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Basia 10-03-2012 05:41 AM

Please,need advise about use of Apple Cider
 
Hello
In June ShirleyGram I read about using apple cider Vinegar on itchy skin.
I printed this but lost pages 6 and 8 so don't have part of this info.

My dog Miki 4 year old Bulldog got nasty alergy, and I thought to use Apple cider Vinegar. If you have some advise for me, please share.
I am taking him to Vet in the morning but I know he will end up on antybiotyc and preanil. But I want to try other options. Thank You.

Brit 10-15-2012 12:05 PM

Hi Basia
Here is the piece from June's ShirleyGram:


Did you know that hot spots, pimples, rashes, impacted glands and uncontrollable itching are common symptoms of an overloaded eliminatory system. The skin is the largest eliminatory organ and when allergens and toxins have to find some way out, the results can be painful!

Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) to the rescue! If your dog has itchy skin, the beginnings of a hot spot, incessantly washes its feet, has smelly ears, or is picky about his food, the application of ACV may change things around. For poor appetite, use it in the food - 1 tablespoon, two times a day for a 50 lb. dog. For itchy skin or beginning hot spots, put ACV into a spray bottle, part the hair and spray on. Any skin eruption will dry up in 24 hours and will save you having to shave the dog. If the skin is already broken, dilute ACV with an equal amount of water and spray on.

Taken internally, ACV is credited with maintaining the acid/alkaline balance of the digestive tract. To check your dog's pH balance, pick up some pH strips at the drug store, and first thing in the morning test the dog's urine. If it reads anywhere from 6.2 - 6.5, your dog's system is exactly where it should be. If it is 7.5 or higher, the diet you are feeding is too alkaline, and ACV will re-establish the correct balance.

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Just a note: BB Dharma also has itchies that have been awful this year. I have been spraying her with ACV 4 times a day. It's a temporary relief but it does help. I also put her on 100 mg krill oil (omega 3s) and that has helped.
BE

Basia 10-20-2012 03:35 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Brit
Hi Basia
Here is the piece from June's ShirleyGram:


Did you know that hot spots, pimples, rashes, impacted glands and uncontrollable itching are common symptoms of an overloaded eliminatory system. The skin is the largest eliminatory organ and when allergens and toxins have to find some way out, the results can be painful!

Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) to the rescue! If your dog has itchy skin, the beginnings of a hot spot, incessantly washes its feet, has smelly ears, or is picky about his food, the application of ACV may change things around. For poor appetite, use it in the food - 1 tablespoon, two times a day for a 50 lb. dog. For itchy skin or beginning hot spots, put ACV into a spray bottle, part the hair and spray on. Any skin eruption will dry up in 24 hours and will save you having to shave the dog. If the skin is already broken, dilute ACV with an equal amount of water and spray on.

Taken internally, ACV is credited with maintaining the acid/alkaline balance of the digestive tract. To check your dog's pH balance, pick up some pH strips at the drug store, and first thing in the morning test the dog's urine. If it reads anywhere from 6.2 - 6.5, your dog's system is exactly where it should be. If it is 7.5 or higher, the diet you are feeding is too alkaline, and ACV will re-establish the correct balance.

----

Just a note: BB Dharma also has itchies that have been awful this year. I have been spraying her with ACV 4 times a day. It's a temporary relief but it does help. I also put her on 100 mg krill oil (omega 3s) and that has helped.
BE

Thank You Brit
I lost page about that treatment and now will print this post for future reference.
My dog is now on medication and he is better. We went to my renting cottage in country NSW for 2 weeks. He was getting better there but as soon as we are back in Sydney his feet are getting worse. I will try your advise. Much love

KellyB 10-21-2012 08:07 AM

I just recently used ACV to treat a mild case of scalp psoriasis (flaky, itchy, scabby scalp, ick!). Within 3 days my scalp was completely healed! I highly recommend ACV for regular treatment for the scalp and hair as it kills bacteria and makes hair smooth and shiny. Keep a squeeze bottle of ACV in the shower and soak scalp for a few minutes before shampooing/conditioning.

Brit 10-22-2012 04:39 PM

Kelly - it's also a great detox after a heavy workout :) Just rinse the body with it.

Basia - hope it helps your fur baby!
BE

Basia 10-22-2012 09:58 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Brit
Kelly - it's also a great detox after a heavy workout :) Just rinse the body with it.

Basia - hope it helps your fur baby!
BE


Thanks again, I am adding some ACV in washing of my dogs blankets hope this may kill some backteria, not sure if it will but thought may try anyway.


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