October 24, 2019

Biscuit Wasn't Ready To Go

She had been lively and couldn’t stop wagging her tail

I told a story about Biscuit, one of my patients who had a horrible cancer called histiosarcoma that usually kills within weeks of diagnosis. Biscuit’s parents found me and were able to get her into my office a week after she was diagnosed with cancer at the ER. 

When I walked into the exam room, Biscuit, a beautiful yellow lab laid there lifeless, unable to raise her head.

It was heartbreaking. Her parents told me she had been lively and couldn’t stop wagging her tail only 48 hours before she collapsed from an acute bleed from the cancer. The ER docs had encouraged them to put Biscuit to sleep a week ago, because her quality of  life would never get better.

I frankly didn’t know how much I would be able to help Biscuit, but as I sat on the floor with her, and petted her head, she looked me in the eye, as if to tell me “I’m still here!” 

I did some acupuncture for her, which seemed to perk her up, and gave her parents some herbs and a medication to use, and a simple, bland diet to help her absorb the nutrients she desperately needed. 

Three days later, the owners called me and said “Biscuit is up and eating like a pig! She feels more like her old self! What else can we do?” 

We added in a few more supplements, and adjusted her diet, and she lived happily until the cancer caused her to bleed again, 3 months later. 3  Months after the ER vet would have put her to sleep.  

After Biscuit died, her parents called me and thanked me for what I had done to help her. They said “If only we had found you earlier, biscuit wouldn’t have had to suffer for as long as she did.”

What does this have to do with Ipet’s Ally? Imagine yourself in Biscuits parents shoes. You’re at the ER because your furbaby has collapsed. You know it’s not good, but the ER vet tells you it’s really bad. What would you give to have access to information from an Integrative Vet  who can bridge the world of Conventional Vet Medicine and Holistic Options? 

How important would it be for you to have a gameplan for your baby, before you commit to expensive treatments or surgery at the ER?

Biscuit’s Parents told me it the information & care I gave her Made all the difference in the world. 

iPet’s ally will give you access to all the videos I’ve ever recorded for both my Facebook page, and my Private The Original CrockPet Diet cooks Community. All searchable by disease category, and with downloadable transcripts, so you can copy the specific information you need for later. 

I’ll also be teaching by video live once a month, and then answering your questions. 

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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