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KELP HELP FOR FLEAS AND RILEY!

Posted By: Andi on Jan 29, 2015 in True Pet Stories, Uncategorized
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Hi Andi, I bought your book about two years ago and it transformed my old dog. It was amazing to see him go from overweight, smelly, itchy, and slobbery to a beautiful healthy happy boy. I am writing to let you know that I think you under emphasized the benefits of kelp. My local whole …

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FREE HOLISTIC PET CARE SEMINAR

Posted By: Andi on Jan 28, 2015 in Blog, Uncategorized
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Andi Brown is coming to town for your dogs and cats, and will be at Nature’s Food Patch in Clearwater, Florida on February 3, 2015 at 6:30 PM. Find out how you can easily eliminate skin and coat problems, obesity, digestive disorders, fleas, mobility issues, and boost the immune system to achieve glorious, glowing great …

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The OOPS AND THE UH-OH ABOUT COMMERCIAL PET FOODS!

Posted By: Andi on Nov 25, 2014 in Blog, Uncategorized
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If you’re still not cooking for your pets, here’s a really good reason to start right away! You never really know what your babies are getting in those sneaky cans or bags. Check out how the Pot (Purina) is calling the Kettle Black (Blue Buffalo) PLEASE DO COOK FOR THE ONES YOU LOVE! http://truthaboutpetfood.com/the-plot-thickens-between-purina-and-blue-buffalo/

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Bravo To The Healing Pet Artist!

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The Healing Pet Artist – Because I view great pet health as an art, and myself as a healing artist, I use a creative process similar to that of a painter. The minute anything seems out of balance with one of my pets, I pick up my paint brush, identify the problem, prepare the palette, …

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DOC’S STEW: The healthiest version of my food for dogs & cats

Posted By: Andi on Sep 09, 2013 in Recipes, Uncategorized
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The Whole Pet Diet Chicken Stew aka Doc’s Stew(r) – My Newest and healthiest updated recipe from my book Special note: use organic ingredients whenever possible 5 pounds Whole Chicken or Turkey (bones, organs, skin and all) Beef is fine too! 6 – 8 cups spring water – (just enough to cover the meat. let …

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The Number One, Most Important Feeding Rule For Dogs or Cats

Posted By: Andi on Jan 14, 2013 in Blog, Important Tips for Dogs or Cats
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Want to boost your pet’s immune system, slim your dogs or cats down naturally and support all of their organs to function better, by changing one simple habit? Then don’t forget the primary feeding rule. Make sure you remove all traces of your pet’s food, as well as their dishes after 30 minutes of feeding. …

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The Low-Carb Healthier Dog and Cat– Fight Fat and Find Fitness!

Posted By: Andi on Dec 17, 2012 in Blog, Important Tips for Dogs or Cats
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A low-carb diet for pets? You’d better believe it makes sense! I mean, who really knows better than Mother Nature herself? Dogs and cats are carnivores and that means protein, made from real meat! Pet obesity is on the rise for humans, as well as it is for our pets. According to the National Academy …

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Keep Your Dogs and Cats Out of the Dentist’s Office

Posted By: Andi on Nov 27, 2012 in Blog, Important Tips for Dogs or Cats
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Keep your dogs and cats out of the dentist’s office with a simple solution that they’re absolutely going to love! To keep your dog’s teeth optimally clean and healthy, let them have a raw beef marrow bone, a knuckle bone or stew bone – once or twice weekly. They’ll enjoy gnawing on it, which will …

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Don’t Let Your Pets Become A Statistic of Veterinary Care

Posted By: Andi on Nov 19, 2012 in Blog, Important Tips for Dogs or Cats
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Over $50 billion will be spent on our pets in the United States this year. Of that, $20 billion will pay for food, and over $14 billion will be spent on veterinary care. The pet insurance industry is a money-making monster; growing at a rate of 25% each year and projected to be $664 million …

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The Remarkable Min-Pin: Chico Vetter’s True Story

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My min-pin was very ill. The local vet said he would soon die even though he was only 7-years old. We took him to another city and to another vet. She gave me your book. He was not only diabetic, but had liver and pancreas disease, and was an epileptic. He was auto-immune sensitive, and …

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