(VICT) Re: Hot Spots

Do watch the salt; celery is quite high in sodium.

Darla & Nuance Who prefers Carrots



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Scott & Erica" <picfis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <vi-clicker-trainers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, May 12, 2006 4:14 AM
Subject: (VICT) Re: Hot Spots


> Hi Debee,
>
> Just on arthritis - I've heard that celery is good - I'm guessing you 
> would
> need to cook it up and give them a bit with each meal.  I haven't used it 
> so
> can't give you amounts and how it works, so someone else may be able to 
> help
> there, or maybe google it.  I have heard that it works wonders though. 
> Good
> luck.
>
> Erica
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: vi-clicker-trainers-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> [mailto:vi-clicker-trainers-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Debee 
> Norling
> Sent: Friday, 12 May 2006 2:07 PM
> To: vi-clicker-trainers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: (VICT) Re: Hot Spots
>
> Jo,
>
> I loved all the herbal remedies for hot spots. I want to rush over to my
> nearest shelter to help some dog, because mine don't have hot spots.
>
> One thing that you didn't mention but that your message was full of was
> love. Dogs may not grasp language like we do but they can sense when a 
> human
> cares, and is spending extra time making them special compresses and teas
> and just touching them. I think this is why such a variety of different
> treatments work.
>
> I have a really old golden -- she's fourteen -- and people usually think
> she's younger, sometimes they think she's younger than my working guide if
> they just see her sitting.  I think getting a lot of attention, affection
> and stimulation has kept her mind sharp and her body fairly healthy. I am
> going to investigate some herbal remedies for her arthritis, because I've
> resisted giving her drugs.  Thanks for your message which reminded me to
> look in to this.
>
> --Debee
>
>
>
>
> 



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