Holistic Treatment for Distemper

So many dogs have been treated, but the experience for dog owners after the NDV spinal tap have been so varied. Some dogs recover quickly with little trouble, while for others, it is an ordeal for the pet and the owner. This forum has been created as a way for owners to share their stories and offer each other advice about possible strategies for helping your dog after the NDV treatment.

Vaccination is the best way to prevent your dog from getting sick, and if your dog does get sick with distemper the serum discovered by Dr. Al Sears can stop the disease in its tracks -- if given before going through the sixth day of symptoms.

This discussion forum is meant for those who weren't so lucky to stop the disease before seizures started.

For more information about these treatments, go to http://www.edbond.com/distemper/

Ed Bond

Holistic Treatment for Distemper

Postby edbondny » Fri Apr 08, 2016 5:44 pm

Sent from Megan Jicha, who credits this treatment with saving her dog:

Diet:
Balanced Organic Human Grade Diet.

Example meal would be made up of: organic turkey, organic lentils, organic zucchini, organic kale, spinach, organic sage, organic maitake mushroom, organic ginger, organic acai berry, organic oregano, and organic dill weed.

Other meat options beyond turkey include: Duck, White Fish, Venison, Beef, and Wild Board.

We used pre-made meals prepared by The Petstaurant http://thepetstaurant.com/ in Sherman Oaks, CA, but you can easily make these meals at home as well (view instructions for at-home meal-making here: http://thepetstaurant.com/nutrition/pet-recipes/). We put our pup on this meal plan

Treatment Supplement Plan:

1 PureBiotics Maxima Probiotics http://www.naturalhealthyconcepts.com/p ... -labs.html pill a day served in 1/3 increments in ea. meal: breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
1 Immune-R http://thepetstaurant.com/shop/uncategorized/immune-r/ pill a day served in 1/3 increments in ea. meal: breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
1 L-Theory http://www.herbantheory.com/shop/l-theory pill a day served in 1/3 increments in ea. meal: breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
1 Cellular-D http://thepetstaurant.com/shop/uncatego ... ellular-d/ pill a day served in 1/3 increments in ea. meal: breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Vitamin C http://www.azmira.com/products/suppleme ... er-c-2000/ daily.
Optional: We added 1/3 olive leaf http://www.amazon.com/VetriScience-Labo ... or+animals pill a day served in1/3 increments in ea. meal: breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

About halfway through treatment we added in:

1 ReGenStem http://www.bernardjensen.com/ReGenStem- ... p_590.html pill a day served in 1/3 increments in ea. meal: breakfast, lunch, and dinner.


Please note: All treatment and dosage was customized to our very small and very sick 3 lb. Chiweenie. Dosage and treatment for your pup may be different. Marc Ching from The Petstaurant helped us to devise this supplement plan. I highly advise reaching out to him for assistance in developing your own custom plan instead of simply lifting ours.

Recovery Supplement Plan:

1 Flora-Therapy http://www.herbantheory.com/shop/flora-theory pill a day served in 1/3 increments throughout day. We feed by sprinkling into peanut butter & cheese treats.
1 ReGenStem http://www.bernardjensen.com/ReGenStem- ... p_590.html pill a day served in 1/3 increments in ea. meal: breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
1 Adrenal Essence http://www.amazon.com/Pure-Essence-Labs ... al+Essence pill served in 1/3 increments throughout day. We feed by sprinkling into same peanut butter & cheese treats the FLora-Therapy was in.
1 B-Complex http://www.herbantheory.com/shop/950h3q ... e5jl7n976l pill a day served in 1/3 increment in ea. meal: breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
1/2 L-Theory http://www.herbantheory.com/shop/l-theory pill. In AM meal only.

Please note: All treatment and dosage was customized to our small chiweenie, who weighed about 5 lbs after he was officially deemed a survivor form distemper. Dosage and treatment for your pup may be different. Marc Ching from The Petstaurant helped us to devise this supplement plan. I highly advise reaching out to him for assistance in developing your own custom plan instead of simply lifting ours.

Working with the right vet
I feel it is incredibly important to mention that you should work with a veterinarian who fully understands distemper, supports holistic treatment, and is knowledgeable enough to discuss ALL your options with you. We were lucky to be blessed in this department with one of the most knowledgeable and caring vets out there: Dr. Palmquist, Centinela Animal Hospital, Inc, Inglewood, CA.

TLC
LOVE, love, LOVE. It's so important. We were lucky b/c I work from home and was able to be with our pup every step of the way. Constantly providing him with love, encouragement, positivity, and the help and assistance he needed (For example, our pup was unable to walk for a couple of months. This mean hand feeding all meals, holding up to allow to go to the bathroom, cleaning up after accidents, and performing physical therapy exercises.).

Lastly
I do think it is important to note that our pup was lucky b/c he did have ONE dose of the distemper shot in him before he got full-fledged distemper. Our vet believed this helped him survive.

If you'd like, you can also include my e-mail in the post - meganjicha@gmail.com - just in case people want to reach out with questions.
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