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Holistic treatment for lyme disease for dog?

is there a holistic treatment for dogs for lyme disease
and if so how effective is it & and how does it compare to antibiotic treatments?

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6 comments on “Holistic treatment for lyme disease for dog?

  1. Anonymous on said:

    Patty, Lyme disease should be treated with antibiotics aggressively. No holistic meds will help.

    Mack Barney, DVM
    Fairfield, CA

  2. Anonymous on said:

    There are many holistic options for treating Lyme including classical homeopathy, gemmotherapy, homotoxicology. Each pet is individual and requires individualized treatment. However, I would strongly suggest going holistic before resorting to antibiotics, etc.

    All the best

    Russell Swift, DVM, HMC
    Tamarac, FL
    Holistic Practitioner

  3. Patricia Cherry on said:

    My friend’s 1 year old Laboradoodle was diagnosed with high kidney levels due to contracting lyme disease. Is there a holistic approach to treating this both through nutrition/food and holistic medication? The dog is very puppy-like, high energy and has shown no signs of lyme disease or any sign of not feeling well and my friend is wondering if she should seek out a 2nd opinion. They live in the NY/NJ metro area but she’s willing to travel to seek out the right treatment. Thank you.

  4. Assunta Stocke on said:

    Lyme disease can affect multiple body systems and produce a range of symptoms. Not all patients with Lyme disease will have all symptoms.,”.'”

    Hope This Helps! http://foodsupplementdigest.com/melatonin-and-function-of-the-liver/

  5. Tony Ker on said:

    Lyme disease is named after a cluster of cases that occurred in and around Old Lyme and Lyme, Connecticut in 1975. Before 1975, elements of Borrelia infection were also known as “tick-borne meningopolyneuritis”, Garin-Bujadoux syndrome, Bannwarth syndrome or sheep tick fever.’

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