I think it’s appropriate to say there is no more important place to be clear about what you want than in health care. If you allow yourself or your animal to just blindly take what ever a doctor recommends, trouble will ensue. I guarantee it.
This episode was inspired by a listener who knew she didn’t want vaccines for her pup. She’d already seen vaccine damage in her two children, but when she sought out holistic vets, she asked them if they vaccinated.
And Alesha felt stuck at that point.
How could she get her needs better met?
By asking better questions!
This episode is here to help you get your veterinary needs met. While a vet can be a great ally on your natural path, it’s never safe to assume that he’ll have your every desire in mind if you don’t spell out your desires for your animal very clearly.
You must ask wise questions, either of your current vet or if you’re interviewing a potential new one.
As “prevention” is often where the trouble begins and healthy animals become damaged, often for life, you’ll need a vet who understands your goals and will help you achieve them.
I share with you my thoughts on “sympathetic vets” and how to ask the right questions so your vet becomes a trusted part of your path to a wildly healthy, naturally disease-resistant companion.
Links for this episode
Free Report: Natural (Puppy) Prevention
How to find holistic or better yet, homeopathic vets. Visit my Recommended Resources page. Be sure to watch my video there near the AVH list.
There are at least 3 more reasons. Can you find them? Use that search box at the bottom, and drop in the word FIRE.
Now, instead of giving you a fish, I’ve just taught you to fish!
Ah, the sweet taste of empowerment!
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Let us know in the comments below if you’ve made your needs known with your vet (or if you’re now planning to with increased determination to keep your fur family safe).