Natural Alternatives for Pets
It is an ever present subject with my clients in regard to their pets. Veterinary approaches are Medical approaches, the same problems with Medical care for humans are seen in the 'Health care' approaches by the Veterinarians for our beloved pets include misdiagnosis, over medicating and suffering. Pets respond well to natural remedies.
Our pets are diagnosed and drugged, possibly given surgery and chemotherapy, never addressing the underlying cause of their symptoms, poor diet and subluxations of their spine. Yes, their are chiropractors that adjust animals, horses, dogs and cats.
The price ($$$) we pay is extreme for the results we get and alot of the time our pets die or have to be put to sleep after spending so much time and money on Medical care for their symptoms. They suffer as we think we are being good caretakers and give them their medicines. I even have clients that are giving their pets insulin shots. It is very hard for me to believe this because I have seen dogs, cats and horses benefit quickly from natural alternative remedies.
Just like humans, domesticated animals like dogs and cats are affected by the health hazards of modern living. Pollution, poor nutrition, stress and unhealthy lifestyles can lead to a variety of illnesses and conditions that are very similar to those experienced by humans.
In fact, many, if not most pet health concerns can be addressed by helping your pets to live a healthier lifestyle and by using natural remedies for their symptoms.
While it has its place, conventional medicine for animals and 'modern technology' have failed our pets in many ways. In the wild, animals instinctively seek out healing herbs to help them when they are ill or undernourished.
I have only used Natural Alternatives on my pets. I give them cell salts for symptoms and the symptoms go away. I give them raw vegetables in their food and enzymes and herbs. When the 4th of July or New Years brings booms and bangs and my dogs get nervous I give them a completely safe and natural herbal relaxant. It works for me and it works for them.
Please research our affiliates and find the Natural Alternatives available for your pets. I also recommend having a Pet Communicator.
Please if you need help with your pet contact. http://www.gailthackray.com/
Gail is a fabulous animal communicator, see her web site for the other gifts she brings.
Good luck with your Natural approach to your pets symptoms.