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Is My Dog Getting Enough Sleep?

Posted By: Andi on Mar 24, 2015 in Blog, Important Tips for Dogs or Cats
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If you’re a dog owner who allows your dog to sleep with you at night, don’t feel guilty or weird. According to an American Kennel Club survey, 45% of dog owners allow their dogs to sleep in their bed with them. So this is perfectly normal … even if non-dog owners can’t seen to understand. …

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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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HOLIDAY DINNERS TO SHARE, CAN MAKE IT THE PERFECT PET FARE!

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Let your pets “live it up” with the rest of your family with wholesome holiday dinners! In the right proportions, your human holiday feast can be the perfect meal for your furry friends too! Sharing is truly caring, when it comes to real food. We can start with a few slices of traditional holiday turkey, …

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CATS, KIDNEYS & URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS (UTI’S)

Posted By: Andi on Feb 08, 2014 in Blog, Important Tips for Dogs or Cats, Uncategorized
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Kidney disease and urinary tract problems can be deadly for cats, but most people are unaware that the food they may be feeding could actually be causing these horrible, debilitating problems. Thirty years ago, I thought that the food I was feeding my cat was healthy because all of the veterinarians promoted that product. Of …

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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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Your Pet Products May Contain Toxic Protein Sources

Posted By: Andi on Dec 10, 2012 in Blog, Important Tips for Dogs or Cats
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Although your current pet’s vitamins or foods may be marketed as holistic, healthy or natural, it doesn’t automatically make it true. Far too many of the so-called “premium” pet products contain an ingredient that has been found to be incredibly dangerous to animals, as well as to humans. Sources indicate that 99% of its crops …

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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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