Stinky Dog Remedy,Upcoming Webinar

March 10th, 2017 at 5:00 am EST
Hello Friend,

My NEW Webinar on Natural Remedies to Treat Your Dogs and Cats at home is happening in 4 days.

Some of the comments from my past webinars

'Thank You Dr Jones. That was the most helpful webinar I have EVER been to..'

'Dr Jones you are awesome! The specific remedies about helping my dog for allergies are wonderful. Thanks so much for sharing..'

My cat has had a recurring bladder infection with repeated trips to the vet. I used the one remedy you suggested, and she has not had another infection for over 6 months. 

THANKS SO MUCH  Dr  Jones. - Phoebe and Jessica.

Natural Animal Care Webinar
Tuesday March 14 at 4PM Pacific.

How to Keep Your Dog and Cats Healthy and Naturally Treat Disease with Dr Jones' NEW Home Remedies

The sign up is here:

Dr Jones' Stinky Dog Homemade Shampoo

My dog's 'best friend' is a dog named Pearl

A wonderful yellow Labrador

When Lewis was a wee puppy, Pearl was our next door neighbor.

They hung out..played together..went to the beach...ate compost together..

And NOW 13 years later they are still buddies :-)

But Pearl SMELLS

She has a chronic dog odor...

So at a recent doggy 'playdate', I concocted a Doggy Odor Shampoo, and now 2 weeks later, Pearl's owner told me that Pearl STILL smells great!

Here's what you need to know. 

Most dogs with a strong odor have an underying overgrowth of yeast or bacteria on their skin.  Usually this is secondary to an allergy.

Yeast can be hard to eliminate.

Although one kitchen ingredient works especially well...

Apple Cider Vinegar.

Here's the RECIPE

3/4 of a cup of water
2 tablespoons of Castile Soap
2 tablespoons of Apple Cider Vinegar
10 drops of Lavender Essential Oil

The Castile Soap is an all natural, concentrated oil based soap that you can get from any Natural Health Store. It is a great base for any soap/cleaning product etc.. It is made from Olive Oil/Hemp Oil/Coconut Oil

I am now using it in my own Homemade Natural Cleaning Spray as well

The Apple Cider Vinegar is very effective for killing the Yeast and common skin bacteria (Staph), that produce the odor

The Lavender Essential Oil is also effective at killing yeast, bacteria, AND producing a wonderful smell

Mix it all together, and then after you soak your dog, fully lather him/her, focusing on the skin folds which 'hide' the yeast

As soon as you add the Apple Cider Vinegar it turns all white..completely normal.

Here's the BIG point.

It MUST be left on for 10 minutes to be effective ( as bathing your dog with ANY therapeutic shampoo)

I left in on a for a full 10 minutes with Pearll..and 2 weeks later she is smelling like Lavender.

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Heal Your Pet At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM
P.S. I revealed tips like this and more in my upcoming Dog and Cat Natural Remedies Webinar

Tuesday March 14 at 4PM Pacific.

How to Keep Your Dog and Cats Healthy and Naturally Treat Disease with Dr Jones' NEW Home Remedies

The sign up is here:

DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian. Dr Andrew Jones resigned from the College of Veterinarians of B.C. effective December 1 2010, meaning he cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make specific medical recommendations for your pet.

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