It's me, Buster.
I know it's been a while since my last post, but I haven't been able to use Joette’s computer without her noticing what I'm up to.
And OK, I admit it, I've been enjoying my toasty spot under her desk so much, my paws have just been too lazy to type!
Ahh…such is the life of an office dog.
I do have a bone to pick though, and I couldn't help myself from jumping on the keyboard to tell you all about it.
It all started when Bella and her human family moved in down the street.
I'll just come right out and say it … I'm in love!
Here’s Bella. We’re even the same breed, but she’s much better groomed than me!
The problem is, this weather is not doing my skin (and I'm sure yours) any favors … super dry and even cracked in places. For me, it's far worse during the winter.
You can understand my dilemma; I couldn't exactly ask for Bella's paw when my own was so darn ruff!
Lucky for me, I have Joette. She knows me so well, I didn't even have to tell her why I was sniffing around her homeopathy kits for the best remedy to soothe my parched pads.
She let me in on a little secret I'm going to share with all of you (just don't tell her it was me who told you!) It's really pretty simple: Petroleum 200, every other day until the skin is much improved. Then you stop.
It's that easy! Trust me, this works on the driest, most cracked skin (especially the kind you get during the winter months!)
I don't mean to brag, but my mitts have never looked or felt better after taking Petroleum 200 over a period of about 2 weeks.
Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to fetch a date with the prettiest hound in town …
Until next time!
Buster (The Bad Office Dog)
Joette here. I want to confirm that Petroleum 200 every other day is used for humans and pets alike.
The response to this medicine is beyond what coconut oil or any lotion can provide. If, however, you must use an oil, I urge folks to use only 100% edible oils.
If you can’t eat it, don’t wear it!
Synthetic products can suppress skin conditions and cause deepening pathology at a later date.
I also want to share with you a website a client of mine made me aware of some months ago, www.Itsan.org. with regards to steroid withdrawal syndrome.
For those with skin conditions that have been “treated” with steroids, it’s a must-read site.
Should you be interested in learning how to uproot such skin withdrawal conditions, feel free to go to my course, Skin: The Ugly Truth.
In my estimation, Homeopathy is one of the few medical methods capable of uprooting such suffering.
Once your fingers, hands, and feet are clear of painful winter cracks, pass on the good word to friends, family and colleagues.
Let’s cure one paw at a time!