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  1. Dr. Jones I have black 2yr old lab, all of a sudden his back legs became weak and separating falling out behind him.He can’t sit,doesn’t want to for to log he’s really off balance. He’s bumping into walls or corners. I know he see s fine. His right ear seems to itch, oh and he can’t move his leg to his ear to itch it. He Druzes a little more. When lays down he moans just a little. Then all of a sudden he will feel ok and bolt running like a cheeta happy then back to droopy guy..he’s not the same. Took him into a vet they did a blood pane with X-rays and found nothing wrong..but there is something wrong..
    Any advice..?..thanks Miss Dani Kellogg

  2. We have a 14 years old Husky male ,named Kimba who is having / difficulty getting up. We have being giving him CBD with THC ( Vet CBD ) n decided to change with our vet recommendations, We are presently giving him pain Med Carprofen 100mg 1 1/2tablet daily, also Gabapentin 100 ng 3 tablets in the morning n 3 in the evening (8 to 12 hrs a part)plus Cosequin 2 daily . PLEASE HELP!!!

    Best, Ramkn
    (323) 317-8585

  3. Dr., I am using belladonna and tincture of licorice on my 80lbs pitbull. He has a collapsed trachea due to being kicked in the throat many yrs ago. This combination is the only thing we have found that will help with his gagging. He was getting exhausted from the constant coughing and gagging but the 2 homeopathic meds are working miracles! In a video you say to only use the licorice for 5 days. When can I start it back up? 5 days on then how many off?
    Thank you for all you do,
    Kelly

  4. I really need ur help me in my gsd puppy 10 months.i follwoed you and it seems a nerve damage case after vaccination nd she was using her paws to walk.A greta fan from India please contact me.i did blood test xray but nothing came out

  5. Hi Dr Jones
    What would you recommend the dosage Dandelion Leaf( no alcohol) for my 12 lbs
    dog who is having heart problem??

  6. Hi Dr. Jones,
    Could you point me to a fresh food recipe for an epileptic dog. He is not on medication because his seizures vary in frequency…9 months, 3 months, 6 months, 1 month….not routine except that they always occur before a meal. My vet suggested spreading out his food, and that seems to help. We do not want to put him on the epilepsy drugs. We have been reading a lot about a keto diet for epilepsy, so was interested in your take on the issue. We listened to your podcast on cbd oil, and that is a possibility, but I think we really want to take control of his food. We watched your videos on what to include in a good recipe. Would you still recommend 1/3 protein, 1/3 carbs and 1/3 veggies or should we cut back on the cards and add good MCT fat source. Any info you can provide would be appreciated!!

    1. Hi Cheryl,

      Here is some more information:

      First, Dr. Jones advises switching to a Keto or ‘Atkins’ diet. Studies have shown a link between diet and seizures in dogs. One human study showed a marked reduction in seizure activity with patients on the Atkins diet, and prior to anti-seizure medication, the keto diet was a common treatment for epilepsy. You can find information on Keto diets for dogs here:

      https://www.ketopetsanctuary.com

      As part of the diet, he also advises giving MCT OIL – a diet rich in medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) can help to control seizures in dogs with idiopathic epilepsy. There is no standard MCT oil dose, but extrapolated from people it would be 1 teaspoon/10lbs twice daily. Start with 1/2 that amount as it can lead to diarrhea, and work your way up. Many adult (humans) are taking upwards of 4 tablespoons/twice per day.

      Second, and this is perhaps the most important change, is to give Cannabidiol (CBD). Compelling research has shown that CBD may inhibit both seizure activity and the severity of such activity. Furthermore, studies indicate chronic use of CBD has not been shown to elicit negative side effects and does not induce tolerance.

      For dosing, start at standard dose of 3mg/10lbs daily. You can safely double this if your dog is not responding, and increase again if needed. At higher doses CBD has shown to be very safe, some find doses up to 10mg per 10lbs daily is what is needed to help their pet. Please see the link below for Dr. Jones’ CBD.

      Third, Dr. Jones advises giving additional magnesium. It can have a laxative effect at higher doses, so start slowly. For dosing, work up to the following (this is for magnesium citrate):

      Pets up to 10 kg: 200mg per day
      From 10 to 20 kg: 400mg per day
      Over 20 kg: up to 800 mg per day

      As a final suggestion, Dr. Jones advises giving Essential Fatty Acids as this may potentially decrease brain inflammation. He advises high doses to achieve therapeutic levels of EFAs, to 1000mg per 10lbs of body weight daily. He suggests using Krill oil as it has a higher % of anti-inflammatory EFA’s, and may better cross the blood brain barrier.

      For Dr. Jones’ CBD:
      https://thecbdsupplement.com

      For Dr. Jones’ Omega 3:
      https://theomega3supplement.com

      I hope this helps!

  7. Hello cN you help me I need to know what can I give my pregnant dog for allergies she has been licking the bottom of her paws, scratching her right ear and now I’m thinking from rubbing against places she’s losing hair around her right eye as well what can I give her or do for her if I can do something about it she is 37 days pregnant

  8. Hi Dr. Jones,

    I have a 15 Year old Female Miniature Pinscher name Chili. I rescue her 3 Yrs ago. She was suffering from Liver problem. My Holistic Vet did 4 session of Acupuncture, Chiropractic and Laser Therapy. Chili is also taking her medication for underactive thyroid. Her diet is Home cook Food (Organic Boiled Eggs (A little Yolk), Boiled Chicken (Mostly Organic), Organic Pumpkin Puree and Oatmeal. I found this recipe at this Ying Yang Nutrition for Dogs Book for Liver Support Diet that I start giving her 1 week ago too. Her Supplements are Goat Milk, Hepato Supprt, Animal Essentials Liver Defense. Her Treats are Goat Cheese and Boiled Chicken. She is much much better now. She gain a good weight and look happy. But this morning she threw up some white foamy liquid and I just want to know is there any Natural remedy for this. Thank you so much!

  9. Hi Dr. Jones,

    A friend referred me to your you tube channel and I followed those links in your descriptions, to here. I need help. Suffice it to say I thought my cat had severely dislocated her Femur and Tibia and fibula bones. I took her to the vet to see if they would adjust it back in. This is the same vet’s office I had previously taken her to in December. At that visit, before they would treat her, they insisted the law was that she had to have an annual vaccine for rabies. Not odd to me at all. Since that visit was in December, I did not get to see the actual vaccine or site where it was injected.

    So today, after 2 days of my kitty limping and in pain, I took her in. A different doctor, than the one in December, felt the leg and decided an xray was best to see the bones, and when he came back, I was told of a lump, that the leg bones were fine and in the right place, but that the hard lump was ___scientific words that end in coma________. He had aspirated it and found spindle cells and that a few of them were dividing. The treatments available were to do a proper biopsy (I said no, because that will automatically allow those cells into the bloodstream and guarantee the rapid spread). He was informative as possible mind you, but he did let me know what the progression of events will be if I do not come up with a plan of treatment, which the best one was to remove her leg.

    My fury aside, I am going to fight this and help my kitty win, like I did with breast cancer. But I need your help. I have a radio show called Quantum Connections, the website my show is on is TFRLIVE.com I am asking you to come on my show to educate not only me, but also my listening audience. I have throughout my broadcasts helped people save their own lives. Not bragging about this. I have been contacted by many listeners telling me thanks for saving them/ their family member. Will you help me? 7pm EST Mondays and Wednesdays.

    We do have a world wide audience and we are on other media channels as well, iHeart, Talkstream live, Tune In and etc. I would joyfully promote your you tube and website. Please help me save my kitty, or at least ease the suffering if she cannot be saved. Fear of the unknown is the greatest fear, and I aim to arm myself and the world with knowledge. Contact me via email.

    Elizabeth

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