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Old 01-23-2013, 01:04 PM
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Has anyone ever used Honey to treat a wound on their dog? I am going to ask Kim about it today but I am debating using it on Sadie's foot. From what I have read it helps heals the wound, clearns infections, and fights cancer. Supposedly it is also great for burns.

Some also use it for allergies in humans and dogs.
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I have heard this but never used it.


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I have heard honey does so much healing. I get Raw honey at the health food store by me. I can get as little or as much as I want. Oh by the way there is a New show in cooking channel called (The food doctor ) shows you what food to eat to heal different things wrong. It has been on 2 times now and they have a web site. They heal a little boy with psoriasis bad and a guy with fatty liver..
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I do know humas who use it as you have suggested so I do not know why it might not work the same.

That said, mine would gnaw off whatever body part had the honey applied!

Will she been seen today or are you discussing her case with Kim? Sure eager to hear what she thinks about her.
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I do know humas who use it as you have suggested so I do not know why it might not work the same.

That said, mine would gnaw off whatever body part had the honey applied!

Will she been seen today or are you discussing her case with Kim? Sure eager to hear what she thinks about her.
I am going to talk to Kim about her. I am not taking in her yet. My mom and I went through everything it could be and any and all of the outcomes Sadie would not put up with or we would not allow them to do.

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Broke toe- Sadie would eat the cast, She can remove any and all Ecollars too
Tumor- Not putting her under at 15 for anything! Not removing her foot!

Yeah I have read about its uses in people and dogs and it looks good but I would put $$ on Sadie licking it off. Can't put any cover on it as Sadie hates ANYTHING on her so not sure. Hence talk to Kim
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I have heard honey does so much healing. I get Raw honey at the health food store by me. I can get as little or as much as I want. Oh by the way there is a New show in cooking channel called (The food doctor ) shows you what food to eat to heal different things wrong. It has been on 2 times now and they have a web site. They heal a little boy with psoriasis bad and a guy with fatty liver..
Might need to check that out!

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Kim totally agreed with Karen lol

Sadie would try to eat her foot which would cause more issues. Esp since we can not wrap or collar Sadie. Honey is good though for wounds though.

She put Sadie on HomeoPet First Aid. A homeopathic treatment that taken internal should help her foot and keeping her on the OL Immune and Olive Leaf
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Medically speaking, i am a nurse, Manuka honey is the one used for healing wounds. Comes from New Zealand.


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