Monday, January 5

Pet Skin Spray using Apple Cider Vinegar ; Vinegar works for your pet's hot spots

 Using Apple Cider Vinegar on your pet's Hot spots ;
 Using Apple Cider Vinegar for Flea control ; 
Apple Cider Vinegar for Cat/ Dog Ear infections ; 

Apple Cinder Vinegar. It has many benefits, including healing ( assisting the healing process)  skin problems and hot spots. The  raw, unpasteurized ACV, such as the Bragg brand, helps relieve the actual itching and scratching..  Reduces inflammation and aides in healing ;  spend a few cents more and buy the Raw , unfiltered brand of ACV

( MY ADVICE is not to take the Place of a licensed Vet;  Please seek out your local vet for any chronic ongoing issues ) 
Simply take a Flat cotton pad or cotton ball and dab some apple cider vinegar onto the irritated skin. Your dog may not be a fan of the smell, but no worries, it will quickly fade.

 Apple Cinder Vinegar - Don't use anything less than this brand ; unpasteurized  ACV

Hot spots go away !!! 

Fleas ?
Works on Fleas too ! 

this is a Way to AVOID the commercial chemical-laden treatments ..

Before treating your pet with ACV, do your best to remove as many of the buggers as you can. You can pick them out or use a flea comb, which will also help remove some of the eggs. 
As a rinse, shampoo your dog as you normally would, and rinse thoroughly. Then rinse your pet’s coat thoroughly with ACV and massage. Fleas do not like the odor or taste of the vinegar, so they should bail out or rinse off when you next rinse off the ACV. 
As an added bonus, the ACV will likely improve your dog’s skin and coat.  It can help with dry skin and increase the shine in your pet’s coat. It can also help with odor.
 As a spray, you can use an ACV mixture for flea prevention and control. You can make a simple mixture with one part ACV to two parts vinegar.
Another commonly used recipe is as follows: • 8 oz of Apple Cider Vinegar • 4 oz of warm water • 1/2 teaspoon of salt • 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda Mix the salt and baking soda together, then add the mixture to the water and ACV mix in a spray bottle 

Use an ear syringe (found at drug stores) to squirt a vinegar solution into the ear and let it sit for a minute or so, then turn your head and let the liquid drain out.

Solution Mix :
The vinegar solution can be a 50/50 mixture of ACV and pure water, a 50/50 mixture of ACV and rubbing alcohol or a solution consisting of one-third vinegar, one-third pure water, and one-third rubbing alcohol.  ( If your pet has OPEN areas or open cuts do not use the rubbing alcohol - skip the alcohol and just do vinegar (Apple cider Vinegar) and mix with water; 
ONLY use a few drops each ear of Dog or Cat

If the ear problem persists, see your Vet professional.
My Advice is not to take the place of your Licensed Vet. 


Don't forget your Dog and Cat daily supplement-  WE recommend the Holistic/ Natural NuVET Plus 

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Thanks for the tips; Taken from  
HybridRasta Mama 
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Sunday, January 4

Tear Stains Remedy , My Chelsey and Beverly's Janie bulldog

 ~~~ 3  things you need for Wrinkle Stains or tear stains 

Remove  tear stains without pharmaceutical antibiotics. | 50 
tMy English Bulldog Chelsey has had a problem with dry eyes and tear stains.  Chelsey is fed a wonderful grain free food called Zignature Brand.  The tear stains were a chronic problem through her life before I adopted her.  We are dealing with years of poor diet and and neglected eye care.
We now use this Natural product 1 time per day are experiencing  slow and steady results on her tear stains; She is taking a Supplement, using special eye cleaning pads and on an excellent food.
She does suffer from dry eye and uses drops from our Vet.  The eye pads  also helps to reduce redness and itching around the eye.

Tear Stain Causes

Physical characteristics, such as long hair on the muzzle or around the eyes, deep facial wrinkles, blocked tear ducts or bulging eyes can cause tear stains. Biological causes of red tear stains include red yeast, various eye and ear infections and pH imbalance. Red tear stains can also be caused by environmental factors, such as plastic food or water bowls and minerals in the water your dog drinks.

# 1

This can be used with anything that your vet is also using.

bullet Contain no pharmaceuticals or chemicals
bullet Gentle, tearless formula
bullet Safe for even the youngest puppy
bullet Alcohol Free
bullet Nothing to mix 

The reason tear stains are so hard to eradicate is that they are a visible symptom of a deeper systemic problem. The most common cause of the redness is yeast infection (epiphora) which in turn is produced by bacteria. That's why, if you want to get rid of tear stains, it's not enough to simply wipe the eyes with a cleansing product, you also need to supress and destroy the bacteria that are causing the problem. Eye wipes are unique because they are infused with colloidal silver, an antibacterial nano-particle that is highly effective at killing the offending bacteria while leaving beneficial flora and fauna intact. 
Remove  tear stains without pharmaceutical antibiotics. | 50 towelettes
These eye pads can be found at and some grooming supply stores




             #2                       Make sure you are on the NuVet Plus Supplement 

Chelsey is also taking NuVET Plus Daily , it's a wafer treat;  all natural 
Made in the USA   
about .65 cents pet day 
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# 3

Did you know PEARLS Probiotics and NuVet Plus Supplement has Reduced or cured many dogs with chronic Tear stains and Ear Infections ? 

Pick up some PEARLS - it's a probiotic in the Blue box -
 MOST dogs will need 1 PEARL per day for 90 Days and that's it.
 (short term) - sometimes 120 days...  - It's Natural and safe 

It's for humans but pets take it too. IT will help to balance out the Yeast and balance out the ITCHIES.....YOU can find Pearls at Walmart  or the BEST price is BELOW .. SEE LINK 

THIS Is not a drug, it's a Supplement ... 
PLEASE Consult your VET -  As far as I have seen,  PEARLs and other Supplements should be fine with anything your VET currently has your pet taking.

( My suggestions are not to take the place of your licensed Vet )   Seek Vet care for any infection or Illness -  Try Holistic Measures after you have had a diagnosis -- Thanks 

SEE NuVET Plus Wafer info and ordering Below --

NuVET and PEARLS Probiotics work together;  

HEAL from the INSIDE out -- if you have tear stains or EAR infections you have systemic yeast --   Use PEARLs -- 

Rashes - Itching -Body Odor - Smelly Ears - Reoccurring Ear & Bladder infections -Red Skin - Sores - Scabs - Shedding - Arthritis - Genital Discharge - Hotspots - Blackened skin.
Keep in mind the biggest filter organ in the body is the skin so when these toxins leak out of the contained system and into the bloodstream, they eventually make their way to the outer layer, the skin, and deposit the toxins on the surface of the skin causing itching, irritation, odor and then a secondary bacterial infections become a problem as well. Reoccurring ear infections are often treated with antibiotic, which don't even touch yeast infections of the ears, and in fact make it worse as it destroys the beneficial bacteria of the ear canal, altering the pH of the ear and making it comfy for yeast to want to grow there.

GOOD Price on PEARLS here 

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LOVE your Janie !! 
Beverly G's Testimonial( NuVET Review) , Jannie Bulldog 

No more tear stains and amazing Coat now... Took a good 90 days for the 100% results, although after the first 45 days I noticed changes not only with the tear stains, but skin, shedding, gas, energy level, sparkle in her eyes themselves, toning of muscle, so many things. I know it was a combined effort, by I also believe this product alone does super wonderful things. I went the exact route you recommended from the start. ~~~~~ Thanks Beverly for your Testimonial.. 

Thursday, January 1

Dog Treat Recipes made easy! Happy Healthy Canine Companion cooking

YUM YUM applesauce cookies for dogs 

Snicker-Poodles treats 

Thanks to : The Good Food Cookbook for Dogs: 50 Home-Cooked Recipes for the Health and Happiness of Your Canine Companion

5 cups all-purpose flour  ( YOU can use a flour alternative if needed ) 
( one choice could be,   Flour Alternative :  Barley Flour

High in fiber, barley alternative to wheat flour .   Just make sure to look for a whole-grain variety.

1 25 oz jar of applesauce
2 cups old fashioned oatmeal
4 Tbs cinnamon
2 Tbs vegetable oil
2 Tbs honey
2 Tbs olive oil 

Preheat oven to 325ยบ.

Place all ingredients into a large bowl, mixing thoroughly to combine.

Roll dough out on a floured surface to about a 1/4-inch thickness.  Using a cookie cutter cut into Poodle (or any other) shapes.  Place cookies onto ungreased foil lined baking sheets.  Combine dough scraps, rerolling and continuing to cut into shapes until all of the dough has been used.

Bake in the preheated oven for 30-35 minutes.

Note:  this recipe makes 5-6 dozen cookies, scale ingredients as desired!


OH Boy  Next Recipe ! 


MY Dogs Love these  new treats and my only drawback was they don't stay good for more than a week.  I froze half and pop them in the fridge every few days when we are running low.   Freeze in Tupperware containers and take out what you need .... YUM YUM 

1 egg
3 Tbs olive oil
1/3 cup chunky peanut butter, preferably organic or natural
1 overly ripe banana, mashed
2 tbsp honey
1 cup old fashioned oats
1/2 cup flour

If you want a Flour Alternative;  Use, Barley Flour

High in fiber, barley /  Just make sure to look for a whole-grain variety.


OAT alternative ; 

( Need grain free?  This is NOT a grain free recipe;  Here is an option, You can try this 


It's gluten free oats , much better than the Quaker oats for Allergy Dogs; 

1. Mix together egg, peanut butter, banana and honey
2. Stir in the oats and flour and mix well
3. Scoop 1 inch balls onto a greased baking sheet (I used a cookie scoop)
4. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes or until golden brown
5. Immediately smash the cookie flat with a fork or spoon to make it easier for your pup to eat
6. Let fully cool before giving to your dog
7. Store in an airtight container or bag
8. Enjoy up to a week after you make them

Thanks Ruthie Hart for the wonderful recipe  

Visit her blog here:  

Don't forget , the BEST Pet Vitamin is NuVet Plus 
wafers or powder 

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