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My Vet Thinks My Pet Is Very Sick. What Do I Do Now?

I am a very strong advocate of obtaining any indicated non-invasive diagnostic information when treating a sick pet. 

Knowing all of the internal as well as the externally visible signs and symptoms of disease is important in order to treat the totality of the imbalance.

 

Board certified internal medicine specialists have had extensive post graduate training and supervision.  Veterinary specialties currently include internists, cardiologists, ophthalmologists, dermatlogists, behaviorists, neurologists, etc. Think of your local vet as your family GP. They are often the first to “name” the possible causes for your pet’s symptoms.  The internist (or other Board certified specialist) then helps categorize them better.

 

The job of the AVH Board certified veterinary homeopath is to then include all of the available diagnostic information (and more) into forming a “gestalt” of your pet’s energetic imbalance.  This imbalance is what led to the physiologic responses that resulted in disease.  We can treat and often eliminate all signs and symptoms of the dis-ease.

 

You can find an ACVIM Board-certified Specialist here:

 

 

 

Do you have a sick animal?

If so take a moment and head over to Holistic Actions where you will:

Feel more confident making HOLISTIC MEDICAL DECISIONS

Focus on PREVENTION and avoid un-needed and expensive diagnostics and treatments

Enhance your pets QUALITY OF LIFE and HAPPINESS

You can now find Dr. Jeff at Holistic Actions!
I'm sending my prayers and best wishes to everyone throughout the world that has been affected by this historic pandemic. My hope is for a better balance of the world and greater empowerment for all as soon as possible. Here are 4 actions that can be used today to improve immune resistance to any virus or bacteria:

1. Go on a "sniff walk” with your pet and breathe fresh air deeply for at least 30 minutes/day.

2. Eat darkly colored fresh vegetables and fruit such as wild blueberries and kale.

3. Do at least 50 HA! breaths just say ha loudly) daily. These forceful expulsions of air help maintain good lung function and can help you detect respiratory problems early. Laughter, coughing and Kapalabhati breathing (from yoga) are three other easy ways to do this.

4. Experience positive emotions, like the sense of awe, when we witness the renewal of nature. Stay safe, Vital and healthy”

Holistic Actions! membership includes a free monthly 15 minute consultation to discuss your Holistic Medical Decision Making. To discuss other Holistic Actions!, and to learn more about the Vitality and Balance System which describes how they work on a molecular level, just register as a Gold member at www.holisticactions.com/membership and schedule time to talk.

Stay safe, Vital and healthy,

Dr. Jeff