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    Default Natural Therapies and Remedies

    I read in another thread about using chammomile tea to reduce anxiety in dogs. I thought I would start this thread and hope it has sufficient interest to be made in to a sub forum.
    Massage has calmed Maggie down amazingly and she just loves it. What do other people do/use with their dogs?

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    Yes - massage also works well for Riley ! He loves a back and head massage !

    Some that I have found with good reports:

    Rose Hip Vital:

    Rose-Hip Vital

    Calendula Tea:

    14 Uses For Calendula Tea

    Manuka Honey:

    Manuka Honey: Medicinal Uses, Benefits, and Side Effects

    Manuka Honey Information - food, health benefits, research

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    I use rosehip for Sal for arthritis, with great results. We tried fish oil but it made her sick (as it does to me).

    I don't use rosehip vital though due to the cost, I found a horse product that comes in granule form and costs $18/kg. She's doing really well on it.

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    I have used vitamin E oil from capsules to heal lost fur after an infected sore.

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    I have used vitamin E oil from capsules (its a stronger purity in this form) on infected sores with great results too.
    I once grew a chamomile lawn for my dog to lay on that was anxious. And Catnip for a stray visiting cat who was a loon for the stuff.
    I was a hippy at the time. Bless.

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    Did the chamomile lawn work?

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    Hi everyone, here is our latest short video featuring a natural remedy. So far it was proven to remove cysts, tumours, skin growths on people and even some warts.

    Dog vs Lump 2 HD (how to destroy cysts & tumours, histiocytoma) - YouTube

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    How cute is Augustine!
    Feel free to have a look at our canine health supplement site - kingly-pet.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Augustine The Boxer View Post
    Hi everyone, here is our latest short video featuring a natural remedy. So far it was proven to remove cysts, tumours, skin growths on people and even some warts.

    Dog vs Lump 2 HD (how to destroy cysts & tumours, histiocytoma) - YouTube
    wow that's impressive. Will be keeping it in mind.

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    My neighbour informed me our local chiropractor massages her dog every month. I might take Mags in one day.

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