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Worried About Your Job And How It Will Affect Your Pets?

By Dr. Andrew Jones

From: Dr Andrew Jones
Author: Veterinary Secrets Revealed
Website: http://www.veterinarysecretsrevealed.com/course/

Re: Worried about your Job and How it will affect your pets?


Hey fellow readers- welcome to Friday.

Financial MELTDOWN >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

There seems to be no end in sight to the current stock market/banking crisis.

Stock Markets around the world are plunging.

Many people are worried about their jobs, their house mortgages, and their retirement funds.

Commentators keep bringing up things like…

The Great Depression.

Will this happen again?

I Don’t Know.

It is worrisome – we all have bills, families to support, including our pets.

Could this AFFECT the care of Your Pets?


Any time the economy plunges, clients spend less.

They ONLY do emergent care – I have seen this in my practice.

So what Can you do?

Take matters into your OWN hands.

1. Set yourself up a budget, and see what extra’s that you can cut out – perhaps the triple latte from Starbucks.

2. Set yourself up to Spend less on Veterinary Care for your dog and cat.

Ensure that you feed your pet a premium quality diet.

Supplement with a quality supplement to PREVENT disease – I am releasing one shortly.

Acquire Basic Veterinary skills…

The BEST way to do this is by getting my Home Study Course:


· Exam

· Diagnose

· Treat

· Utilize Safe, effective and inexpensive Natural Home Remedies.

· Save on Veterinary Fees


P.S. I CAN’T predict the future – Who knows when the financial meltdown will END. But I can guarantee that you will SAVE in Veterinary Fees with My Complete Home Study Multimedia Course.

If it is in your budget, my advice is to get it now:


It’s Your Pet.

Heal Them At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM


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Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM