Ammonia and dogs

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D Hope the best to you and piggy :D Oh and i was a teen so i went WEEKS without cleaning her cage ><
I also control stress thru yoga and meditation. walking the dogs. Unlike you, I am a medical marijana user and do not use any other drugs. I don't know how much damage is permanent. I just try to avoid all high prion foods-I also have 'gout'-also caused by prions (mis shaped proteins). I cl'd the virus in 2 wks, so I've had 4 years to improve my liver health and my general health.
It's quite probable. I know that bleach and ammonia create a deadly combination, but I don't know if the amount of ammonia in dog urine is concentrated enough to be hazardous. However, if it's indoors, not well ventilated even just the solution itself could be harmful. I would suggest asking the manager to look into a new form of cleaning- due to all the illnesses it would be beneficial to have a bunch of healthy staff over sick staff and it is a work safety hazard- so they can't brush it off.
but sometimes straining to go to bathroom, belching and burping, white spots in stool and yesterday a little blood in the stool. At the time I met with the gastro doctor, was asked if I had blood in stool and I hadn't then. I spoke with someone in his office yesterday and told her about the blood and she said, oh that's not natural.......scared me to death as I had a friend who died of colon cancer six years ago...
Just as exercising--and walking is the very best kind for me-gave me something concret to do and I knew I was starting to lessen some damage. And my dogs won't let me forget now. My thinking was that @ least I was not adding insult to injury. Also, take care of any other health and dental problems. You need to conseve the energy for the major battle--eliminting the hep c. And 1's are much more difficult to cl than other genotypes.
My wire road ( the accent from the Thai doctor who said wire road instead of viral load, anything for a laugh)is 1,125,900 ALT is 123, AST is 168 I have cirrhosis and my ammonia levels are high and white blood cells and platlets are low. I'm waiting on a snafu in paperwork, for Roche to get me going on Pegasys. I found out I have Hep in Sept. 2005 due to my cirrhosis. At first I wanted to treat it with alternative methods.
The pregnancy tracker says to not clean out your cats litter box due to parasites in the feces. I'm curious as to whether this is true for both cats AND dogs. I have a new puppy and she still occasionally poops in the cage at night. If I'm extremely careful of not getting it on me and washing my hands and arms thoroughly afterwards....will I be OK from catching those parasites? I'm approximately 7wks pregnant and I want to make sure I keep my growing baby healthy.
Protein breaks down into ammonia and high ammonia levels may contribute to brain fog. Ten or fifteen years ago, I did a low fat diet for a while. My energy level was very high. I was also exercising a lot and had little responsibilities. Six years ago, I tried a high fat/protein diet. I felt pretty sluggish and looking back, I made some bad decisions so I probably wasn't thinking clearly, I also started getting pains in my liver/gall bladder.
Funny story. Last night the hubby came home from work and I was lying down on the bed and he laid nex to me and started to rub my belly like there is something there. I made a joke and said " rub the budda belly and make a wish" and than I laughed. So today I was talking to dh on the phone and was telling him a conversation i had with a mom at the school today about pregnancy, DH told me to be patient my time will come soon.
use vingear where she has gone pee never anything with ammonia because urine has it in it and she will smell it and it will encorage her to go pee there,vingear dogs hate the smell of so they wont go pee there.
An elderly woman lived her and for 5 years allowed her dogs to do there business in the house. It smells of ammonia and I know I shouldn't breath it so I put a mask on while ripping the floors out and cleaning. I finally stopped for the day after I started getting sore and when I went to lay down I noticed it feels like the baby is shaking. She is 26 weeks along. Is this normal? Or should I be concerned?
He was not by any means active but it was a 100% increase from the day prior. Still very gray and the ammonia smell in the house when i got home from work was very strong. I am starting to understand now that this really is a roller coaster ride. I know how i feel I cannot imagine how he does.
However, he said it could NOT be causing me so much pain. He checked out my arm and noticed a hard soft tissue knot, and suggested removing it through surgery and it "might" relieve my pain. So, 3 weeks ago I had the said surgery and it was removed (a hard soft tissue mass about the size of a marble). No, this was not the cyst inside my humerus bone. Anyways, I still have the pain, and it is extremely terrible at night (on a scale of 1 to 10, a 20 at night).
I think everything is over and I clean up. I walk out of the toilet and in about 2 minutes time the stomach cramp and the fainting sensation comes back (I've fainted only once to date from this and was out for about 15-20 minutes). 6. When I get back to the toilet I have a really violent Diarrhoea episode in pure liquid state.
Research also shows that even very high protein diets do not make renal failure worse in cats (although high protein does worsen the disease in dogs and humans). (One pet food maker recently completed a study it claims shows that its restricted-protein diet increases lifespan in CRF cats. However, because the study has not yet been published, it is impossible to evaluate the data, which is contradicted by other research.
He was inside pet but I took him out because he was messy with the couch and his litter and toys. But the pee is not that bad. That's only if it stays for long periods of time. It penetrates in the air and it becomes smelly but we don't realize how toxic it really is. that's why doctors don't recommend changing litter boxes without masks or gloves. But don't worry. You're okay.
I've gotten a rug Dr and done the carpets numerous times and the song is just relentless.
So as if an African Grey parrot, a cockatiel, a parrotlet, a daschund/minpin mix dog, 2 kids under 3 years, and one on the way weren't enough...we got a new dog., seriously, with the fenced yard and the big house it's not an issue. She's an Australian Shepherd/blue heeler mix, about a year old...heartworm neg, spayed, all shots...and she's absolutely wonderful with the kids.
My 1 1/2 year old 50 lb female standard poodle has had her urine smelling like fish but some times like ammonia. She acts fine, eats and drinks well. The last few weeks she can't make it through the night with out urinating on the floor. Now she can't make it for a few hours during the day with out going on the floor. I have been giving her a homeopathic remedie for urinary tract infection along with a detoxifier twice daily.
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I agree with annajolly. We had two cats and got rid of them due to the ammonia smell and didn't want to even take the chance of the cat jumping into the crib and smothering the baby. Especially if they sleep with u they will think they can sleep in the babies crib too. It was easier for me to get rid of my cats cause I'm more a dog person anyway. Hope you work it out safely for your babies sake.
Went backwards, hit my head on a brick, broke at least one toe, soaked in Epsom salts, bloody and foot swollen, butt and side throbbing, goose egg on my elbow. Confused. **** this hurts. Back to like my bike wreck. I feel so awful right now. **** **** ****. Thought I had this under control. Apparently not. My foot hurts so bad. My head is swollen. Kids made me stay up until they were assured I didn't have a concussion. Oh. I forgot how much it hurts to fall. Glad my bones are relatively strong.
We wracked our brains with the head vet/owner of the clinic and couldn't come up with any reason, so we've just decided to quit blaming and move on and just love this baby and concentrate on that. Here's some questions. I need advice. He has some new symptoms. 1 Despite his good appetite, he is losing weight. What causes that? I could understand if he didn't eat...... 2 his eyes are oozing brown gunk every day I wash it and it comes back. Is that dues to toxins building?
The fluid diuresis is necessary to flush the ammonia from the body. Many dogs do not like K/D and therefore do not eat it. A home-made diet is a valid consideration: 1/3 lean protein like chicken, lamb, salmon, or eggs (1 egg contains 7 grams of pure protein on which the kidneys do little to no work to metabolize), 1/3 long acting carbohydrates such as sweet potatoes, oatmeal, rice and pasta and 1/3 vegetables including broccoli, green beans, peas, etc.
Why dont you give some more information and maybe someone can jump in and help. for instance, do you currently have Luekemia or not. are you possibly in recovery from luekmia treatment, What genotype are you, state of liver damage , have you ever treated before , how is your bloodwork, I did not look at your previous post yet. Maybe that info is there?
sounds nasty, clean the litter box now and then, I have liver problems and have a cat, and I don't have a problem with her. Never heard of ammonia causing irritation of the liver but it would nauseate me.
The problem is I will take her out and she will pee then anywhere from 5-30 minutes she will pee on the floor. I take her out and she will go again. I do the treating thing and praise when I take her out. She doesn't normally poop in the house but just pee. The vet said that if I think she is going a lot she may have an infection. What do you guys think? She doesn't go every time she comes in and there isn't any blood in her urine either. Any advice would be great.
You should think of introducing a faint urine smell occasionally. How to do that? With ammonia. Yes, good old household ammonia. Put some in the mop bucket and clean the kitchen floor, wait a day or two and then re-mop with clean, fresh water or with some alcohol to remove it. Or douse a rag with water diluted ammonia and wipe it on the dog's face every once in awhile. Be vigilant in making sure your dog's housetraining stays intact!
Try a short walk in the evening, or even a couple of short ball-chasing sessions - whatever activity your dog can do safely. Dogs NEED to get out of the house and move - not just for physical health, but for their mental health as well. Don't forget: A tired dog is a good dog.
i can attest to the increased STINKY FACTOR, with 'smells'.....if you have dogs....smell thier feet....TRUST ME ON THIS....and also.....if you wear slippers or socks.....BE SURE TO WASH THEM OFTEN.....this may sound funny....and OH IT also is very very, bend down darlin and 'sniff' those socks, slippers, dogs pads......i speak from tramatising experience...... happy washing and deoderising...spl?
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