Most vets and “single species doctors” grossly misunderstand what symptoms are, how they are extremely valuable, and how cure is defined.
That means that, unless you are smarter than your vet and choose carefully who gets to be your trusted health care provider, your animals are likely to become less and less healthy the longer they partake in “modern medicine.”
Listen along with Dr. Falconer as he explains why symptoms are critically important to understand and hugely useful in getting and keeping your animals truly VITAL.
Discover what symptoms are, who or what makes them, and how “controlling them” is asking for long term trouble in your loved ones or yourself.
What’s the difference between “common” and normal?
How do symptoms “talk to us,” whether we are vets or perceptive caregivers? What are they really saying, anyway?
And the case of the horribly itchy dog named Maggie whose skin disease was finally cured when an odd symptom was revealed about her heat cycles.
You’ll never view symptoms the way you used to after you hear this episode. And that will only help your animals stay in their best state of wild health and natural disease resistance.
Links for this episode
Symptoms you likely never thought were symptoms. A sweet list and more: Animal Caregivers Guide
Apoquel: Dog Miracle Drug With a Dark Side (where you’ll find my free Apoquel Alternatives Report)
For more on homeopathy: Taking homeopathic practice out of the black box
This one’s for vets only. The best training in homeopathy is returning soon.
Here’s where to learn more, from the PIVH: Professional Course in Veterinary Homeopathy! (You can thank me later. This was the best training I’ve had as a vet. Period.)
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Next week: We’re talking pet food, pet “feed,” and more with Susan Thixton from Truth About Pet Food. If you haven’t met Susan yet, and especially if you are feeding commercial food of any stripe, don’t miss this episode. Susan’s on your side!