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My 3 yr old Siba Inu mix contracted Lymes at about 5 months. She loves to run and we are in the woods alot.  At the time I gave her a nutritional product developed by my vet at the time that brought the titers down to nil. But then about 1 1/2 yrs later she developed a limp from playing hard (one yr ago).  In the past year, I have had her bloods done and gave her doxi but only for 3 weeks as her stomach had a hard time even with Previcid and she took Ritalin (or some kind of anti-inflamatory). We were thinking she had injured herself possibly, but she was OK for a time then ran too hard and limped again. This week I had her bloods done again and yesterday she began limping on the other front leg after running some. So now her bloods show a chronic lymes and the vet wants to put her on doxi for a month. I know this will tear up her stomach again. I was wondering if colloidal silver will treat the chronic lymes. I am also thinking about wormwood, the AIM Program and also the homeopathic product your site promotes for arthritis. My vet also told me about a powerful chemical collar I can have her wear when she is in the woods that will strongly repel ticks while she has it on. I am to take it off and store it when not in use. Do you know of the safety of this collar. I have always had a problem with the Advantage type products. Thanks you!

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December 27, 2012 at 2:01 PM

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Dear Carol,

For Lyme's I use Promaxol and an herbal tincture of Teasel Root. You could try Colloidal Silver and see what results you get. I have used it for bacterial infections, but not for Lyme's.

Please let us know how you do.

Best regards,

Dr. Char

www.vetionx.com

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
December 27, 2012 at 7:06 PM
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