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Dr. Jeff

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Thanks for sharing Frances.

Please let us know if you see any benefits for the dogs.

How much juice do they get?
 

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Hi Everybody!

I've been using Anthony William's recommendations--especially the 16 oz of celery juice for the past few years, off & on. I've given a liitle to my 2 dogs and one of my cats. Mycat was not a happy camper. LOL. I'm willing to do the study! I've been wanting to see if the celery juice would help with my cats anemia. :)
 
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Thanks for the great suggestions Julie.

Have you seen any responses from any of your pets?
 

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I would like to try this. But...dog has to drink it on empty stomach? I always add celery to my cooked or raw veggie blend but haven’t juiced it. Would I be able to add this to his food?
 

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I always add celery juice to their food. My daughter gave it to our other dog on an empty stomach for a while but he fought it so we returned to giving it in their food. Not sure if this is how this study wants it done .
 

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Thanks for the great suggestions Julie.

Have you seen any responses from any of your pets?
I gave it to my dogs for a couple of days and I wasn't consistent. But since we're going to do this study, I am going to do it daily. My dogs didn't mind me putting dropperfuls in their mouths but my cat did not like it. My cat, Poppy, the one who struggles with anemia is the one I'm going to do it with also. I'd like to see what it does for him. I'll update on this thread as I do it. And I'm going to keep a journal as well. Dr. Jeff- are you doing the celery juice with your pets?
 

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I would like to try this. But...dog has to drink it on empty stomach? I always add celery to my cooked or raw veggie blend but haven’t juiced it. Would I be able to add this to his food?
Should be given on any empty stomach and by itself.
 

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I gave it to my dogs for a couple of days and I wasn't consistent. But since we're going to do this study, I am going to do it daily. My dogs didn't mind me putting dropperfuls in their mouths but my cat did not like it. My cat, Poppy, the one who struggles with anemia is the one I'm going to do it with also. I'd like to see what it does for him. I'll update on this thread as I do it. And I'm going to keep a journal as well. Dr. Jeff- are you doing the celery juice with your pets?
how many droppers are you doing?
 

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how many droppers are you doing?
However many dropperfuls it takes to give them the 4 oz each. I will be starting this on Saturday morning when I'm home with them in case it gives them loose stools like it does humans with a lot of toxicity in them. LOL. I work during the week and I don't know what detox reactions they'll get.
 

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However many dropperfuls it takes to give them the 4 oz each. I will be starting this on Saturday morning when I'm home with them in case it gives them loose stools like it does humans with a lot of toxicity in them. LOL. I work during the week and I don't know what detox reactions they'll get.
ha! good idea :)
 

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Whole Foods was out of organic celery... so I bought the non-organic and washed it well... I liked it. When they got the organic in, I bought it and the juice is REALLY bitter! Is organic celery bitter? or maybe is it old?
 

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I'm so glad that you made it on the forum Dana!

Your Murphy pic is adorable (which pup was he in Dr. Sara's litter?).

You could share a whole album of them here in the "media" area of the forum.

Yes, organic celery at WF could very well be old (and therefore bitter).

In fact Amy got so fed up with the food in WF here in Westport that she complained.

In addition, the taste of the celery reflects the specific constituents of the soil in which it was grown.

No Julie, I do not juice it for my pets on a consistent basis. It is often in their Instant Pot stews however.

Cassandra,feeding it like this is definitely not the same as giving (or drinking yourself) the juice on an empty stomach as my friend Anthony William suggests.
 

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