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 Post subject: Does your pet get nauseous?
PostPosted: September 11th, 2016, 1:59 pm 
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Some good embedded links in this article.

http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2016/09/04/upset-stomach-remedies.aspx

**The dog at the top of the article (in the photo provided) looks just like our Amos! Almost exactly.

We use acidophilus on our dog's food and have had little trouble with him being sick. But we use real raw food as many months of the year as he can eat outdoors (no raw food or meaty bones inside THIS house!) so I sprinkle a capsule every day, right onto the meaty bones or the raw chicken wing or whatever I give him.

He did have an ear infection a while back which I cleared up with a coconut oil and garlic oil mixture. Then I mixed up some of the same stuff, with a little less garlic oil, and have been using it to wipe his eyes because he's really been bothered this summer with the outdoor air. I'm sure it's because of all the aerial spraying going on and no one will ever convince me otherwise. Hell, my eyes have been driving me bonkers, as well. So have my sinuses. I've been using my neti pot double-duty, but think I might invest in a nebulizer for the winter months. I prefer a nebulizer type delivery system to a boiling pot of water on the stove with stuff added to it. I've also been burning lots more sage than usual. In about a month DH and I will double the amount of D3 we take daily. I give D3 drops to the dog in his filtered water in the winter, as well.

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