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Tear Stains

A questioner from India asked how to rid his white Spitz of the rust colored stains he thought came from bloody tears. My answer is useful for everyone.

Tears and saliva naturally turn white hair red. It is not really a red fluid, just the reaction between the chemicals in the clear liquid and the fur. Having these excess tears is, however, one of the signs of underlying energy imbalance. Preventing future health problems may be possible if you work now to build health to the point that your dog no longer gets red stains and does not have tear drainage. Try these 7 keys to good health to achieve this.

By | 2012-08-27T09:41:44+00:00 August 27th, 2012|Healthy Animal's Journal|0 Comments

About the Author:

Christina Chambreau, DVM, graduated from the University of Georgia Veterinary College in 1980 and has had a Homeopathic Veterinary Practice since 1988. She is co-founder and was Chair for the Academy of Veterinary homeopathy. She is the author of Healthy Animal’s Journal: What You Can Do to Have Your Dog or Cat Live a Long and Healthy Life; Healthy Dog Journal ebook; Fleas Be Gone kindle; and co-author of Tutorial and Workbook for the Homeopathic Repertory and How to Have a Stress Free Wedding and Live Happily Ever After. She has written and is quoted in many magazines. She lectures at veterinary conferences around the world. She speaks and gives classes for animal enthusiasts and practitioners. She is committed to empowering people to heal their animals and themselves in a way that heals the planet.

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