Auto Immune Disorder Remedies for Dogs - Ted's Q&A

Browse Ted's Q&A

Boils From Deficiency

Posted by Rosie on 04/05/2007

Hi, my grandparents have a Scottish Terrier that is 3 years old and has been getting boils all over her body. They range in size, from a nickel to a quarter. They have been to numerous vets and they tell them she has an autoimmune deficiency. They have said they will have to put her to sleep as the disease is attacking the good cells in her body. If there is anything you know that will help, please let me know. They are clinging to the hope that there will be some kind of cure for their poor dog. Thank you so much.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

Rosie: I don't believe in putting any dogs to sleep. They should be given a chance try out to find a cure. And if the cure is found, thousands of dogs like yours have a fighting chance. Try 1/4 teaspoon of borax in 1 liter of drinking water for a dog plus 1/8 teaspoon of REAL sea salt they sell in aquarium pet shops. Take a bath in 10% epsom salt solution (or preferably magnesium chloride solution) mixed with 1 tablespoon of borax in 1% hydrogen peroxide solution in 500 cc bottle. Add 20 drops of iodine. Take a bath for the dog, 3 times a day. No rinsing after taking a bath! If there is any more problem tell me. Most of the autoimmunity is also heavy metals from water faucet and drinking water. Always add dechlorinator they used in fish shops for all the drinking water the dogs drink including the remedies. Coriander added to the dog food helps!