Top 10 Home Remedies for Pets!

July 29th, 2022 at 9:44 am EDT

Hello Friend,


A cheery Friday to you!

Say you are really into the idea of using Natural Home Remedies for your dog or cat, but don't know WHERE to start?

Here is a Great way ( in my opinion :-) )

The Veterinary Secrets Revealed Getting Started Kit is a beginning course on how to start treating your pet at home. Includes a Course Guide, 3 introductory Videos (a total of 3 hours of instruction), and 4 e-Books on the most important at-home healing modalities.

It's here:

Here's how Tula and Murray feel about Friday...

Dr Jones' Top 10 Pet Home Remedies

10. Dog Dandruff Shampoo

STINKY Dog Shampoo Remedy for Dandruff.. or Botanical SELSUN Blue
- 1 cup of green tea,
- 2 tablespoons of castile soap
- 10 drops lavender essential oil
- 2 tablespoons of ACV 
Or SELSUN BLUE Botanical Shampoo ( has essential oils), both great for Yeast

Leave on for 10 minutes, rinse well, at least once per week

9. STOP dog Coughing fast 

Suro Organic Elderberry Syrup

Elderberry, Honey, Propolis and ACV 
Elderberry is a proven antiviral/antiinflammatory, propolis ( from honeybees) is a great antibacterial/antiviral, Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) with acetic acid kills bacteria and decreases swelling, and the HONEY has extensive studies showing it to be more beneficial than all the OTC meds for cough.
An easy safe, and effective option for cough
Dose:  ½ tspn/ 10lbs body weight

8. DMSO (Dimethyl Sulfoxide)

Russian Chemist in 1800’s discovered it

Contains Sulfur, allowing it to affect many cells.. great for arthritis, used in combination with Cannabidiol for Feline Urinary Tract Disease

Rapidly penetrates skin, blood brain barrier, 
HOW to use: apply topically to a painful joint- it is odorless and tasteless, but wear gloves. This was used often in my veterinary practice as it brings other medications through the skin into the joint/body.  Can apply a topical first (ie CBD or Traumeel) and then the DMSO

7. Natural Antibiotics
Tula was attacked by a racoon
What did I use?
Clip and cleaned wound using chlorhexidine as a flush
Then I used Colloidal Silver orally and topically. Colloidal silver consists of tiny silver particles in a liquid.
It has extensively studies, safe, good antibacterial properties..  I had many clients using this on their dogs and cats with good results.
Dose: ¼ teaspoon/10lbs body weight twice daily, applied topically

6. QUERCETIN for COVID/Allergies

In apple, red wine, red onion, blueberries, green tea

2014 paper… studies for its effectiveness against the common cold.
Montreal study against COVID 19, also being studied for SARS, inhibits viral replication early on in the process.

It is a well documented anti-inflammatory, and being used for animals and people with allergy.
It is also a good option as a holistic antiviral
Dose: Approx. 3mg /lb twice daily for dogs/cats

5. How to QUICKLY Stop a Bleeding Nail
So I was trimming Tula's nails.. she squirmed and .. BLOOD rapidly dripping from one nail
WHAT to do?
-don’t panic
-apply pressure.. 
-CORNSTARCH ( a small amount of Cornstarch in the bottom of a bowl worked awesome) leave in the bowl for a least 3 minutes
Vaseline is another option, and will also slow the bleeding

4 Slippery ELM

 From the bark of the Slippery Elm tree..

Some of the documented uses:
Chronic Renal Failure in Cats ( and dogs), Vomiting, Diarrhea, IBD, Coughing 

Very safe and beneficial.. get the fine inner ground powder when mixed with water forms this slimy/mucilage powder.. soothes by coating the throat, intestinal tract.. brownish paste..
You may only be able to get the capsules which is fine, just break them open and combine with water. A typical dose of 100mg/10lbs daily. A good remedy to have on hand, especially for Vomiting/Diarrhea

3. Castor Oil

Castor Oil has an array of medicinal benefits for your dogs and cats. It is used for constipation, dog allergies, topical for arthritis, speed up wound healing, along with stopping dandruff and treating acne. 

Castor bean, used as an industrial lubricant….

Active ingredient is ricinoleic acid ( broken down in intestine.. stimulant laxative)
It is especially safe, and I have been using it topically for wound healing and relief of minor arthritis pain. Try it out on your own hands as it starts out very thick/viscous, but dose get absorbed.
A very safe option for constipation in dogs and cats.
Dose of 1/2 teaspoon/10lbs 

2 NEW Dog Allergy Remedy – dog itching, scratching.. hair loss.. plant nutrient that comes from Soy.
It has been shown to be effective in animal studies for atopic dermatitis
Dose of 1-2mg/lb twice daily
 the ones I have used contained flax oil as well…
Beta-Sitosterol Plant Sterols, - primarily used for people to naturally lower cholesterol
Use for a minimum of 4 weeks to see if it is helping your dog

1. Panacur for Cancer
 Joe Tippens story, cancer spread, no chance to live.. a vet suggested taking fenbendazole.. Joe was given NO chance to live, and was cleared of cancer in 4 weeks
Since this has been published, other reports of people finding success with some types of cancer, and may also be able to help our dogs and cats with cancer
There is research showing how fenbendazole destabilizes part of the cell walls of cancer cells leading to cell death.
Doses for deworming 50mg/kg once daily for 3 days
 Liquid is 100mg/ml concentration

 Regimen for cancer is 50mg/kg once daily for 3 days on/ 4 days off 
 I would suggest trying it for a month to see if your pet will respond..

Heal Your Pet At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew

P.S. I have many Free resources for you to learn basic Home Veterinary Skills- and that is what you NOW need

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P.P.S Looking for a little more guidance?

The Veterinary Secrets Revealed Getting Started Kit is a beginning course on how to start treating your pet at home. Includes a Course Guide, 3 introductory Videos (a total of 3 hours of instruction), and 4 e-Books on the most important at-home healing modalities.

It's 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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