Keep your Pet Healthy The Natural Way' by Pat
Take bulldogs. They have been hideously bred to have a
characteristic collapsed face. This restricts breathing and stops them panting
properly. Ridiculous as it may seem, they have also created an animal that can't
breathe fast enough to have sex. So a bulldog must be artificially inseminated
by a vet using a general anaesthetic. Once pregnant,
the bulldog faces another dreadful side effect, again caused by breeding.
Bulldogs have such a small pelvis that most are unable to give birth naturally.
So 90 per cent of bulldogs require a Caesarean.
If the vet were truly putting the
animal first, he would refuse to inseminate a bulldog in the first place.
Instead, to ensure the welfare of the bulldog, vets should be insisting that
pregnancies only occur in bulldogs that can mate naturally.
We have daschunds bred with
elongated spines so they look 'attractive' for their breed. But these sausage
dogs are prone to slipped discs and back problems which, in turn, makes more
money for vets who do many operations a year to 'help' these issues (most of
which do not work and cause more suffering to the dog.)
We have cats that can't breathe
because of their overly flat noses and weep constantly from eyes that are too
large, other cats and dogs without fur that can't go out in the sunshine as they
The current fashionable craze for
miniature dogs is also damaging. These dogs are prized on their tininess - so
the smallest dogs are chosen but in reality these are the runts of the litter
that used to be allowed to die as they were so weak. Why I'm
ashamed to be a vet: a shocking exposé of the profession that puts pets through
'painful and unnecessary treatments to fleece their trusting owners'
"My friend explained that the reason all these different nasties could cause
almost identical defects was that viruses pull Vitamin A out of the system. If you feed a
pregnant dog a diet deficient in Vitamin A (but no viruses) you will get TORCH defects in
the puppies. If children in Africa who are malnourished get measles, they can go blind (as
can babies born with congenital rubella effects, except in babies the blindness is
permanent.). But the blindness in malnourished children is reversible with Vitamin A. The
reason for these defects in babies is that in the first few weeks that a baby is forming,
cells divide very quickly. One of the nutritional keys to proper cell division is vitamin
A, and if a mother contracts any virus, the body uses that Vitamin A to fight the
but the baby keeps on forming minus one essential building block."--Hilary
R. GEOFFREY BRODERICK, D.V.M.: "I haven't had a single case of hip dysplasia since I
started using vitamin C for prevention five years ago. Before that, I used to do one or two dysplasia operations every
WENDELL 0. BELFIELD, D.V.M.: "In the more serious cases [of ruptured discs], my
routine approach is to inject the downed dog with sodium as-corbate [vitamin C]
for three to five days. Normally this is all the time it takes to bring the
animal back to its feet."
RICHARD J. KEARNS,D.V.M.: "I believe all cases of spinal myelopathy and wobbler's
syndrome are caused by poor nutrition .. . sometimes going back to the mother's nutrition
"We have had (leukemic) cats who have been able to climb trees and look
normal in less than ten weeks."---S. Allen Price FVM
""You get cats in with high fevers, 105-108 degrees. There is
nothing you can give them that will bring down that high a fever--except
laetrile."---Dr Kearns, DVM. (Dr Kearns uses 50mg of
laetrile orally until the leukemia is under control.)
Problems of the Eye
ROBERT GOLDSTEIN, V.M.D., AND MARTY GOLDSTEIN, D.V.M.: "Very often corneal ulcers
that are incurable with standard drugs will heal with natural therapy."
RICHARD J. KEARNS, D.V.M.: "Often, in early cases, a $25 bottle of Vitamin B15 drops
will dissolve cataracts. Even in very advanced cases, cataracts can be arrested
approximately seventy percent of the time, if the owner uses a natural diet along with
Problems of the Skin and Hair
J. KEITH BENEDICT,D.V.M.: "I suppose we veterinarians who do a lot of
work with skin and hair problems ought to thank the commercial pet food manu-facturers for all the business
they create for us?'
MICHAEL W. LEMMON,D.V.M.: "Popular flea collars often contain powerful nerve gases.
They can kill some fleas. They can also kill some pets, and can do damage to children and
adults handling the pet wearing the poisonous flea collar."
RICHARD J. KEARNS, D.V.M.: "The only time I use an antibiotic is
when the client insists on it. With drugs, the animal has less of a chance of
being cured than he has with natural therapy. Also, even in those cases where
the drug does cure, the poor animal can be suffering for a week or two; whereas with vitamin C and other nutrients, he
can be well in three days."
H. H. ROBERTSON, D.V.M.: "Bacteria do not attack a healthy body. Most doctors worry
about the bacteria. I do not treat the bacteria; I treat the animal?'
MICHAEL W. LEMMON,D.V.M.: "With. . . upper respiratory tract diseases, I get ninety
per-cent cure in early cases. However, if the animal has already been treated with
antibiotics and other drugs when I get to see him, my successful results drop to about
Some Problems of Internal Organs:
NORMAN C. RALSTON, D.V.M., AND RICHARD J. KEARNS, D.V.M.: "Just by adding vitamin E
in high enough doses for diabetic pets, you can cut insulin down to only ten to twenty
percent of what the animal needed before taking the vitamin. If you add a natural diet and
pancreatic enzymes, you can get even better results?'
NINO ALORO, D.V.M.: "Diet seems to be at the base of about ninety percent of the
cases of cystitis that I see. . When my clients observe the proper diet after initial
treat-ment, there are rarely any of the normal relapses. If they put the pet
back on commercial food, then the cystitis comes back.
RICHARD J. KEARNS, D.V.M., AND NORMAN C. RALSTON) D.V.M.: "Bladder stones and kidney
stones are completely a nutritional problem. [We] have never seen a recurrence once an
animal is put on a natural diet. Never.' Heart Problems and Hypertension:
RICHARD J. KEARNS, D.V.M.: "We can get most of our animals with heart problems off
drugs, when people go along with me in using natural foods and natural supplements?'
MICHAEL W. LEMMON, D.V.M.: "I've had cases of heart disease that were absolutely
given up on by other veterinarians, be-cause the cardiograms indicated there was no hope.
Nutritional therapy improved the animals' health greatly and has given them years more of
S. ALLEN PRICE, D.V.M.: "Almost all-if not, indeed, all-cases of hypertension can be
traced, I believe, to the commercial foods. "I virtually never have to use digitalis
or digitoxin anymore?' Cancer Need Not Be a Death Sentence for Your Pet:
H. H. ROBERTSON, D.V.M.: "What you have to do is bring the body chemistry back to
normal. Once you've done that, you can just get rid of the tumors without any problem. I
don't cure the cancer; all I do is put the animal's body into shape so it can do the
MICHAEL W. LEMMON, D.V.M.: "When my clients cooperate, thirty to forty percent of
pets in the 'terminal' stage of cancer can be successfully treated. With early cancer, the
success rate rises above ninety percent."
S. ALLEN PRICE, D.V.M.: "I've been dealing with feline leukemia for years; and I get
disgusted with most veterans, who
advocate Test and Slaughter-that is, if the cat tests positive, it's best to kill it.
We've had cats who have been able to climb trees and look normal in less than ten weeks.
And I'm talking about cats who were brought in to us when they were too weak even to stand
Special Diets for Special Times in Your Pet's Life:
JOHN E. CRAIGE, V.M.D.; H. H. ROBERTSON, D.V.M.; and RICHARD J. KEARNS,
D.V.M.: "Dead mothers and dead babies: We seldom see them anymore if the mother is
fed a natural diet with supplements.'
ROBERT GOLDSTEIN, V.M.D., AND MARTY GOLDSTEIN, D.V.M.: "Many people come to us with
old, degenerated pets for whom other vets have told them there is 'no hope.' When the
owners see how their pets become young again-and recover from the 'hopeless'
disorders-they start taking themselves and their families to nutritionally oriented
physicians. They realize that 'If nutritional medicine can work wonders for my pet, it can
work wonders for us, too." What Your Pet Should Eat for a Long and Healthy Lift and
ROBERT S. GOLDSTEIN, V.M.D.; MARTY GOLD-STEIN, D.V.M.; RICHARD J. KEARNS, D.V.M.; H. H.
ROBERTSON, D.V.M.: "We just seldom see the so called inevitable diseases in our
patients, when we can get the owners to raise the pets on their natural foods.
RICHARD J. KEARNS, D.V.M.: "Everybody laughs at me; they say I'm a specialist in
geriatrics, because all my animals get to be so old. That's simply because I try to have
my clients feed their pets right in the first place."
R. GEOFFREY BRODERICK, D.V.M.: "My greatest goal is to be known not for what I've
cured and controlled, but for what I've prevented."
NINO ALORO, D.V.M.: "Even the so-called 'sickly' pet can get to live a long, healthy
life with the proper diet."