Dr. Khalsa is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, a Fellow and Professor of the British Institute of Homeopathy and has lectured both nationally and internationally. She is the co-author of Healing Your Horse: Alternative Therapies and Dr. Khalsa’s Natural Dog.
Dear Dr. Khalsa,
My 6 year old female cat has developed dandruff. Does that suggest a health problem? What would you recommend?
Dr. Deva Khalsa:
I do not know what your cat is eating and that would make a big difference. I suggest coconut oil about a teaspoon a day starting with a quarter teaspoon and working your way up to a teaspoon over a week or so. By the way, cats usually love it. As important, you want to give her a good supplement containing all the vitamins and minerals she needs as tools to keep her body working. One which cats really like that is encapsulated and very well formulated is Vital Vities for Cats at www.deservingpets.com
Dear Dr. Khalsa
I have a filly, she is 30 months old, Breed: Punjabi Marwari, She is not gaining weight and height. Her dam is 63+inches and her Sire is 66+ inches. Which medicine should I give her. Mam, it would be great if you can give me remedy in Dilution. Tried calc.flor 6x biochemic medicine for 5 months but didn’t have any results. Her Colour is Dark Bay. Sire is a proven stallion of Majhkuje Blood line ( a line famous for its height, endurance and stamina, a very old lineage of Punjab, traces the ancestry to the Horses of Buddha Dal of the Sikh Elite Nihangs) Dam belongs to old bloodline of Banaskantha area of Gujarat. She is an athlete and endurance horse. The filly’s nature is calm.
Dr. Deva Khalsa:
I would try Lycopodium 200c – once every other day for a month. Also have her heart checked and a blood test. Horses born with heart problems or liver perfusion problems can have a stunted growth.
Hello Dr Khalsa,
My dad’s dog is 12 years old. His sac up his bum keeps filling and sometimes bleeds and causes him great itching. The itchy bumps are the worst complaint. Can you advise a remedy? He also suffers from arthritis and is stiff every morning.
Dr. Deva Khalsa:
I would use two remedies. For the anal glands use Myristica 30x three times a day for two weeks, followed by twice a day for another two weeks. You should get your dog’s anal glands expressed right before you start and then do an Epson Salt compress (following directions on the container) with a cotton wad or cloth soaked in the warm water and Epson Salt mixture for 5 minutes to 10 minutes once a day for 5 to 7 days right as you start the Myristica 30x and right after the glands are expressed. This will heal the tissues and Myristica will push it all out from the inside out. As far as the arthritis I would first try Rhus tox 6x three times a day and see how he is feeling after two weeks of this. You can give it concurrently with the Myrsitica. If he feels better getting up, you can see how often he needs it to stay more limber
I often feed and take care of stray dogs in my neighborhood. This dog is a stray living near our work place. It had this tumor. I tried to get help from a vet, but we couldn’t catch the dog. Now the lesion ruptured and the dog became unapproachable. I am trying to give medicine through the dog’s treats. Is it possible for you to make a suggestion?
It’s too bad the dog is unapproachable as the tumor can likely be easily treated with a cancer salve called Cansema and sold by Alpha Omega Labs on line. You can try Dr. Ramaeker’s Professional Veterinary Immune Tabs. They are chewable and only available on the web at www.deservingpets.com Alternatively, your veterinarian can order them special for you.
Hi Dr. Khalsa,
My Doberman is 6.5 yrs old and had a benign cherry size mass removed from the right front side of his chin. The vet gave Amox 500 mg bid. After suture removal on the dog developed an eye discharge, followed by sneezing, thick nasal dicharge with tinge of blood, then frequent discharge of blood. The vet gave Amox/Clav/Pot 375 mg 2 tabs bid & 100 mg Caprofen bid x 7 d. Five days later there was slight increase in sneezing and blood discharge from left nostril only. If it’s Aspergillus, what homeopathic meds and dosage do you recommend?
Dr. Deva Khalsa:
If it is Aspergillus is the question. Often sinus cancer causes a bleeding and bloody discharge on one side only. I suggest a blood test for the Aspergillus. While you are at it, check the thyroid function with a T4 and Free T4 and the CBC and a Chemistry Panel. Take a radiograph (x-ray ) of the sinuses to see if there is any bony lesion or visible mass. Oftentimes, a specialist has to go in with a scope into the sinus and take a real look. Antibiotics do not work with a fungus. Sometimes also, (I was an ER veterinarian for some time) you would be amazed at the sticks dogs would jam up a nostril and it gets stuck in the sinus and has to be pulled out. The most important thing is to find out what is actually happening in there. A one sided discharge indicates cancer or a foreign body as a fungus would usually be on both sides.
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