The Way To Clean Your Dog With Natural Ingredients by cdutta04


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									                Cleaning Your Dog With Natural Ingredients

There are some simple cleaning methods that are good for your dog.

To remove crusts and other secretions from the eyes you can prepare a non-
irritating solution prepared by mixing a quarter teaspoon with filtered or distilled

Stir well and use gauze or a piece of fabric. If the eyes are clean drop one of the
following natural remedies in each eye: sweet almond oil, castor oil for more
irritated and swollen eyes or cod liver oil for extremely dry eyes or ulcerated eyes.


Ears with too much earwax: drop about half a teaspoon of almond oil in each ear.

Heat the oil in a cup by soaking in a bowl of warm water. Carefully lift the earflaps
on. Have someone help you hold the right of the head and lead the dog away. If
you let go before you're done, you'll get all the oil over you.
Make sure the almond oil for a few seconds in the ear runs. Rub it with your other
hand gently the exterior of the ear near the opening of the ear. It feels like a
plastic tube that you can print while you massage.

Use a tissue to remove excessive oil and a piece of cotton wool to clean the ear.

Make the entrance to the nose gently with a piece of cloth or a gasje that is
immersed in warm water. Here's patience needed, because you have to wait until
the content of the nose is soft so you can remove it.

If the nose once cleaned and dry, clean it with almond oil or almond oil
supplemented with vitamin E oil from a capsule. Repeat once or twice per day.

The anus can sometimes become inflamed due to excessive diarrhea, making it
irritated and infected with bacteria.

Should the dog have diarrhea you can keep the anus clean with a wet cloth. Rub
the spot not to prevent further irritation. Clean the area dry and apply two to
three times per day ointment.

Bone, joint and muscle disorders
Usually dog's hind legs have large, strong muscles which he can move rapidly.
Therefore you should always keep an eye on whether he no bone, joint or muscle
disorder. This may cause lameness, pain or paralysis.

Examine your dog regularly and pay attention to injuries to the extremities, such
as swelling or pain when touched. Paralysis of the hind legs may indicate hip
subsidence and related diseases. Hip Prolapse is a hereditary disease, which often
occurs in large breeds. It causes pain and lameness on one or both hind legs. A
similar pain occurs when the top of the femur loses its blood supply and "dies".
This pain is caused by a disease that 'Perthe's disease "is called. It is more
common in small breeds, which are also susceptible to a disease: "luxating
patellas" or loose kneecaps. Both cases are not accompanied by pain.

You should consult a veterinarian to determine the exact cause of paralysis to
determine. In some cases, slight hip disorders treated with medication and plenty
of rest, while the more serious cases require surgical correction.

Bruised ligaments often arise from obesity in older dogs, although some young
dogs like boxers also can get. Weight reduction, enough rest and surgery are
necessary to this problem. Paralysis is often caused by broken kneecaps. Slightly
broken kneecaps cause intense pain. An increased wear causes a partial or even
complete paralysis, wherein the pain perception of the dog.

If the condition is severe then the dog must immediately surgery to prevent
damage to his spine. In this case, complete rest is essential for healing.

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