It is very important to us to raise our animals holistically. Meaning - We TRY as many natural methods available to treat our dogs when medical issues arise. Of course, traditional practice is often needed the combination of natural source medicine with traditional can significantly speed up your Danes recovery time. We urge all of our puppy people to contact us should any issues with our dogs arise, big or small we are here to help and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The items listed below are remedies we have personally used with success, there for we can recommend them with with confidence.

Diatomaceous earth

We use diatomaceous earth as our flea and de-worming treatment. It is totally natural and is just as effective as the traditional harsh medicated treatments.

Colloidal Silver

Colloidal silver can be used in many different ways, best described as a natural antibiotic we use it for; Topical treatment for minor wounds, sores, or skin irritations. To prevent any minor infection that would arise. IE - Cuts, split pads, on wounds, bug bites, directly in eyes for eye infection. Colloidal Sliver can also be taken internally when your dog is exhibiting “cold” like symptoms – runny eyes, runny nose, sneezing, and lethargic behaviours.
We use this in accordance with a product called Arnica, Arnica aids in healing your pet from the inside out and Colloidal silver aids in healing your pet from the outside in. Used together the results will be a much quicker healing process.


Arnica is a homeopathic remedy which has been used for medicinal purposes since the 1500’s. Applied topically as a cream or ointment or taken internally by tincture or energy charged pellets Arnica aids in many different aspects;
- Soothes sore muscles
- Reduces inflammation
- Heals wounds
Taken internally, Arnica will work by healing bruises, and inflammation at a molecular level, speeding the healing process. I always use this product after and surgery or injury.

Rhus tox

Rhus tox just like Arnica is a homeopathic remedy which also works at a molecular level. Rhus tox works to help the mobility of the animal. This product works for the initial stiffness when your dog first gets up "“the morning stiffy".” We add Rhus tox to their water for a small animal, but would give directly to our Danes due to their size, and most Dane owners change their water bowl numerous times a day. This way of dosing will be much more effective for a large dog.

Slippery Elm

This is a must have around your house. When your Dane inevitably has a bought of diarrhea we add a little bit of slippery elm to their food. Slippery Elm will help reduce inflammation of the bowels. When the bowels are inflamed, they cannot absorb water efficiently therefor causing diarrhea. With Slippery Elm, inflammation is reduced allowing the bowel to adsorb water and will begin solidifying the stool.  Although some herbs are okay for dogs, but toxic to cats, Slippery Elm is safe for both canine and feline.


Probiotics help add good bacteria to our guts and help keep the good and bad bacteria levels in check. Dogs that have chronic ear infections usually have a PH imbalance where they have an abundance of bad bacteria therefore causing issues. Keeping a healthy PH balance in the gut will insure an overall healthy digestive tract and keeps those pesky ear infections away.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is a remedy with multiple uses for our dogs. Alleviating allergies, establishing correct PH balances and even for arthritis. You can add to your dog’s food if you notice runny nose or watery eyes, you can spray a diluted version to their skin if you see some sort of irritation. If your dog suffers from urinary tract infections, mix some diluted apple cider vinegar with plain yogurt and mix into their food, you will avoid a costly trip to the vets office and will eliminate the need for the traditional antibiotic. Apple Cider Vinegar has so many great properties, you can even use as a totally natural ear cleaning solution, wet a cotton ball with ACV it will aid with any yeast infections your pet may have.

Digestive Enzymes

Enzymes are produced in the pancreas and salivary glands, their job is to help break down certain foods such as protein, carbohydrates and fat. Unfortunately as a dog ages the production of these enzymes often slow down. If your dog is older or his/her immune system is weak, their enzyme prompting ability is impaired. Adding a daily supplement is recommended. Enzymes for dogs are extremely beneficial in promoting good health no matter what the dog’s age.

Omega Oils

Fish oils for dogs have become a popular supplement recommended not only for treating allergies and skin + coat conditions but can help in cases of kidney disease, elevated cholesterol and even arthritis. Omega oil can come in various varieties: Flax oil, salmon oil, cod liver oil etc. We like to use a fish oil from a blend of small fish, such as sardine and anchovy, because these fish are small and have a shorter life span, the mercury levels are going to be lower than that of a larger fish. Adding these oils in a capsule form, weather given whole or popped and squeezed into their food once a day, you will notice a shiny beautiful coat, and can help prevent most skin issues. Oils can also aid in lubricating joints
and promote healthy mobility.