin. :)

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Natural approach to treatment of eye infections

By Dr. Peter Dobias

” Eye discharges are one of the most common problems. Whenever I see my clients with concerns about their dogs or cats eyes, the first question I ask is what they’re concerned about the most. Most people reply that they’re concerned about infection and their worries make me realize that I need to write a blog to clarify some of these misconceptions.

First, I’m not planning to rediscover the universe here, neither am I eager to make things more complex because I do not need a PhD. What I would like to do today is to bring more clarity into what you may call conjunctivitis, eye discharges, redness or an eye infection.
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Is your dog a drama queen or cool dude?

By Dr. Peter Dobias

THOUGHTS ON THE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN DISEASE AND EMOTIONS

When I was asked to write an article for this issue with a focus on animal behavior, I noticed a hint of  resistance.  I didn’t even know what I would write about.  However, it took only a few minutes for a whole “filmstrip” of ideas to appear in front of me.This article is a mosaic of some of the most interesting observations I have made in more than twenty years of being a vet.
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How to treat arthritis in dogs naturally

By Dr. Peter Dobias

” Practical advice on how to keep your dog mobile, flexible and happy for years to come

Not that long ago, one of my readers called me irresponsible because I was suggesting that older dogs should exercise regularly. I was surprised about such a reaction. After a brief inquiry, I learned that it was the reader’s veterinary surgeon who discouraged her from exercising her senior.

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SARDINES MAY BE CONTAMINATED WITH RADIOACTIVE STRONTIUM FROM FUKUSHIMA

By Dr. Peter Dobias

 

 

” This month, I have had two dogs (patients) that had severely elevated levels of the element Strontium. The interesting part is that these two dogs were fed high amount of sardines and highly suspect that strontium may be coming from this source.

Strontium acts in the body the same way as calcium and it deposits in bones. Sardines and other small fish are eaten whole with the bones and that is why they are more likely source of this toxic element.

The reason why I am concerned is that the radioactive isotope Strontium 90 is a toxic carcinogen and it has been released in the Japan’s  Fukushima disaster.
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Urinary Incontinence in dogs – natural treatment PART 3

By Dr. Peter Dobias

” Practical treatment suggestion to drug free treatment

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If you have not read PART 1 and PART 2 of the Urinary Incontinence in dog’s series, please [CLICK HERE] before reading the following lines.If you have read PART 1 and 2, you already know that:

  • a large number of incontinent dogs leak urine because of injuries or lumbar sacral area and reduced nerve supply to the bladder sphincter.
  • it is important not to stretch dogs on the surgical table when they get spayed or neutered because it can lead to lumbar-sacral subluxations (injuries) and incontinence.

If your dog is incontinent and your intention is not to use conventional drugs read on.

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First, you need to rule out the following problems that can lead to urine leaking:

  • Urinary tract infection by running a urine sample test and possibly a culture.
  • Polyp or growth that can impede the function of the bladder sphincter.
  • Ectopic ureter that attaches to the bladder in an anatomically incorrect location
  • Urinary bladder stones which can cause inflammation, irritation and incontinence.
  • Excitement or submissive urination – this is a behavioral issue and has to do nothing with true urinary incontinence.
  • Sometimes hyperactive adrenal glands or the administration of corticosteroids can also cause incontinence.

Every incontinent dog should go through the following:

    • Physical examination
    • Blood test – chemistry, complete blood count and thyroid test.
    • Urinalysis to evaluate kidney function

TREAT YOUR DOG’S URINARY INCONTINENCE WITH INCONTIA

all natural homeopathic treatment for leaky bladder

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Generally, it is very rare that a dog doesn’t respond to the above mentioned protocol. However, no treatment works for every patient. INCONTIA  comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.  All you need to do is to contact us to make arrangments. If you dog doesn’t respond, ask your veterinarian to perform further examination such as bladder ultrasound to rule out other possible problems. If all tests come back normal and you have treated your dog for 3 – 9 months without any change, it is possible that your dog will need estrogen medication such as Stilbestrol or Proin. I personally prefer Stilbestrol.

Legal Disclaimer: The materials and information in this article is for education and information purpose only and are not intended to treat disease or replace the care of a veterinarian.  If you have any question regarding this treatment, you can email us or reserve a personal consultation with  Dr. Dobias here. – See more at: http://peterdobias.com/community/2013/04/urinary-bladder-incontinence-dogs-part3/#sthash.mskQ7Isb.dpuf ”

All of this article’s credit goes to: Dr. Peter Dobias, feel free to brows for more info about his perspective here.

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Natural Treatment Of Urinary Incontinence in Dogs

By Dr. Peter Dobias

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” SUMMARY:

  • PART 1 – Why does incontinence happen?
  • PART 2 – Truth about spay, neuter and incontinence.
  • PART 3 – Holistic approach to incontinence treatment.

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If you have a dog with urinary incontinence ( leaky bladder when your dog sleeping), you most likely know how frustrating this problem is. Also dogs are quite fastidious and get very embarrassed when they have an accident.

Neither is it fun to clean carpets and floors and who wants their house smelling like pee?

The common understanding of the main cause of urinary incontinence in dogs is low estrogen levels in spayed females. It is true that some female dogs respond to estrogen hormones; however, this theory falls short because male dogs suffer from this problem too.

Story of Caz

It was the year 2002 when I met Caz, a lovely Rhodesian Ridgeback female who lived with my friend Pat. Her previous owner gave her up after she accidentally fell off the back of a truck.  She was dragged behind but fortunately recovered from this horrible accident.

Pat loved Caz. She brought her to me for treatment of urinary bladder incontinence that had not responded to the traditional treatment. For several months, we tried to take more non-traditional approaches and saw no change. It was a frustrating situation and we all were at our wits end.

However, I was stubbornly determined to solve the mystery and after a brief conversation, Pat allowed me to take Caz home for a few days of observation.

To our surprise, Caz showed no signs of incontinence for three days! I started to think that her incontinence was somehow connected to walks and exercise that she did with Pat. I decided to join them on their walk to see if I could get any clues.

As soon as we started walking, Caz was completely obsessed about chasing her ball. Pat, being the “good dog mom” threw Caz’s ball over and over because she wanted to make her happy.  Thirty minutes later, her tongue was hanging out like a big pink yo-yo, panting and finally looking like she had had enough.

When we got back to the car and Caz hopped in “bingo” a big puddle of urine appeared on the blanket almost immediately.

Now we knew that Caz’s incontinence was related to her exercise, muscle strain and back injury. After a few weeks of gentler walks, no ball chasing, a specific homeopathic treatment and a few physiotherapy sessions, the problem was solved for good. The good news was that we didn’t use any carcioneginc estrogen hormones.

This was 2002. To date I have treated many dogs for incontinence and  only two needed estrogens. Now I understand that  this condition can be reliably treated with gentler and safer methods without a drug prescription.

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Why mineral deficiencies lead to dehydration and premature aging

By Dr. Peter Dobias

” This week I have come to discover that most people do not know that mineral deficiencies lead to dehydration which leads to premature aging.The reason is that the body needs to maintain the right osmotic balance to maintain the optimal mineral/water ratio and when minerals are missing it has to “reduce the water volume” in order to keep the proper levels of electrolytes.

Over the years, I have written frequently on the topic of mineral and nutrient depletion, but now we have more data to confirm what is happening. In fact, the situation is worse than I thought because almost every dog that doesn’t get supplements is depleted.

Despite this, some people are still resistant to accept this and take a few simple steps that will make a huge difference. It is almost as if they needed learn the hard way, and it is hard to watch.  I wish their dogs could tell them what is missing.

Then I thought, perhaps these guardians are concerned about the cost; but ultimately supplements are much less costly than treating any disease, and that is why I am reaching out this weekend.

I think the biggest reason that people don’t give supplements, is that most people are not aware that supplementing missing minerals leads to better hydration, which leads to better function of every cell and organ in the body.  Hydration is also essential in slowing down the aging process.  I will confess that I didn’t expect the difference between dogs with and without mineral supplements to be as big as it is.

It was an eye opening experience, and it is so great to see dogs in their teens acting like they were seven or eight years old and you can do the same for your dog!

All you need to do is to take the following 3 steps:

  1. Measure mineral levels by using HairQ test
  2. Supplement with GreenMin to detox, cleanse and provide nutrients
  3. Feed wholesome, ideally natural raw or cooked food.

The good news is that this weekend,  you will get 50% off GreenMin with the purchase of a HairQ test plus free shipping to the US and Canada and 1/2 price shipping internationally with any purchase over $89.

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I also give you a personal guarantee that if your dog’s test comes back normal,  it will be FREE. (we will give you a refund for the cost of the test).

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Take care,

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Dr. Peter Dobias, DVM

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