Stop The Abuse and Stop Making Them Suffer!

stop the abuse and stop making them suffer

Stop The Abuse and Stop Making Them Suffer

Dr. Andrew Jones with a very special friend

Andrew was, as a young boy, an animal lover and caregiver for the family farm animals and pets.  As he grew to be a young man somewhere in Canada he decided to become a veterinarian. In Vet school he saw many things that did not make sense in the common sense way of things. The one thought he had recurrently was to “stop the abuse and stop making them suffer”.

He saw many other things that troubled him in the honest way of things. I am introducing him in this way because I really don’t know his whole story, but just a few of the basics.

I know that he changed his mind about the “normal” veterinarian care he was administering in his vet practice and according to the school of animal medicine and surgery that he had graduated from.

After becoming and filling the shoes of his original calling, Andrew Jones, DVM, or Dr. Jones decided to become more true to the pledge of his heart, and more loyal to all of his clients, all animals; those animals that he had grown up and loved so dearly. He guaranteed that he would stop the abuse and stop making them suffer for the sake of wearing the title of a doctor or veterinarian.

very little goat
baby goat from farm

He would have to be an extreme and true animal lover in order to go to, and graduate from 4 to 6 years of college, and then another 4 years of veterinary school while he tended to all kinds of animals;  peoples’ pets, and other breeds of animals such as those from the farms and even possibly a few wild animals once in a while.


cow, calf, and milk

But there are thousands of souls like Andrew Jones who head off to college, grad school, and then animal medical school every year, because  they love animals and want to be able to help them, right?  But these thousands of people who truly love animals get to animal medical school and kind of look at one another when they are told to prolong the life of the animal at any expense.

Especially if the expense belongs to that of the animals owner.  And believe me, there are all kinds of ways to get people to pay for this kind of medical treatment, even if the medical care that they have to mortgage their home for or they are forced to take a 29% loan on a credit card, doesn’t always work.

the vet who killed my dog

I have to tell about my sweet little girl who, because of her breed, had many health issues. One of them was her itchy dermatitis skin. So itchy for her that it drove her crazy and me insane trying to find something that would work for her. We were determined that in order to help her or any other dog with dermatitis, that we had to stop the abuse and stop making them suffer by continuing to give them medications that did nothing in the long run but to cause life threatening problems; she had been on cortisone for at least two years.

So I did everything this vet told me to do. She got clean bedding every night. I bought her the prescription diet that looked like it was made out of tree grindings and glue and it had no animal flavoring or smell to it but cost almost $4 a can. The vet had her taking cortisone which we all know is not something that can be taken for very long.

I was taking her to the vet at Pet Smart; the big box pet clinic inside of the store. They talked me into purchasing doggy insurance because of her illness. But in my heart, I had no idea that what the vet was doing; but it became obvious that the treatment was totally wrong for her. And undoubtedly she was treating other dogs the same way, if this is how she treated dermatitis.

Then the vet assistant mentioned that there was a pill that could be given to her that totally took away all the itchiness. She guaranteed that my baby would never itch again after she started taking this new medication.  Hmm, I wondered how come our all knowledgeable vet didn’t come up with this idea.

We asked the vet about it and she told us that she could give it to our baby girl but probably not until she had totally stopped taking the cortisone. So we couldn’t wait to give it a try and decided we had to put her through this horrible bout of itchiness to get her to a spot where she could start the new medication. She was going to be miserable coming off of the cortisone.

But then when we asked the vet the best way to go about it, she said she had done some further investigating and that we could go ahead and give her the first dose of this medication and that it didn’t matter about her current medications.

That night I watched my sweet little girl just lying there, not moving, not wanting to get up, not wanting to go for a walk. This was not my girl so I called the vet and told them something was wrong; they needed to see her right away. But they explained that it might just be a side effect of the medication and to just keep watchful eye on her.

my dog died last week
My Staffy Terrier

Later, just before bed, my son said come on girl, let’s go potty and he made her get up to go out back to go potty. She was moving very slowly and when she got to the porch, she fell over and she was dying, gasping for breath. My heart was wrenching in my chest; this wasn’t supposed to happen.

We wrapped our girl up in a blanket and carried her out to the car and to the ER Vet right up the street but by the time we got her there, she was gone. She was only 7 years old and a beautiful little girl.

Not a day goes by that I don’t think of her and she is one of the main reasons that I have chosen to write this blog. If we had only been more cognizant of the fact that these vets are in it for pushing the medications, making the big bucks for the store they work for.

If only I had known that there were vets out there like Dr. Jones. My poor little girl was probably frightened out of her head and I feel very responsible for her death. Needless to say, I have not replaced her yet; it has been almost five years ago now.

The reason for telling this story about my dog and what the vets did or didn’t do, is that I want you’ll out there to know that there are vets out there that don’t have a clue about real veterinarian medicine and shouldn’t be practicing. The vet assistant had more information that the DVM had. She was clueless it seemed.

A new medication comes out and there was too little information about it ‘we[ l to stop the abuse and stop making them suffer. My little girl had to die because of the vet and big pharmacy.

The vet from the pet megastore Pet Smart was one of those big box vets and I did accuse her of getting her veterinarian license on the internet instead of going to medical school like Dr. Jones did; putting in countless hours to become a vet.

It seemed like this woman at the Wellness clinic hadn’t done anything except to experiment on my dog and I did accuse her of killing my dog! She wanted me to come in and speak with her but I was afraid that I would attack her had she been in front of me at that time. My heart was hurting so bad that I could barely breath.

While owning his vet clinic, Dr. Jones witnessed what he thought were many different “atrocities” such as what had killed my dog, taking place against animals.  Even while he was trying to maintain the “oath” he had taken while in school he had guaranteed to stop the abuse and stop making them suffer because of not enough information when new drugs were released.

brand new tiny puppy
brand new pup just born

In order for him to obtain his veterinarian license, he had been forced to learn and follow through with a few practices that he thought as questionable. He couldn’t help but feel that there was something desperately wrong with trying to prolong a life when what should have been was the end of any “normal animals’ life”.

This wasn’t necessarily caring for sick animals who still had long viable lives yet to live, or those that had been abused or mistreated by an owner either. These things he worried about and felt forced to do, were even more awful.

He then developed a new motto for his vet health care;

stop the abuse and stop making them suffer

Like the time when he felt forced to prolong the life of a fifteen year old, neutered, male dog that had been diagnosed with bone cancer.

This dog had lived a long and happy life with his family and now he had bone cancer. The humane thing to do was to help end this dogs’ life, quietly, and with no pain.

But while in school, he had been taught that instead of ending the life of this old family pet, that as a doctor, he should suggest to the family that they amputate the dog’s back leg and then while the elderly male dog was recovering from that surgery, he should also put the animal through a long series of the cancer killing chemotherapy treatments that “might” prolong its life.

The family of this poor dog, especially the kids (they loved their dog) would  then be forced to make a very expensive choice and it wouldn’t sit right if they didn’t chose to make the more costly choice.

As an animal care giver and growing up on the family farm, Andrew had learned that “ending the life of an animal who had lived a long and purpose filled life”, was not only the humane thing to do, it was also the right thing to do.

Even now and even though he was an esteemed colleague with a highly sought after position in the field of animal care and surgery, he found he also had to make a decision. One that found him dangling between a rock and a hard place.  He found that he could no longer pressure people like you and I to spend every penny that we had, or to even go into debt, to put our pets through an impossible life saving journey.

He could no longer, in good conscience ask people like us to put our faith in him to make our decisions or to keep spending money for his unneeded talents.

And so it was with Andrew Jones DVM who lives in his home town somewhere in Canada.  But he has changed his position from Veterinarian, Dr. Andrew Jones DVM, to a Naturopathic Veterinarian.

Yes, he did move from his position as a DVM into Natural Animal Care and is now healing your dogs and cats today, many of them with only dog and cat acupressure.

Dr. Jones has also directed and added to his list of instructional videos for you and I to view and purchase, the largest acupressure instructional video to date.

In the video we are able to view how to perform acupressure on our dog or our cat, correctly. This includes all of the acupressure points for: asthma, arthritis, allergies, bloat, CPR, vomiting, diarrhea, pain, seizures, organ dysfunction, immune stimulation, anxiety and more. He uses these acupressure points on pets like ours to heal them and more often than not, acupressure is the only thing needed. No pills, no syrups, no surgeries, nothing but acupressure.

This was Dr. Jones’ way to stop the abuse and stop making them suffer and it works better than any pill or surgery.

He offers this instructional video as a “14 week” acupressure training course. Easy to follow along as Dr. Jones leads us through each of the pressure points while showing us how it affects our pets as we apply the treatment. We couldn’t ask for a better piece of training.

Kona passed away; he was the family dog

Stop the abuse and stop making them suffer! Wouldn’t you like to understand exactly how this acupressure could help your pet who has been diagnosed with degenerative joint disease or arthritis as we know it?

This is only an example of how to use acupressure and the benefits that your pet will get from using it! It is not a diagnosis, it is not a prescription for any form of drug or surgery.

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Oh my aching back legs!

But it is a small thing that you and I can learn to heal our pets completely by administering. It is a way to help our pet and alleviate much of the pain that they are enduring with the arthritis they are suffering from!

You can “stop the abuse and stop making them suffer” yourself! You love them right? Would you put your spouse or kids through this kind of pain if you could do something about it?

What would you do now if you had a pet who was so crippled by arthritis and you know you are running out of the medication for him. elderly dog

But now it has been some time since you have taken your pet to your vet. However, this morning, the poor dog is so stiff, especially stiff and sore on his arthritic leg.

You need some more anti-inflammatory medication (pain killers) for the dog, but the vet won’t give you another prescription until you take your dog into see them, which costs another $75 for an exam by the vet. (Isn’t that the way it always is)?

Even when you take your dog to the vet; SURPRISE; the vet says that you need some “highly priced”, but he doesn’t say “potentially harmful” NON STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORIES (NSAIDS). What can you do for your poor dog? Every time the dog takes a step, he lets out a little yelp. You don’t dare give him your own pain meds, or can you?

  • Well you could give the dog over-the-counter NSAIDS (this is Aspirin). Dog aspirin dosage is 325 mg for 40 lbs of animal, twice a day. CAUTION: Long term would be a NO-NO.
  • You could go to the VET, and pay the $75 to get the prescription you really might need; again, long term is a NO-NO.
  • Or you could learn basic acupressure which could be used daily, at any time, with no side effects; to alleviate all pain and stiffness.

According to Dr. Andrew, the easiest thing for you to do right here and now, especially if you don’t have the $75, and even if you did, you can’t get in to see the vet until next week? Become your own homeopathic vet for arthritis!

Besides the fact you can’t get in to see your vet, you find out that you have already maxed out your Care Credit Card (or is that Synchrony Bank now?) and you still owe a payment for this month so they won’t let you charge right now anyway; so what now? Become your own homeopathic vet and soothe your dog’s arthritic back legs yourself.

Or you have the money to make the extra payment but you already have something else important to use the $75 for. So unless you are extremely well to do (rich) and are sitting financially like most of us, there has to be another way.


Dr. Andrew is willing to tell and show you how to fix this situation, right now; here you go.

old dog with a walkerBut first, if the pain is severe, and you know it is if your dog is whimpering or if he is making noise when trying to walk? Go ahead and give them the aspirin (not Tylenol, not Advil). Again, that is 325 mg for 40 lbs of animal, twice a day. CAUTION: Long term would be a NO-NO. Besides, you won’t need it long term for this problem.

By using Acupressure on the “Aspirin Joint” you can stop the abuse and STOP making them suffer!

animated dog saying it's massage time

“The Aspirin Joint” is the easiest joint for you to locate and also the best way to start this kind of treatment. Your dog has arthritis in his back legs; at least this was the diagnosis. dog hock joint

On the outside webbing of a dog’s hock joint (the joint that is just a little above the back feet) There is a joint and a webbing of skin that you can easily feel at that joint. The webbing of skin is just above the actual joint. Put your index finger on the outer side of this web of skin using moderate pressure, hold only 60 seconds.

Do this 3 times a day for 7 days. This is the whole treatment and it was virtually pain free for your dog, emotionally relieving for you, and financially it was a MIRACLE.

the back of a dog's back leg; hock joint and above that is skin webbing to acupressure
the back of a dog’s back leg, the hock joint, and the webbing of skin is just above that joint

Assess your dogs condition periodically to see if it has been helpful for your dog. I bet you will find that you have made your dog quite happy by simply spending a few minutes applying this technique every day.

Please take a moment to come back and let us know if this has been helpful for your dog(s). We are very anxious to hear from you.

Click here to go to the order page for the whole “Acupressure Treatment” video. I think that you will find it is the least expensive, most non-invasive treatment that your dog (or cat) will ever need.

If you would like to learn more about Dr. Andrew Jones and the amazing homeopathic remedies that he has developed and offers; here is the website address.

You can take your time and read all about his opinions, the meal supplements he has developed, his beliefs about homeopathic veterinarian care and medicine and why he truly switched midstream from ripping people off, performing unnecessary surgeries, writing unnecessary prescriptions, and how he truly cares about the animals that he treats and their owners. >> Dr. Andrew Jones DVM

Thanks for stopping by to find out more about your pets and the world that they deserve to live in.

Get Help From Dr. Andrew Jones; Veterinarian

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Get Help From Dr. Andrew Jones; Veterinarian

Get help from Dr. Andrew Jones; veterinarian. He is our homeopathic vet. He has mountains of homeopathic remedies, videos he made himself with pets at his clinic, a clinic on how to do acupressure for many medical maladies such as arthritis, allergies, pain control, etc.

He was a really well known established medical “veterinarian”.  Get help from Dr. Andrew Jones; veterinarian! He still is a certified vet, it’s just that he has become a more concerned veterinary doctor who believes in the more natural side of medicine even though he graduated from animal medical school and was very distinguished in his Canadian hometown and surrounding areas.

But he gave it all up to become something of a hero as far as we are concerned. He no longer prescribes medications that are not needed. He no longer performs surgeries that will do nothing. He no longer makes up a condition for a pet owner to pay for when the money is not available so they have to seek funds by borrowing or mortgaging their homes.

Somehow we lost touch with Dr. Jones but I found him one day by Googling him and got a different URL; yeah we made it back to you doc.

I have included his URL link right here again so that you can click right from this post if you want to reconnect too, that is if you lost him as well.  You can also simply click his name in the menu when you open my website and you will be taken directly to his website.

I have included some of the products that many newcomers should blaze in to purchase. But if you were used to using my website to get your pet supplements; they are here also for quick linking. Get help from Dr. Andrew Jones; veterinarian. We made it back, so you can get right back into those supplements and treatments too.

It is going to take me a while to go through every one of my posts here in my site and fix all of the broken links. I have a whole lot of information here at this site, so forgive me if it takes a while. Take a look below for any of the more common products that you were using before we lost touch. The products haven’t changed too much and the prices haven’t either, which is great to hear.

I am very sorry if any of this has inconvenienced any of you during the past six months. It was really more than troublesome for me too!

I have two cats who were using his Ultimate Feline Health Formula. I researched to find him and to get help from Dr. Andrew Jones; veterinarian for myself and for you too.

Thank all of you for your support.



No house with cats should be without this supplement formula.
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Dr. Jones’ Ultimate Feline can help your cat with many different health issues.

Here are the top five reasons for you to purchase Ultimate Feline for all of your kitties!


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Here are the top six reasons for you to purchase Dr. Jones Ultimate Canine Health Formula for your dog(s)!

Any house with pets; this book is a must.  The complete first aid for pets. Get this book and you get first hand instructions on how to treat your dog or cat with emergency first aid treatment!  Pet First Aid Secrets; Complete Canine and Feline First Aid Manual by Dr. Andrew Jones DVM

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Thanks for coming to learn a bit more about our homeopathic vet; who by the way, is a real DVM or Doctor of Veterinary Medicine!  Dr. Andrew Jones. He is a distinguished author as well as a distinguished medical doctor for all your pet needs!

If you have any questions that need answers right away, I can generally send him a quick question and get some form of answer. However, you could sign up to be someone on the inside of his inner circle too and be included in his free webinars, forums, etc!

If you need that URL, let me know in the comments box below.

Take care and thanks again for coming by to read!

Do you have a bad dog

Ignoring Your Dog Could Get You Busted!

Summer is the worst time of year for your pets; their skin needs extra attention at this time of year.  Ignoring your dog could get you busted.  I watched as a woman was arrested for ignoring her dog’s grooming; her dog was in really bad shape underneath all of his fur.  She didn’t seem to care much either which did not set well with the animal police.


Your dog may be suffering from skin irritations especially if he has long hair or a heavy coat. If your dog is licking excessively, biting, or scratching at particular parts of their body (my girl is killing her feet), there could be an allergy problem or possibly some kind of skin irritation. Dogs with longer fur or thicker coats are more susceptible to skin issues like hot spots.  Dogs with longer and thicker coats also stand to get matted fur much easier.  This may take a daily combing and if the matts cannot be resolved, make sure to clip them out before they become a real problem.  It is these kinds of problems that are trivial to you but ignoring your dog could get you busted faster than a speeding ticket.  People look upon this kind of care as abuse.  Get help with all of these issues from Dr. Andrew Jones, the online vet and his FREE downloadable ebook.
If you notice that your dog is giving excessive attention to areas of their body, or even possibly an odor coming from their skin, you will want to begin a sincere grooming regime right away, if you do not already have one in place.  Grooming is something that should be done, hopefully, on a daily basis.  Don’t ignore pet grooming;


There is most always an underlying skin problem associated with this excessive licking and scratching.  Usually always, my little girl’s ears are in need of attention as well as her feet; they get smelly too.  She gets exceptionally itchy if she goes longer than a week for her bathing.  She lies on her tummy and pulls herself back and forth to scratch her tummy.  She also sits on her bottom and turns in circles to scratch her bum.  These symptoms can be the cause of anything from allergies, bad or no grooming, fleas or mosquitoes, parasites, ticks, and other insect bites (spiders, etc.). This itchy skin can certainly be, and most likely is, the cause of great discomfort for your pup. Cats tend to be a little less troubled by these issues. Learn how to care for your pets dermatitis or other skin issues in his Free ebook, Veterinary Secrets Revealed here.



You may need to give your pooch extra fatty acids to help with the condition of their skin. These essential fatty acids are in foods with high concentrations of Omega 3 or you may purchase a supplement alone; Salmon oil is easy to give in capsules.  My girl loves the taste once I poke small holes in the capsule; then I have no problem getting her to swallow the capsule full of PURE OMEGA 3.  I purchase a bottle of this Salmon oil online once a month to ensure I am getting fresh product for both of us.  It is an inexpensive high quality product.  I purchase it once a month online at  My pooch and I have this ritual every morning; we take our vitamins or supplements while eating our breakfast together.  I try to make sure that she gets her fish oil with food. I prefer the Salmon Oil to Cod Liver Oil, which is what my mother made us take when we were kids by the spoon full.  YUK!


Actually, I have been purchasing all of my vitamins, supplements, minerals, and herbs at  Their prices are reasonable, they have quality products that are fresh, pure, and organic.  Shipping is free most of the time, plenty of discounts, and lots of support. I love purchasing everything I need online because I hate fighting traffic and crowds on the weekends.  When I have the time; I simply hate to go shopping.



I believe that some pet food companies are integrating flax seed into their more expensive foods.  But most commercial pet foods usually lack ample fatty acids, not enough to make a difference anyway.  I forgot, my little girl can’t tolerate flax seeds either.  Her skin develops what look like lumps underneath her coat and the only reason that I can see them is because she has very short hair. This rash outbreak happens about thirty minutes after she ingests the seeds.


I didn’t purchase the commercial pet food first; I gave her flax seeds to see what happened.  I sprinkled a teaspoon over the top of her RAW food to test them first.  Thirty minutes later, she had those lumps or hives all over her back.  I was happy because I don’t normally buy prepared commercial food for her anymore.  A whole bag of that stuff would have been an absolute waste.  My girl gets the Raw Food diet and we are both very happy with it.


A RawFoodDiet can be found in the downloadable ebook that is free, written by Dr. Andrew Jones.  I have been pushing you to download his ebook, not only because it is free but he is the only online vet that I know of who has given up his physical practice, or his brick and mortar store to practice online.  He has dedicated his time and services to help those of us who have been in a quandary about how to take care of our pets with homeopathic remedies!  He does a very good job of educating about home health care for our pets in this FREE downloadable ebook.


The ingredient chart and vitamin supplement area of the commercial bagged dog food or cans of wet food will tell you how much of any particular vitamin or supplement that is included in the food.  This same situation applies to the essential and trace vitamins or minerals in human foods; if it is prepackaged.  But if you or your pet has flaky and itchy skin or their coat (your hair) is dull or lifeless, added fatty acids to your diet will likely change this situation.  Those rich in Omega 3 are good for your heart as well.


REMEMBER!  You might want to trim your and your dog’s hair, you might even shave your own head!  BUT NEVER shave your dog free of hair down to the skin without the help or suggestion of your brick and mortar Vet.  All animals have a coat for a reason and that is to protect them from elements coming from the sun, dirt and debris from the air, playing, or just plain living, or have injuries.  Read about this in Veterinary Secrets Revealed, download it for free here; Dr. Andrew Jones has done an amazing job in this online book.


Pets with skin issues need to be bathed at least once a week. There are a few good specific shampoos that can be helpful for skin conditions. But in order to maintain a healthy coat and skin, you must begin a grooming routine at once if you are not already taking care of this step. Good grooming cannot be overly stressed.  Ignoring your dog could get you busted.  If your pet looks distressed, long matted hair, can’t see their eyes, hair grown around their rectum with feces matted in?  If a dog lover sees that mess; you are most likely going to get a visit from either the police, or an animal officer.


Most dogs, and cats for that matter, continuously clean themselves. But when a dog cleans himself he does not always get all of the residue or bacteria that is built up in his coat or on his skin.  This leftover dirt or bacteria can cause unneeded irritation and possibly infection.  Find out the best kinds of shampoos and other awesome home remedies to use in Dr. Jones free ebook, Veterinary Secrets Revealed; download the free ebook here.  Keep their coat clean and combed or brushed; keep all matted hair trimmed out of the coat itself.  Get the products that you need to care for your pet at 1-800PetMeds and keep them in a carry case or a box for easy access around the house.  Make sure that you have a nail trimmer there as well unless you have your vet do this job.  I am scared to trim my dog’s nails because she whines and I would die if I hurt her. I pay about fifteen bucks for a minutes worth of work.



If he has skin allergies, or already has an infection or quite possibly a wound that needs cleansing by you, and this needed grooming does not happen? You may end up with a dog that needs emergency treatment at a vet hospital!  If they end up in an ER hospital looking like they have not been taken care of?  Ignoring your dog could get you busted!  They will let the local animal control if there is an issue.  This is very costly and if grooming goes unheeded, it may even be viewed as animal abuse.  I have seen people arrested on the Animal Planet shows for not properly caring for their pets.  It is punishable by law, arrest and or fines.


For shampoo, you should be able to find what you need online at some of the bigger pet supply stores, like 1-800PetMeds, OR PetSmart.  This is not necessarily a needed item from your veterinarian. While there are shampoos that can be used to kill odor by destroying bacteria and microorganisms, make sure that you are not going to overdo it by killing all of the good bacteria with the bad. I recommend that you read the ebook that you can download from Dr. Andrew Jones.  Since it is a freebie; there is no expense to you to find out what will work best.  You again, can download that ebook here.  Veterinary Secrets Revealed FREE!


You can control your dog’s shedding as well.  This will reduce the amount of hair that your pets swallow as they clean their coat.  This is especially true with cats, this can be more of a problem.  Since they ingest the hair and this creates fur balls that have to be regurgitated later.  If you have ever seen a cat vomit, it looks kind of painful for them.  There is of course, a kind of flavored paste that can help curb this issue.  You can get it at PetSmart or 1-800PetMeds.  Dogs do not necessarily throw up the excess hair that they ingest in this manner.  But it is possible to help manage his shedding if you have the right kind of tools, and practice effective grooming. There is a tool called the FURminator that is supposed to remove the dead undercoat of hair, which also reduces the shedding done by your pet. While it is a little more expensive, it is well worth every penny and will last a life time.



In order to soothe your dog’s skin from allergies and other irritations that develop for many different reasons, Dr. Jone’s free ebook addresses many ways to help alleviate itching and irritations. He will also give great remedies for more severe itching and dermatitis(skin allergies). Before blowing sixty bucks on prescription meds, consult the downloaded ebook by Dr. Jones. He has listed many homeopathic remedies that may help.


For my dog; I let her soak in a warm bath of Epsom salts to help relieve some of this dermatitis and then she gets a mild shampoo (specifically for dermatitis) bath. Keeping skin clean is always the first part in soothing your pet’s skin.  Download his FREE ebook right here.  Remember; even walking your dog down the street ungroomed and ratty looking, may be viewed as abused by a neighbor!  Ignoring your dog could get you busted; they hand out warnings, tickets (you have to show up in animal court), and can even arrest you with a warrant!



Dogs develop allergies for all kinds of reasons. The best way to corner a cause is by changing things associated with your dog, one thing at a time. This is a slow process and took me several months to narrow down the culprits even to just a handful. And yes, I do mean a handful. My pup has several allergies.


Her bedding must remain free from any kind of hair from my cats; I don’t allow her to eat on her bedding either. If she gets a bone or a treat, she goes outside on an outdoor bed to chew. She is also allergic to flea bites. This took a little longer to prove and it was much harder. It was one of the last pieces to our puzzle. She cannot eat peanut butter, potatoes of any kind (sweet, regular, chips, fries), pumpkin, and many grains. The commercial dog food companies are all integrating these types of things into their bagged dog foods these days. Little do they know that many dogs cannot eat sweet potatoes or pumpkin, and even grains.



The bedding?  If it has to be replaced?  Especially if the allergy is severe; you won’t know if this is part of it until you actually replace his bedding.  Flea and other insect bites?  The best way to alleviate this problem is to treat your dog with a well known  and trusted flea and insect medication or home remedy.   Again the big shoebox stores like 1800PetMeds are about the best places to go for these items; but not until after you read what Dr. Jones has to say about eliminating these kinds of pests.  He does have home remedies; one of them I use is Garlic in her Raw Dog Food diet.


Needless to say there are times when the food rule gets broken; especially if someone is eating french fries. I was also told to monitor the food I purchase at the pet store. I did get a prescription for food; but I no longer use it since I make her a raw food diet. You can find this information in the free ebook of Dr. Jones as well.
Before I found Dr. Jones and his free ebook, it was suggested by my vet to get a series of allergy tests which would cost me almost $1,000. I decided to opt for testing her myself for different allergies before I would even consider paying a thousand bucks for allergy tests. Read the ebook; it tells you what to do!


When I found Dr. Jones; my online vet I was so relieved!  I was paying $80 for an office call at the brick and mortar vet. Dr. Jones has home remedies for just about anything you could think of, including severe itching. The remedies I use seem to be working very well and just think; my in town brick and mortar veterinarian recommended steroid injections. When I told her absolutely no injections, she changed her mind from the injection to a steroid pill. I told her that between the information I got from my homeopathic online vet and an occasional Benedryl, that my girl was doing great.  Why would we wreak havoc on her kidneys and other internal organs with steroids? Dr. Jones hardly ever even says these words.


I know that sorting through all of this information is a lot to soak up, and take in to determine the best route for you to take.  At least, download Dr. Jones FREE ebook, read it and get some ideas for yourself on which path to take.  Take notes about every step that you take and every treatment that you try.  Note which steps work best for you and your dog. A happy dog will make your heart sing, especially if they were down in the dumps and lethargic before you began this journey.  And Good Luck.  Remember too, Dr. Jones will always be available for your questions.  Just send him an email; get his email address in his ebook and he will answer you back in short order.  Download the ebook here; you will find all of the information that you could possibly need and if not, Dr. Jones has many other resources at your disposal too.