It is a medicine dog's job to heal their fellow pack mates. They use various ways of doing it, but mostly through herbs and rarely, berries.

Note from author: These remedies should NEVER EVER be used on any pets. These plants and/ or berries could be poisonous to pets! You should always bring sick pets to the vet if you think something is wrong. Thank you!

Maple Tree BarkEdit

Maple tree bark

Use: Bark is pealed and syrup is drank.

Effect: Helps sore throats.

Description: Bark of the maple tree.

Location: Mainly in forests, rarely found by long-leg houses.

Bay LeafEdit

Use: Leaf is eaten.

Bay leaf

Effect: Helps with tooth pain.

Description: Leaves of the Bay Tree.

Location: Rarely in forests, common in long-leg houses.

Mint LeavesEdit

Use: Can be pressed on wounds to prevent infection, or can be eaten to sooth stomachaches. 


Effect: To prevent infection or to sooth stomachaches.

Description: Leaves with a tangy, strong smell and taste.

Location: Long-leg houses in plant pots.



Use: Syrup is squeezed out.

Effect: Helps stop itching.

Description: A white and yellow flower.

Lavender FlowersEdit

Use: Flowers are eaten.


Effect: Helps calm a dog down, and helps bring down fevers.

Description: A pretty purple flower long-legs usually keep in their gardens.

Location: Commonly in the forest, even more commonly in long-leg gardens.


Yew PlantEdit

Use: To kill another dog.

Yew berry

Effect: Can make a dog very sick and can cause death.

Description: Deadly plant that if consumed, with most likely cause death. All parts of pant are poisonous.

Location: In the forest, commonly spread around.


Use: To kill another dog.

Effect: Makes a dog's heart fail.

Description:  A perennial with opposite leaves that secrete a milky sap when cracked or broken.

Location: Long-leg gardens.
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