Alternative Medicine for Pets/Blasto in my dog

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Griffin Douglas
Griffin Douglas  
Hello, I have a seven year old Cocker Griffin who is my life! Just diagnosed with Blasto after many months of the vets experimenting with him. I cannot put him through anymore and I am looking at Natural Remedies to help him live comfortably. He is eating and drinking and overall acting normal except for lack of energy at times. He is only on vitamin K right now, a probiotic and yogurt 2 times a day also drops as his eye had been affected. I am searching for any methods that will help my poor guy. I am hoping for a little positive

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Hello Colleen,

I am very sorry to hear about your friend (he is very cute). I have just a couple of suggestions: 1) Put him on a raw food diet, or get a copy of Dr Deva Khalsa's book which contains receipies for diets for specific issues. I am sorry that I can't remember the name of the book right now, but if you get the free PDF copy of my book "Simple Steps to a Healthy Pet by filling out the pop-up form on my web site http://naturalsforanimals.com , you can find out more about how to get the book.

There is another book that I am going to get a copy of myself called "The One Minute Cure" that you may also be interested in. You can get it by calling 1-800-311-3285 or by going to http://scientificcancersolution.com/omcb.

A third suggestion is for you to contact a truly wonderful holistic vet that I know named Dr Gerald Wessner. He works with homeopathy and other alternative therapies and if anyone can help your boy, he can. His phone number is 1-352-245-2025. Leave a message if he doesn't answer beause a lot of his work is done out of the office. He does phone consultations and is very compassionate,knowledgable and honest.

The two things that are the body's disease control factor are the pH and oxygenation of the cells. A raw diet will help get him into proper upper pH (6.2 - 6.4) and the second book I suggested is about oxygenation. No anaerobic life form can survive in proper upper pH or in a highly oxygenated system...cancer is an anaerobe.

These things are true for animals and people as well. The facts are worth looking into.

I hope these suggestions help.

Take care,
Sue Griffin  

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I can answer questions concerning pet allergies, natural flea control, breeding and dog breeds, puppy training, pets and stress, and pretty much any dog related question.

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I have been a Holistic Pet Care Consultant for over 20 years. My specialties are nutrition and flea, skin and coat problems but I have experience with other health issues as well. I have been studying canine nutrition for over 20 years as well and have a broad knowledge base there including breed specific information. I am the author of The Healthy Pet Handbook and Simple Steps to a Healthy Pet as well as many other pet related articles; and have hosted radio talk shows on natural pet care. I conduct seminars on natural pet care, relationship training and the spiritual, energetic relationship between people and companion animals. I trained my first dog in 7th grade, bread my first litter in 12th grade and began showing at age 20 (I'm now 60). I have studied dogs all of my life and I have a degree in Psychology with minors in Ecology and Animal Behavior from Utah State University. I am a graduate of The New York School of Dog Grooming (1972) and Orchard Kennels School of Training (can't remember the year). I am the founder and owner of Naturals For Animals in St Petersburg, FL and the developer of Critter Oil and other natural products and Pet Energy Therapy, a pet assisted therapy for people. I look forward to answering your questions and feel free to read the articles on my site, http://critteroil.com

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