Alternative Remedies to Treat Your Pet’s Health Issues

Whenever you are considering changing your dog’s medication, you should always ask the advice of a veterinarian. Homeopathic remedies have proven to be very successful and they are much more affordable than Western medication options. It is always wise to ask a vet what types of remedies is safe for your pet, but if you have an emergency and cannot get to a homeopathic vet, you can try the natural remedies below. We have successfully used these remedies with our own pets and they were better in no time.

Activated Charcoal – This is the most effective treatment for poisoning. If your dog ingested chocolate, aspirin, or anything else that could poison him or her, an activated charcoal pill will solve the problem. When your dog is poisoned he or she may vomit as the body is getting rid of the poisons. If this happens, make sure to give them enough fluids so they don’t become too dehydrated.

Living Clay – This is a natural detox remedy. The clay helps to treat many different illnesses like allergies, rashes, parasites, and arthritis. The clay can be ingested orally or applied to an affected area.

Colloidal Silver – This is composed of silver particles that are suspended in a liquid base and it can treat a wide range of ailments. It is effective in treating bacterial and viral infections as well as lung infections. It is a natural antibiotic, antiviral, and antifungal remedy that will help cure your pet of many health problems.

Lavender Oil – If your pet is prone to anxiousness, lavender oil is your answer. The soothing qualities of lavender will have your pet calm and peaceful in no time. Apply a few drops at the back of the head or on top of the head and watch the anxiousness flow away.

Garlic – Garlic is great for treating bacterial infections, treating inner ear swelling, and eliminating ear mite infections. To treat ear and other infections, mix a clove of garlic with olive oil and use an eyedropper to apply to the affected areas.

These simple remedies can be made or kept at home and easily applied for a range of different problems. These are natural products and shouldn’t cause any negative effects, but if any of these cause strange reactions in your pet, take them to the vet immediately.

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