This is a guest post by Wade Church.
My precious Golden Retriever, Emmi is 8 years old. She was diagnosed with SARDS early this year. The veterinarians told me that she was completely blind and that there was no hope. A serendipitous conversation with the kind people from Halosforpaws steered me in Dr. Plechner's direction. I spoke to him and, with the cooperation of Emmi's vet, Dr. Debbie Bear, we started Emmi on his prescribed program. To say that this has changed her life would be an understatement! Not only has she regained her zest for life but she's actually regained some of her sight! Dr. Plechner has taken control of Emmi's care from the first time I've spoken with him, without any compensation for his time or knowledge! While I respect the perspective that Skept Vet has brought forward (there are certainly a lot of quacks in the medical field!), I have to temper that respect with the knowledge that, from the very beginning, Dr. Plechner has asked NOTHING of me! He's phoned me at least a dozen times, he's emailed me, he's spoken with Emmi's vet, and has asked for nothing in return! If he's a quack I think Skept Vet needs to come up with some new parameters to determine the definition of a quack!
I think we can all agree that, with the increase in allergies, auto immune diseases, cancer, etc., something has changed in the world. Until someone can explain it, and back it up with research, I'm willing to listen to people who can produce results. I have a healthy, happy dog. Dr. Plechner is the reason! I haven't paid him a cent! He's not only made a believer out of me, he's managed to convince Emmi's vet, and she's no rookie either! I'm not a religious person, but I thank God, for whatever transpired to put me in touch with this amazing man! I'm not a wealthy man, but money can't buy what I've learned from this experience. Dr. Plechner is a great vet, but he's even a greater man!
Thank you Al!
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Edmonton, Alberta, Canada