Hot Spots

WoofDriver / February 10, 2016

Home homeopathic treatment for hot spots in dogs Hot spots are a skin condition caused by a bacterial infection and an underactive immune system. This disease takes time to heal and can easily spread. There is intense skin inflammation and pain. The sore might be red and the skin itchy. If the sore becomes infected, [ View Full Page… ]

Canine Distemper

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Home homeopathic treatment for canine distemper in dogs This highly contagious virus spreads into the air by an infected dog that sneezes or coughs. Other ways of infection include being in contact with infected feces, urine, drinking bowls, toys and bedding. Since the virus is resistant to cold weather, it can be seen all year [ View Full Page… ]

Gastritis

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Homeopathic remedies for nausea and vomiting in dogs (gastritis) Gastritis is a medical term that refers to an inflammation of the stomach lining and the symptoms are vomiting, lack of appetite and nausea. There are numerous causes for gastritis including overeating, eating to fast, pancreatitis, viral, bacterial or fungal infection, food allergy, spoiled food, stress [ View Full Page… ]

Constipation

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Homeopathic remedies for constipation in dogs Constipation in dogs presents itself for many reasons and can be acute and become chronic. A dog might simply hold himself due to not having a clean place to go or even because of stress. There might be lacking fiber or water in the diet or eating too many [ View Full Page… ]

Sprains and Strains

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Homeopathic remedies for a sprain or strain in a dog A dog might suffer from a sprain or strain, especially working dogs due to high physical training and activity. Sprains and strains are either acute or chronic injuries. Acute means it just happened and a chronic injury occurs over time due to repeating the same [ View Full Page… ]

Hypothyroidism

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Homeopathic treatment for hypothyroidism in dogs The thyroid gland looks like a butterfly that spreads out on each side of the windpipe on the front part of the neck. A decreased function is called hypothyroidism. It is more common in dogs and rarely seen in cats. Cats suffer more from hyperthyroidism. The symptoms of underactive [ View Full Page… ]