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Home Study Course Contest Part 2

By Dr. Andrew Jones

Course Giveaway Contest – Day 2
 
Welcome to Day 2 of the Contest!
 
Watch these 2 videos now – Episode 3 and 4 – and post your comments below.

For all of the details of the contest, scroll down to Tuesday’s post.

 
Here are the rules again:
 
  1. Watch the following Frequently Asked Questions Videos (2 Today and 2 from Yesterday)
  2. Leave a comment below either post with your name and email address (click the ‘Comment’ link at the bottom of the post – your email address will not be made public)
  3. Attend the Teleseminar this Thursday, April 30th
 
If you’ve not signed up for the Teleseminar, click here now!
 
We will announce the lucky winners AFTER the Teleseminar – so be sure to attend!
 
Here are the final 2 videos…
 
Questions & Concerns – Episode 3

 
Questions & Concerns – Episode 4

 
Remember leave your comments below (just click the link ‘Comments’).
 
These are the final videos for the contest. We will announce the winners after the Teleseminar on Thursday, April 30th (tomorrow night).
 
Good Luck!
 
Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM
support@fourpawsonlineltd.com
http://www.veterinarysecretsrevealed.com
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99 Responses to “Home Study Course Contest Part 2”


  1. Linda Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 2:04 pm

    Thanks for addressing many of the concerns I have about the course. I’m looking forward to the Teleseminar tomorrow…

  2. Linda Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 2:19 pm

    Regarding where to get supplements… as you advise, the local health food store has been a good resource for me. It’s fun to watch their expressions when I explain that I’m ordering it to give to my cats! From what they tell me, they are getting more and more inquiries about homeopathic remedies from pet owners…

  3. kathi Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 2:25 pm

    I am so excited I can hardly wait.

  4. Pat Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 2:44 pm

    I wish I’d had this course earlier when my doggie was a puppy. He did have panosteoitis and if I had known it was a possibility, I would have been so much more prepared. As it was, the vet thought he may have had tick bite (and did mentioned panosteoitis) because he came from the east coast as a puppy (we live in Seattle). So they wanted to do all kinds of tests. He did improve right away with a steroid and short course of anti inflammatory. But that was a scary morning when he couldn’t move and was in terrible pain at 5 months. I thought he was paralyzed.

    I have used Dr. Jones advice on all kinds of things now; ears, eye gunk and conjunctivitis and diarrhea homeopathic. It really works. Thank you.

  5. Marjan Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 4:25 pm

    Wow, version 2.0 really does seem quite thorough. I have the original study course and I’ve found it to be useful. Adding the DVDs to illustrate the various techniques of accupressure and showing how to conduct the physical exams will definitely be helpful, as I tend to learn better by watching how its done rather than reading about it. Definitely looking forward to the teleseminar.
    Thank you.

  6. Christine Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 4:43 pm

    thanks for putting together all these useful information! i look forward to your seminar tomorrow!

  7. Leslie Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 5:05 pm

    Thank you for sharing so much information on alternatives for the health of our pets!

  8. Cora Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 5:09 pm

    Just finished listening to today’s information. Am so confused about both topics, vaccinations and feeding. Have been doing a bit of research on both, as well as speaking with the vet that I originally chose and the one that will be getting my business shortly.

    Also would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the daily tidbits of info. Am looking forward to the seminar tomorrow.

  9. Esther Broude Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 5:39 pm

    Thank you, Dr. Jones for today’s 2 videos. They include information that I was really missing, especially sources for natural and herbal remedies.
    I am looking forward to tomorrow’s teleseminar.

  10. Chrystal Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 5:56 pm

    Hello Dr.Jones, its great to see the next two amazing video’s you have made, I’ve watched the first two, there were wonderful! I love how it has so much information for people of all walks of life to understand and learn from to help there beloved pets. It makes me happy for the people who truely want the best for there pets and want them to be healthy to live a long and happy life are all here. I know for sure I am one of them all the way, its so expensive here with only one vet clinic here. So not much of a choice in this town. Which makes me kind of sad, which I am hoping to get this course so I can help my pets and help other people’s as well. I want to help out in other areas in the dog world, have to go else where for that, but this would be great tools to have if I had your course and can keep it with me for the rest of my life. When I was little girl I wanted to be a dog catcher to save dogs off the streets and help them get adopted and if they were to be put down I would then sneak them home to live with me to save them once more. I am glad I came across you and all the information you given me so far, I hope to learn even more from you as well. I to am really feeling the money crunch, so I pray for some good luck my way. I love how you have a great speaking voice thats easy and good to listen to. I know people like me can learn easyly and pay much attention to your voice with all the dog information we all should know for the well being of all our pets. I’d like to say thank you for all you have done. I look forward to the Teleseminar, I wouldnt miss it for the world. Have a great day/night. Stay safe, take care!

  11. Carlos Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 5:58 pm

    There is so much information, fortunately where I buy my pet food in NYC they are similr in thought to your ideas. It’s nice to have reinforcement when most veterinarians are of a different opinion.
    i look forward to your teleseminar.

  12. Lynn Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 5:58 pm

    Just watched #3 & #4 videos. Thanks for including links to homeopathy herbal and supplements. “See” you at the seminar
    tomorrow 🙂

    Lynn

  13. Cheryl Wrona Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 6:09 pm

    I think the best thing is looking at peoples faces when my cart is full of ground turkey (on sale) and the bags of frozen veggies and I say how it is for my cats. People give you the funniest looks. My sickest cats have had shots. The ferals are the healthiest and happy indoor cats now. The time that Dr. Jones has spent makes me wonder when he sleeps. He is obviously a true animal lover. Thank you for all you have given us to better help our furballs 🙂

    A couple other good site for homeopathic remedies are http://homeopathyworks.com/ , http://www.1800homeopathy.com/ ,
    http://www.mountainroseherbs.com for organic herbs.

  14. Alexandra R Krebs Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 6:16 pm

    I also appreciate the web links – I have just started feeding my “kids” (2 very active Springer Spaniels) home made -I will never go back to commercial!

  15. Karla Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 6:52 pm

    I am so excited to study with you, my goal is to not only help my own pets, but also my clients, to open the owners eyes as to that there is so much more out there than what their conventional vets are telling them.

  16. Linda Parks Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 6:55 pm

    Just watched videos 3 and 4 and I am very excited about Thurday evening seminar. Can’t wait to hear more on the RAW feeding and about your schedule for vaccines. Thanks

  17. Karla Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 6:56 pm

    I’m not sure that my last comment went through, my whole point was that I’m anxious to be able to educate my clients owners to this world you are opening up to us.

  18. sally Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 6:57 pm

    Thanks for giving us your incite on website of where to purchase alternative remedies, protocol for vaccinations and food issue. I look so forward to learning more from you at tomorrow’s teleconference. Please continue e-mailing your videos and letting the public know about your expertise. Thanks again for caring about the predicament pet guardians are faced with Dr. Jones!

  19. Diane Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 7:06 pm

    I am looking forward to the seminar tomorrow!

  20. Sandra M. Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 7:14 pm

    I appreciate the links to sites to purchase natural medicines for my cats. I am looking forward to watching the seminar tomorrow. I stopped giving my cats shots 2 years ago after reading literature you had written about how bad excessive vaccinations are.

    Thank you for all of your great advice and information!

  21. Sue Rutkowski Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 7:17 pm

    I have had several dogs with auto-immune diseases (AIHA and Cushings) and finally resorted to a holistic veterinarian when conventional treatments seemed to make my dogs worse. I have seen the improvements of feeding raw and using herbs and supplements. It didn’t cure the disease but gave them a better quality of life. I am so excited to learn more…

  22. Jill Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 7:37 pm

    I can hardly wait for the teleseminar. Your advice is great. I have a 10 year old jack russell who has formed urate stones twice(and two bladder surgeries for these) and then xanthine stones twice(small enough to urohydropropulse both times) so I am feeding him a prescription diet. We are off the allopurinol now, and I would love to have some supplements he could use to help his diet.And your natural list would be helpful. The new updated course seems very thorough. Thank you for all the help.

  23. Yvette Eastman Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 8:10 pm

    Thank you, Dr. Jones, for your 2 videos providing needed information for herbs, homeopathics and essetial oils. I also use Bach flower essences and Rescue remedy is often used for bee stings, or injuries, fears and more. They are available ant any health food store. I have your first homestudy program. I refer to it constantly because as a Pawspoint teacher and practitioner I am often called to answer questions. I answer from your book, and give your name and contact information to many people.I so appreciate your generosity as you dispense valuable information to help our animal companions. I also value the work you are doing in your own rescue work. I think that in your own way you are our BC “dog whisperer”. I do want to know if we, who have had your first program will receive a discount when buying the 2.0 program. Winning one of the 3 gift programs will benefit me, of course, but also the person who receives my older version. I would probably give that to one of the wonderful rescue groups in the lower mainland. Keep up your wonderful work – I love every minute of it and read your newsletters avidly.

  24. Becky H Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    Well, I’m excited about this. As someone that fosters and rescues cats a course like this would be very worthwhile.

  25. samantha Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 8:37 pm

    i am excited about the course tommorrow.I am learning a lot from u already and just getting more interested per email.

    very interested in the vaccine issues.and home therepy feeding.

    Hear ya tommorrow,
    have a great day.
    samantha

  26. Terry Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 9:16 pm

    Living in a small town I often wondered where I could purchase herbal remedies for my basset hound. Thank you for naming some websites and for tomorrow’s seminar.

  27. Jeanne Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 9:35 pm

    Thank you very much, really looking forward to tomorrows web seminar,
    Thanks

  28. Kerensa Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 9:53 pm

    I am excited to hear the seminar tomorrow! As is my dog. 🙂

  29. Anitra Pickett Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 9:57 pm

    I’ve been wondering and looking forward to getting a list of where to buy some of the herbs & homopathic meds online – thanks so much for providing this! I hope I can find it in a printable list somewhere too? Look forward to the seminar tomorrow Dr. Jones – thanks again!

  30. Kris Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 10:02 pm

    Very interesting and well presented material. I would love to win the course and am excited about the teleseminar. Thanks.

  31. Ron Mangum Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 10:32 pm

    Thanks again – Looking forward to your seminar tommorow and your new course.

  32. Michelle Gurley Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 10:36 pm

    I feel great relief and empowerment knowing that I can give vaccines less frequently. I have been doing the best I could on my own to decide how infrequently to vaccinate and which ones. I can’t wait to see the material in the home study course, it is my goal to own this and use it for my animal companions and those of family and friends.
    This information is really liberating!
    I have had good success using remedies from the VSR ebook I purchased a few months ago.
    Thanks for this work!
    Sincerely,
    Michelle Gurley

  33. Barbara Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 10:46 pm

    I am looking forward to the teleseminar tomorrow..the short programs have whet my appetite for more information. I use herbs and homeopathics for myself and am pleased to find I can for my pets as well. It is considerate of you to make the information affordable and to payments an option. Did I understand that only 300 are made available? I am ditzy…but do i understand it right? Are they real dvds played with a tv? And a real book? Or is it all only used in a computer? Or is it both? I am very computer illiterate…my 4 yr old grandson puts me to shame..so, once the 300 are sold this material will not be available in the future?
    Since I am financially limited due to unemployment I wanted to understand all the possibilites.I am thankful for your willingness to share the knowlege you have to empower pet owners to make healthy decisions for their “kids”.

  34. Christine Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 10:49 pm

    I just found your website a week ago and I am beyond thrilled. As soon as I am able I will purchase this course. I am an animal rescuer, pet owner and animal righs activist. The health and well being of pets is my number one concern.

    This course will be invalubale to me as I have two cats one that has chronic lower urinary tract problems and has alread has one surgery. I spend so much time researching nutrition and supplements. I also talk to people every day that have health issues and challenges with their pets.
    I am also starting a website for pet owners with the mission of helping to keep pets out of shelters and helping pet owners be more responsible. The information that you provide will also halp people be able to keep their pets for life!!! Thank you for creating this site
    and your course.

  35. Christine Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 10:53 pm

    I just found your website a week ago and I am beyond thrilled. As soon as I am able I will purchase this course. I am an individual animal rescuer that networks redlisted shelter pets with rescue groups, pet owner and animal righs activist. The health and well being of pets is my number one concern.

    This course will be invalubale to me as I have two cats one that has chronic lower urinary tract problems and has already had one surgery.

    I spend so much time researching nutrition and supplements. I also talk to people every day that have health issues and challenges with their pets.
    I am starting a website for pet owners with the mission of helping pets stay out of shelters and helping pet owners be more responsible. The information that you provide will also help pet owners keep their pets for life as well as extend their lives!!! Thank you for creating this site
    and your course.

  36. Barbara Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 11:03 pm

    I am lookim forward to the seminar tomorrow as I’m always feeling that the vets are pushing more on me than is needed. Your course sounds like it will give me the tools to help keep my young dog healthier longer. I wish I had known about your course when my previous dog was extremely ill with tumours on both kidneys. We may not have made some of the mistakes I now know we made, and not relied on the vetrenarian quite so much. If I knew about your course maybe we could have had her for a while longer than the 4 1/2 years we did. However she is what started me on the research path, and looking for natural and less harsh options, which my current dog benefits from, and hopefully we will to in that she lives a long and healthy life, as playful, active and happy as she is now. Not to mention spoilt with the holistic foods, and home made cookies! Thanks Dr. Jones

  37. Barbara Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 11:05 pm

    I am looking forward to the seminar tomorrow as I’m always feeling that the vets are pushing more on me than is needed. Your course sounds like it will give me the tools to help keep my young dog healthier longer. I wish I had known about your course when my previous dog was extremely ill with tumours on both kidneys. We may not have made some of the mistakes I now know we made, and not relied on the vetrenarian quite so much. If I knew about your course maybe we could have had her for a while longer than the 4 1/2 years we did. However she is what started me on the research path, and looking for natural and less harsh options, which my current dog benefits from, and hopefully we will too in that she lives a long and healthy life, as playful, active and happy as she is now. Not to mention spoilt with the holistic foods, and home made cookies and treats! Thanks Dr. Jones

  38. Susan Taylor Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 11:13 pm

    I am so ecited about the seminar tomorrow evening. My little Boston Terrier didn’t live long enough to develop cancer, or any other disease, for that matter. She died in my arms 5 months ago, while I was rushing her to the nearby pet hospital emergency. She was choking on a treat. There were two trainers right there in the facility where we were attending an agility class, and neither of them knew what to do. This will never happen to a doggie of mine, nor to anyone else’s pet in my presence – thanks to you, Dr. Andrew. But I have had a taste of so much more that I need to know – about food, vaccines, etc. It’s exciting, and will be even more exciting when I get another Boston partner around the end of June.

  39. jo ann Says:
    April 29th, 2009 at 11:24 pm

    Thanks for giving the specific sites to look for homeopathics, etc.!
    Money hungry, greedy people are ALWAYS looking to tear down the benevolent,altruistic few. Hang in there and fight the good fight (but don’t lose your license)
    Praying that I win for Dexter (my 8 month old Cairn Terrier)

  40. John Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 12:23 am

    My wife and I are very interested in your course. We operate a pet sitting business and of course have pets of our own. We have been researching about foods and vaccinations over the past three months. There is so much conflicting information out there. It will be nice to here more about these subjects. Looking forward to your seminar on Thursday. Thank You Dr. Jones.

  41. Dorene Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 12:40 am

    Thank you for the great videos. I am anxiously awaiting your seminar to get the answers to these questions. I enjoy your newsletters very much

  42. David G Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 1:16 am

    I’m looking forward to the teleseminar. I’m wondering, will the new course give advice on dealing with vets who will be unconfortable with clients doing any form of home diagnostics? It was years before my vet accepted I wasn’t killing my dogs with a home cooked diet when in fact their health had improved greatly. Still I have a good relationship with her but don’t want her to think I’m trying to second guess her. I hope you address this because I think it’s important that your vet is your partner in your pet’s health. Thanks

  43. Eileen Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 1:32 am

    I am interested in your course because I own a pet care business. I would like to incorporate some aspects of your course, such as pet first aid into my training that I make available to the pet sitters.

  44. Karen McCauley Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 1:39 am

    Looking forward to your teleseminar. In the meantime, I was wondering if you have any information on what to do about food aversion and is that info available right now in any format? My 7 yo dog has advanced lymphoma. He’s been on a raw food diet for 5 months now. We saw big improvement for the first several months (acting like a pup again), but in the last 2 weeks he won’t eat anything we give him. The only thing I’ve been able to get down him in the last 2 days have been commercial, very unhealthy cat treats (and some cooked chicken a few minutes ago). I’m afraid he may be in more pain now because he trembles a lot. He is a very stoic dog (hunting Brittany) so it’s hard to tell. I’ve been giving astragulus and willow bark for pain, but doesn’t seem to help anymore. Does your previous course cover any of this so I don’t have to wait for the new version to be released? Thanks!

  45. Su Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 1:56 am

    Dr Jones

    You are one of the few vets who revealed the side effects of over vaccination and show us what we can do.

    You are also the first vet I know that disclosed that not all veterinary approved food are healthy foods for our pets.

    Please continue in your effort to educate us to become empowered pet guardians.

    Best to your Home Study launch!

  46. Shelly Hawley-Yan Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 6:06 am

    Thank you for putting this information out there. A lot of dogs and cats will thank you!

  47. Teri Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 7:01 am

    Hi Dr Jones- I was watching the massage tape Yesterday.Thank you!) We think that Lewis is drugged by the way. That dog is like a rubber chicken.
    So I got to thinking-do you ever use a doggy chiropractic? Do regular vets?Are there vets that are chiropractors? Do they fight with the regular vets or does everybody get along? (I feel like I am in a animal care turf war)
    Last fall Daisy got her tail rolled up in a friends car window for about 2 seconds- right up by the root and she is slowly starting to walk a little wonky and act like it hurts. Like pancreatitis isn’t enough. It just started a few weeks ago and has been very subtle up to just recently- but I can tell that it is going to be an issue. I probably need to take her in and that just makes my HEAD HURT. I don’t trust anyone anymore. The closest holistic vet I found is 70 miles away and makes my vet’s prices seem modest. I called today and I can’t get in and out of there for less than $250 and it is $90 for a simple office visit after that. I don’t even know what she does- they wouldn’t tell me. I have to drive out there for a consult to find out.They were very hush hush and I swear I smelled incense burning. For crying out loud. I want a regular vet who also uses complimentary medicine. I don’t need them to channel Joan of Arc or read Daisy’s aura. This place is in Napa so that might have something to do with it.I wanted to poke someone in the eye. Dont forget to post a list of practitioners ok? We need good medicine- not hype.I can’t be the only one out here feeling this way.
    The vets used to adjust the goats and horses on the farms when I was a kid- but i don’t know if it was actually chiropractic or if it was just something they did for large animals. So I know it isn’t that far into outer space. I don’t think. I was a kid and a big guy wrung the goat’s neck and it was not stuck sideways anymore. That stuff sticks in a 10 year old’s head.
    It makes perfect sense to me. Crack my back first before you decide I’m crippled or that I need surgery. (I have a good chiro –no nonsense. Maybe he does dogs?) I don’t know it that works.
    I have Daisies pancreatits humming on the back burner which is good news- thanks mostly to you Dr. Jones- it is quietly sleeping but she is like someone’s Aunt Sofie who’s gallbladder is always acting up- she will probably always be fragile. I keep adopting adult dogs and they all develop something horrible and die in 3-4 years -leaving me with a broken heart and lots of bills.And then I go get another middle aged dog with an unknown history. I have had 3 dogs in 15 years that I got when they were around 7-8 – all between 20-30 pounds. One got Cushing’s with denegerative arthritis, another Diabetes/Heartfailure/ Arithritis, and one had Kidney failure.I hate to think about what we put those dogs through and I would do it differently if I had it to do again.

    And then came- Daisy!With pancreatitis and now her back hurts.
    Dr. Jones-
    I am in my 50’s and I want a long term relationship with a dog dammit. I had a dog for 21 years- he died when I was 35. I keep hoping I am going to get a middle aged healthy dog that will just live another 8-9 years with me.
    These poor dogs.
    Is it the vax and the food and the preservatives and meds- or do they just not make dogs the way they used to?

    I am so looking forward to the teleseminar.
    I would still like to win the course by the way. But here are some amazing people posting here- and I would have a hard time choosing only three of them.

    You have some quality fans Dr. Jones.
    Keep your feet on the ground and don’t let it go to your head. We really don’t want to see you on a cheesy late night infomercial next year- with the magic foot inserts, the wrinkle removers and the exercise machines. Keep it real for us. We are depending on you.Hopefully there will be more and more doctors jumping on the common sense bandwagon. It takes a lot of guts to swim against the current.
    All the best- Teri (and Joan and Joyce)

  48. Melody Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 9:26 am

    Very good information. I have been a user of homeopathic medications for many years but it is good to find out what and how much to give as well as where to find the supplies. Thank you!

  49. Judith Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 9:31 am

    Thank you for all your tips, suggestions and homeopathic remedies. I try very hard to heal my 2 Newfies ‘homeopathically’ before resorting to ‘conventional’ medicines. I have saved ALL your treatment messages and hope to make a journal of them to use as a reference whenever necessary. I would LOVE to win this course as I will never in a million years be able to afford it. Thanks for everything and am really looking forward to the web seminar tonight.

  50. Rick Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 9:32 am

    I am looking forward to the teleseminar!

  51. Lauren Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 9:33 am

    Thank you for informing us further, on what will be covered in your teleseminar. I recently lost all three of my pups (2 to cancer). And althought they lived to a ripe old age of 18, 17 and 13 it’s my hope that I can bring my present and future pups, kitties an even better life(both quality & quantity).

    Kindly,
    Lauren

  52. Robin Keller Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 9:33 am

    Again thank you for all your advice and I am very anxious to learn all that you have mentioned and am looking forward to the Teleseminar tonight.

  53. Fabiola Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 9:34 am

    Very helpful to know where to buy online natural stuff for my pets. I hope you develop your cat food formula soon. Thanks for all the information

  54. mel cyba Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 9:48 am

    thank you dr. jones for sharing your knowledge with us. among other things, i’m very interested in learning about vaccinations (what, when, and how often?). my gsd is 2 now (i’ve had her for 1 year) … she is ‘up to date’ (whatever that means) with her shots, however i do not favor giving her anything else passed her 2 years worth of innocs …. i value your opinion and experience to help guide me to the right decision for her. …. looking forward to the seminar.

  55. Liz Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 9:49 am

    Thank you for addressing concerns on vaccines. I am looking forward to the teleseminar tonight. I hope to get some very good information for my pitbull and shih tzu dogs I have.

  56. Julie Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 9:51 am

    Wow! More great information! I am looking forward to the teleseminar as an opportunity to learn more that will benefit my holistic treatments of my pets! Thanks, Dr Jones!

  57. Tom Baber Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 9:53 am

    All pet owners should be watching these videos and the thurs night’s teleseminar. We all love our pets and would do most anything for their health and welfare. Cant’ wait to learn more.

  58. Jean Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 9:55 am

    Thank you for these informative videos. We appreciate what you are doing for the benefit of our companions. Looking forward to the seminar to-nite.

  59. Shirley McKelvey Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 9:58 am

    Dr. Jones,

    I am so excited that you are going to have another teleseminar. They are so informative. I have 5 Yorkies and have used your advice and information many times. I share your emails with my friends that have dogs and cats. I want to thank you for your information that you give to us even though it gets you in trouble with the veterinarian association. My dogs are a member of our family and we love them so much and want them to live a long healthy life.

    Shirley

  60. Carol Johnston Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 10:33 am

    My dogs (and our rescues & fosters) have benefited greatly from your first course. I would LOVE to upgrade to the more comprehensive course, but being seniors with chronic health problems of our own, and spending every last cent on our dog rescue, I am doubtful I will be able to afford it.

    There are people who just sit and watch the world go by and then there are people like you, Andrew, who do something to make it a better place.

    Congratulations on the work you do!

    Carol Johnston
    Kichener, Ontario

  61. Gloria Armistead Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 10:50 am

    I am really looking forward to the teleseminar as my small dog should not have to have many vaccinations since she is so little. My only concern is when traveling (which we do ) most places we stay require up to date papers..how do I deal with that?
    Gloria Armistead

  62. Midge Burton Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 11:00 am

    Hi Dr. Jones,

    I just watched videos 3&4, and I can’t get over how totally complete this course is! I would venture a guess, and say that ANYTHING and EVERYTHING you need to know about your pet’s health is in this course somewhere!

    I will be at the webinar to hear more about your course and more of the useful information you share. Thank you for the GREAT JOB on this course!

  63. Chrystal Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 11:01 am

    Hello Dr.Jones, I never really told you about my dog I own, My dog is turning 7, I want him to be as healthy and live as long as he can, I am worried since I have him booster needles all dogs get/need according to the vets here, I really am praying and hoping I win the course, he means the world to me, I don’t know what I would do without him. He is what keeps me going, he was a true gift from God in my eyes, he’s my precious. I plan on saving some shelter dogs, when I am able to have the money means, need to find a new job.

    I want to be able to learn everything from you Dr.Jones and help all the pets I can, and help and touch people’s lives and make a big differents to animal kind and for there owners too. Have a great day, I can’t wait for later today to call in and listen to you, learn so much!

  64. Chrystal Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 11:19 am

    p.s I mean seven years old.
    Sorry for the double post.

  65. Cindy Hopper Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 11:31 am

    Can’t wait for the seminar!

  66. Jean McKinney Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 11:33 am

    Hi Dr. Jones,

    Thanks for all of your fantastic information. I really appreciate your commitment to the welfare of our pets.

    I look forward to the teleseminar!

    Jean

  67. Stacy Lowe Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 11:33 am

    Just watched videos 3 & 4. More good info. Looking forward to the seminar.

    Stacy

  68. Mary C Hall Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 11:35 am

    Thank you for these videos too, Dr. Andrew…I wrote down all the homeopathic sites you gave, and I will be looking forward to finding out about vaccinations on the videos. Praises to you for stepping “out of the box” re animal health, and educating pet owners to be able to keep our pets healthy and know how to quickly handle emergencies!

  69. Helen Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 11:44 am

    Thank you, Dr. Jones! I especially appreciate the website information for obtaining safe homeopathic treatments. And, I’m really interested in hearing more about feeding a raw diet. My big question is this though: if I can get my Vet to go along with reduced vaccination frequencies for my furry canine friends, how do I get the kennel to accept this when I need to board my guys? Thank you!

  70. Adriana Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 11:51 am

    Dr. Jones! I wish there was such a course for human treatment. Again I can’t thank you enough for providing this knowledge for better treatment of our beloved family members, our pets.

  71. Becky Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 11:58 am

    After watching all 4 videos it is more than apparent that your course has (in my opinion) more informations than what it taught in some Vterinary courses and most Vet Tech courses. I look forward to the seminar to hear more of your information on how best to keep our pets with us longer and have them healthier. It only seems natural that while people are striving for better and healthier lifestyles for themselves, that we now also have the information available to have that same kind of lifestyle for our pets. Thank you!!

  72. Leah Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 12:10 pm

    I watched the podcast last night and I am looking forward to the seminar tonight. I am excited to learn all I can to treat my pets at home and not run to the vet for unneccesary illnesses. I had my girl in last monday because I thought she was choking or having an anafalactic attack. The vet seems to think she had kennal cough and I treated her at home with Silver, she is fine and has not had a coughing fit since.

  73. Carole Bernhardt Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 12:15 pm

    I have real concerns over vaccinations and have had two dogs with severe reactions after getting them. My current dog went from a very healthy little guy to now being allergic to everything after getting a rabies vaccine. I could use some professional advice, as it’s mandatory for a license and I don’t want to chance it again.

    Am looking forward to your teleseminar tonight.

    Carole

  74. Lisa Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 12:39 pm

    Thanks Dr. Andrew Jones you have been an amazing help. The only question I have that is a bit sit track is what can you tells us about the swine flu? Can my dog get this? How can I prevent it?
    Thanks a million!
    Lisa.

  75. Christine Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 1:03 pm

    Thank you, Dr. Jones (and Michael, the web guru) for the information you share with others. I believe natural is better, and try to educate others in the same. I tell people – in almost all cases – they shouldn’t feed their pets any processed dog/cat they can buy at a grocery store. (I feed raw and high end kibble.) And I also tell them about your course/site as they can learn even more.

    I am a huge believer that education never ends.

    I do pet rescue, train dogs using positive methods (clicker training) and have just started a job at an animal shelter.

    Christine

  76. Ellen Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 1:16 pm

    Thankyou so much for having a live presentation. It helps a lot to actually hear some of the items from the course articulated. My question is, have you considered doing an ‘update’ for those of us that already have the home study course? What a help that woul be to those who are on a very tight budget!

  77. Diane Milinowski Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 1:28 pm

    I am looking forward to the seminar today. I read all of your emails and hope to be able to join the inner circle as soon as finances permits. Thanks.
    Diane

  78. Barb R. Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 1:51 pm

    I probably can’t afford this, but I do enjoy listening to you. I know it is expensive to make a product like this. It would be really nice if you had separate courses for either a dog or a cat as they are totally 2 different animals. I only have dogs so I would not be much interested in the information for cats. Look forward to the webinar-seminar.

  79. Lori Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 2:04 pm

    Okay, watched 2 and 4. Excellent info. Am already on high-end kibble, and want to start adding more regular and/or raw food, though anytime they get some they have diarrhea the next day. I guess it takes experimentation to see what their tummies can handle, or maybe it’s the changeover from the kibble. I fed my puppy raw for a few months and she did well, but it was wildly inconvenient when we traveled so I stopped. Anyway, don’t mean to ramble. Thank you again for your generosity in sharing your information–I’m sure this can only enhance your clientele at the clinic, and you’re only seeing people (well, more and more, hopefully) who really need you. :0) Blessings to you and yours.

    Lori, Sweet Pea, Daisy and Nutmeg

  80. Vicki Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 2:27 pm

    I look forward to your seminar this evening. Your e-mails are always informative and helpful. I will join the inner circle and purchase products as soon as my finances permit. Thanks again for all your wonderful, free insight into our pets. We have a Beautiful Sable German Shepherd Dog with allergies and like you said we figured out his allergies by keeping a log of foods he ate and the ingredients thereby concluding he is allergic to wheat, corn, color additives, smoke flavoring etc. When we took him to the vet he was only given steroids which we do not like so we put his health and well being into our own hands and he is much happier and itch free/hot spot free now. Thanks for the confirmation that we were doing the right things for him. Thanks again

  81. Ivan Johnson Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 2:53 pm

    So glad I found your site! I knew that grapes were not good for a dog (in a vineyard near here, a dog died from eating these); but I didn’t know about macadamia nuts! A neighbour has a large tree, and my pet kelpie (Australian cattle dog) has a penchant for these. Luckily, I’ve only fed her a few at a time, but no more!
    Somebody told me marshmallow powder and slippery elm are good for a dog’s digestion and I put this in her food; but should I be doing this? I’m sure the answer would be in your new course. Cheers from Down Under.

  82. Jeanne Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 3:05 pm

    Thank you for you enlightening emails, am really looking forward to the seminar.
    Thanks for everything you do for all the animals 🙂

  83. Michelle Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 3:36 pm

    I’m looking forward to the teleminar. Thank you so much for your time and efforts into providing this information!

  84. Mary A. Greis Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 3:38 pm

    This Teleseminar and your course sounds like all the information I’ve needed for a long overdue time now. Even with having animals all my life, I feel like a novice. I’ve looking forward to your seminar today, and my friend and I will share listening to it together. I’m concerned that San Mateo County requires each pet (felines,dogs)must have a Rabies shot every 3-yrs. which might be too often especially since mine are all indoors always. This is required for getting a required license, and one feline is 10+ yrs. Hope to find out what to do Dr. Jones? Anyway I’m very interested in all your information.
    Also, I had my feline die from cancer because chemotherapy didn’t work and was terminated. And with a tendency toward kidney failure there wasn’t any other therapy to try noted by the Vet, so I’m also interested in your Cancer knowledge and food recommendations. Thanks much.

  85. Christina Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 3:58 pm

    Thank you for the links to some of the suppliers of herbal, etc. remedies. I have tried locally for some things and had no luck.
    It sounds like Version 2.0 has a lot of the answers to questions that I have about vaccines and diet.
    Looking forward to tonights seminar.

  86. Trond Borg Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 4:02 pm

    Thank you so much – my wife and I really enjoy all your material, and our cat really seems to benefit from your natural supplements and we also switched over to natural pinewood catlitter as you suggested. Our cat used to wheeze alot, but after simply switching the catlitter as you suggested, he is now breathing perfectly! Thanks again!

  87. Diane Louie Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 4:07 pm

    I look forward to your teleseminar this evening. I am a homeopath and often use homeopathic remedies on my pets. I also volunteer at a local cat shelter and often give Rx to those cats as well. I appreciate that you are willing to share your holistic knowledge with pet owners. In my experience, it is very difficult to find a vet that believes in holistic health and uses alternative medicine. So I think it is wonderful that you can empower pet owners to treat their own pets in a holistic way. Do you have a section on behavior and emotional problems in pets?

  88. Maureen Loney Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 4:11 pm

    I am very much looking forward to the seminar today. My cats are all seniors who were given vaccines regularly every year. I stopped vaccinating them almost eight years ago, except for rabies, every three years. They are all indoor only cats. I have one former feral who is now 14 and only received his initial baby vaccines and boosters (as he was always indoor and too much of handful for most vets, some would not take hm as a patient) and he has never been sick a day in his life. I live in an area where there are a lot of barn cats who are living to be 18, 19 and have never been vaccinated. Makes you wonder. I know the drug companies are getting rich but pet owners need to be better informed. There is a great need for veterinarians like yourself to inform people of the better choices they can make for their pets to enable them to live longer and healthier lives. I wish I had discovered alternatives many years ago as I have been through many expensive and stressful illness with my cats over the years.

    My veterinarian of almost 14 years (I travel 3 hours to see him when necessary) is an excellent veterinarian and a great human being but is still somewhat reluctant to get into the more natural treatments although he has changed his thinking on vaccines and now uses neutraceuticals. I will keep working on him. At least he doesn’t go ballastic now as he did a few years ago when I threw some of this stuff at him.

    Many thanks for all you are doing.

  89. Todd Robichaud Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 4:19 pm

    I love all your newsletters and downloads. The only problem I have is trying to distinguish the different procedures you do on your “large” dog, comparing to my “little 8 pound puppy”. Also trying to distinguish different procedures between breeds; A Rottweiller compared to my little Cavalier King Charles puppy.
    I’m looking forward to the seminar this evening, especially on the subjects of Heartworm Alternatives and NATURAL Flea and Tick Prevention.

  90. Lisa Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 4:29 pm

    I am interested in hearing how to pull together a raw meal diet for my pet. Currently, I have a 7-month old pup. When I transitioned him to eating raw (commerical made – Darwin’s) his energy sky rocketed and his hair became shiny and soft in no time.

    Diet is a huge factor in his long-term health and I would like to learn to do this on my own and save on the feeding. This is being supplemented to his kibble dog food, Blue Buffalo.

  91. Betty Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 4:38 pm

    Hi Dr. Jones;
    I am looking forward to the teleseminar! I have several questions about cat care; I have four cats, and some unique problems/concerns. I hope you can help!!
    Betty

  92. tammy tomlinson Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 4:43 pm

    LOOKING FORWARD TO THE SEMINAR, THANKS SO MUCH

  93. Rebecca Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 4:55 pm

    I’m looking forward to the teleseminar tonight. Thanks for taking the time to educate us in holistic pet care so that we can have healthier pets.

  94. Cindy Florczyk Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 5:32 pm

    I just watched video 3 and 4. It’s great that you have included on where to buy herbs, homeopathic medicine and aromatherapy products. It is always nice to have more place to choose from when buying these products. I really liked video 4. There is so much information on dog food that it is hard to sort it all out. I like the info on raw food and the info on the vaccines was great. Great for people who are getting a puppy. Thanks again for the great videos.

  95. Cindy Florczyk Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 5:37 pm

    I did post a comment on videos 1 and 2 but it did not show up. I really liked them and it can save a lot of money and in some cases your pet would get better care than going to the vet. I love that there is a section on matching diagnosis with possible diseases. Thanks.

  96. Bonnie Cipollone Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 7:00 pm

    Interester information. Does this work in combination care of a traditional vet?

  97. Marcia Harrison Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 7:27 pm

    I am very excited about the seminar tonight. I am the owner of a mobile grooming van, and for two years have tried to make all of my clients as “healthy” as their parents will allow. The number one enemy for dogs is the bad food they eat. All of my dogs eat raw and have done so for four years. They are all very healthy and very happy. And, now that they are 6.5 years old, I only titer for vaccinations. Can’t wait for tonight.

  98. Sharon Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 7:48 pm

    I am so ready for this info. Will be there tonight. Thanks for making it available.

  99. Margaret Says:
    April 30th, 2009 at 7:58 pm

    Ok..try this again..lol…I cant seem to post..
    I want to Thank You for all information that you provide! We are a volunteer puppy raiser family for The Lions Foundation Dog Guides of Canada, future service/working dogs. As well as adopting 2 of our former foster puppies (one retired after working 3 mths..lol..the other because of gr2 hip dysplasia) plus adopting the sister of another foster who is now working as a Canine Vision dog in Nova Scotia! So..our house is busy with 4 labs all 3 yrs of age and under! I can not tell how much your information is appreciated. I do hope I can eventually save enough to purchase your VSR. The videos were very informative. We are trying to make our dogs lives as holistic as possible…in everyway..food, treats and health care. Looking forward to tonights session! A hudge fan in Peterborough, Ont!!



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