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Took Rosco to a holistic vet and everything changed.

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posted on Sep, 23 2014 @ 10:46 PM
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I'm glad your puppy dog is feeling better!
Vinegar, plain distiller white vinegar, is the best straight all purpose cleaner I have ever found. That in combination with baking soda and you have cheap effective cleaners safe for your pup and your little guy. There are some great cleaners on the market, but many of them are expensive and still don't work much better than a few straight forward ingredients.




posted on Sep, 23 2014 @ 10:52 PM
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originally posted by: woodsmom
a reply to: mblahnikluver

I'm glad your puppy dog is feeling better!
Vinegar, plain distiller white vinegar, is the best straight all purpose cleaner I have ever found. That in combination with baking soda and you have cheap effective cleaners safe for your pup and your little guy. There are some great cleaners on the market, but many of them are expensive and still don't work much better than a few straight forward ingredients.


That is basically what i have been finding! The combo of the two which I have and is FAR cheaper than the brands sold in the store that are all natural.

I have a huge bottle of vinegar and baking soda. I need to clean out the spray bottle or just go to the Dollar Tree and get a few more. It will be an adjustment because the smell of vinegar well I'm not too fond of. lol

Could I maybe add some oils to it for fragrance? They are natural and not a chemical. I use oatmeal, lavender and aloe bath soap on him already so I shouldn't have to change that. I have even ground up actual oatmeal and made a paste with aloe and put it on him and the infected areas and let it sit. I've made so many things for him and done so much to make sure he is comfy and I sure hope all this helps this time!



posted on Sep, 24 2014 @ 10:19 AM
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Natural straight essential oils should work great for scenting things. I have put some baking soda in another container and scented it that way before to sprinkle on the carpet and it works great. Lemon oil is one that works good as its own cleaner as well as a good strong scent.

A spray bottle works great, but watch your seals, vinegar is almost as bad as bleach for destroying the seals on them eventually. I don't even bother, I usually just wet my rag with a splash from the bottle. It helps to control your overspray. Vinegar can be caustic so be careful around your furniture at first.
edit on 24-9-2014 by woodsmom because: Spray bottle info



posted on Sep, 24 2014 @ 05:54 PM
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Perfect! Thank you! I'll be going to the Flea Market this weekend for some oils and fresh incense instead of my plug ins and wax melts. The incense I get is handmade with oils and it's so much cheaper than my plug ins!

I got him to take his meds too! Now that I know he really isn't allergic to certain foods I can easily slip them into a piece of turkey. I did have to pop open the tuna oil pill and out it on the food. I couldn't hide that one it's too big and he won't just eat it. It was funny the vet was like oh he will just eat it if you mix it with his food. I looked at her and said you don't know my dog that will not happen. I tried it and he wouldn't touch them. He KNOWS it's not food!!


Thanks for the advice and heads up!



posted on Sep, 25 2014 @ 12:13 PM
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Perfect! Thank you! I'll be going to the Flea Market this weekend for some oils and fresh incense instead of my plug ins and wax melts. The incense I get is handmade with oils and it's so much cheaper than my plug ins!

I got him to take his meds too! Now that I know he really isn't allergic to certain foods I can easily slip them into a piece of turkey. I did have to pop open the tuna oil pill and out it on the food. I couldn't hide that one it's too big and he won't just eat it. It was funny the vet was like oh he will just eat it if you mix it with his food. I looked at her and said you don't know my dog that will not happen. I tried it and he wouldn't touch them. He KNOWS it's not food!!


Thanks for the advice and heads up!



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