Lately, I have been thinking of my career as a whole. I think I have summed up part of it: 37 legs not amputated 15 toes not removed 524 dogs saved 247 cats saved 136 pets in remission from cancer 21 epileptics saved from seizures 644 dogs less itchy from allergies 925 ear infections cured with NAET Aziz:… Read more →
Youtube welcome video: Tree medicine!
Growing up with immune system weakness and lung problems, I was shuffled from one specialist to another but still suffered with asthma and pneumonia throughout childhood. Now I help myself with a small bottle of tincture I can carry easily in my purse, along with other supplements and a healthy sugar and dairy free diet. Here is a glimpse into… Read more →
Meds to the Maximus
Maximus is a young, three year-old French bulldog with a list of problems related to the breed. Here is a list of medications he was taking before he saw me. The problem was he was still a sick dog with no cures in sight. But NAET, acupuncture and herbs quickly replaced this list: Tramadol Gabapentin Amoxicillin for a month then… Read more →
Week in the Life of Holistic Vet:
Hi people! Today I thought I would post a wrap up of cases from this week as a change from the usual posts where I focus on one dog at a time. Four older dog arthritis cases got better: Some from just chiropractic and acupuncture; some with herbs such as boswellia, corydalis, dogwood and boneset powders in the food, some… Read more →
Hot Spots: Moist versus Dry
Hot spots are a problem in dogs and cats and indicate a deeper skin condition due to a wide variety of causes. Skin allergies, trauma, auto-immune diseases, nerve problems, mites or mange and fleas or flea bite dermatitis are some of the common reasons dogs and cats get hot spots. All of the hot spots in these photos cleared… Read more →
Wilson: Skin allergies all cleared!
Wilson’s person wanted to avoid steroids, antibiotics, Atopica and Apoquell this year so she came to me for five sessions. We cleared his allergies with acupuncture and NAET and are rotating his proteins monthly. We used a few different herbal combinations to help the liver. Notice that his redness is along the ventral abdomen where the Liver, Spleen and Kidney… Read more →
What makes dogs itch?
With the epidemic of dogs itching, I have to remember that it is normal for dogs to scratch here and there. But if your dog chews at one spot, scratches more than a few seconds or itches several times a day, interrupting normal behaviors like sleeping or playing, your dog may have a problem that will not get better without… Read more →
Help itchy skin, digestion and other immune problems
On October 30th at 4-5:30 pm, I will be sharing several important tips on how to prevent immune mediated diseases. We are not selling any products. This way we can concentrate on the knowledge you need to know to be preventative and proactive. I want to share photos and videos of my cases with you over the past twenty years.… Read more →
Blanca’s skin better!
For many months, Blanca’s skin allergies and secondary yeast infection (black colored) was treated with western medicine: Ketoconazole, antibiotics, steroids and Apoquell, but her immune system adapted until she became resistant. With single protein rotation, herbs to control the yeast, and only 5 NAET visits, we have discontinued treatments because she no longer needed them. Here is what… Read more →
Precious: Small dog allergies cured in 2 sessions!
Precious is a little girl with allergies that we cleared up in two visits. After identifying her chicken and grass allergies, we changed her diet and worked on the grass with NAET and herbs. Here is a before and after! Took her off all medications too. Read more →
Max: Minus those nasty ear infections
Did you know that recurrent yeast infections of the ear (otitis) have essentially two causes? One is water in the ear. The other is allergies! Max was allergic to all kinds of foods including minerals in the soil. Here he is with acupuncture needles on my table. The points are to strengthen his resiliency towards his allergens. His new diet… Read more →
Viral papilloma warts vanish in three weeks
Western medicine tells us that viral papilloma warts will go away on their own but this dog developed three within 2 months that seemed to be growing, not regressing. He received a set of vaccinations within a week of the first wart showing up which reminds me of how dermatologists use a viral papilloma vaccine to treat it often with… Read more →
Lucy, a fifteen year-old kitty with food allergies
Immune imbalances are more common than you think in our indoor kitties. Lucy was diagnosed with eosinophilic plaques and bacterial infection. Eosinophils are a type of white blood cell involved with allergies. Lucy pulled all her hair out and most of her skin. I was worried her pathology might be deeper and that skin cancer had developed because there was… Read more →
Yellow Labs Prone to Immune Disease
Yellow Labradors are cute but I see so many for immune issues like allergies, IBD and even stiff hips. I generally think the black Labs are healthier but I am a particular fan of mutts. How about a nice lab cross? Read more →
NAET for Allergies & Seizures
Tucker is a 13 year old mixed breed guy. He has always had skin allergies and seizures (related through the liver in chinese medicine). He was getting little cysts along his back where his skin was inflamed. We have used NAET allergy clearings for him. Here is a photo of him getting treated for Mold. We use a combination of… Read more →
Treating Chipper’s Severe Allergies
Chipper is a four year-old whose skin allergies were so bad, his people took turns holding him at night to prevent him from chewing sores especially between the legs and around the tail. He had no fleas. The regular vet prescribed antibiotics (which helped) and steroids (which made him crazy). Both these medications had poor long term side effects. With… Read more →
Meet Kitty, 5 year-old male neutered domestic long hair rescue
History: Mild hyperesthesia or skin twitching around his back end. When we touched his sacrum, he licked incessantly at his front foot. Conventional treatment: None. This condition is not readily treated using Western medicine. Usually, anti-inflammatories including steroids, or prednisone, are used. Current holistic therapies: Chiropractic and acupuncture and NAET to find that Kitty had a chicken allergy that accentuated… Read more →
Meet Carlos, 8 year-old male neutered mixed breed
History: Mild allergies manifesting as itchy skin, hip dysplasia on left hip, moderate partial tear of right cranial cruciate Current problems: Holding right hind leg up when he is too active, cries when he gets up. Conventional treatments: NSAIDs and surgery, both of which the owner declined. Current Holistic therapy: Acupuncture, chiropractic, aquapuncture around the hips and knees (into specific… Read more →
Meet Burl, 5 year-old male neutered English bulldog
History: Bulldogs have medical problems!But Burl has had fewer than usual.At four months old, his recurrent aspiration pneumonia was due to elongated soft palate; that surgery we could not avoid.Epilepsy, right carpal arthritis. Current problems:Only had three seizures in his life but the last one was severe, lasting many minutes. Conventional treatment:Anti-convulsant therapies were considered but avoided, due to potential… Read more →
Meet Avalanche: 11 year-old male neutered Great Pyrenees
Avalanche’s history: Hip dysplasia, TPLO surgery for cruciate ligament tear at age one, lipomas, food allergies, intestinal symptoms. Most recent symptoms: Horner’s syndrome, neurologic weakness left hind. Conventional treatment: If treated according to traditional Western veterinary practice, Avalanche would likely be on a regimen of steroids or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs as well as narcotics for acute pain episodes. Each of… Read more →