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    Vitamin and mineral supplementation frustration

    I think it would be best to avoid these bones - make soup or something out of the rest of them:) Or, you can just take them up when she gets all the meat off. The important concept here is edible bone, which is why we stick to pork, lamb, goat, or smaller, like chicken, turkey and rabbit. It's...
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    Heart disease in Cavaliers and others

    https://www.nationalgeographic.co.uk/science-and-technology/2023/01/could-fido-be-our-best-hope-to-reverse-ageing-in-humans This presents genetic therapies for healing heart disease in Cavaliers and others, mentions the Dog Aging Project, and discusses rapamycin, a very promising anti-aging...
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    Another interesting therapy

    Michael Sheetz - Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore is a general biography. No, so far I can find nothing specific about the ultrasound experiment. However, he seems to have explored a whole bunch of physical relationships which influence cell development and repair -...
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    Another interesting therapy

    https://www.worldhealth.net/news/can-ultrasound-waves-rejuvenate-aging-cells/ They treated mice with low frequency ultrasound and found it promoted cell health, increased strength, and counteracted some signs of aging...
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    Miscellaneous food and prep questions Raw turkey and cooked Lamb and raw organs

    Whole prey - or farm animals, of course - when fed in variety as far as parts, organs, species, will cover all the nutritional bases quite well. That takes care of worrying about nutrients. WE did not invent dogs; they are an ancient species that fed itself quite well. We need only to provide...
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    Spirit, Consciousness and Nature Webinar With Dr. Isla Fishburn

    Firstly, Dr. Jeff, that was a beautifully written email you sent out! Inspiring and explicatory on its own.... My lessons have never been easy, my whole life long, and my life with dogs is no exception. But, in the course of busying myself with their manifestations, my heart just stood back and...
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    Diet- low purine diet and low copper diet?

    I am not a dal expert, but of course I went looking. I found this site, which seems to have a comfortably non-panicked viewpoint, backed with some success: https://www.dalmatiandiy.com/dalmatian-diet-and-purine-problems/ I don't like "adamant" when dealing with diet; there are far too many...
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    Miscellaneous food and prep questions Raw turkey and cooked Lamb and raw organs

    Give her BIG pieces of turkey, so she has to work on them. Anything she swallows whole is OK, but better if she chomps on the pieces before swallowing. It won't hurt her to swallow too big a chunk, hork it back up, chew some more and then swallow it down; that's what the wild things do. It's not...
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    Miscellaneous food and prep questions Raw turkey and cooked Lamb and raw organs

    I've been looking around and can find nothing specific about the blood/calcium content of organs. However, no one who has ever butchered a deer or the like would question the amount of blood in liver, spleen, or heart (a big muscle). Calcium is a component of blood, and the only parts with more...
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    Miscellaneous food and prep questions Raw turkey and cooked Lamb and raw organs

    Why are you cooking???? Don't cook; it adds nothing good, and alters many compounds. And the raw fat in any meat is a good thing! This is what dogs thrive upon - the most highly valued part of the prey animals. Pancreatitis is aggravated by sugars, not fats. The ground turkey is fine; any...
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    Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN)

    Yes, I have watched all his videos. Again, I take it with a grain of salt - not a spoonful of yogurt:) I look to see what makes sense to me, what is doable, what fits in my lifestyle and diet. But the attention he has paid to his research is remarkable and valid, in my opinion. Many on the life...
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    About intermittent fasting

    ALL of which can be realized by intermittent fasting, which doesn't seem like fasting at all! No need to starve, no deprivation or hunger, really. I don't "follow" much of anyone, preferring a buffet approach to health, but I have found Dr. Joseph Mercola's work, especially his book Fat for...
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    About intermittent fasting

    Here is a link, a tad bit lightweight, but the principles are sound, on intermittent fasting, or time restricted eating. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/time-restricted-eating-may-have-anti-aging-anti-cancer-effects You've seen me recommend single daily meals - or less - for our...
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    Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN)

    Not bad, but there is a LOT of discussion and info on all of these. Try looking at the "forums" page on Renue's website. Right now, I'm leaning towards the Lipo NAD Complete. But this is a relatively new science, and we are all "experimental" at this point. Great fun, to be on the cutting edge...
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    Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN)

    I get this and most other longevity supplements from Renue by Science. We use a variety of NAD precursors: NMN, Nad+, NR, and some combination formulas. Most formulas they sell are lipospheric, so you get much better absorption and potency. Informative website, too.
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    Anything else for Car anxiety?

    Lil, I am not qualified, and will not venture to prescribe what should be personalized and supervised homeopathic management. But, since it addresses the subject's issues specifically and thoughtfully, it is by far the best way to guide her to calmness and comfort. Anything else is just a mask...
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    Anything else for Car anxiety?

    No drugs, please. OTOH, properly chosen homeopathic remedies could definitely help. And - as I said before - punishment will only be confusing and frustrating; dogs cannot make what we see as a consequence. Can she ride in a crate, maybe a soft one, in the car? Can you slow the heck up and go...
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    Quality of life and homeopathic treatment for patients with cancer

    A remarkable article, indeed... Yes, more and more, the sort of exploration described here will fall victim to the loud and orthodox conventional viewpoints. I am currently mourning the demise of a favorite alternative publication, the Townsend Letter, which for decades has taken a wide and...
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    What is normal bleeding pattern for unspayed dog

    Typically an OSS is not done laparoscopically, as it is more delicate a procedure when the ovaries are spared. I see folks on that list get confused on this; some are new to the concepts. I believe I answered you previously that she will not urinate as much once she has no organs to swell up. I...
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    What is normal bleeding pattern for unspayed dog

    Did I miss something? Once she has an OSS, there will be no organs to become infected, as far as Pyo. In the meantime, her own body should protect her - there is NO reason to suspect an infection developing all on its own. You can safely walk her on the street, but will notice that everywhere...
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