Sustaining And Keeping Your Pet Healthy

Pet Care. Discussion of topics in relation to animals. Animal care information exchange/support. Support for Animal Rights.

Lilith is the Patron Goddess for this group. She asked that this group be opened. Lilith loves animals and is very strong in support for ethical treatment of animals and for animal rights. All of our Gods love animals, and many have chosen certain animals as their symbol to represent them, such as Satan, the peacock, the serpent; Lilith, the owl; Horus, the falcon; Anubis, the jackal and dogs. Animals are sacred in Satanism.

This group is for Joy of Satan members who have pets, and who care for animals. Satanism is living in harmony with nature and having respect for other creatures that inhabit this planet, along with respect and care for the environment.

This is a support group for assisting with knowledge in regards to animal nutrition, proper care and for animal rights.

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Sustaining And Keeping Your Pet Healthy

Postby HPS Shannon » Sun Oct 29, 2017 8:57 pm

I wanted to put this out there for those who would like alternative methods to taking care of their pets.
These are healthier and definitely economical. I know there are many of us who just do not have the means to pay for expensive Veterinary bills.

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Some time ago during the winter, my cat came down with a upper respiratory infection. I didn't have the funds to take him to the vet at all. He had a very stuffy nose, watery eyes and could barely breath well- it was a bad case. I then decided with the little money I had to order some colloidal silver. It came within two days and with a little dropper I gave him a full dropper dose 2-3 times a day in his mouth.

After 2 days he was showing improvements and I was happy to see him better.

Colloidal silver is a solution of suspended silver particulates in water. Silver is a very strong antimicrobial. I actually use them for all infection that may befall my pet and I. I also note that colloidal silver works even against Ebola. It is pretty strong and I recommend every person have this on hand in times of emergency.

It is a good disinfectant, good for infections of all kinds. Antibiotics are helpful but I am sensitive to them and they have a tendency to screw up my gut microbiota and cause candida(fungal) infections. This in turn weakens the immune system. I didn't want to spend money I didn't have on vet bills to pump my cat full of them. I just opted for a better solution at the time for me.

I recommend colloidal silver to help pets stricken with microbial infections. Keep in mind that colloidal silver is still a metal and so do not overuse beyond 2 weeks. Give the body a break from it after that amount of time. 2 weeks is more than enough time to see improvement.

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On the subject of intestinal parasites and worms, as well as fleas and insect infestations on a pets coat and hair, the best and inexpensive solution I have found is Diatomaceous earth. It is siliceous rock sediment that comes in powder form. It is made up of diatoms fossilized. It is rich in silica.

When insects come in contact with D.E they dry up and die due to the earths structure. If you have any pets that have fleas or other issues similar to this, just dust your pets fur coat with it.

As for as intestinal parasites, using D.E once or twice a day is helpful as it will also supply your pet with some minerals. I am posting a link below for those of you who are interested in D.E for worms and parasites in animals and people. Also, where to purchase.

http://www.wolfcreekranchorganics.com/l ... rming.html


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One last thing I want to bring to surface is the important of feeding your pet well. High Priestess Maxing has already touche don the subject of the dangers of commercially made pet food. This was years ago but can be found in the yahoo groups if you do a search. Many have had their pets fall ill and unfortunately die. Most commercially made pet food is not regulated and contains horrible things such as toxins, road kill and animal carcasses and other unnecessary and harmful chemicals.

HPS Maxine posted a homemade cat food recipe then. For those who do not have the time or means to prepare homemade food, there are some brands that are still adequate. I get "Wellness" pet food brand. I buy in bulk from them on Amazon. It isn't exactly the cheapest but It is worth it. Here is website that lists good alternatives for food.

https://www.allthebestpetcare.com/produ ... t-foods-2/


In addition to feeding your pet well, a good mineral supplement for your pet. I do this in the form of Azomite powder. It is a montmorillonite clay in powdery form. It is a conglomerate of most of the elements on earth. It is rich in trace minerals and other compounds that are essential for proper enzyme production and acts as a catalyst for proper cell and metabolism function. Azomite has been recommended by veterinarian C. S Hansen because of its properties and it appears to give off microwaves from the elements therein. These microwaves help to give radiant health and is anti-aging. I keep this in mind when it comes to my pet as I would like to have him with me as long as possible.

Agriculturally speaking, Livestock, chickens, turkeys, rabbits and other animals have benefited from this interesting and essential compound. The animals are stronger, their breeding cycles are improved and they live longer. Plants also benefit from azomite and numerous studies show that plants grow much bigger and healthier in different aspects of their being because of this.

The things that make up Azomite are simply what was and should be with our earth's soils. Processing and refinement of foods and over working of the soils due to industrial farming have stripped our lands of its natural compounds.

I take azomite powder everyday and give it to my plants and pets. Theses trace minerals support the body in its many functions and help to sustain. 1 tablespoon a day for myself and half a teaspoon a day for my cat mixed into his wet food.

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Re: Sustaining And Keeping Your Pet Healthy

Postby Brea » Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:14 am

In addition to the colloidal silver another great antiobiotics is oregano oil. My dog ate too much moldy garbage and was really messed up. He was swaying like he was drunk. I gave him pure wild oregano oil diluted in evoo in capslues. Also activated charcoal capsules are a life saver with pets that eat anything funky. I had success treating my cats wounds with food grade hydrogen peroxide. We just started buying slow growth chickens from an organic farm + they told us dogs can eat the bones because they are slow grown. I was a little apprehensive but he really enjoyed the feet + head raw.

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Re: Sustaining And Keeping Your Pet Healthy

Postby HPS Shannon » Tue Feb 13, 2018 12:20 am

Brea wrote:In addition to the colloidal silver another great antiobiotics is oregano oil. My dog ate too much moldy garbage and was really messed up. He was swaying like he was drunk. I gave him pure wild oregano oil diluted in evoo in capslues. Also activated charcoal capsules are a life saver with pets that eat anything funky. I had success treating my cats wounds with food grade hydrogen peroxide. We just started buying slow growth chickens from an organic farm + they told us dogs can eat the bones because they are slow grown. I was a little apprehensive but he really enjoyed the feet + head raw.


Thanks for the added information, Brea!

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Re: Sustaining And Keeping Your Pet Healthy

Postby Truth4ever » Sun Aug 12, 2018 6:24 am

i was reading an old post and after a look thru on amazon i had a question. the powder you recommend Azomite. i saw a comment where there no food grade of this powder. if thats true then what brand do you recommend? thats if your still using the stuff. i got a kitten less than 2 weeks ago and i have a 2 year old i want them happy and healthy with me for 20+ years so i'd love any more advice from you or anyone else.
thanks!


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Re: Sustaining And Keeping Your Pet Healthy

Postby HPS Shannon » Sun Aug 12, 2018 7:00 am

Truth4ever wrote:i was reading an old post and after a look thru on amazon i had a question. the powder you recommend Azomite. i saw a comment where there no food grade of this powder. if thats true then what brand do you recommend? thats if your still using the stuff. i got a kitten less than 2 weeks ago and i have a 2 year old i want them happy and healthy with me for 20+ years so i'd love any more advice from you or anyone else.
thanks!


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Well, you can start by not feeding them toxic dry food.
You will not find azomite listed as food grade. It is safe for human consumption even though it is not advertised as such because that means the so called FDA will get involved and when it comes to things marketed for human consumption, it gets complicated. But in essence, it is an all around minerals supplement that's safe for all living things, plants, animals and humans.

I get my azomite from UTAH. It should be OMRI certified. You can find it easily on the internet.

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Re: Sustaining And Keeping Your Pet Healthy

Postby Truth4ever » Wed Aug 15, 2018 5:18 am

Thank you HP Shannon. i've found a brand that fits both those requirements. my two year old cat doesn't like the wellness brand kibble but loves the purina beyond and they both love any kind of wet food i give them. Sometimes it seems just as hard to get good human food as it is cat food. i can hardly wait for all this jew shit to be gone from our nice blue planet.

Have a great day.

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Re: Sustaining And Keeping Your Pet Healthy

Postby HPS Shannon » Thu Aug 16, 2018 12:42 pm

Truth4ever wrote:Thank you HP Shannon. i've found a brand that fits both those requirements. my two year old cat doesn't like the wellness brand kibble but loves the purina beyond and they both love any kind of wet food i give them. Sometimes it seems just as hard to get good human food as it is cat food. i can hardly wait for all this jew shit to be gone from our nice blue planet.

Have a great day.

Hail Satan


The Wellness brand also makes wet food. That's the kind I buy.


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