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ADRENALS, We have our pet on steroids following the vet’s diagnosis of Cushing’s Syndrome. Is there anything we can give him to balance the effects of the steroids?
PARASITES Our outdoor cat is susceptible to worms. Is there something we can do to help her fight off these invasions? We tried adding garlic to her food, but she won’t eat it.
PARALYSIS PLUS One of our pets suffers from paralysis. I can tell by watching her that she suffers emotionally as well as physically, as I see no joy in her movements or expression. What can we do?
PANCREAS BALANCE We are treating an older cat with diabetes. Is there any support that can be given in addition to your Diabetes formula?
PAIN RELIEF Our horse is recovering from surgery. I am sure the stitches are causing pain, and movement seems difficult, also causing her pain. What can we do to help with pain and make our horse’s recovery easier?
The people next door have pit bulls, supposedly to “guard their yard.” However, a few times the dogs have escaped the fenced yard and the owners face charges from the court and dogcatchers. Is there anything we can do to help them?
We love our dog but when anyone comes to our door, or the mailperson walks into the yard, he barks ferociously, sometimes even growls or bares his teeth, and must be held back in order not to frighten people. Help!
We have had one beloved cat for many years, and now are bringing a new cat into the household as well. We are concerned for both cats, not knowing what their reactions will be. Is there any way to facilitate a smooth transition?
NEW HOME/GROUP LIVING: We are trying to introduce rabbits into our household. We have a couple of older dogs and we are not quite sure of their reactions to these cute baby rabbits. What should we do?
CONSTIPATION: I’ve noticed our dog has difficulty with regular bowel movements. Is there something we can add to his water to soften his bowels?
DEPRESSION-GRIEVING: We recently lost one of our cats in an accident. The other cat we care for appears listless and exhibits none of the energy she had prior to our other cat’s demise. What can we do about this situation?
DIABETES: My Dad’s old cat, Billie, has diabetes. Dad takes him to the vet on a regular basis and even administers shots to Billie daily. Is there a formula that Dad can give to Billie to help?
DIET: How much does the type of food I give my pet affect their health? What kind of diet is best for my pet? Do you have links to further information on pet food?
DIGESTION/ASSIMILATION: What kind of flower essence helps with digestion? Is there some way we can cope with our finicky eater?
EMERGENCY: Our pair of Husky/Malamute dogs pursues porcupines in the nearby mountain meadows and forests. They come home with their faces and mouths full of porcupine quills. It is so difficult to deal with extracting the quills that we end up taking the dogs to the vet to remove the quills. Is there anything we can do to ease the trauma?
EMOTIONAL STABILITY: Our daughter noticed that whenever there is an argument in our household, our dog gets very upset. Are pets affected by our behaviors?
ENDOCRINE SYSTEM We live in the city and have several pets. I have recently learned that glands can be affected by pollution. We are looking for an overall helping tonic for our animals’ endocrine systems and meridians. Do you have a formula that addresses the impact of environmental toxins on animals’ endocrine or glandular function?
EYES: Do you have a formula that supports the eyes and the maintenance of healthy vision in animals? We are concerned that our aging dog may develop cataracts or macular degeneration.
FELINE LEUKEMIA: My cat has been diagnosed by our vet with feline leukemia. I have friends whose cat came through the same illness and has gone on to lead a long and happy life. What would you suggest?
We have a high-strung horse who we’d like to support in being less nervous and excitable. Any ideas?
GRACEFUL ALIGNMENT: We rescued a yearling fawn, but she seems clumsy and displays a real lack of grace. We suspect that she was injured and never regained her natural fluidity of motion. What do you suggest?
GROOMING: We are opening a pet grooming business. Is there something we can carry in our salon that will help pets become more relaxed and comfortable when we shampoo and groom them?
HEART HELP: If an animal has been diagnosed with a cardiovascular disorder, is there anything we can do?
IMMUNE SYSTEM BOOSTER: When an animal seems listless and dull, like something is missing or they are fighting something off, would you recommend trying to boost the immune system and if so, how?
INFECTION: Our rabbits get infections, especially on their feet. Our dog runs through barbed wire fences and sometimes gets cuts on her legs that get infected. Is there something we can do, naturally, that could help with infection?
INTERNAL CLEANSING: I am taking my kitten in to be neutered and my brother’s dog is going to be spayed. Is there a remedy we can give them to help with recovery?
KIDNEY STRENGTHENER: Our older cat has kidney problems. What can we do to enhance our vet’s treatment and support our cat’s kidney/bladder wellness?
LIFE FORCE ZEST: What can we do to get ahead of the depression and listlessness that often comes with or after illness? Our horse has not been herself since emerging from a long illness. It’s seems her will to live is sagging, though there’s nothing physically wrong with her at this point.
LIVER STRENGTHENER: Our vet says our goat has liver problems. What should we give her to help the situation?
LONELINESS/HOME ALONE: Sherman and Woody, our Golden Retriever and Lab, are home all day by themselves. They get so anxious when they know we are about to leave in the morning. How can we make them more comfortable being home alone?
LYMPHATIC SYSTEM: Our vet noticed that our older dog has swollen glands. Is there anything we can do to help his lymphatic system?
MERIDIANS: Do you have a formula that serves as a general tonic or energizer, or that promotes optimum cellular communication in the body?
NERVOUS SYSTEM: My neighbor’s Irish Setter is so high-strung! Shaky, nervous, agitated, easily distressed . . . what do you recommend?
FRACTURE REPAIR: One of the llamas on my ranch broke her foreleg and our young dog met up with a neighbor’s truck, resulting in a broken hind leg. What can we do to support quick and complete healing?
ALLERGIES My Dachshund scratches all the time. She seems to have some kind of dander problem. Is she allergic to something and if so, how can we relieve the itch?
ARTHRITIS / ACHY PAIN We’ve noticed our German Shepard having difficulty getting up. He is an older dog and we’ve been told German Shepards can have hip problems as they age. Could this be arthritis?
ANXIETY/FEAR: Snickers our six-year-old cat, goes ballistic on trips, especially trips to the vet! I have also noticed that whenever anyone new comes over, she hisses and then hides. What can we do?
BIRDFEATHERS: Our parrot has been plucking his feathers out and breaking them off. What do you suggest?
CALMING SOLUTION: I can’t get my Jack Russell Terrier to mellow out. She’s always racing around the house, jumping up on everything. When people come to the door, she is so agitated that I often have to put her outside. How can I get her to calm down?
CHOLESTEROL IMBALANCE: Our vet discovered that our Irish Setter has high cholesterol. What can we do to bring her cholesterol levels into balance?
CIRCULATORY SYSTEM: Last week my Dalmatian, Toastie, broke his leg. Our vet set his leg and we are using Pain Relief to ease the pain and general discomfort. I would like to help bring the inflammation down. Is there something for the circulatory system that might help with the swelling?