Resources and Information for Dog Nutrition and Health Links
|By Lew Olson • December 2006 Newsletter|
|The information contained in this newsletter should only be used as a guideline. Always make sure you have a correct diagnosis from your veterinarian before proceeding and always follow their directions and protocol.|
Resources and Information
Want to Feed the Best Diet for Your Dog, But Don’t Know How?Now there is a fast and easy way to learn! Check out Lew Olson’s easy-to-follow, on-line course videos! Read on to learn about Canine Nutrition and preparing Raw and Home Cooked Diets! Click for Video
Dog Nutrition and Health Links.
PhD Natural Health, LMSW-ACP
Bean and I wish everyone a
Happy Holiday Season and
good health and good fortune in the New Year!
Resources and Information for Dog Nutrition and Health Links
With the Holiday season upon us, it seems all I do is make lists and try to remember things, so I thought for the last newsletter of the year, I would put helpful links and resources all together. I am always searching for these links myself, so I thought I would try and categorize some of my favorites! In honor of the game show Jeopardy, we will call this newsletter “Potpourri”. I will probably add and update this list every few months. If you have any suggestions, ideas or additions for this feature, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org I welcome all input!
Diet and Nutrition Information
Directions for a Raw Diet: https://www.b-naturals.com/newsletter/raw-diet/
Directions for a Home Cooked Diet: https://www.b-naturals.com/newsletter/cooked-diet/
Diets for Dogs with Cancer: https://www.b-naturals.com/newsletter/cancer-diet/
Diet Information for Kidney Problems: https://www.b-naturals.com/newsletter/kidney-diet/
Heart Healthy Diets: https://www.b-naturals.com/newsletter/heart-healthy-diet/
Pancreatitis Information and Diet: https://www.b-naturals.com/newsletter/pancreatitis/
Protein and liver disease
Low protein is mostly contraindicated for dogs with liver disease. http://www.dogaware.com/specific.html#liver
Protein and Senior Dogs
Studies show protein reduction in seniors as harmful https://www.b-naturals.com/newsletter/feeding-puppies-seniors/
Why Feeding Low Protein for Most Dogs is Harmful
Mary Straus has the best information and research to show why restricting in most cases is harmful: http://www.dogaware.com/kidney.html#protein
Calcium oxalate stones and diets: https://www.b-naturals.com/newsletter/daily-supplements/
Nutrition Data Site, Can Analyze Most Food Ingredients: http://www.nutritiondata.com/index.html
Elimination Diet Directions for Dogs with allergies: http://www.caberfeidh.com/Allergies.htm
Feeding Raw Eggs and Biotin (yes, it is safe to feed raw eggs!): http://www.aeb.org/index.html
Medication and Supplement Information
Calcium amounts in eggshells
From the American Egg Industry Site: http://www.aeb.org/LearnMore/Eggcyclopedia/C.htm
“The eggshell is composed largely of calcium carbonate (about 94%) and contains about 2 grams of calcium. It also contains small percentages of magnesium carbonate and calcium phosphate.” The best estimate we have is that about a teaspoon of ground eggshell has between 1,800 to 2,000 mg of calcium carbonate. To use eggshell for calcium carbonate supplementation, dry the eggshells over night and grind in a coffee bean grinder. Keep in a sealed container in the refrigerator!
How to use Slippery Elm Bark (for GI upsets): http://www.littlebigcat.com/index.php
Parvo, a new treatment with oseltamivir
This is an article by Christie Keith:: http://vettechs.blogspot.com/2005/04/oseltamivir-is-there-new-treatment-for.html
Pain Control Management in Dogs
These articles show how proper pain control lends to quicker healing, quality of life, can promote better appetite and faster recovery for dogs (Bless you Christie Keith!)
Here is some information on colostrum, and how it works for immunity in the body. While these studies below are for cows, horses and goats, the same principle is true for humans (also mammals). It is effective for the approximately the first 24 to 48 hours of age, at which point it can no longer be absorbed for the immune benefits.:
IV Vitamin C therapy, resources and directions
Here is how it works:
Merit Pharmaceuticals, 2611 San
Chemotherapy Information and Interactions
Vaccinations-How Often, For Puppies and Revaccination Questions
http://www.caberfeidh.com/Revax.htm Revaccination information
http://www.caberfeidh.com/Revax.htm Titers, do they work?
http://www.dogaware.com/misc.html#vaccination Mary’s page on many resources and links for more information
Struvites, stones and Urinary Tract Infections
Great info on Struvites and treatment:
Urinary Tract Infections: https://www.b-naturals.com/newsletter/utis/
UTI information: https://www.b-naturals.com/newsletter/utis/
Dog Diseases and Discussions on Symptoms and Treatment
This is a good roundtable discussion among vets of Leptospirosis.
Symptoms and Treatment: https://www.b-naturals.com/newsletter/leptospirosis/
Erhlichiosis and Tick Borne Disease
Best site on the web, by Gil: http://blackgsd.googlepages.com/home
Odds and Ends
Mercury contents in Fish
These articles show Jack Mackerel, Salmon and Sardines are safe, while Tuna tends to be much higher in mercury.
Recipe for Getting Rid of Skunk Odor
1 quart of 3% hydrogen peroxide
1/4 cup of baking
1 teaspoon of liquid soap
When mixed, the ingredients in this recipe form an alkaline peroxide, which chemically changes the skunk essence into sulfuric acid (a completely odorless chemical). The soap helps break down the skunk essence making it more susceptible to the other chemical. Mix the ingredients in an open plastic or stainless steel container and bathe the animal in the solution. Rinse well and repeat if necessary. This mixture is rather volatile, so do not store already mixed or the bottle or jug will explode.
Leaving on the note of skunk odor may seem less than savory, but I hope you all enjoyed this months Newsletter. Remember to slow down and enjoy your Holidays and don’t forget to pet, cuddle and love your dogs and cats!
“It is not enough to be busy…The question is: what are we busy about?”
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