Cats bladder and urethra issues. Unsweetened cranberry juice increases urine acidity resulting in a reduced chance of blockages or infections. You can add cranberry juice or capsule to the water. Be sure you ask your vet for the proper dosages.
If you see that your dog is straining, and makes frequent toilet attempts, constipation may be the problem. Adding a can of pumpkin could get things started again.
For a severe case, try mixing in a tablespoon of Milk of Magnesia.
If your Dog or cat eats something they shouldn't or devours something toxic, you can use hydrogen peroxide to induce vomiting. Give them one teaspoon per five pounds of body weight, and repeat once if needed. Call your vet.
For dog facial hot spots, irritation or allergic reactions around the face use only stainless steel bowls.
Plastic harbor bacteria and other nastiness that can be very irritating. Be sure wash the bowls thoroughly once a week.
If you see your dog limping, he/she may have strained or sprained something playing. Bathe your pet in ½ cup Epson salt to a warm bath and let your dog soak for five minutes, twice daily. If your dog doesn’t like this method, you can soak a washcloth in Epsom salt and warm water and apply just in the local area.
If your pet has itchy eyes or they seem irritated or infected, a warm chamomile tea bag can be used to soothe them.
Chamomile tea is great for alleviating skin irritations. Put it in a spray bottle and refrigerate apply when your pet skin is irritated.
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