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April 19, 2019 / By Benjamin
Question: My dog ate a rope and is now having problems passing it. Is there some home remedy that i can do to help him so that way i don't have to take him to the vet and spend a bunch of money.
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Abbott Abbott | 5 days ago
If he's eaten something like a rope, and is now having problems, the VERY LAST thing you should do is give him a laxative. Chances are this is twisted round his intestines (worse possible) and doing this could quite literally kill him No short cuts - vet!!! This is part of your responsibility when owning a dog (or any animal)
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Abbott Originally Answered: oh please there should be something available for vitiligo in this world? Does anybody know? Home remedy or?
Hi Zibiat Here is some info I found on your issue. Dr Reading, an Australian doctor who cured a hundred Lupus [SLE] patients by [among other things] taking them off all grains except RICE and CORN. Dr Wright discussed the connection between a Lancet article recently reporting a link between the genetic marker HLA-B8 and 17 diseases with what he had learned from Dr Reading. All but one of the 17 diseases [Celiac Disease] arethought to be autoimmune diseases. Dr Wright deduced that if dietary restriction of gluten cured the one gene-linked disease known to have an external cause that perhaps all of the gene-linked diseases had an external cause and that it might just be gluten sensitivity! I would bet on it!! Here is the list of the diseases linked to the gene that might respond to restriction of gluten containing foods. My advice is that ANY patient with one of the following diagnoses be taken off ALL grain and ALL dairy products until their involvement is ruled out. Addison's Disease Autoimmune hemolytic anemia Celiac disease Childhood asthma Chronic autoimmune hepatitis Dermatitis herpetiformis Grave's disease Insulin dependent (type 1) Diabetes mellitus Lupus erythematosis Myesthenia gravis Pernicious anemia [100% also suffer total lack of stomach acid] Polymyalgia rheumatica Scleroderma Sjogren's syndrome Thyrotoxicosis Ulcerative colitis Vitiligo Dr Wright recommends the tTG test for gluten/gliadin sensitivity, a measure of tissue transglutaminase and supposedly the most sensitive test now available. Information from a website is included below for your convenience. Other tests are the endomysial antibody test [EMA] for short lived antibodies and the antigliadin antibody [AGA] test for the longer lived IgA and IgG antibodies. Be sure the patient has consumed gluten containing foods right up until test day or the tests might show negative even in gluten sensitive people. Best of health to you

Shirley Shirley
Try this: Its from a website that has natural laxatives for dogs.. Milk causes diarrhea in pets and most vets do not advise its use. But if your pet is in dire need of a laxative then a little of real dairy milk might be the relief he needs. Smaller dogs can tolerate up to 1/8 cup twice a day and large ones up to 1/2 cup in the morning and again in the evening. Stop the milk as soon as the problem is resolved. Too much of milk can lead to other problems which would be hard for you to handle. A mild laxative for dogs is not the only option for helping your dog’s digestion; other home remedies include giving a small amount of Milk of Magnesia, Metamucil, or mineral oil to your dog, feeding your dog canned pumpkin, or adding wheat bran to dog food to relieve dog constipation. Many holistic and natural medications are also available. Talk to your veterinarian before trying any of these at-home treatments. I would also suggest you call your vet and they will tell you over the phone what can be done. We have vet clinics here that stay open 24 hours for an emergency animal hospital. Maybe your town does too? You should google and see and if so call them and they will tell you on the phone with out having to take him to the vet. Good luck!! That poor thing.. :(
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Petula Petula
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Marley Marley
if you think it could be something serious take him to the vet...like twisted around the intestines. otherwise try feeding him cooked pumpkin...in a can works too (without spices, no pie filling).
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