Your pet’s life doesn’t need to be filled with chronic conditions, expensive vet bills, and invasive, painful treatments.
You can give them something better.
Conventional veterinary medicine often causes more harm than good, though you’d never know it behind the white lab coats, fancy drugs, and polished smiles.
Most people just do what their vet says, following them blindly, paying for every procedure, feeding them pills for years at a time, and even spending thousands of unnecessary dollars for surgeries your pet doesn't need.
Every year, the cost of healthcare for your pet increases. Do you think that is an accident?
Conventional veterinary medicine traps you and your pet in an endless cycle of sickness and treatment, putting more and more money into the pockets of the companies that benefit most from the conditions, illnesses, and diseases that afflict your pet.
But, finally, people are realizing that enough is enough. They are tired of their pets staying sick, remaining unhealthy, and dying prematurely, robbing them of years with their beloved companion.
How do I know?
I was once one of those conventional veterinarians.
Grab Dr. Thomas and Bring the needles!
Before becoming a holistic veterinarian, I owned one of the largest pet hospitals in the Northwest United States. I had dabbled in eastern veterinary medicine but hadn’t really tried it in my practice yet. I was too attached to conventional thinking and scared to open my mind to new possibilities. But all that changed one fateful day.
One day, a dog came in, having uncontrollable seizures. Normally, we’d pump them full of phenobarbital, a highly toxic drug, to knock them out, put them under anesthesia, and slow the brain enough to stop their seizing.
Unfortunately, we never knew what would happen when the dog would wake back up.
Often, the seizures would kick in again, and we'd have to pump them full of the same toxic stuff to start the process over. Sometimes, this would go on and on, and we would have to go through the same cycle over and over again.
This is the standard practice to this day, and it is dangerous, expensive, and invasive.
One day, while we were getting the phenobarbital ready, I decided to try something different.
I ran out to my car, grabbed my acupuncture needles, and put one in the appropriate spot I’d recently learned, holding my breath to see what would happen.
Immediately, the seizure stopped. Within 2 seconds, the dog went from uncontrolled seizures to completely calm, all with a needle. No drugs, no injections, nothing else.
About twenty people were in the room when this happened, and we all froze in place. No one could believe what happened.
I remember thinking, “Oh my God, this actually works!”
From then on, throughout the hospital, we abandoned Phenobarbital completely, choosing a simple needle instead.
A simple acupuncture point became our “go-to” treatment instead of toxic medicine, and it worked flawlessly, stopping seizures every single time without complications or causing problems for the pet down the road.
Since that time, I’ve become a worldwide expert in holistic medicine.
I’ve helped dogs heal from everything from seizures to paralysis to cancer. I’ve helped free cats from chronic allergies and kidney disease.
Eventually, I closed my “conventional” practice completely, as I discovered that I could help more pets achieve better health by embracing the best of both east and west. I began to supplement, and eventually replace much was taught in veterinary school with this new holistic model.
In the years since I've closed my conventional practice, I’ve written a book, appeared as a guest on radio shows, and consulted with pet caretakers worldwide, helping thousands of pets, many of whom had been failed by the conventional approach to veterinary medicine.
If there is one thing I’ve learned in decades of doing this, you don’t need to rely on a veterinarian to help your pet live a healthy and happy life. With some guidance, you can do what I do for your pet in the comfort of your own home.
I’ve been teaching people how to carve out a new, better, holistic pathway to health and well-being for their pet.