ANIMAL'S NAME: Yantha
BREED: Flat-Coat Retriever
AGE: 9 Years
How Young When Vaccinated Initially, Cocktail: 2009-2012, chart below
Neutered / Spayed, when: Yes, unknown
Medications, Current: None, since adopting her June 2014
Flea / Tick: Unknown; none, since adopting her June 2014
Chemical Dewormers: Unknown; none, since adopting her June 2014
It was an early Summer evening, dusk was settling in, when Yantha arrived at the door with drool streaming from her mouth. It was very severe. I had never seen anything like this before. I grabbed my oils, my entire kit, and her mattress with a towel, and placed her the mattress on the driveway, and we began working immediately.
This is just through the power of smell only. So, one can only imagine if toxic products are used in and around the home, how much damage one may be doing to the body’s organs and our animals’ organs if one is lucky enough to be living with them.
We all heal through smell. This is why the planet has so many amazing fragrances. They all have medicinal and deep emotional healing properties. This planet is indeed unbelievably wonderful!
Drool is a function of either a toxic load in the gut, high bacterial load as above, or acute poisoning. If presented long term, the toxicity has most likely wiped out the gut microbiome and the body is presenting the drool to protect the gut, the body. This is a symptom which I see a lot in dogs with it pouring out of their mouths, leaving ribbons of saliva everywhere and / or leaving behind wet floors. This is a stomach in pain.
In the photo above, the dog I imagine due to his weight load is fed toxic dry “food”. This garbage food provides a fabulous breeding ground in the gut for parasites and bacteria. Not to mention a lot of the food has mold, mycotoxins so this is all in the gut too. The thickness of the body may be an indicator that the gut has a lot of mucous, it is swimming in mucous, just waiting to be vomited. The issue is most pet parents will not allow their animal to eat grass and vomit. What they do not understand is the animal is trying to clear the garbage in their gut.
Therefore, drooling is not about the breed nor the dog. This is a symptom being presented by the body which needs to be addressed. This is an indicator that the gut is potentially damaged, or something is going on in the head. I have experienced both scenarios.
From my perspective, drooling is a major indicator to help the animal immediately. There are a number of reasons why this symptom is presenting itself, your dog knows, he or she just does not have access to the natural ingredients it needs to balance their body.
Zoopharmacognosey can allow them to direct their healing. No more excess saliva is the goal. Only a healthy, happy body.
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