Dog Alternative Health
More and more people are turning to alternative medicine to cure what ails them, and they're doing the same for their dogs. Almost every alternative therapy used to treat humans is also used for canines.
Often, dog lovers experiment with alternative therapies to find gentle treatments for conditions such as pain, especially in senior dogs. Acupuncture, chiropractic, herbs, and massage are all used to ease pain.
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Dog Alternative Health Experts Questions and Answers
QUESTION: My Lab Bubba was diagnosed with Pseudomonas Aeruginosa in his ear and the vet said it was difficult to treat. Do you know anything that might help? We have been trying antibiotics and conventional ear washes but they aren't working. Could it be diet related? We cook him a diet of chicken, squash, peas, sweet potatoes, and garlic.
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