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Puppy Teething

Dog teething age starts at about 4 weeks of age when their baby (deciduous) teeth start to erupt. At around two to eight months of age, the baby teeth fall off and are replaced by permanent teeth.

All dogs love to chew on things. For teething puppies, chewing and gnawing are also ways to relieve the pain and pressure in their gums, when their teeth are erupting. There are simple natural solutions to help soothe the pain and discomfort associated with dog teething, so if you don't want your new shoes or sofa to fall victim to your puppy's chewing and gnawing.

A Great Natural Product for Puppy Teething

 This herbal and homeopathic combo formula contains calming herbs such as chamomile and passion flower, and the homeopathic remedies of Chamomilla (for calming), Calcarea phosphorica (for bone and teeth development) and Magnesia phosphorica (for soothing pain)

 

Herb - Aloe Vera Get some aloe vera juice from a health food store and freeze it in a small paper cup. Once it is frozen, you can peel back the paper cup and rub the frozen juice on the puppy's gums. This will soothe the discomfort in the gums, and will numb the pain almost immediately. Aloe Gel or Juice is available in Health food stores. We will provide a link once we find a quality product and reasonable price.

Herb - Chamomile The herb chamomile has calming effects and is excellent in helping a teething puppy relax so that she will be less anxious. Make an herbal tea of chamomile by adding a tablespoon of the dried herb to a cup of hot water. Let it cool and use a syringe (without the needle of course!) to squirt some of the tea into your dog's mouth.

This herb is safe and mild and it can be used as a sedative even for puppies to alleviate anxiety and insomnia.

The herb tea or tincture is useful for indigestion, gas, and vomiting. It's calming property is particularly helpful for cases of indigestive upset resulting from anxiety, nervousness and hyperactivity.

A cooled water infusion of the flowers is an excellent topical rinse for the treatment of skin inflammations such as those caused by fleabites, contact allergies, and various bacterial or fungal infections.

Although the herb Chamomile is one of the safest herbs, some dogs are allergic to the plant, so please check for sensitivity first before applying it to your dog.

Also limit the use of this herb on pregnant dogs.

Available in health food stores in the form of water or oil infusion, salve, ointment, tincture

A quick and easy way treat a dog with inflammed eyes is to steep a chamomile tea bag, let it cool down to a comfortable temperature, soak the tea with a clean cloth and apply it over the dog's eyes several times a day..

 
Homeopathy - Chamomilla Instead of using the herb chamomile, you can also use the homeopathic remedy Chamomilla as a calming agent. It is particularly effective in calming young animals during teething age. Use low potency (12X or 30X) and administer the remedy two to three times a day.

 


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