Why garlic? It can cause Heinz body anemia.
> Thank you Rosemary,
> Any help would be greatly appreciated. She is on Iams right now small
> bites, she doesn't eat much. I try to suppliment her with meats and
> chicken livers(cooked she won't eat them raw) and whatever else I can
> coax her into eating. But she still has spunk to her, my main concern
> is her vision it has gone down hill quickly. I have a nutrition store
> in town that I'm going to pick up some garlic to start her on. Any and
> all suggestions are appreciated.
> --- In NaturalHorseandPetC
> > Hi Lena,
> > It sounds like your puppy is in trouble. As you describe the
> symptoms you are seeing I can't help but think there is one underlying
> cause for all of it. Treating symptoms may provide some relief, but
> looking at the immune system and how to support it, along with detox
> could be more beneficial in the long run. What are you feeding? There
> are some supplements you could give too.
> > If you are dealing with cancer, we've been there too and beat it
> naturally. I'm happy to share.
> > Rosemary
> > --
> > Ginger 14 year old yellow lab 3/1/94-1/25/
> > dx diabetes 11/01,
> > dx hemangiosarcoma 09/06
> > Read Ginger's story here:
> > www.RosemarysSoluti
> > ------------
> > From: "Lena" <countrycatcandles@
> > I have a female pembroke welsh corgi 7 y/o. Back in November I noticed
> > what was a energetic healthy dog had became the opposite. I brought
> > her inside(she's an outside dog) and went to the vet. He thought she
> > had a uti and put her on smz's. She also had a very heavy flea and
> > tapeworm load.(None of my other dogs had it) She also has a hacking
> > cough that comes and goes. The smz's helped a little along with
> > pennicilian and dexamethazone(
> > now minimal improvement so we put her on Baytril injectible last week,
> > again little improvement and she has very gunky eyes. They fill each
> > morning with a thick layer of yellow. I've been trying to treat that
> > part with triple antibiotic ointment for eyes with little sucess. Does
> > anyone have suggestions? My vet mentioned the possibility of blasto or
> > histo and I'm wanting to try something more natural.
> > thank you
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