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Veterinary Secrets Revealed 2.1 Course Giveaway Contest

By Dr. Andrew Jones

 

Veterinary Secrets Revealed Home Study Course 2.1

Course Giveaway Contest

We are giving away one Veterinary Secrets Revealed Home Study Multimedia Course 2.1

The course is VERY large – and EXTREMELY VALUABLE!

RULES FOR THE CONTEST:

  1. Watch the following Frequently Asked Questions Videos
  2. Leave a comment below the 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. Sign up for and Attend the Teleseminar this Thursday, November 19th

If you’ve not signed up for the Teleseminar, click here now!

We will announce the lucky winner the DAY AFTER the Teleseminar – so be sure to attend!

Below are 4 videos…

Questions & Concerns – Episode 1


Questions & Concerns – Episode 2


Questions & Concerns – Episode 3


Questions & Concerns – Episode 4


Remember leave your comments below (just click the link ‘Comments’), and sign up for the teleseminar here:

Veterinary Secrets Teleseminar

Good Luck!

Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM

support@fourpawsonlineltd.com
http://www.veterinarysecretsrevealed.com

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128 Responses to “Veterinary Secrets Revealed 2.1 Course Giveaway Contest”


  1. Avatar Cindy Maresca Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 11:24 am

    FANTASTIC! The information and videos are so essential. My dog is my family and to have the means to examine him in my own home with confidence is extremely important to me. I have used some of the massage techniques on my dog and it was very beneficial.
    You ROCK Dr. Jones!! Keep up the good work!

  2. Avatar Liz Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 11:34 am

    I have downloaded the different reports you have made available and I just love them. I have two pit bulls and a shih tzu. My female pit and my shih tzu have allergies so I especially like the information you have provided on that. Thank you. Being a single income house hold, things are very tight so I am looking forward to your phone seminar and the chance to win your new course. Thanks again for all you do.

  3. Avatar Liz Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 11:36 am

    I am very excited and hopeful about the chance to win your new 2.1 vet course. I so need it.

  4. Avatar Cami Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 11:55 am

    I had no idea how BAD most dog foods were until finding your website. Our girl (lab./pit & ?? mix) is almost 10 years old. I’m ashamed to say I used to feed her Pedigree (for lack of knowing better) – we’re now feeding Nutro Ultra mixed with Blue Buffalo. Before we switched her food, she gave us a big scare. We came home from church to find piles of vomit all through the house. She got worse during the night & couldn’t even keep water down. This is when I found your website trying to find something to help her. Went to the vet first thing Monday morning. They couldn’t find anything & gave her a shot for the nausea. She didn’t get sick anymore, but for 3 days I thought she was a gonner. She’s better now, but not the same as she was. Thank you for showing me what should & should NOT be in dog food.

  5. Avatar Cami Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 12:05 pm

    I would love to win this course. Thanks to a scholarship, I’m currently enrolled in 3 programs – dog obedience training, shelter dog training, and vet. assistant. After completing these I want to help rescue organizations & shelters (volunteer). This course would allow me to help even more.

  6. Avatar Robin Fuhrman Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 12:26 pm

    Hello, I hope I’m not posting twice. I tried once and then lost it. I was commenting on how much your e-mails are appreciated. I agree wholeheartedly with you about the causes of our pets’ declining health. I think this applies also to us, their parents. Anyone that has pets would benefit greatly from the wealth of information that your course offers. Perhaps some sucess stories will help change the minds of some of the traditional vets. Keep up the good fight!

  7. Avatar cherie Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 1:12 pm

    I am very excited about the new seminar as well as the new study course. I have watched all the videos posted and can hardly wait for Thursday. Being disabled and no income, I need all the help and information I can get to keep me away from the vet office if I can. Thank you so much for all your time and effort in putting these together for us. I do hope I can win one but if not, I still enjoy all the info you provide–thank you–Cherie

  8. Avatar ginette Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 1:13 pm

    Hi, I can’t wait for Thursday and I want you to know that I am promoting your course to my friends. So far everyone is amazed. Everyone has 2 or 3 dogs or cats. They will benefit from your newsletters and information just like I did and still am. Keep up the good work! I love animals and I wish that the government would do more to protect them. I’m also thinking of telling our new veterinary about you as I’m sure he would approve. Love you lots.

  9. Avatar Stephanie Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 2:51 pm

    Of course I’d love to win your course – who wouldn’t? 😉 But I also have to say that I sincerely appreciate the valuable information you so freely share. I look forward to your emails and your assistance in keeping my baby (black Lab!) as healthy and happy as possible.

    Thank you,
    Stephanie

    P.S. Your Nov 16 post does not display properly in Google Chrome (everything is smashed into the right sidebar). However, the Nov 14 post and those before are fine. Thought you’d want to know so your webmaster (your brother maybe?) can fix it! 🙂

  10. Avatar Tori Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 3:02 pm

    Dr. Andrew Jones,
    I am so thankful to have veterinarians like you that are not only passionate but honest at what they do. For an example, the article that you have allowed us to download for free a while back: “Top 10 ways to avoid getting overcharged by your veterinarian” is essential to know because I am sure that happens to the best of us especially if our sole purpose is to make our pet as healthy and happy as possible. To have the new 2.1 course will not only be helpful for my Maltese’s common problems but it will definitely give me an understanding of how homeopathic remedies work. It’s easy to read instructions/videos to treating illnesses without breaking the bank or harming the animals we love with pills and other procedures at the vet can benefit not only our pets but ourselves to become better owners.

    Very informative FAQ, emails, Youtube Videos & free articles. Thank you!

  11. Avatar Patricia Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 3:33 pm

    Like everyone else I really enjoy all the help you give us and our animal companions. I also would love to win your new course. Since I am also disabled and like other people am unable to afford the course, without winning it, I feel this is a wonderfu chance. The help you give to people and their companions is invaluable. Thank you for all the help you give us and please keep doing what you do so we can all learn and grow with you and our companions

  12. Avatar Judy Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 3:34 pm

    Dr Jones –
    Ever since I signed up with you months ago, I keep a special folder with your daily messages. Being a senior and living on a fixed income, I would LOVE to win one of your ‘give away’ courses. I’ve got 2 Newfs – Alex is 7 and Misty is 9 and they are coming to an age for their breed where some health issues will probably start to show up. I’d like to be prepared and knowledgeable as to where to go and what to do when these things happen. I’ve already signed up for your webinar for tomorrow night and have copied my ‘notes’ already…got my fingers crossed.

  13. Avatar Christi Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 3:36 pm

    Dr. Jones, I love your courses. I lost a dog to cancer last year so I have been trying everything to make sure my others don’t get the dreadful “C” word. I love all your info and advice. I also use your dog vitamins with our 12 year old lab. They have helped him stay active and keep on weight. Thanks!

  14. Avatar Lynn Loiacono Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 3:59 pm

    Thank you for taking the time to make these informative videos available. I look foward to your teleseminar this Thursday!

  15. Avatar Penny Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 5:35 pm

    Dear Dr. Jones,
    I love your course and think everyone with animals should have it. You explain things so well and I have helped not only my dogs but have helped my friends when they were scared and unsure about when and if they should take their pet to the vet. Thank you for all you do to make us feel empowered. I still give my animals your supplement because they are small Maltese they don’t need as much so I’ve stockpiled a few containers. But when I run out I will continue to buy your products. I wish you the best during this Christmas season. I pray God blesses you and your family with his love and mercy.
    Love everything about these seminars.
    Penny

  16. Avatar Dawn Casey Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 5:44 pm

    Hello and thanks
    I am looking forward to the teleseminar and hopefully, my education will get even better by winning this fabulous intensive course, which I keep looking at but really cant afford.
    I have three dogs who I love dearly. Our old girl,Sadie, 13, has been having some health problems for the past year or so. She is now on your supplement, we have switched to a Raw diet, and she is doing so much better. I am looking forward to learning more and more to keep her and the other dogs in excellent health.
    I also work with a rescue and take in foster dogs, so …….I am crossing my fingers.
    Thanks again
    See ya (hear ya) tomorrow.
    Dawn

  17. Avatar deborah beecham Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 6:03 pm

    Our pug was recently diagnosed with congestive heart failure,our vet prescribed lots of pils fruisemide,fortekor,vetmedin,and lanoxin,we were told to give her all this medication 7 pils in all,and to stop taking her for walks with our other pugs as the exercise was not good for her.
    she was a very sad little dog all the meds made her so ill and she started to have seizures,she was so bad at one point i never thought she’d make it through the night,I stopped all the meds,did some research,changed her diet,give her filtered water and now treat her with a mixture of herbs and homeopathy,shes like a puppy again, and back to taking walks with her little friends. thank goodness for vets like you Dr Jones who are willing to think outside the box.I’d love to win your course as because of this i’ve been inspired to set up my own website promoting natural products for pets.I wish more vets would think like you I wish you well.

  18. Avatar M Blake Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 7:18 pm

    Hi and thanks for providing such essential information. I really like the idea that pet parents can learn to care for their own pet child and make the appropriate decisions on when to go to the vet. With just some back ground knowledge and experience with my own pet at home I feel more confident to know how to do easy care and self help at home before running to the vet and having a large bill to pay. Also I do not have my 5 dogs vaccinated yearly and the vets tend to frown on that decision. Three of my 5 dogs have been rescue dogs and the decision to continue to help with rescue depends on the huge expense of vet visits. I would so love to have the common sense knowledge and wisdom to discern pet problems.

  19. Avatar Linda Clark Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 8:58 pm

    Hello and THANK YOU for the work you are doing to help inform us as to help heal our pets at home. I would love to buy your course (if I was not out of work). I have an 8 yr. old dog who has been diagnosed with stomach cancer and anemic from bleeding into his intestinal tact. They wanted $4000.00 for surgery and chemo, plus they said he was so anemic he would have to have a blood transfusion before surgery or he would not make it through. He was to weak, I thought I was going to lose him that weekend let alone not having money for a surgery he might not make it through. We were devastated. I prayed for him, they gave me Carafate and pepcid ac to give him. I also put him on flax seed oil. I am currently using holistic methods and feeding holistic food, but I need a lot of help and prayer to cure him. I can only hope and pray I can win one of your courses so I can help him and my other pets become healthy and live longer. My family all have rescue pets that have needs. Thank you again for your help.

  20. Avatar Maureen Boudro Says:
    November 17th, 2009 at 11:42 pm

    Thank you so much for encouraging pet owners to take responsibility for their pets health. I know since I have tried homeopathic methods for my female bichon frise,who has a mild case of collapsing trachea, that these can be just as beneficial (with less risks) than traditional methods of medicating. I feel better knowing that I have helped my pet by treating them at home whenever possible because they are more relaxed and less anxious than when they go to
    the vet’s office. If I can reduce my pet’s stress by treating her at home when possible, than I am definitely going to do it! Thanks, Dr. Jones for empowering us to treat our pets at home.

  21. Avatar Sabina Gadze Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 12:15 am

    The most empowering and direct care information I have ever come ac across!

    Truly inspirational and completely holistic!

    I was able to source great strength & confidence during the recent passing of my 13yo Dobe. My 3yo now benefits from this knowledge & practice for her whole life! Plus all the other furry’s and fuzzy’s I will come across. Which is frequent as I’m a nurse & animal rescuer.

    Thanks for sharing all your knowledge & experience with us. I will happily advocate this information on to all my peers.

    XXX Sabina, Xara, Schieba RIP, Pippin, Tybalt, Buffy & Seth from Australia XXX

  22. Avatar Janet Simpson Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 1:43 am

    Since I discovered your site, I have been constantly amazed at the quality and quantity of useable information you provide for free!! I have been involved with every imaginable type of creature since childhood and can truly relate to the necessity of being able to treat our animal companions ourselves. In the early days we had no vet and living on an island, had to rely on books, old timers and common sense. Now, it is wonderful to find someone who not only has the medical expertise, but is open to all the other modalities of healing, and willing to share!

    Thank you.
    Janet Simpson
    Salt Spring Island BC

  23. Avatar Amy White Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 1:43 am

    Thank You, for all the info, I would love to win the course, I truely believe in the natural way to cure all disease.

  24. Avatar Eileen Machida, DC Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 1:54 am

    After watching the videos and ordering the original 2.0 multi-media series, my vet bills have gone down dramatically. I still go, but the majority of the time I go for government mandated vaccines. I now feed my dog raw a few times a week and cook for my dog a few times a week.

    I also saved quite a bit of money and time on supplements and herbs as I now make my own remedies with ingredients purchased from a health food store that I use to buy my own supplements. With all dietary changes, people I meet think that my dog is a puppy when she is almost 6 years old!

    These courses are expensive; I tabulated my veterinarian bills for last year, and it was a net wash. In other words, I paid for the course within one year with the money I saved from not taking my dog to a veterinarian every time she hiccuped.

  25. Avatar danielle Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 6:40 am

    i need to make some agusments to my bills so i can do the payment plan but i will be defuneteley geting this because i hate paying the vet lucy has a great doc but it get to expensive

  26. Avatar Geri Calderone Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 8:16 am

    Hi Dr. Jones,

    I am so excited about the teleseminar tomorrow – I can’t wait. I found your site in the midst of a crisis with one of my shih-tzus.

    I followed your advice and he is fine today. Since then I have read and watched anything of yours I can find.

    I know you asked for us to read the first two – frequently asked questions – I enjoyed all six of the questions on the four episodes.

    Many of my friends are still skeptical of treating your pet at home and are watching me and my three pets closely. I really like your direct, thorough, and easy to understand and follow information and directions.

    I don’t know how to really put into words the special bond I have been able to share with my pets taking care of them here at home. No stressful visits to a strange place or strange people (our vet clinic changes doctors frequently).

    Like the others who would like to win one of the free courses I would certainly appreciate your consideration. As a disabled veteran – not working – I can’t afford the program – I realize it is worth thousands more than you are asking.

    Even if you decide on giving the courses to other people – please keep the wonderful free info coming – I’ll continue to print off and download the materials you share to learn. I was given a book on taking care of your pet and home and it is junk and difficult to understand.

    Have a great day – I’ll tune in tomorrow for the teleseminar.

    Thanks you,
    Geri Calderone

  27. Avatar Lisa Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 10:47 am

    Wow, this is crazy. I can honeslty say all my respect to you and to the people who taught you to be this good. Unfortunately, over time people have turned great things like medicine into expensive and harmful things. I have been a member of your group for about a year or more and I could not be happier. I have also spread the word around because I think everyone deserves to know a good vet. Whenever my two dogs are sick, I follow your procedure and do not end up wasting 1000$ at the vet.
    Thank you! thank you! is all i can say, its great that the world still has people like you. Its important to care about our animals, and treat them with love like we would treat a human.
    Your videos are great, your adivce is amazing, and your knownledge is unbelivable.
    I’m super excited about the new course coming out cause I know it’ll be amazing! Thanks for taking the time to write it!
    Thanks again, I guess thats all I can say!
    Lisa.

  28. Avatar Fernanda Piraquive Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 10:50 am

    This a great way of showing people there is an alternative to alll the prescription drugs. Thank you for taking the time to care about our animals around the world. I would love to win this course, because some day I’d like to be just like you.
    Fernanda

  29. Avatar Leslie Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 11:27 am

    You’ve already answered a question of mine in the first video. It is difficult to feel comfortable treating my pets at home, but I am beginning to see that conventional wisdom is not always the best. It’s hard when your local vet makes you feel guilty that you aren’t giving vaccines or medication as she suggests. I really hope to win a course and want to thank you so much for all of the information you provide!!

  30. Avatar Diane Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 11:36 am

    Wow, this sounds like a complete package with tons of vital information that will help guide us through the endless amount of inormation out there.
    After losing 3 animals to cancer, our mission was to learn more and make it even better for the rest of our furry ones. However, it is really confusing sometimes with all the conflicting information that you read and it makes you question if you are doing the right things.
    I feel that your information helps clear the confusion and provides us with more confidence in making the changes that we need to keep our babies happy and healthy.
    Thank you for doing the work that you do. You provide real information in easy to understand terms. Challenging the old ways is not always easy or well received..I appreciate your time, effort and willingness to share your information :o)
    Sincerly,
    Glenn and Diane(the humans) 3 Dogs: Sadie,Geneva and Maxx 7 cats: Abby,Angel,Milo,Oreo,Tanner, Baxter and Haley

  31. Avatar mel c Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 11:46 am

    thank you for providing everyone with such valuable information — i have already learned a lot from you on home pet care and natural supplementation — can’t wait to learn more !

  32. Avatar Lori Lockwood Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 12:05 pm

    Just would like to say thank you for all that you freely share with petlovers. I am a rescuer and have multiple pets myself. Including dogs ex feral cats and box turtles! I am always trying to help animals in need but it is extremely hard on my budget. I do TNR in various colonies all over my town and the one next to it and tame and home as many as possible. So it would be a real blessing to see my vet bills decrease and I am personally very concerned about vaccine and food damage to humans as well as the animals. I am convinced that we are living in a toxic world and the ,more we treat symptoms with yet more toxins and chemicals the worse it gets! I would rather do no harm – Thank you much for the opportunity to win this course and if I do I can assure you many will benefit from what I learn and I will be recommending it to many other contacts in rescue world. Thanks again Lori

  33. Avatar Liz Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 12:11 pm

    So glad you are doing another Teleseminar. I attended your last one and learned a great deal. I have dogs, cats, and horses and your valuable information has help me to improve their care and to initiate more natural foods and homeopathic medications. Thanks!

  34. Avatar Dawn Casey Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 12:26 pm

    Wow
    I actually had some tears this morning while reading some of the posts and seeing the outpouring of love and care for our animals. I have been watching a video at a time before I start work and every day there are more comments posted. It is wonderful to see all the people who have made their pets lives better using natural means and your information. I see many people who are out of work or disabled that have treated their own pet at home. Bravo. A warm fuzzy to start my day.
    Dawn
    Thanks Dr. Jones for sharing all your great info.

  35. Avatar LaQuita Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 12:37 pm

    Dr. Jones thank you so much for the information you make available to everyone. I recently moved from California to Tennessee and the difference in pet responsiblity and caring has been upsetting. The humane society does nothing to place cats they just euthanize them. People just discard them, I recently resuced a mama cat and her kitten from a McDonalds parking lot and I had them spayed and checked out by my vet. I am looking forward to your new course. I will keep my fingers crossed in hopes that I may win your course. Thank you so much for all of your caring for our defenseless animals.

    Best Wishes
    LaQuita and kids Cody(16 yrs old Dalmation) Cats-Tank, Smudge, Puma, Mamasita, and Lil Miss

  36. Avatar Patty McMullen pdm061759@yahoo.com Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 1:05 pm

    Hi Dr. Jones,

    My long haired chihuahua Shaggy has been diagnosed with a mast cell tumor on his knee.
    The information you put out has been very valuable to us. We have changed his diet, put him on supplements and immune boosters. Thanks to you I can check his lymph nodes for signs of swelling and I know other symptoms to watch for. I have been wanting to purchase your most awesome program, but have elected to spend any monies I have extra for Shaggy’s supplements and more expensive food. I would love to support you monetarily, but I must put Shaggy first. He.s my only child and I won’t lose him to cancer if I can help it. Thank you so much for giving me the ammo to fight for him and the armor to stay strong.

    Thanks for the hope
    Sincerely,
    Patty

  37. Avatar Michelle Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 1:16 pm

    The information in your courses has helped me be a better pet parent. I am so happy to be able to utilize your videos in kepping my pets healthy.

    Thank you!

    Michelle

  38. Avatar Kim Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 2:11 pm

    I am so happy I have come across Dr Andrew Jones. The information he provides is so easy to understand and so essential to the health of our beloved pets. I recently lost my best friend of 16 years. She had congestive heart failure and from what little I have been reading from Dr. Jones I could have help her instead of listening to my vet and laid to down to rest. I now have a 8 month old puppy and I want to learn and do every possible to help her and any other animals that cross my path. Thank you Dr Jones for being honest to all of us and providing the resources that you do!

  39. Avatar Sandy Aultman Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 2:55 pm

    I ordered the very 1st course of Veterinary Secrets Revealed and totally enjoyed and used the information on my three dogs and 2 cats. I am so excited about the acupressure and homeopathic aspects of the new course. Thank you Dr Jones for all of the wonderful information your provide.

  40. Avatar jo Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 3:13 pm

    I can see from the videos I just watched, that the manual is the answer, and what I have been craving. Unfortunately (right now) I am not in a financial situation to purchase it (based on the price of the old manual). My little Dexter is having some major health issues (which I’m sure the manual could help with), but I need to spend the money to find out what is wrong, and how to treat it. So, I am hoping (along with everyone else) to WIN the manual, and use it to help my little baby get well, and stay healthy! THANK YOU

  41. Avatar Brian Casey Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 6:08 pm

    I have been looking for something like this for a long time. I recently lost my half Lab/Beagle mix to cancer, I believe was caused by my vet over prescribing “Prednisone” for a neck injury. I miss him dearly and I wish I had known then what I know now. If I did I belive my little Roscoe would still be with me today. I still have Roscoe’s 3 siblings to take care of, and I want a better fate for my boys. I love them sooo much.

  42. Avatar Brian Casey Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 6:10 pm

    This material really makes alot of sense to me, and if you love your dogs like I do, you would be crazy not to take adavantage of this information.

  43. Avatar Sharyn Hall Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 6:14 pm

    Dear Dr Jones
    I have been receiving your newsletters for a couple of years now and it would be really great to have all the information in one place! Due to the broadband in my area (Queensland, Australia) being so slow, your videos take ages to download which makes it hard to quickly re-check a technique or detail. For both these reasons I would LOVE to win your fantastic course … and will happily pay the post!
    Cheers, Sharyn

  44. Avatar Kim Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 7:19 pm

    Dr. Jones
    Thank you for the help you have given us on how to care for our pets at home. I have a Cocker Spaniel who is very special to me. My children got her for me for me. As she grew we found out that she has allergies to grass and a few more things. We have tried everything for putting boots on her so she won’t chew her feet and scratch her neck raw, to costly medications that made her put on weight. We almost lost her when she was on the verge of dying. I ordered your internet section of Veterinary Secrets Revealed and love it. I have learned a lot already form your newsletters, and your videos on the internet which sometimes freeze and are difficult to hear because of the bad connections on the web. I am looking forward to listening to your teleseminar. Bailey and I would love to win your wonderful course because it would be within reach when needed. Please whatever you do, don’t quit or stop selling or teaching pet owners how to care for their four legged loved ones.
    Kim

  45. Avatar Regina Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 9:17 pm

    I have been receiving your emails for about 2 years now and have been keeping notes. I have 3 dogs now- and do the best I can for them. My 8 yr old son even tries to follow your directions when he helps give them vitamins and food and tells them they need to stay healthy. We always seem to get pets that no one else can care for. We recently lost my friend- harley to a sudden heart attack- I would love to win the contest so that I can keep our other pets healthy.

  46. Avatar Jenny Forst Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 9:24 pm

    This is a wonderful thing that you’re doing. Thanks. I hope more people will take the time to get to know what their pets need and attend to them right away. My two little bichons are my most valuable companions and I can’t imagine my life without them.
    Look forward to your teleconference tomorrow.

  47. Avatar Jenny Forst Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 9:27 pm

    Dear Dr. Jones,
    I wanted to acknowledge and thank James Jacobsen from james@DoYouRememberLove.com. Had it not been for him, we’d be missing out on this incredible resource. Thanks again!
    Jenny, Bailey, Dodi & Krystal

  48. Avatar Marion Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 9:46 pm

    I loved the massage video. My dog has arthritis issues and she is enjoying her little massage now. Thanks!

  49. Avatar Karen Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 9:59 pm

    I can’t believe I haven’t come across this before! Ever since one of my dogs was diagnosed with cancer I have been searching out natural remedies and ways to better care for my remaining furkids. I had almost lost faith in the veterinary community. It’s great to know such a resource as this exists. I’m looking forward to my very first teleseminar tomorrow! Thank you, thank you.

  50. Avatar Kim Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 10:44 pm

    Dr. Jones
    Thank you for the help you have given us on how to care for our pets at home. I have a Cocker Spaniel who is very special to me. My children got her for me for me. As she grew we found out that she has allergies to grass and a few more things. We have tried everything for putting boots on her so she won’t chew her feet and scratch her neck raw, to costly medications that made her put on weight. We almost lost her when she was on the verge of dying. I ordered your internet section of Veterinary Secrets Revealed and love it. I have learned a lot already form your newsletters, and your videos on the internet which sometimes freeze and are difficult to hear because of the bad connections on the web. I am looking forward to listening to your teleseminar. Bailey and I would love to win your wonderful course because it would be within reach when needed. Please whatever you do, don’t quit or stop selling or teaching pet owners how to care for their four legged loved ones.
    Kim

  51. Avatar Jewel Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 10:53 pm

    It is SO good to see a more holistic and hands on approach to “pet” care. Hands on instruction that make the pet caregiver a partner in the healing and comfort of our companions. Keep up the good work!

  52. Avatar Linda Says:
    November 18th, 2009 at 11:48 pm

    Thank you for this oppurtunity. James Jacobsen, again from “Do you remember love” suggested listening to you. If it comes from him, it has to be “GREAT.” We have an adopted greyhound and gerbies and they could use all of the extra loving they can get. Looking forward your expertise. Read all of the positive comments above, so I am very excited.

  53. Avatar John A. Hayes Says:
    November 19th, 2009 at 12:14 am

    When I found you I set up an affilate account so I could spread the word in my articles on dog care.

    You are also someone I need desperately to help me treat and cure my own little dog of his lumps. I got your intro CD and access to your Inner Circle web site. I tried to absorb all the information on lumps so that I could begin the process. I have adjusted his meals to include all the ‘boost the immune system ingredients’ that you listed. The next phase is to select an herb or homeopathy treatment from your list.

    My own dog has this problem and I think I can cure it by following your advice. I also want to be able to write an article that I know first hand where of I speak. You are great. Thank you for getting out there with all this info. When I am financially able I definitely plan to get the monthly subscription to your site.

    Right now I try to take the best care of my dog
    that I able to do. The lumps on his right front leg make him limp badly but otherwise he is full of energy and indeed a happy dog.

    Unlike humans he never complains and I love him so very much. The day I adopted him,I told him ‘Don’t you worry pal. I’m going to take care of you’. Now I think with your information I will be able to do just that.

    In a way thank God I can not afford a vet and found you instead.

  54. Avatar Candi Says:
    November 19th, 2009 at 12:27 am

    Am looking forward to the teleconference and am hoping that there might be another seminar for you to do…how about trauma care?

    I just took a large animal rescue workshop and it occurred to me that I really don’t have a clue as to things I could do (like a red cross first aid book)if I came upon say an overturned horse trailer, and we got the animals out, but were waiting for vet or transport to a vet. It would be good to render first aid of some sort…can you help with that?

    Hope I win!

  55. Avatar Wanda Says:
    November 19th, 2009 at 12:42 am

    I just finished watching your very informative videos and would love to get your new course. I am looking forward t