What Should I Do, and How to Win Free Supplements

How to Win Free Supplements
1. Leave a comment after this video on what topics I should cover in 2022
2. Suggestions around number, and length of videos
3. Do you have a dog or cat
4. The winners will be picked on Monday January 10, and announced on video Tuesday January 11
5. 5 Dog supplements (Ultimate Canine Health Formula) at http://www.thedogsupplement.com
6. 5 Cat supplements (Ultimate Feline Heath Formula) at

10 thoughts on “What Should I Do, and How to Win Free Supplements”

  1. Hi,
    Been a member for awhile now(5years). Your suggestions, advice & remedies have helped alot with my 4 labs. I live a good distance out from town. My animals don’t see a vet unless it’s a life or death situation & the funds are available at the time. I am a retired firefighter/EMT-B. So I have a little medical background. That & help from Your video’s I’ve been able to keep my Labs somewhat healthy. I have self diagnosed (after 1 year of research) 2 of my female labs. 1st.is Ziva a 6yof The mother to the rest of my Lab family has cushions.. I have her on a natural supplement Adrenal Therapy drops for 2years now & it has helped lessen some of the extreme symptoms. 2nd.is Abby (Abs) a 5yof the daughter of Ziva. Although a lot of Abby’s symptoms are the same as Ziva’s there were enough differences that after 10mo. Of research I diagnosed with Hypothyroidism. I have her on regular thyroid prescription meds for about 1 year now I get from Canada. Now my 5yom Abby’s brother has had Shaking head syndrome & chronic ear infections his whole life. All that being said. 1st I want to thank you for your time & effort for the videos and Info. You have put out already. I would like to see videos on a bi weekly schedule.with topics more on Cushions, Hypothyroidism & general care for k9s.
    Thank You,
    Robert and the Lab family

  2. Just found this blog from a facebook group. I tried to download the free books but it just kept circling after I clicked the download link.
    We have two medium dogs.
    Not sure what you should focus on because I have only watched one podcast so far! 😀


  3. Dr Jones, I am so grateful for you. I am a proud mommy to my fur baby, Amalie, a Shepherd mix. She has been in our family for 12 years. Recently she woke up limping and now her upper leg is swollen with pain. I watched your video on caring for a dog with limping. I learned so much from you in such a short time. Your video addressed elbow inflammation. I’m not sure if this is what is going on with Amalie. I would so appreciate your recommendation. I am so pleased that you practice holistic care and so willingly offer your expertise. I look forward to using your supplements on Amalie. I will be telling all my friends about you. God’s blessings to you our new friend.

  4. Dr Jones, I would appreciate more videos in 2022 about your holistic supplements and the benefits and use.
    Thank you again for all that you are doing for our precious fur babies.

    1. Hi Lily, for pain Dr. Jones generally recommends a CBD + THC combination (starting at a 10:1 ratio – 10 parts CBD to 1 part THC), which may not be legal in your area. If it is you can go to a retailer and ask for a combination like that. If it isn’t legal you can order Dr. Jones’ CBD here- it may help alleviate some pain:


  5. Thank you Dr Jones for your passion and care for our fur babies. I am a retired vet tech and the doctors I worked for and the ones i now go to do not encourage me seeking more natural methods. But I do anyway. Just found your site tonite and look forward to learning more and trying your supplements. Maybe video comparing herbs, homeopathic, supplements and how/when to choose best. Also maybe a video on lumps and bumps and best way to have them analyzed, and is there anything naturally to do for them in the meantime. A video on natural calming aids and comparing effectiveness, safety of them. Jut a few off my head. Anything on cats as they are underrepresented in holistic vet info it seems.I currently have 3 cats and 1 dog.

  6. We love all your advice sent to my email. We have 3 cats (Amanda, Indiana and Alysha) and 1 dog
    (Rudolf). They are all rescues from the Calgary Humane Society, ARF and Dino Rescue. Our Vet understands and complies with our wish to not have them vaccinated each year, especially because Rudy developed MMM. They have their yearly checkups to make us feel secure.
    We would love any advice to treat Rudy’s gums.
    You are doing a great job. Keep up the good work.

  7. Would love to hear about what to expect from your dog having dental surgery and after care expectations. My small dog hasn’t been the same since his dental surgery. He now has congestive heart failure and some other funky thing going on with breathing. already had one extra visit this week and another tomorrow. Going to take several veterinary visits to find root issue.

  8. Hi I’m having a problem with my 12 year old chihuahua Pixie shes my world and it kills me to hear her coughing more like hacking I believe it a collapsed trakey. What could I possibly do for her her vet just gives me that termaril-p and I’m not to crazy about having her on it. I got her some hemp oil for dogs but its hard to get her to take it. I give her coQ10 since shes in her senior years. I need edu., on what to do about the traykey

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