Has your dog or cat EVER had a skin infection that you would like to treat at home?
Watch this video on what licking could be an indicator of a more serious problem or if they are mirroring your emotions of fear or anxiety.
OR anything else for that matter?
One of the most frustrating things to see is your dog obsessively licking his paws, or a cat that excessively over grooms and no matter what you do, nothing seems to stop the behavior, especially when that’s all that seems to matter.
Dogs and cats who lick their paws excessively often develop stains on the fur of their feet from their saliva. The area between the pads can be red, inflamed, swollen and painful to touch. If you are not sure what is going on, please know that the information and resources I provide to help you be more confident in keeping your pets healthy and happy is not a substitution for veterinary care.
AS YOU KNOW IF YOU have been following or working with me for a while I am on a mission to
help you trust yourself enough and your body to be your own medicine
and also understand the behavior and emotions of your animal companions so they an thrive
After working with thousands of people and animals yes we are all mammals and whilst the size of our brains and the different function systems differ slightly we are like other animals wired to respond to survive through predictive stimuli
which is why the foundational piece to all health and well being is deeply rooted in trust and how to understand the nervous system responses
not only will you be able to recognise your own triggers but see what is going on with your own animal friends and deepen your relationship , take back your power by making informed decisions, help yourself and then without uneccessary and harmful drugs that treat the symptom not the cause
After all big pharma for people and animals is a multi billion dollar sick care model not one that is motivated to keep people and animal healthy and well and figure out what is going on before you need to visit a doctor or vet
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“Outside of a dog, a book is a man’s best friend.
Inside a dog, it’s too dark to read. – Groucho Marx
the Rain rider”…Saving just one pet won’t change
the world ….but, surely, the world will
change for that one pet…”
in todays dose of body mind medicine i want to answer a common question i get asked about this annoying behavior and
give you some practical ways you can help your dog or cat that is obsessively living their feet or a part of their body
What’s causing it?
There are many possibilities, but the most common cause by far is allergies, with secondary yeast infections.
So what to do?
Here is a topical anti-allergy/anti-yeast recipe that can help
- 1 cup Green tea
- 2 tablespoons Apple Cider Vinegar,
- 1 tablespoon Salt
- 10 drops Lavender Essential Oil
The green tea is antibacterial, the ACV is effective for yeast, the salt is antibacterial and will also take down some of the swelling, and the lavender oil offers anti-yeast and some antihistamine qualities to help with the allergy.
Directions: Brew up 1 cup of green tea, then allow to cool for 15mins. Add in the ACV, Salt and Lavender Oil. Soak the affected feet for 5 minutes twice daily. Assess after 7 days if this is beneficial.
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