Welcome to My Practice

  WELCOME TO MY PET HEALTH COACHING PRACTICE 

 THANK YOU FOR WANTING TO TREAT YOUR PET HOLISTICALLY, BUILDING HEALTH AND LONGEVITY

 I am so blessed to have wonderful clients such as yourself who are looking beyond the quick cure to real health. Holistic approaches, and especially Homeopathy are such powerful systems of medicine that health and happiness can come to these most deserving companions on our beautiful planet. Here’s Ed helping me.

June 2015 I ceased being “the homeopathic vet” and became a Pet Health Coach. What you will get from the individually matched Pet Health Consult and continued Pet and Family Health Coaching:

  1. Understand how your cherished animals become ill and recover (cure, palliation, suppression), learning that having skin issues is actually a positive sign.
  2. Evaluation and discussion of you and your pet’s current health, lifestyle, including diet, vaccines, chemicals (flea, tick, heartworm), smart meters, past symptoms, early warning signs and more.
  3. Discussion of what healing modalities you can learn to use yourself that are 100% safe and often very effective.
  4. Given your pet’s specific symptoms, what type of veterinary care would be the best, how much improvement could you expect and which self healing methods would help the most.
  5. How to best work with a holistic veterinarian and how to tell if the veterinarian you have chosen is truly healing or merely helping a bit.
  6. Matching you up with the holistic veterinarian who best suits you, with a few back ups if the first does not work (and free future suggestions of veterinarians, if needed).
  7. Answering your questions.
  8. Continuing to support you in your family’s journey of health.

If you would like to schedule this, please call 410-771-4968 or email HealthyAnimals@aol.com.

Fees: $150 per hour, prorated by the minute.

The first 5 minutes are FREE, so you can see if this would be valuable for you.

TESTIMONIAL:
“Thank you once again for all your help. You have once again been a voice of reason I needed to get me back on track. I appreciate every minute of wisdom.” Teri B

OVERVIEW of the holistic approach

Using homeopathy and natural healing methods may be different than what you have been doing for your pet, so please read the following information, if possible before our coaching call. Call me whenever you feel stuck or that your health care team is not making the progress you wish.  My answering machine is my secretary. If you have not heard from me when you expected, call me again and send an email if possible.

1. What you observe about your pet is essential, regardless of the modality of treatment you are using. General observations, including behavior and personality, about your pet are as important as the “sick” symptoms. Keeping a journal on each pet helps your memory. You can order a beautiful, easy one in print or as an ebook (dog only so far).  I strongly encourage every pet to have their own journal. You can purchase it through the web, at some pet stores, mail a check to me or pick it up at my home if you are local.

2. Do your best to not give any medicines not prescribed by your integrative veterinarian without checking with me first (pepsid, laxatone, panalog, neosporin, etc). Drugs can interfere with the healing response (especially steroids and cyclosporins). Usually fine are any flower essence remedies, homeopathic ointments, herbs and vitamins.

3. Vaccinations in general may lower your pet’s general health, so do not vaccinate until we have talked. Read more  in the free vaccine article or buy the Vaccine Report. Almost any veterinarian or kennel will waive the vaccinations if you offer to sign a release. Rabies vaccination is the exception.  Although it may also be detrimental and is good for life, legally you must give it. Call me before you give the rabies vaccine so it can be given at the best time and the deleterious effects can be minimized.  Learn Reiki (check with local health food stores or centers for classes) to help neutralize it.

4. What our animals eat is very important. Read more in the free diet article or buy the Nutrition Report.  Most commercial foods really are not adequate, for animals need the same high quality fresh food we eat.

5. Before your first appointment with your integrative vet it would be useful to fill out the timeline sheet in the Healthy Animal’s Journal, or create one on your own. List every ailment, everything that could have impacted them (a move, new job, new baby, new animals in the house…), when vaccines or drugs were given and anything that makes them feel better or worse.  Go through the early warning signs of illness and record any that are present now, or have been in the past.

 

6. You and your family are really the key to your pet’s health, both by thinking healthy, good thoughts around your pet and by accurate reporting.

 

MY GOAL in coaching you is that your cherished companion(s) will have the current problem disappear

AND to have fewer, if any future problems occur

AND to see increased energy, vitality and be better to live with ‑ that is a CURE.

TESTIMONIALS
“It was good discussing our issues with Maggie. You gave us a lot to investigate. Thanks” tom and Barb D.

“We have had a remarkable turn around. B. is much better. Thanks for your loving guidance and support.” E. Eisenberg

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First Aid remedies to have on hand
Some useful first aid remedies to have on hand:

  1. Hypericum lotion, gel, salve or tincture: good for wounds, hemorrhages, ear flushing, itchiness.
  2. Calendula: same, but not for deep wounds. Good for open wounds. Internally for infections. Ointments are not as good on cats, water dilutions better.
  3. Rescue remedy(Bach) or other companies’ animal emergency trauma solution : Put 4 drops of extract in 1 oz of spring water in a dropper bottle.  Give about a dropperful of the dilution for nervousness, pain, anxiety, itching. Great for shock and  emotional or physical trauma.

3 thoughts on “Welcome to My Practice

  1. Jan at dogs4dogs suggested I contact you about the following– can you help? Thanks in advance…
    Rev 2013
    January 16th to the Vet for his Canine Rabies Vaccination plus he was given the following as well-
    Distemper, Hepatitis, Parainfluenza, Parvo Vaccination and the
    Bordatella Vaccination and the
    Lymes Vaccination.
    Dr. Paul weighed and checked him and he seemed in great health for an 8 year old 104 lb American Bulldog.
    Rev is usually a ravenous eater but he seemed to slow down after the shots. And he has had times where he would vomit periodically– which is not his norm.
    February 8th we bought a new flavor of dog food made by the same company we have been using for a few years A Taste of the Wild Southwest Canyon Formula with Wild Boar.
    Again Rev usually attacks his meal but he seemed to be ‘not himself’ when it came to eating. There was even a night where he left his food overnight- which never happens.
    Since we live ‘in the woods’, Rev has periodically taken off for a while and could have gotten into something.
    He would have times when he would drink a lot of water but it was not an everyday thing.
    His energy levels seemed a bit down even when we went on long walks but we attributed that to being inside a lot during the long winter.
    On February 28th a delivery man came to the house and we invited him in to wait get paid. He was a young man with a baseball cap on. Rev checked him out and we told him everything was okay. He sat across from my wife at the kitchen table and was petting Rev as we spoke. He was making a chicken delivery and told us about the young pit bull he had.
    I was making some breakfast when we heard a growl and the young man jumped back. Rev had nipped him on his left cheek and it drew a little blood.
    I yelled at the dog and took him outside. He seemed confused about why he was in trouble. We treated the injury and tried to figure out why Rev had nipped him—the hat, the smell of chicken, the smell of the guys dog?
    I actually call him Rev the Therapy Dog. People come to the house all the time to get treated for injuries and Rev is sometimes overly friendly to everyone. He thinks he’s a lap dog even at his size and loves to get petted or do tricks for our guests.
    My wife and I were very concerned about what happened. A few hours later an old friend of the family came to pick up her chicken. She’s a woman in her 70s and was coming in the basement door. She has been to the house many times. Out of nowhere Rev jumped up and nipped at her face hitting her in the mouth. The woman quickly pulled back behind the door. Thankfully no skin was broken.
    What has gotten into our friendly dog? He never looks happy anymore.
    I called our veterinarian friend at home and have talked to our old neighbor in Florida who has been a dog breeder for over 50 years.
    I called the place where we buy our pet food—they know and love Rev also. I called the company that makes the dog food in Missouri and spoke to their resident veterinarian.
    The suggestions are as follows-
    Take Rev off the dog food immediately which we did. We are feeding him a different brand along with organic yogurt the past few days.
    Closely monitor where he goes outside to be sure he’s not getting into something that could make him sick- an old carcass or poison?
    Have him Temperament tested. Maybe this would be better done after any possible health/medical issues are eliminated?
    Take him to the vet to be checked—blood work check or maybe a tumor?
    Thoroughly follow up on seeing if he reacted negatively to any of the vaccines he received- could they have been tainted?
    In the meantime, we are keeping him totally isolated from people- which is quite sad- since he has brought joy to so many over the years. I just checked and we have a picture of my 6 year old granddaughter taking Rev for a walk on leash on January 6th. She’s 40 lbs and he’s walking down the street with her like a perfect gentleman.

    1. This post is for education purposes for other readers of this site. I will email you and schedule an appointment or find you a local integrative veterinarian with whom to work. I would suggest you purchase the Healthy Dog Journal (ebook) or Healthy Animal’s Journal (print) to track the response to treatments you try.

      “Jan Rasmussen at dogs4dogs suggested I contact you about the following– can you help? Thanks in advance…

      January 16th to the Vet for his Canine Rabies Vaccination plus he was given the following as well-
      Distemper, Hepatitis, Parainfluenza, Parvo Vaccination and the Bordatella Vaccination and the Lymes Vaccination.

      I suggest everyone reading this sad letter read the vaccine section here in my practice section,my articles on vaccines, purchase my bigger report on vaccines, read Don Hamilton’s chapter on vaccines in his book Homeopathic Care of Cats and Dogs and Jan Rasmussen’s Scared Poopless. Please do not let what I say next make you feel guilty. You were doing the very best you knew how to do. You were doing what the veterinarian you respected said to do. First, for everyone – do not let a doctor or a veterinarian or a car repair person do something that you do not fully understand. Why do dogs get annual vaccines when you do not get measles every year of your life? Why would you give multiple vaccines at a time? Some dogs live a long life with annual vaccines, others are so sensitive they become ill with the very first puppy shots and others are fine for the first few years (like Rev), then have massive negative reactions as they become older and weaker. Viral vaccines (Rabies, distemper, Parvo) give lifetime protection from one or two vaccines. For the last the 10 years the AVMA and AAHA have recommended Distemper and parvo be given every 3 years, not every year (per the judgement of the veterinarian). Lymes and Lepto are bacterial vaccines and are very ineffective (depends on who funds the studies), so are only needed if there is an epidemic in that area, then are needed every 6 months or more. Rabies, while good for life, must be given according to the local law, unless a veterinarian writes an exemption. Most holistically trained veterinarians will treat the dog to prevent possible reactions from the legally required Rabies vaccines, and certainly will treat any damage resulting from the vaccine. Learn Reiki and Reiki the syringe (if you cannot find an integrative veterinarian in your area (worth driving hours for this service)), then the injection site, then offer Reiki until the dog no longer “draws” it. Purchase Vaccine De Tox from Spirit Essences and give for 2 weeks before and 2 weeks after the vaccine. Be sure the dog is healthy when giving the vaccine (which Rev was).

      “Dr. Paul weighed and checked him and he seemed in great health for an 8 year old 104 lb American Bulldog.

      Rev is usually a ravenous eater but he seemed to slow down after the shots. And he has had times where he would vomit periodically– which is not his norm.

      One of the treasures of learning the holistic paradigm is that you begin treating as soon as tiny changes are noted, such as decreased appetite and vomiting. Clearly it is the vaccines that have so harmed Rev.

      “February 8th we bought a new flavor of dog food made by the same company we have been using for a few years A Taste of the Wild Southwest Canyon Formula with Wild Boar.
      Again Rev usually attacks his meal but he seemed to be ‘not himself’ when it came to eating. There was even a night where he left his food overnight- which never happens.
      Since we live ‘in the woods’, Rev has periodically taken off for a while and could have gotten into something.
      He would have times when he would drink a lot of water but it was not an everyday thing.
      His energy levels seemed a bit down even when we went on long walks but we attributed that to being inside a lot during the long winter.

      One of our challenges is to identify the cause of a problem, yet not make excuses for a problem. Hmm – that sounds confusing. With Rev, when you look back, it is clear that all problems began after the vaccines. While he might have eaten something in the woods, he never had these symptoms before. While it could have been the food, there were symptoms before the food. You have taken great notes, which made it possible to use Rev as an example.

      “On February 28th a delivery man came to the house and we invited him in to wait get paid. He was a young man with a baseball cap on. Rev checked him out and we told him everything was okay. He sat across from my wife at the kitchen table and was petting Rev as we spoke. He was making a chicken delivery and told us about the young pit bull he had.
      I was making some breakfast when we heard a growl and the young man jumped back. Rev had nipped him on his left cheek and it drew a little blood.
      I yelled at the dog and took him outside. He seemed confused about why he was in trouble. We treated the injury and tried to figure out why Rev had nipped him—the hat, the smell of chicken, the smell of the guys dog?
      I actually call him Rev the Therapy Dog. People come to the house all the time to get treated for injuries and Rev is sometimes overly friendly to everyone. He thinks he’s a lap dog even at his size and loves to get petted or do tricks for our guests.
      My wife and I were very concerned about what happened. A few hours later an old friend of the family came to pick up her chicken. She’s a woman in her 70s and was coming in the basement door. She has been to the house many times. Out of nowhere Rev jumped up and nipped at her face hitting her in the mouth. The woman quickly pulled back behind the door. Thankfully no skin was broken.
      What has gotten into our friendly dog? He never looks happy anymore.

      What has happened to Rev is vaccinosis, and most probably the Rabies vaccine miasm vaccinosis. Dogs Naturally Magazine did an excellent series of articles documenting case after case of dogs and cats who, after their Rabies vaccine, became aggressive, had skin problems, developed cancer, etc. In my 30 years as an integrative veterinarian, I see it frequently. I am currently staying with homeopathically trained friends in Hawaii where Rabies vaccine is not required and she rarely sees dogs on the island with skin problems.

      “I called our veterinarian friend at home and have talked to our old neighbor in Florida who has been a dog breeder for over 50 years.
      I called the place where we buy our pet food—they know and love Rev also. I called the company that makes the dog food in Missouri and spoke to their resident veterinarian.

      This was great for you to reach out. The problem is that everyone except Jan Rasmussen had the same training, so did not recognize the serious problems that can be caused by vaccines.

      “The suggestions are as follows-
      Take Rev off the dog food immediately which we did. We are feeding him a different brand along with organic yogurt the past few days.

      This was good as it was a change that could have caused digestive upsets, but unlikely to cause aggression. If you had been working always with an integrative veterinarian (I strongly suggest everyone start NOW to work with one), the aggression may have been avoided by treating the poor appetite and vomiting holistically.

      “Closely monitor where he goes outside to be sure he’s not getting into something that could make him sick- an old carcass or poison?

      It will not hurt to monitor him, but this is very unlikely to be the cause of aggression.

      “Have him Temperament tested. Maybe this would be better done after any possible health/medical issues are eliminated?
      Take him to the vet to be checked—blood work check or maybe a tumor?

      do not waste your time and money on these. It is very clear that the problems all began with the vaccines.

      “Thoroughly follow up on seeing if he reacted negatively to any of the vaccines he received- could they have been tainted?
      Vaccines are not tainted, they contain adjuvents that help the vaccine work properly and these adjuvents can cause problems with some animals. the altered viruses and bacteria can also be the cause of harm.

      “In the meantime, we are keeping him totally isolated from people- which is quite sad- since he has brought joy to so many over the years. I just checked and we have a picture of my 6 year old granddaughter taking Rev for a walk on leash on January 6th. She’s 40 lbs and he’s walking down the street with her like a perfect gentleman.

      Sadly, you will have to keep him isolated (play a lot with him yourself, for his sake) until you are able to cure him of his negative reaction to vaccines.

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