I am a woman who passionately wants to make a difference for you and your dog when it comes to health so I'll begin by telling you about me and why I do what I do.
I love dogs. I mean I'm one of those people who wants to hug every dog I see. Just seeing a happy dog makes my day and so helping dogs be happier by being healthier ... well I guess you could say it just floats my boat.
I spent my childhood wanting to be a veterinarian. I even remember having a talk with my 7th grade science teacher after getting an unheard of A++ on my presentation of the cat's skeletal system. I ended up in tears because I told her how badly I wanted to help animals but the thought of dissecting a pet, would, well, make me puke.
The point? I love animals but I also love to learn, so at every single vet visit I asked questions. Every. Single. Time.
I always wanted to understand the process.
Being slow, it took a few decades to realize where vets were totally
awesome, life-saving people and where they weren't. In a nutshell here's the basic answers to most specific questions about any one problem.
Combined Answers: The body was either not doing what it should or doing something it shouldn't. (That didn't answer the real why)
What does that drug do?
Combined Answers: it will suppress an action we don't want or stimulate an action to happen we do want.(But that didn't fix the real problem)
How can I prevent the problem in the future?
Combined Answers: Nothing, nothing, nothing.(When someone says I can't do something it means it's time to learn)
By then I had 3 children who rarely saw their pediatrician aside from yearly checkups. Feeling like the brightest crayon in the box for a change, I realized the difference between my kids and my dogs was whole foods and natural remedies.
The natural remedies part was pretty easy
to start since I was already familiar with many of them.I found a mentor
to help me work specifically toward dog health.
Nutrition took a lot of figuring out. I began by looking up every single ingredient in dog foods I could find. The results were bone chilling.
The answer of course, was whole foods. Even though I was a little scared, I read three books and got started; kept learning more and after a decade I understood what worked, what didn't and why.
As a life long learner, I keep up to date on natural health; I explain things in an easy to understand way and best of all. . .
I have your best interest at heart and I believe in personal contact. Yup. Like one on one. You can contact me through email, Facebook or Messenger or join my private Holistic Dog Health Group on Facebook.
Why? Because I take your dog's health personally. I don't just want to sell to you, I want to make sure what you are getting is right for your dog in the right amount at the right time and be there for followup for you.
Oh look, here I am now...
Let's me be perfectly clear. I AM NOT A VETERINARIAN so I cannot give you MEDICAL advice. But I can give you some very good advice.
As you should guess by taking a look at me, I've lived long enough to have shared my life with lots of dogs.
You know the time for change is here. And reading dozens of books on holistic health just isn't on your list of things to do.
Now you can use my knowledge and have your own head slapping moment and a couple "aha" ones as well - in a fraction of the time.
Your dog's health does not get better by chance, it gets better by change and the ball is in your court.
Anyone can randomly sell products by listing what they should do. But giving your dog a pill or twenty a day, even herbal ones, aren't going to do squat if the body isn't working well enough to use it! (Meaning your dog could swallow and poop it out without absorption.)
I wanted a different approach that goes like this:
Using this approach feels good because every person can choose how far to take it.
I wish the video was more clear and that you couldn't hear me being a doofus as well but here's 11 seconds of playtime.
She's about 13 years old here. Note there is no stiffness and she still has plenty of energy.
Now how about some free raw dog food recipes
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