Category Archives: Dog

Jan 2021
Ohrhämatom

Dog – ear hematoma

An ear hematoma is a hematoma on the dog’s ear.

There are different reasons for an ear hematoma:

– ear disease

– ear infection

– the itching causes the dog to scratch its ear, shake its head

– Injuries to the ear

– more often in dog breeds with drooping ears

The dog’s ear is swollen, different and therefore uncomfortable for the dog.

Most of the time, the dog keeps scratching, shaking its head and holding it crooked,

so it keeps getting worse.

It is important to eliminate the cause.

If he has an ear infection, please have it checked by the vet, as this could also go very deep.

The ears should be checked regularly and cleaned if necessary.

In most cases, it is enough to wipe them off with a cotton pad.

Remedies must be given only in more severe cases.

The vet would puncture the ear, insert tubes and, if that is not enough, will operate.

I have had the best experience doing the following:

– Heparin ointment – apply it to the ear every day so that the bruise dissolves

– Arnica Globuli – daily in changing potencies (best to test each individually)

– tie up the ear (either with a bandage or ear protection from a specialist shop)

If the blood ear is treated in this way every day, it will in most cases be healthy again in 2 – 4 weeks.

Nov 2020
Hündin scheinträchtig

Bitch – false pregnancy

Many bitches are false pregnant after the heat.

The false pregnancy occurs between 3 – 12 weeks after the heat and can

take several weeks, it varies from dog to dog.

False pregnancy is not a disease.

Possible symptoms:

– Nest building behavior

– milk flow

– Swelling of the teats – with reddening

– skin problems

– loss of energy

– not hungry

– Cramps like in labor

– Changes in personality, character and behavior

– doesn´t want to be alone

– whine, cry

– need a lot of attention

– are very affectionate

– restless, irritable

– obsessed with their toys

– Aggression when someone tries to take their toys away

– the toy is the puppy substitute

The hormone level after heat is very similar to that of pregnant bitches,

this can lead to false pregnancy.

In addition to the possible changes in behavior, the following diseases could also be triggered by the false pregnancy:

– Inflammation of the teats due to strong licking of the teats

– Inflammation of the breasts due to blocked milk

– ovarian cysts

– ulcerations of the uterus

– mammary tumors

Depending on the symptom of false pregnancy, you can use the right naturopathic remedies

choose to support the bitch.

These include the homeopathic remedies Pulsatilla, Ignatia, Phytolacca, Silicea and Sulphur for skin problems.

You can also give your dog other thoughts with walks, games and tricks.

Again and again it is advised to remove toys. In my experience, bitches are much more relaxed when you let them.

Should the false pregnancy lead to severe symptoms or consequences, it should definitely

a veterinarian should be consulted.

Aug 2020
alter Hund

“He’s already old” – that’s not always true – there can be many other reasons

We all are getting older.

Our animals feel the same way, only much faster because of their shorter lifespan.

We usually only see their pain and complaints when the animals can no longer help themselves,

they put away so much, surrender to their fate, accept and somehow carry on.

For this reason, it is important to look carefully.

Sometimes it’s just not what we think it is.

The dog suddenly slows down, can no longer jump into the car, just trots along listlessly while walking or or or …

We think, oh, he’s getting old and just take it.

Often, however, there are completely different causes behind it, such as an hypothyroidism, claws that are too long, diabetes, Addison’s disease …

And once these causes have been identified and treated, the “old” dog is much livelier again.

This means that the dog needs more attention as it ages.

Especially when something changes in his agility, his temperament or his behavior, you should react immediately and have everything checked.

A blood check and a detailed examination are the basic requirements.

If there is then an exact diagnosis, you should check carefully whether conventional medical support is sufficient or whether the dog needs additional physiotherapy or naturopathic support.

May 2020
Epulids Hund

Epulids – bioreosonance according to the BNR-method

Epulids are benign growths in a dog’s mouth.

Epulids can occur in all dogs.

Epulids can have different shapes, mushroom or stem, round, uneven or smooth.

There are basically two types:

– fibromatous (made of soft tissue)

– ossifying (containing bones)

– but there are also mixed forms

Bad breath and weight loss can be symptoms.

If your dog is obviously in pain when eating, you should definitely

have the mouth examined.

The veterinarian will first clarify whether they are benign epulids

and probably want to surgically remove them.

It is not always necessary to operate immediately.

With natural remedies I have the best experience with CDS / CDL diluted in water

and dab the epulids 3 times a day.

Since the epulids can come back, the treatment should be supported by naturopathy, this includes building up intestinal flora, supplying vital substances and detoxification.

What your dog needs to get back in its balance, to build up the immune system and the body environment, is best tested individually.

The bioresonance analysis is suitable for individual tests – most individually according to the BNR- method, tensor, pendulum or kinesiology.

Dec 2019

Luke, dog – motion sickness & bioresonance

Luke is a 2 year old mixed breed dog.

Whenever he gets into the car, he first gets restless and salivating, then lies down completely still

and motionless.

Sometimes he vomits while driving.

First and foremost, it is important to find out the cause of motion sickness, the so-called kinetosis.

The unfamiliar movements lead to contradictory signals from the eyes, organs of equilibrium,

receptors of the joints to the brainstem.

The brain produces an error signal that triggers the symptoms.

Organic causes could be excluded for Luke.

Some dogs are scared because they didn´t learn „driving“ as a puppy or they have made traumatic experiences.

For many dogs, the “new” life begins with separation from the family and

transport in the car to an unknown place, with unknown people.

Who would not be afraid?

So if you pick up your dog by car, take someone else to drive and you at best sit next to your dog,

so he can feel close and safe and there is no need to be afraid.

Another point are the transport boxes.

The dog must of course be safely placed in the car.

Most dogs feel better when they can look out, that is not the case with most boxes.

So, if possible, allow your dog to watch.

Often the motion sickness can be prevented, if one has a clear view of the immobile horizon.

Some dogs also get problems after a certain time in the car.

It is important that driving ist transformed into something positive and

pleasing through appropriate actions.

Luke was not afraid to approach the car and jump in.

He was sick after a certain distance.

This nausea stopped pretty soon after getting out.

During the conversation with the owners, we found out that the driven route is very winding.

With the bioresonance I have tested that Cocculus is the perfect homeopathic remedy for Luke.

After Luke did not have to worry anymore about the possible coming nausea, he was getting used to driving again, step by step.

An additional positive link we have created with it, was a big walk after every drive.

All this is no longer necessary and Luke can ride without problems.

Here are a few naturopathic remedies against motion sickness:

– Nux Vomica

(Nervousness, irritability, panting, whining, vomiting – even when the stomach is empty)

– Cocculus

(Exhaustion, nausea, dizziness, lying down, motionless. Quick recovery when getting out.

Important remedy for puppies.)

-Tabacum

(Cold, paleness, trembling, big nausea)

-Petroleum

(Nausea, vomiting, but nevertheless the dog eats)

– ginger

(gives grip and relieves dizziness and nausea)


Nov 2019

Fur discoloration dogs & cats – Bioresonance

The bright white fur turns into a red-brown-yellow over time.

Why does the fur, the pigments or the drawing change?

Color changes for puppies / kitten are normal, since the pigmentation and drawing is not completed till they are grown up.

A good example for this is are Dalmatians, whose spots develop after 2-3 weeks.

Brownish discoloration in adult animals on the eyelids, snout, ears, paws, is what most owners worry about.

There are many different reasons for this.

Porphyine

Discoloration can be caused by porphyrins.

Porphyrins are red blood cell degradation products that are found in all body fluids,

as in saliva and tears.

Such discolorations can thus arise by licking the rest of the fur.

Copper deficiency

Copper deficiency can be caused by malnutrition, as well as disturbed intestinal symbiosis or too much zinc, which can affect the absorption of nutrients.

In case of a copper deficiency, however, other symptoms, such as anemia and diminished efficiency occur.

Hormonal diseases

Endoparasites

Ectoparasites

Chronic digestive disorders

Skin metabolic disorders

Altered or slowed metabolic processes through age

It is important in all cases to rebalance and support the metabolism of the skin and thus the regeneration of the fur.

Jul 2019

Poisoned by compost heap – Dog – Bioresonance & Animal Communication

Terry, a 2-year-old mixed-breed bitch, had to vomit violently shortly after she has been in the garden.

The owner called me and after I fhave communicated with the dog, I immediately
send them to the veterinary clinic.
I felt that Terry had taken something that was poisoning her.
In the veterinary clinic, they did everything they can and so the dog survived.
When she returned home, we started to find the cause of the poisoning.
The owner remembered Terry smelling moldy as she walked in and what she vomited looked like compost.
We find two important processes on compost heaps, which can be toxic to fatal to our dogs.
In compost heaps, decomposition processes take place in which toxin-producing fungi and bacteria such as 
Clostridium botulinum can be involved. These in turn make up the deadly poison botulinum toxin.
Often the coffee grounds are also emptied onto the compost heap, so the dog also could have taken an 
overdose of caffeine.
After we found out the cause and the owner turned it off immediately,
the dog was stabilized and could go home, we had a close look with the bioresonance,
what Terry would need to get back on her feet.
With a completely "dog-safe" compost heap, Terry can romp around in the garden again without worry.
Many dog ​​owners have a garden and many gardens have a compost heap - please take care and if 
something should look or feel strange, please go to the vet clinic immediately.
Jun 2019

Cytopoint – for dogs – a critical consideration

There are more and more dogs getting Cytopoint against their supposedly allergic itching

or atopic dermatitis.

After monthly costs up to EUR 160,– per injection, initially immediate itching stop,

however, after a few weeks or months started again and thus only moderate success,

I would like to take a closer look at Cytopoint.

In advance, it is important to know that an allergy is only a symptom.

A symptom of an overflowing immune system.

The reason must be found out, eliminated and put back in order,

then the alleged allergy disappears.

(see https://www.tier-bioresonanz-hamburg.de/lise-mischlings-huendin-allergie)

Cytopoint is being referred as a new wonder cure for itching, allergic dogs.

The active ingredient of Cytopoint is an antibody that is specifically targeted against a specific messenger in the body: Interleukin-31.

Interleukin-31 plays a role in inflammatory diseases such as u.a. atopic eczema, asthma, intestinal inflammation and in the sensation of itching.

With Cytopoint, the antibodies connect with IL-31 and capture the messenger so that the itching signal is interrupted and the dog stops scratching.

Cytopoint has to be injected every 4 – 8 weeks by the veterinarian, the costs amount to EUR 80 – 160, – per syringe.

Cytopoint has been authorized in 2017, there are only laboratory studies so far.

Possible side effects of Cytopoint include:

– Vomiting

– diarrhea

– urticaria

– anaphylaxis

– Facial edema

– hives/ rash

– Vasculitis

Conclusion

Since Cytopoint uses foreign proteins to enter the body, serious side effects can occur.

Treatment with Cytopoint is merely a symptomatic treatment.

The itching and inflammation are stopped, the reason for this is not treated.

Thus, as with so many medications, it merely tries to cover the symptoms, rather than building the immune system so that the body is healthy and does not have to react.

In addition, now ones knows what additional features the interleukin-31 still has in the body and what consequences may occur, if you turn this off in the long term.

Thus, I can only advise to find the creason of the allergies, to stop them, to rebuild the immune system, so that it is not necessary to use Cytopoint.

May 2019

Dogs – what to do against ticks?

The tick time has started again and that’s why I want to give you some wonderful remedies today.

The most important thing is that the entire immune system is built up, because not only supposed allergies etc. are prevented, but in most cases 80 – 90% of the ticks are reduced.

In addition, I can recommend the following remedies:

– Calapo bug-off dog tick spray

– Zedan SP spray

– Organic coconut oil internally and externally

– EMa Liquid by Naturrat

– Livermoss extract diluted

– CD vet black cumin oil

– Lupo San Zeckweg

– Aniforte Zeckenschild

– Ledum C30 – 2 x 3 Globules at interval of 15 – 20 minutes, if a tick has bitten

 

As before, all animals should always be searched for ticks.

I can only strongly advise against chemical flea and tick prophylaxis – including collars and pills -.

They consist of chemically synthesized substances and can lead to devastating side effects, such as:

– itching

– Lethargy

– Ataxia / tremor

– rashes

– Hair loss

– eczema

– Poisoning after oral intake

– tumors

In addition, according to the manufacturer, ticks can still suck in and mosquitoes sting.

I wish you a tick-free summer.

 

Feb 2019

Peppi, Bulldog – Flat Puppy Syndrome – Bioresonance & Physiotherapy

Peppi is a 3 week old english bulldog.

The breeder called me, because she had difficulties in standing and walking for a week already.

After the bioresonance analysis, the characteristic symptoms and the consultation with the veterinarian, the diagnosis was: Flat Puppy Syndrome.

In the case of a Flat Puppy Syndrome, the legs can no longer be brought under the body.

The puppies lie in breast position and only can crawl forward, while paddling with the legs.

It usually starts with the 2nd week of life and stays until about the 5th – 6th week.

The permanent lying deforms chest and joints, which can lead to further difficulties later.

In addition, breathing difficulties, constipation, skin problems caused by urine and feces, visual and nervous disorders and epileptic attacks can occur.

The exact cause is unknown, but there are some theories:

– puppies live on too hard and / or slippery floor

– gain weight too fast

– hereditary nerve functions development delay

Treatment options

First, make sure that the puppies have a soft, not slippery surface.

Physiotherapeutic support is very important.

I can only recommend Nadja Löhrer, www.tierphysio-pfotenhufe.de/.

In addition, we have tested with bioresonance analysis, which vital substances, minerals, vitamins, etc. Peppi needs, so that the nerves and the musculoskeletal system get functional again.

Peppi is doing well and no damages are retained.