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BANGKOK 19 May 2019 14:18
robblok

Dog in pain, no vet open so I tried Turmeric / cummerin

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i will check turmeric out ..Thanks

 

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How much Turmeric did you give him every day?

 

Glad he's feeling better.

 

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5 minutes ago, faraday said:

How much Turmeric did you give him every day?

 

Glad he's feeling better.

 

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I got 500 mg capsules (tummeric with black pepper), gave him one in the morning and one in the evening. Did give him a fish oil too. All of it is supposed to be anti inflammatory. 

 

Yes I am also happy that he is walking better again. I really thought he was a goner. It was really sad to see him trying to get up crying. Broke my heart because I could not do anything.

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The animal hospitals should still be available in an emergency. It would break my heart too.  We lost our small kitten just 3 days.  Well done in sorting the issue.  I wish your dog well.  

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I see a lot of improvement, will keep giving him the tablets for a while (as long as I can hide them in the food). I did not expect it to work good. He actually forced the lock on the steps this morning to come to my room. (before we let him sleep there but steps are not that good for dogs). So his mobility is improving.

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Can make it yourself if don't want to give capsules. Just cook the turmeric powder in some water and mix in grounded black pepper and coconut oil - ends up turning into a paste which you just put in the fridge. The pepper helps the dog fully take in all the properties. Just type in Golden Paste turmeric and it will have the recipe and dosage for dogs. 

Used to give it to my dog daily when he was in pain. Has been off all kinds of pain killers (whether conventional or natural) for 3 months now. 

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he's an old dog and it sounds like he's had a wonderful life

 

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