A Healthy Bowel Equals Healthy Pets, Too!
I am now the owner of two incredibly loving and adorable puppies. Last week, I had the older one neutered. The entire experience was extremely upsetting. The vet tried to manipulate me by fear to follow their protocol, one which was very profitable to them, but not in the best interest/health of my dog (just like a medical doctor….). Hence, I was inspired to write this email. Because while I have always known that this program is needed for all of the pets of the world, I did not have the time, experience, or desire to comment on it until now.
Just like you, a pet needs to have regular, well-formed stools (of course the size will very depending on the particular type of animal, but a firm stool is very easy to ascertain.) Just like you, when his stools are too soft or mushy, a large amount of acidity is reabsorbed into his body, setting the stage for symptoms, arthritis, cancer, and other diseases. Just like you, a dog needs to have a healthy intestinal environment in his bowel, so that acids are eliminated, and unwanted organisms, like heartworm, cannot survive. He also needs to eat a low-acid, easy-to-digest diet (my dogs are given a lot of raw dog food, as this fits those needs the best.)
Like doctors, vets are trained to treat your pet’s symptoms, but not the cause of them. Just like alternative practitioners, holistic vets are trained to treat his symptoms too, but with more natural products, like vitamins and herbs. Neither of these approaches will prevent your pet from dying prematurely from a disease. Your pet may feel better, and their blood tests may look better, but longevity only occurs when acids are eliminated from the body by a healthy bowel, and no vets are trained to accomplish this.
And so it was very interesting when, a few days after my upsetting experience, a client shared a story with me about the almost-death of her 14 week old puppy—a story that ties into this perfectly; a story that she was very eager for me to share (and I likewise); a powerful story that confirms the amazing healing powers of the body when the health of the bowel is respected, as it is with this program that you are following.
Maggie’s little Chihuahua was diagnosed with an intestinal infection. He had diarrhea, vomiting, and was at risk of dying from dehydration as a result. The intravenous fluids were helping some, but the vet informed Maggie that the dog needed to be transported to an animal hospital (at $500/night, on top of it all), but Maggie was told that even then, he may or may not survive. When Maggie told the vet she wanted to take the dog home and try to help him herself, the vet made her sign a form saying that she would never bring another animal back to her clinic, and threatened her that her dog would surely die so she might as well euthanize him now.
Maggie read about the benefits of bentonite, and since she herself is taking it as part of this program, had some available to give to her dog! Her little dog responded beautifully to the bentonite– his stools firmed up, and he started to drink and eat again. He is now alive and well—contrary to the vet’s threats, and in spite of the vet’s advice (and certainly not as a result of her therapy!)
While I very limited experience working with pets with this program, I am certain that it is the most valuable approach to keeping your pet healthy for a long time. Our pets deserve much better care than they are getting, and if you too have a story to share, like Maggie’s, let me know so that we can help others help their pets with this program, And I am certainly more than happy to help you with your pets, if needed….
Bentonite saved this pet’s life, and it is saving yours, too!