Pets often heal themselves when toxins are removed from their diet and environment. They can also heal when their bodies are given tools to enhance their natural detoxification processes. It truly is amazing.
Luckydog doesn't have a single, rigid way of doing things. Luckydog's founder has carefully considered thousands of pages of evidence provided by hundreds of researchers and veterinarians. Luckydog treats each pet as an individual and performs necessary evaluations while trialing diets and remedies to find what works for that pet.
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Hyperthyroidism Resolved in 4 weeks with no prescription drugs, surgery or radiation.
Long-term, Drug-free Remission
Improved 90-95% in 10 weeks with simple, natural ingredients added to meals or applied to skin. No stressful eye drops, required!
While we've been unable to find a tumor via ultrasound, our resident's history of hypoglycemia seems most likely explained by an insulin-producing tumor. The patient has achieved long-term remission without drugs, surgery, or radiation.
Pancreatitis Sympoms Resolved in hours
The standard treatment for pancreatits is supportive care. No matter the level of care, the condition can be fatal. Using off-label and unconventional treatment, Luckydog has helped four out of four dogs and two cats quickly overcome symptoms of acute/chronic pancreatitis.
Sylvan had long-term (8+years), Drug-free Remission with Yunnan Paiyao ("YP") and a raw-beef-based Diet. Evan's syndrome is life-threatening and veterinary care will be needed initially.
Clinical Improvement Noted Within Hours
Completely resolved with simple, natural ingredients added to meals (can also be applied to skin for picky eaters). No stressful eye drops, required!
Long-term, Drug-free Remission
We recommend a raw, animal-based, prey-model diet for cats and dogs. It's important such diets be made from animals which are not fed GMOs (when possible). For dogs, we suggest a diet with no more than 10% fat by weight compared to the meat portion of the diet and 9-15% bone. For cats, we recommend no more than 10% fat and only 6-7% bone to reduce the chance of constipation. Feline constipation isn't just inconvenient. It can lead to megacolon which can be dangerous for the cat.
When a fresh prey-model diet made from healthy animals is fed, no supplements should be necessary. However, it may be impossible to determine if the animals which make up your pet's food were truly healthy. Toxicities and mineral deficiencies are possible with any diet. We generally supplement a sea-algae "calcium" (it's loaded with various minerals) when feeding meat without bone. We also use a bit of pink salt or sea salt. If toxicicity is suspected (e.g. pet has ben vaccinated), we give protective sulfur compounds and compounds to support the systems affected by the toxis (e.g. milk thistle for liver support).
The top of our list of supplements and ingredients to avoid is Omega 3 oils (such as fish oil and flax seed oil) and seed oils. There are other ingredients such as rosemary and coconut oil which we avoid for very different reasons. We'll put more information in our adopter-support packets.
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If one knows how to protect a pet with nutrition and natural remedies and has the ability to detect and treat illness promptly, we don't recommend any vaccines. Whether or not you should vaccinate your pet is not something we can decide but we can provide you with a lot of evidence that vaccines are dangerous and that the risks outweigh the benefits in many cases (especially with sick pets).
- Lyme, Canine Coronavirus, and Bordatella (the condition is not life threatening),
- Any vaccine with mercury or aluminum in it (these are extremely toxic and difficult to eliminate)
- FeLV and FIP (ineffective and very unsafe)
We will include many more references in our book.
Every treatment carries risks, so we promote those which seem to cause less risk of har. We recommend alternative treatments when and owner can't afford standard care or standard treatment is not likely to result in the pet living a quality, normal-length life. We recommend considering more risky alternatives only when pet is a candidate for "heroics" (unproven therapies for serious condtions that don't respond well to standard treatmen)t. If a pet owner cannot afford to treat a milder condition which is likely become serious, heroics or "off-label" use of therapies may be warranted in this case as well.
At Luckydog, we appreciate modern medicine as much as we appreciate naturopathic medicine. Most pharmaceuticals come from nature, believe it or not. Some are slightly modified molecues versions, or "analogs", of natural components. For example, triptan migraine medications are analogs of psilocybin, the active ingredient in some halucinogenic mushrooms. Other drugs are analogs or identical copies of molecules made within our own bodies. Drugs aren't dangerous just because they are man-made, just as natural substances aren't always safe.
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