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The Conference Began
April 8th

An Opportunity for Permanent Access

VIP PACKAGE

* 36 recordings from the Veterinarians for Holistic Transformation 

Conference

Dr. Judy Morgan

Part 1: Three Ways to Save Money While Saving Your Pet's Life

Vaccinations – how often are they needed? You will be surprised at what we are doing wrong. And an intro into the issue with commercial food.

Part 2: Three Ways to Save Money While Saving Your Pet's Life

See how Dr. Judy makes her food. What to feed and what pesticides do – many of flea medications have severe side effects.

Dr. Angie Krause

Part 1: How to Pick a Pet Food

Find out the ins and outs of picking food – what we need to consider when making a choice.

Part 2: Elevating Your Pet’s Food on a Budget

An Easy Way to Reduce Your Pet’s Risk of Cancer

Dr. Christina Chambreau

Part 1: Finding and Keeping a Great Holistic Vet

How can you find a holistic veterinarian that matches what you want? Where can you source them and how can you work with one that doesn’t match your every requirement?

Part 2:  How to Direct the Care with Your Vet

Don’t forget – YOU are the one in charge of your pet’s health. YOU decide what is done. Begin by assessing your skill level. And, then assess the skill level of the vet you want to use.

Dr. Janet Roark

Part 1: Becoming a Healer in Your Home

Dr. Janet shows you how we can use essential oils in our pets. One point is how safe they are, and we can see how they get absorbed. You can use them for behavior!

Part 2:Holistic Flea Prevention

Dr. Janet tells us what we can use to control fleas and ticks. Think of soaking collars with essential oils.

Liza Weaver

Part 1: Treat the Root Cause Versus Chasing Symptoms

Liza delves into a method of feeding that addresses the root cause of any disorder versus chasing symptoms. Part of it is using the Traditional Chinese Medicine principles of warming and cooling foods.

Part 2: Delving into the Nutritional Foundation

Liza looks at how food can be warmed or cooled to suit the condition that the patient has. A new perspective on how to pick foods. See how a higher protein and fat food can boost health..

Eleni Gkikakis

Part 1: What's next after you hear: “There is nothing more we can do?”

A wonderful, inspiring talk about hope and how communication can assist. Ever thought that there could be a better way? Eleni tells us about her horse and a cat that she talked to as examples.

Part 2: A whole new world of possibilities!

Find out what are the possibilities and how to merge them with the care you are already getting. You can see the passion that Eleni has for this topic!

Christine Noble Seller

Part 1: What is Possible through Animal Communication?

What is Possible through Animal Communication?

Part 2: I'm considering learning animal communication. Is there training you recommend?

Anyone can do it. Christine shows us what you can do to learn animal communication.

Chelsea Kent

Part 1: How Diet Can Improve or Poison Health

Chelsea reveals some of the ways that diet (and environment) can affect health. It is amazing what testing can reveal!

Part 2: How Does Food Impact Hormones?

Chelsea looks at how to do hair analysis and what great things it can tell us. It can tell us the status of the hormones and lead to it being diagnosed and then treated.

Ingrid King
Part 1: Feeding Your Cat for Optimal Health

What do cats need to fulfill them? What is the problem seen in commercial cat foods?

Part 2: What Options You Have for Feeding Cats

Ingrid looks at the healthiest way to feed cats

Dr. Meghan Barrett

Part 1: Harmonious Homes: Exploring the Importance of Sound Awareness for Pet Owners

Why did Dr. Meghan get into sound therapy and how did she do it? A fascinating story. See what impact sound can have on pets

Part 2: Healing Harmonies: Utilizing Sound Therapy for Pets' Well-being

Dr. Meghan shows us how sound can affect pets, physically and emotionally. And, what sounds are the best?

Dr. Rob Silver

Part 1: Understanding Allergic Pets and Delving into Gut Health.

Doc Rob reviews allergies and how to diagnose them. Did you know that there is a difference between fish oils in how allergic they are? And, how you can limit reactions through injectable or oral hyposensitization.

Part 2 Supporting the Allergic Pet with Mushrooms, Cannabis, and a Healthy Digestive System.

Doc Rob Silver delves into how we can treat allergies – the most common ailment we see in pets. Also, he puts it in a holistic perspective. He looks at avoidance – needs to pin down if inhalant or food allergy. Testing to differentiate inhaled or food allergies, and of course, treatment. The stars are CBD and mushrooms.

Dr. Andrew Jones

Part 1: Introduction to Holistic Home Remedies

Dr. Jones looks at some home remedies you can try, including DMSO, some natural antibiotics, quercetin, slippery elm, and castor oil.

Part 2: Further Exploration into Holistic Home Remedies You Can Use

Dr. Jones continues his talk and suggests many more home remedies. They include homemade shampoo, an alternative allergy medication, green tea rinse, canasten, coconut oil, and things to avoid cancer. For the latter – dandelion root, fenbendazole comes to mind.

Julie Anne Lee, DCH, RCSHom

Part 1: Navigating the Transition from Conventional to Holistic Veterinary Medicine

Julie Anne reveals how you can decide what type of veterinarian you should be getting for you. Lots of ideas on how to screen the veterinarian to see if s/he is the one you want.

Part 2: How to Advocate for your Animal and Build your Holistic Healthcare Team

 Julie Anne looks at how to work with your veterinarian for the best outcome.

Anke Herrman

Part 1: Trust your Magnificent Mind and Tap into Innate Confidence and Intuition

Anke looks at when she adopted a street dog and the immense decisions she had to make. She then looked at how to make decisions using intuition

Part 2: How to stop second-guessing yourself!

Anke shows us how we can make the best decisions and not regret it!

Miranda Alcott, MA CHH

Part 1: Animal Communication Through Stories

Miranda, an animal communicator, shows us what she has learned from animals and how the stories impact the owner. See what the cat said!

Part 2: Do Animal Communication Yourself

Find out how you can communicate with animals with a specially designed exercise. It could take you down a new path!

Penny Zoolittle

Part 1: Holistic Health - a Paradigm Shift in Pet Care

Penny shows us that health is not a drug, a vet, or therapy. It is correcting imbalances so that we can “Dying Young as Late as Possible”.

Part 2: Steps to a Preventative Lifestyle for a Greater YouthSpan

Penny looks at specific tools that can help us extend our pets’ lifespan and health span.

Dody Tyneway Robi

Part 1: What Should we be Feeding Our Cats?

Dody looks at what we need to feed cats and how best to meet their needs.

Part 2: How Can We Feed Our Cats (Recipes)

Dody shows us how a diet can be formulated and then shows us in real time how she makes cat food. It isn’t that hard.

 

*The 9 Holistic Recordings

Day 1 Food – What to Avoid

Day 2  No Regular Vaccines

Day 3 Ditch the Deleterious Flea Killers

Day 4 The Perfect Diet for Cats and Dogs

Day 5 A Holistic Shampoo for Smelly Skin

Day 6 Flea Control with Essential Oils

Day 7 Holistic Arthritis Treatment

Day 8 Preventing Bladder Problems

Day 9 What to do if your Pet has a Seizure

PREMIUM PACKAGE

* All 36 recordings from the Veterinarians for Holistic Transformation Conference 

(see description for VIP package)

*The 9 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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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).

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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.

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Section 8 - Case Reports of Cat Diseases

Same as the previous lesson but the focus is on cat ailments.

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Section 9 - Poisonings

A run-through of the different things that can poison cats and dogs (there are real differences).

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