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Homeopathy for Dog and Cat Emergencies: Puncture Wounds, Bites

Time to shed those heavy winter coats and have some fun-in-the-sun! But, as you know, accidents can happen. Are you prepared?

Homeopathic remedies are a safe, easy, fabulous way to treat your entire family should a minor (or even a major) medical event occur.

 

Read the blog to learn more!

Time to shed those heavy winter coats and have some fun-in-the-sun! But, as you know, accidents can happen. Are you prepared?

Homeopathic remedies are a safe, easy, fabulous way to treat your entire family should a minor (or even a major) medical event occur.

It could be a bump or a strain, too much sun or too little water, or even a digestive upset. You'll want to be prepared, and shine like a rock star when you avoid a trip to the emergency clinic!

If you are familiar with homeopathy, then you know its amazing ability to stimulate the body's healing response instantly, right when you need it!

One of my favorite, underused homeopathic remedies is Ledum palustre. It's a brilliant, and I do mean Brilliant, homeopathic remedy for any sort of puncture wound.

Here's a common list of incidents where you'll want to use the emergency homeopathic pet remedy Ledum palustre:

  • Dog or cat fights - bites, sharp cat nail punctures.
  • Insect stings - fleas, ticks, bees, spiders, anything that stings or bites.
  • Punctures - sticks, wires, nails, anything sharp that can puncture.

I recently punctured my finger with a injecting needle - ouch! Ledum came to my rescue and within a minute the pain was gone. The next day a tiny spot remained; but, there was no pain.

Some of you know how invaluable Ledum is for puncture wounds, but, did you know it's the best homeopathic remedy to follow Arnica montana to help resolve bruising? After a trauma leaves black and blue bruising, follow with Ledum and the tissues will resolve beautifully.

In Ledum's early history it was used to antidote tetanus. The first homeopaths used the triad of remedies: Arnica, Ledum and Hypericum if they were concerned about tetanus from a puncture wound. No tetanus shot with toxic ingredients, like aluminum, needed! Ledum is even an antidote to Poison Oak. So, make sure you have this homeopathic remedy in your pack for your next hike with your dog!

BTW, did you hear the latest recommendations on tetanus shots? They are only recommended every 30 years! And now you don't even need that - you have Ledum palustre!

If you'd like to know more about how the homeopathic remedy Ledum and the many other remedies can be safely used for pet emergencies, check out the kits and courses in my shop: HOMEOPATHY FOR PET EMERGENCIES

1 comment

Joy Howe

Joy Howe

My cat his been diagnosed with fluid on the lungs. They do not know the cause. They want to euthinize him. He has not eaten or drank in days. Isn’t there something we can do.
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Dr Dee Blanco replied:
I’m so sorry Joy. This kind of situation needs a practitioner who can follow the case and treat accordingly.

It sounds like it could be feline infectious peritonitis, which can also go to the lungs. Your vet should be able to diagnose this with the fluid.

Due to the severity of the situation you have to get someone on board quickly. When cats stop eating it’s very serious.

I would suggest my colleague Dr Charles Loops <https://www.charlesloopsdvm.com/> and tell the staff about the situation the cat is in.

I’m sorry I can’t just recommend a remedy to make it clear. This situation has been percolating for a while (cats hide their illnesses very well) and so it must be treat quickly and with experience.

My cat his been diagnosed with fluid on the lungs. They do not know the cause. They want to euthinize him. He has not eaten or drank in days. Isn’t there something we can do.
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Dr Dee Blanco replied:
I’m so sorry Joy. This kind of situation needs a practitioner who can follow the case and treat accordingly.

It sounds like it could be feline infectious peritonitis, which can also go to the lungs. Your vet should be able to diagnose this with the fluid.

Due to the severity of the situation you have to get someone on board quickly. When cats stop eating it’s very serious.

I would suggest my colleague Dr Charles Loops <https://www.charlesloopsdvm.com/> and tell the staff about the situation the cat is in.

I’m sorry I can’t just recommend a remedy to make it clear. This situation has been percolating for a while (cats hide their illnesses very well) and so it must be treat quickly and with experience.

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