You CAN Heal Your Sick Pet at Home,
Without Going to the Vet…
In Less than 24 Hours, I Can Show You How to Examine, Diagnose and Treat Your Pet at Home.
Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM
If you’re not ready to make some simple changes to the way you provide veterinary care to your pet, beginning today….
…your dog or cat could be seriously ill and live a “shortened” life!
Here is How I know:
My dog died young, only 8 years old. He was a mixed breed dog, a specimen of health. He was given a ton of attention, exercised three times a day, fed only Veterinary Approved food, and given all his vaccines. He had the “ideal” life. Hoochie passed away in my arms from a massive tumor bleed at 12:02pm on April 12, 2003 – the saddest day of my life.
I asked myself… why?
I thought that he was incredibly healthy. I was sure I was doing all of the right things for him.
But I later discovered I may have contributed to his death, because I believed ONLY in conventional veterinary medicine. You see, I am a Veterinarian.
You are fortunate… it’s not too late for you and your pet. Just read on and find out exactly what you must do now.
Pay Close Attention
Conventional veterinary medicine may be harming your pet – and I can show you step-by-step what you must do to prevent it. “Regular” veterinary care has lost its effectiveness over the years, and in some cases is actually causing illness in our pets.
Alternative pet health care has grown over the past few years, but the truth is that Veterinarians have STRONGLY discouraged pet owners from treating their pets outside of the Vet Clinic.
The entire Pet Health Industry has a vested interest in discrediting alternative medicines which can safely, naturally and effectively allow pet owners to care for their pets at home.
Lock the door, Unplug the phone, and do whatever you can to have 10 undivided minutes… Get ready to read about how you could be saving the life of your pet starting now!
“I began to notice something unusual…”
Slowly, I began to notice something unusual about Hoochie. He really just wasn’t the same. He was reluctant to go for his morning dog walk, which was always the highlight of his day.
I dismissed it as him feeling a bit off, some mild stomach issue or maybe a touch of arthritis… but it didn’t pass. In fact, it got worse.
I eventually did a blood test on Hoochie, thinking at that point that he had a tooth infection. However, much to my horror, I quickly found out that he had a spleen tumor.
Immediately, I performed surgery on Hoochie and removed the spleen tumor. But I was too late – the cancer had already spread to his liver, and I knew that very soon, he would die.
How did an apparently healthy mixed breed dog die so young?
I did all the “right” things – or so I thought. After grieving, I came to realize that I had played a role in his dying at too young of an age.
I came to question exactly what I did to my own pet – and what was I doing to other people’s pets.
Through my questioning, I came to realize that most Veterinarians (including me as well, at the time) are not “getting it” – that in the process of trying to heal pets through technological advances, we are actually making them sicker!
There are 3 mistakes that I made that contributed to Hoochie’s early death…