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An Opportunity for Permanent Access
* 27 recordings from the Holistic Shelter and Rescue Care Conference
A hands-on harmonizing sequence (Jin Shin Jyutsu) to help an animal let go of Fear
Want to boost your bond and calm your pet? Adele Leas shows you how to do Jin Shin Jyutsu – a Japanese technique to release tension.
Sheltering is an Active Verb
Acupressure is a simple technique and you can learn where to put your fingers to calm the animal.
Ana Maria Vasquez
Animals as Messengers for Rescue Workers
Have you seen the high attrition rate amongst people that work with animals? It is a huge problem and the animals themselves can help us work through it.
Andrea Ring, DCH
Dealing with the Unbalanced Animal through Homeopathics
Want to know what homeopathics can be used in animals that show behavioral issues in the shelter? See this wonderful guide and lesson you can use right away.
Dr. Andrew Jones
Top 10 Remedies to Help Pets
Want to know a simple holistic treatment for kennel cough? A way to make up your own shampoo? Find out the 10 top holistic remedies from Dr. Andrew Jones.
Cathrine S. Cornwall-Nyquist
Holistic Animal Welfare for the Big Cats
Want to know how a big cat shelter is managed? And see how communication plays an important role?
The Simplicity of Going Holistic in Shelters
Chelsea, who runs a small shelter, delves into simple ways to use holistic methods in the care of your animals. Explore feeding and parasite control as well as helping the dog behaviorally.
Christine Noble Seller
Communication with Rescue and Shelter Animals: What They Want You to Know
How can animal communicators help in shelters. A special tip – ask what name they like to be called.
Dr. Debbie Singer
Demystifying Misconceptions of Biting and Scratching From a Cat Vet and Cat Communicator
Does your cat bite or scratch out of the blue? Why does s/he do that? Get the answers from a communicator.
Intuitive Communication and how it can Help Shelter Animals and even Avoid Euthanasia
Imagine talking to a lion to help him understand why they wanted to remove a tooth. And unravelling a case of a dog that turned aggressive and how it was solved.
Holistic Tails from a Gentle Barnyard
What a great place! Imagine animal healing coupled with giving people hope. Meet Delilah the cow, the oldest cuddle turkey, and learn what cow hugging is.
How Alternative Therapies are Incorporated into Saffyre Sanctuary
How can you make decisions on what to do with the horses in your sanctuary? Communication of course!
Dr. Hubert Karreman
Sources of Meat for Feeding Raw and a Large Animal Vet’s Take on Vaccines
Want to feed raw? Dr. Karreman has some ideas for you to cut costs. Also, some large animal views (think herd) on vaccines for pets.
A Tour of a Greek Shelter
Want to try group housing for the dogs? This Greek shelter is doing it, and by using holistic methods and animal communication, is having better outcomes.
Jan Allegretti, D.Vet.Hom.
The Holistic Medicine Chest: Natural Remedies to Treat Common Illnesses and Injuries in the Shelter or at Home
Why would you incorporate holistic treatments into a shelter? One reason is lower cost, but there are others as well. and how would you begin in the world of homeopathy?
Scrap the Exam and use BEAM
Want to improve adoption rates? Dr. Jeff looks at how to evaluate them and make individual improvement using the BEAM system.
Animal Communication for Healing in Rescues and Shelters
Joan Ranquet has a simple solution to help the animals get adopted. Explore EFT (Tapping) and as well as benefit from Joan’s long-standing relationship to shelters.
Julie Anne Lee , DCH, RCSHom
Putting Alternative into Helping Animals
You want to benefit the animals but you are unsure of how to begin. Look at what you are doing now and assess it to help the animals.
Dr. Lisa Winters
Feeding a Cat Naturally
Canned pumpkin woks great for cats with constipation. And what is the best to feed cats naturally?
Creating Harmony and Calm in Your Home
Got a nervous dog or cat? Liz tells us how to approach changing the behavior, all beginning with us. Find out how to calm yourself.
The Easiest Way to feed Raw
Want to feed raw but you area overwhelmed by the detail? Liza boils it down to a simple formula and an easy way to get started. Raw Feeding for Dummies!
Dr. Michael Dym
Vaccination Ideas to Boost Health
Want to avoid vaccine injury? Dr. Dym reviews how we can do that in simple ways.
Dr. Odette Suter
Sterilization: It’s Impact on Health and Alternatives to help maximize animals’ health worldwide.
Have you heard that sterilization can cause issues? Dr. Suter reviews the facts and then offers alternatives to surgery.
How to do a Vaccine Detox
Want to know how to do a vaccine detox? It really isn’t that hard once you know how.
Volunteers – the Lifeblood of Shelters
Do you value volunteers? Patty looks at how to keep them working and stimulated rather than losing them.
Penny – Dr. Zoolittle
Bringing Holistic Care into Shelters
How can we start with holistic care? Dr. Zoolittle shows us why we want to do that and simple steps to begin the path.
Animal Rescue Aided by Communication
Ever wondered what a lion, hyena, or baboon would say? Could you get them to help you get along with them?
*The 10 Holistic Recordings
- simple things you can do to go the holistic route TODAY!
Preliminary Adverse Effects of Vaccinations
Day 1 How to Start Feeding Raw
Day 2 Dangers of Popular Flea Products
Day 3 One Vaccine and Done – a new Approach
Day 4 Detoxing – What Diet to Feed?
Day 5 Treating Arthritis Holistically
Day 6 A Homemade Diet for Dogs and Cats
Day 7 Titers – Only Need to do One
Day 8 The Obesity Epidemic and Solutions
Day 9 Vaccination versus Immunization – Why it Fails
Day 9 What is the right Diet for an Allergic Dog or Cat?
* All 27 recordings from the Holistic Care, Happy Pets Conference (see description for VIP package)
*The 10 Holistic Recordings
(see description for VIP package)
*The C****D Bunker Course.
A course designed for people unable to get to see their veterinarian for regular services during lockdown in the pandemic. It grew from there to a critique of how we do veterinary care in pets.
The topics of the five webinars include:
- C****D and Pets – Does C****D infect pets and are we at risk from them?
- Parasites – Do we need a heartworm test prior to starting heartworm preventives? Short answer - NO.
- Vaccination – Why do we vaccinate so often and what can we do instead?
- Nutrition – What foods create health in dogs? Which ones don’t? See a sample homemade recipe.
- Emergency Care – Common Conditions you can help with. Be your dog's first responder.
* The Pet First Responder Course
Use this course to help your dog or cat. It consists of written notes and over 6 hours of webinars.
Why do you need a pet first aid course? Simply, to save a life. If you are prepared for a medical emergency, there is a better chance you can pull your friend through. This course is designed to help guide you through what to do if faced with an emergency involving your four-legged friend. It is emergency preparedness at its best. You will learn what to do, and just as importantly, what not to do.
My wish is to save lives. If you have the same goal, you can do it by learning this material. Also, if you work with dogs or cats, this will show your clients that you care and that you can help out if an emergency arises with the companions in your care.
Permanent access. Includes admission to the Zoom meetings and intensives that highlight the use of the first aid principles.
Section 1 – Your Role as a First Responder
I introduce you to first aid and describe a first aid kit that you can make at home. You will also see how to protect yourself, including muzzling techniques.
Section 2 – Treating Dogs and Cats
I review treatment techniques. You’ll learn how to give injections, clean and treat ears, and how to administer medications of all types.
Section 3 – The Primary Assessment – Checking Vitals
I teach you how to do a primary assessment. This helps you decide if you need to institute first aid, if you have to get to the veterinarian, or if it can wait. You assess using a TPR (temperature-pulse-respiration), gum color and hydration. And, a trick on how to use a stethoscope.
Section 4 – Conditions: Cuts and Bandaging, Allergies, Eye Emergencies, Fractures, Poisonings, Bloat, Blocked Cats and Choking
Lots here to look at. Learn what to do with cuts (bandaging), allergic reactions, eye ailments, fractures, and if your cat is blocked or dog bloated.
Section 5 - Too Cold, Too Hot, Shock, Vomiting and Diarrhea and Seizures
We delve into seizures, vomiting and diarrhea, as well as hyperthermia and burns and the opposite, freezing and hypothermia. Add in a lesson on when to use a cat laxative.
Section 6 – Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
This is a complete CPR course consisting of five in-depth webinars and text documents based on the most current knowledge from the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care.
You’ll learn how the heart works and how breathing is controlled. Then, you’ll learn the ABCs. This is followed by instructions on cardiac and thoracic chest compressions – how fast and how hard, and how you add in breathing. It ends by covering the risks of CPR and looking at when we do a do-not-resuscitate (DNR).
Section 7 - Case Reports of Dog Diseases
This is a series of cases and descriptions so you can see how to put your learning to work. Dr. jeff is always adding to this.
Section 8 - Case Reports of Cat Diseases
Same as the previous lesson but the focus is on cat ailments.
Section 9 - Poisonings
A run-through of the different things that can poison cats and dogs (there are real differences).