Always be positive and believe it can pass. Further instruct the owner to repeat with 2 Vaseline sandwiches, to be followed by Nux Vomica and calendula. If the dog continues to vomit as it did prior to initial therapy, you may need to give another dose of fluid therapy.
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Homeopathic remedies allow the body’s vital energy to respond to a particular symptom.
Nux Vomica is the remedy for overeating or eating something toxic. I give a 200C Nux Vomica mixed in water placed on the tongue about 15 minutes after the petroleum ingestion.
Calendula helps with the intestines to become less inflamed and move more normally.
To give 200C or 30C Calendula after the 1st and 2nd petroleum sandwich at home
To give 200C or 30C Arnica for pain .if needed
4) Acupuncture - Place acupuncture needles in the following points:
ST 36 ST 25 - for GI pain and to increase the normal peristaltic patterns
PC6 - for the nausea
BL 20, 18 - to help the liver and spleen
Bai Hui and GV14 - as a balancing point
CV 1 (just above the anus, turn with stimulation)
LI 4, 11 - to balance the large intestine
BL 60 - for pain
SP 6 - to support the yin organs
GV 22 – to settle the nerves, if the dog is anxious
GB 20 - for stimulating the immune system and helping the gall bladder
Leave the needles in for about 35-45 minutes.
The cases discussed below involving my clients, involved animals who each started with a healthy gut. Many of my clients feed their pets raw food, which establishes and maintains vigor and stamina of healthy flora. We resume the good quality digestive enzymes and probiotics and some herbs to help settle the GI tract. I use Rx Vitamins Nutrigest, as it has quality herbal and nutraceuticals. I also use Animal Apothecary Phytomucil with slippery elm, marshmallow root and plantain.
Presented after 24 hours of vomiting and abdominal distress after eating a popsicle stick. No stools seen in past 12 hours. He was dehydrated and his mucous membranes were congested. His temperature was 101.8. His abdomen was sensitive and a little doughy. All options were discussed, and the integrative approach to the gastrointestinal blockage was started immediately. I gave about 40cc ozonated saline and followed the protocol. He totally relaxed and slept through the acupuncture treatment, which was his first rest in 24 hours. After 4 hours, he seemed more comfortable at home. 2 hours later he went outside and had a bowel movement. The stick passed the next day.
Presented after vomiting for 12 hours. In addition, his last stool 12 hours before had fiber and threads in it. No stools in rectum when presented. Kona was mildly dehydrated. His owner was given all options and chose to do the Integrative approach to Gastrointestinal Blockage. We gave 180 cc of ozonated fluids and did all the rest of the protocol. After several hours, he seemed less anxious and passed Vaseline laden feces and then slept. In the morning Kona passed 2 feet of a towel and was fine afterwards.
Presented after 18 hours’ episode of vomiting. Rectal examination showed scanty stools, and the abdomen was tender and doughy. The dog was not dehydrated, but was given 200cc of ozonated saline SQ. The owner was given all options and chose the Integrative Approach to gastrointestinal blockage. Within 3 hours Sampson was so much more relaxed. He also had pain in his rear legs and back, so he got the arnica as well. He started defecating about 6 hours later and started passing the petroleum. His GI tract needed some more stabilization with phytomucil. Samson improved after 48 hours and was normal. We never saw any foreign material pass, but the owner did not see every bowel movement.
Presented to Tufts Veterinary Emergency after 8 hours of vomiting and appearing as if he were having a torsion. He had been diagnosed at Tufts with Pyloric Obstruction with a recommendation of immediate surgery. He had a Hct of 85 and had been given IV fluids. X-rays were taken which showed granular material obstructing the pyloris. The owner asked for acupuncture, but was told that acupuncture would not do anything for this problem.
Instead of the expensive emergency surgery that was recommended, the owner had Neitche released to come to my practice to get an integrative treatment. He was given 150 cc Ozone and the Integrative Approach to Gastrointestinal Blockage. Within 3 hours, he started passing the Vaseline and feeling more comfortable. Shortly after the Vaseline appeared, granular sand began passing with mucous. (After the fact, we thought that he probably ate salted snow with sand that was plowed off the driveway, and possibly some cat litter.)
Presented to the clinic two hours after eating a 1X8 foot piece of cotton and a similar size piece of silk. She was not yet in any abdominal discomfort. The owner wanted to try to be proactive and possibly avoid a trip for x-ray and surgery. So the Integrative treatment for gastrointestinal blockage was started. That night she started passing big chunks of fabric lubricated with Vaseline. Some of the fibers actually were partially digested. She was fine that whole day and did not miss a step.
Champagne had been doing great on raw food change. His coat was the best it had ever been. Recently his stool had been soft but his owner gave him a cooked steak bone, not part of a raw meat diet as the cooked bones make pointy shards and can cause intestinal damage. Raw bone would have been fine if it was chewed. Well he chewed parts of it but the final big chunk went down. He had been vomiting since and after a few hours they brought Champ in. The same protocol was done to this dog with abdominal sensitivity. And within 3 hours he was so much better. He had a few Vaseline stools and was able to go on a trip with the family the next day.
Ear Hematoma remove the Blood vomiting and some interest in defecating, a re-evaluation may be needed. Remind your clients to always stay in touch with their veterinarian.
Leave 22 gauge needle in vomiting and some interest in defecating, a re-evaluation may be needed. Remind your clients to always stay in touch with their veterinarian.
Inject 1-3 cc of ozone gas vomiting and some interest in defecating, a re-evaluation may be needed. Remind your clients to always stay in touch with their veterinarian.
Placing a pressure soft bandage vomiting and some interest in defecating, a re-evaluation may be needed. Remind your clients to always stay in touch with their veterinarian.
Taping and supporting the ear vomiting and some interest in defecating, a re-evaluation may be needed. Remind your clients to always stay in touch with their veterinarian.
Olivia a twelve year old spayed Golden Retriever was presented to MASH with a diagnoses malignant thoracic tumor. She had had one lobe removed the year prior due to severe pleural effusion due to cancer. No definitive biopsy was obtained at that time.
OLIVIA Ozone therapy and Ultraviolet Blood irradiation
In Oct 5, 2012 she came for a holistic consult as she was have some panting and respiratory distress. Her mucous membranes were pale and her respiration rate was up. Her diagnosis of cancer with bleeding into the chest gave her limited options and chemotherapy and radiation was offered was palliative care for a few weeks. She was not eating was lethargic and not interested in playing. She was unable to take a walk without severe effort. She was given one to two weeks. Keeping her heavily sedated and on pain meds was an option until owner was ready to say good bye.
The owner herself had been doing holistic medicine with her own health in the past 6 months so she was curious if it could help Olivia.
Owner even bought her own ozone unit and was giving it to her both SQ and rectal daily or every other day.
She soon was acting like her old self, scoffying her food down,going on long walks, playing with her toys , running through the door when friends come to visit. She has been getting a UVBI weekly
It is now over 5 1/2 months and she still has this quality of life
Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation her both SQ and rectal daily or every other day.
She was given both subcutaneous ozonated saline and rectal ozone and given the below list of nutritional supplements and a change of diet. We also gave her acupuncture and homeopathy.
She received Ultraviolet blood irradiation from her own blood from both venous and thoracic tap. She had three chest taps of very bloody fluid over a 2 week period of 95cc-125 cc which helped relieve her dysnea. She received a MBRT from Geneva who has had malignant mammary cancer for 3 years and is thriving.
almost 4 months after treatment ozone and given the below list of nutritional supplements and a change of diet. We also gave her acupuncture and homeopathy.
She had occasionally gotten ozone after tick bites but now with the cancer she was to get ozone every week
Natural Thyroid 360 mg PM 260 AM
Standard Process Thyrotropin PMG 1 daily
Pet RX Hoxsey Formula
Pet Rx Maqui Select
Oceana Shark Oil capsules
Pet Rx Green Powders with SGS Broccoli
Dr Bob’s Healthy nuggets as treats,
Chi Enterprize Myomin 400mg capsules
U-Fn PSD a raw sea weed
EPA-DHA Metagenics Extra Strength
K9 Immunity Birkdale medicinals
K9 Critical Care Birkdale medicinals
Omega Gel Caps NatuVet
Pet RX LD support
Innate Response Maitake Gold
Modifilan Brown Seaweed Extract
Standard Process Immunplex
Text with the cancer she was to get ozone every week
48 hours after the injection with the cancer she was to get ozone every week
Practical Clinical Veterinary Ozone Therapy Cases