WHY RETURN VISITS MAY NOT BE NECESSARY, IN ORDER TO SEE YOUR VETERINARIAN.
Today’s medicine is deigned to treat the EFFECTS of disease, but often are not designed to treat the CAUSE, of the disease.
Chronic diseases are usually treated for their EFFECTS, and not their CAUSE.
Allergies, autoimmunity, and cancer are normally treated for their EFFECTS, and not their CAUSE.
Since our canine pets have been recreated by man, in order to enhance their physical appearance, genetic imbalances have accompanied these structural changes.
There seems to be no recognition of this, even if many of these various breeds are dying, from similar causes.
It is interesting, if a family comes to me, and asks me what breeds they should consider, I asked them to go to a local dog show, and pick out the breeds they think they and their family might like.
Once they have identified a breed, I am able to tell them what diseases that breed will have, based upon the procedures done by the breeders.
To learn more about this inbreeding Ice age, please go to the internet and The Genetic Ice Age, with my name.
If you find yourself continuing, to keep going back to your veterinarian, for treating the effects of your pet’s problems, treating only the EFFECTS, might not be the answer.
If you think you are dealing with any chronic disease, it might be worthwhile asking your veterinarian, to do these following tests;
. Total Estrogen that is adrenals estrogen, and not ovarian estrogen.
. T3 and T4
Unfortunately at this time, there is only one veterinary laboratory that can perform these tests.
If you are interested in identifying the CAUSE of your pet’s chronic condition, please go on line, to the National Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories,
This article is only designed for the pet owners that are tired of paying for the treatment of the same medical EFFECTS, time after time, without identifying the CAUSE.
Hopefully this article will help you identify the CAUSE of your pet’s chronic problems and will not only help your pet, but will also reduce your visits to your veterinarian.
Dr. Al Plechner