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Your pet CAN’T move

By Dr. Andrew Jones

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

Re: Your pet CAN’T move – do this


Hey everyone – welcome to Wednesday.

I’ve been very busy at my clinic of late. My one associate left the practice 1 month ago, and I have been working like a crazy fiend.

It’s been especially busier than normal – we have had a Kennel Cough Outbreak, a Parvovirus outbreak, and a whole variety of sick and injured dogs and cats.

Did ALL Of these dogs and cats need to see me?


Could some of these diseases be prevented?


Could some of them have been treated at home with SAFE home remedies?


And here is what I would have used:


Let me give you a REAL example, including what you could do if this happens to your pet.

You pet CAN’T move – NOW WHAT?

I had a FRANTIC call about a dog that couldn’t get up.

The clients suspected paralysis.

Jack the dog was rushed in…

He slowly walked into the clinic.

He then proceeded to have EXPLOSIVE diarrhea EVERYWHERE.

So what did I do FIRST?

A good history.

1. What is he eating?

2. Any toxic things around?

It turns out that the neighbors have (had?) a deer hide…


Physical Exam –

Normal Temp, Pulse, Resp.

No dehydration YET.

Very uncomfortable abdomen.

Rectal – distended colon.

Tentative Diagnosis:

Acute Gastroenteritis from the Deer Hide.

He didn’t want to get up because his belly was so painful.


The EXACT steps that are in my book.

1. NO food for 24 hours.

2. Immodium – 3 tablets every 12 hours

3. Homeopathic Arsenicum


P.S. The POINT of this is DON’T just RUSH to a conclusion. You’ve got to do a PROPER exam to KNOW what is wrong with your pet before any remedies are used.

I give you the EXACT Step by Step exam instructions – including remedies here:


It’s Your Pet. Heal Them At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM


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Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM