Ticks and Lyme in dogs - McDowell's Herbal Treatments

There are many sources of tick infection found in canines. Lyme disease, Tracker dog disease, Ehrlichiosis and Biliary infection are some of the names you might be familiar with that result from tick bites in animals across many countries...

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Tick infection is caused by a tick-borne bacteria which infects several domestic animals including horses, cattle, dogs, and cats. The way out of it all is simple. Address the fundamentals of the immune system and the metabolic harmony which have lost direction. Support the organs and processes of elimination and the whole situation can begin to rebalance itself.

The most common symptoms in the dog is arthritis affecting more than one joint. The joints are painful, warm and swollen. Other signs are fever, loss of appetite and swollen lymph glands. Generally, the only sign you will see in your dog is that it is reluctant to move. The disease can vary from acute to chronic depending on the dogs immune system.

If the dogs immune system is not effective then chronic symptoms will begin to show such as anemia, eye problems and bleeding episodes.

There is a great deal we can do for Tick bite Disease and for the history which went back all the way to the original blood poisoning incident.

The fundamental problem can be summarized as a toxic shock to the metabolism from which the system has never fully recovered.

  1. The main mix includes Dandelion, Buchu, Hypericum, Nettle, Rosehips, Thuja, Wormwood, Yarrow as well as the Bach Flowers Crab Apple, Olive, Sweet Chestnut.
  2. Maritime Pine Bark to support the immune system.

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McDowell's staff Herbalists can not diagnose your disease or illness. What they can do is offer a herbal program to assist with healing, after you have had advice from your doctor or specialist. If you have unexplained pain or symptoms, seek medical advice.

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