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Avoid Toxins And Poisons

Time for a Change!

The bottom line is this: you can’t afford to wait for Dr. WhiteCoat to stop this crazy practice of repeatedly vaccinating your animals. He’s been turning a deaf ear to the recommendations of the experts who understand immunology for over 20 years.
No, if you want to keep your animals vital, well into old age, you’ve got to make this decision yourself:  If I have an animal who’s already been vaccinated, I will say  “No!”   to more vaccinations.


And here’s a plus:    you’ll have some of the brightest minds in medicine and immunology behind you.

Ask for a Titre Test instead, to see if your pet actually needs another vaccination.

Toxins and poisons come from many sources e.g.

Mercury  – Insecticides, pesticides and chemical fertilizers and from canned fish.

Medical drugs and latex paints:   Eg. Copper from water pipes, meat (feed Additives) copper pots, hormones, and water-softening chemicals.

Veterinary / Medical drugs including anaesthetics, antibiotics, sulfa type  drugs, diuretics, anti-convulsants and steroids, heartworm, flea, wormer and mange drugs (are all insecticides that poisons the blood)  all these toxins cause Liver damage,  not just from short term,  but many animals have an overuse,  Or  overdosing on more than one type of drugs at the same time.

Lead – found in canned commercial food, tap water, plus drug insecticides poisons are in  (i.e. wormer, flea, heartworm, mange.

Aluminum –   Aluminium cans, cookware, and food bowls, foil and tap water.

CANCER in Pets starts at the liver (damaged/weakened Liver) 

Commercial (artificial) pet foods are:

Known Carcinogenic foods which have food additives, dyes, preserves, by product meats, which ALL contain Liver damaging chemicals FOUND in our pet tin food.

Be safe and home prepared meals inexpensive way.

EG. Ethoxyquin is used as a preservative.(EG. IAMS & EUKANUBA BISCUITS ) and BHA/BHT and excessive copper in pet foods have been implicated in Liver damage and Liver cancers, as having nitrites/nitrates, sodium benzoate (highly toxic to cats Liver) and propyl gallate.

Many commercial dog foods are high in copper:   Some breeds (terriers and Dobermann pincher mean terrier) cannot metabolize Copper, they may acquire Copper toxicosis which is related to the liver and excess copper accumulating in the organ because it is not metabolized.  Dogs that continue the commercial diet and do not get alternate treatment can die because too much copper in the system is Cereals which is high in copper is found in commercial foods as well as kibble(dry foods) are often used as a binder or filler.

Tap water: The use of copper pipes may also add copper to the dog?s drinking water.
Always give your pets filtered water, whether they are Terriers or not.

Commercial Diets too low in protein, high in ash, phosphorus, fats and sugars (tooth plaque), also causing liver and Kidney damage.

*Change diet and see the health changes! Reduce your vet bills as well!!

Media Release 17 March 1996. Permission to reprint from Dr.Tom Lonsdale NSW

PET Food  – Induced AIDS   by Dr. Tom Lonsdale DVM

Many pets not old but stricken with Diet-Induced AIDS

Modern processed diets are known to be responsible for periodontal or gum disease which affects more than 85% of domestic cats and dogs. Foul breath odour is an early sign suggesting that more severe heart, liver and kidney disease may follow.

An article published in the December 1995 issue of the British Journal of Small Animal Practice confirms that processed pet foods produce periodontal disease which often leads to an AIDS-like condition in affected animals.   ( JSAP 1995 36, 542-546 )

Dr Tom Lonsdale of Riverstone NSW the author of the paper admits that he, along with almost everyone else, used to recommend processed pet foods.  “Previously we thought animals were suffering the effects of old age when in fact they were wasting away with periodontal disease and diet-induced AIDS.”

“Now we treat the periodontal disease and provide the pets with a natural diet. The removal of the poisons allows the immune system to recover and owners frequently report that their old pet is like a puppy/kitten again.”

“I believe that this information should have been available to Australian vets and their patients in 1993. The Australian Veterinary Journal refused to publish the research findings.”

“In my view, a committee of inquiry should be established. Diet-induced AIDS of pets is just as nasty as HIV AIDS for humans. In France HIV AIDS experts suppressed information for a mere two months and as a result, were prosecuted and some jailed for ‘complicity in poisoning.”(Science Vol 268 16 June 1995)

Dr. Tom Lonsdale and other concerned veterinarians continue their campaign for the banning of what they consider to be misleading pet food industry advertising.

“Pet owners should be informed that feeding processed pet foods are likely to lead to ill health, suffering and unnecessary vet bills.”

Dr. T Londsdale DVM
Since Doctor Londsdale went public, the Australian Veterinary Association has refused to allow him to stay an Associate Member of the AVA.

The use of Homoeopathy for treating animals is very successful often succeeding where conventional medicine has failed and refutes the accusation of the ‘placebo effect’.

The criticism often leveled at homeopathic medicine is that it is purely a ‘placebo’ effect that triggers improvement not the actual remedy, after all, how could it when the substance is so dilute? In other words, the patient takes a sugar pill, believes he will be cured and so, he is. However, if homeopathic success is all in the mind, why does it work so well on animals?

The health and wellbeing of hundreds of thousands of animals benefit each year from the use of homeopathy

Presumably not one of them sat and pondered as the dose was administered, “this pill will make me better” and therefore became well.

Time after time homeopathy is seen to bring the quality of life back to animals that otherwise would have continued to suffer or at worst would have been euthanized. This is often after many months, even years of conventional treatment and several, if not thousands, of pounds having been spent to no effect. Owners more often than not come to a homeopath as a last resort, when conventional treatment can do no more and the animal is very ill, yet, even so, many of these make a dramatic and some would say miraculous, recovery. However, the sooner any dis-ease is addressed the better the results can be. Many a vet has advised a client that at the stage of disease their animal is at they may as well try homeopathy, “it can’t do any harm”.  Expecting the rapid demise of the animal, only to be amazed to see the animals returned to full health and vigor.

Of course, our animals can’t tell us what ails them so good observation by the guardian is required. The guardian who knows their animal well will know when it is feeling better because the look in the eye changes, they appear more at ease, this is the first step in healing, the so-called ‘feeling of well being’ even though symptoms may still be present the process has begun. Homeopathy can also limit the side effects of conventional drugs and clear the build-up of toxin residue from the body. It works well alongside conventional medicine too where hand in hand they help bring about a return to health with greatly reduced side effects from the conventional drugs.

Law and the Treatment of Animals

Please note that under UK law there is the requirement that a qualified vet must be consulted regarding the treatment of animals other than for first aid. There are a growing number of conventionally qualified vets who, having become dissatisfied with the restrictions and side effects of that form of medicine, have taken it upon themselves to study homeopathy and gain their vetFFHom certification or similar and are practicing in the UK and elsewhere.
Homeopathic Practitioners and suppliers may supply remedies under your vet’s guidance or agreement. Only a vet or veterinarian specialist may diagnose your animal’s condition.  However you, as the owner, may also purchase remedies to assist in the recovery of your animal’s health without reference to your vet where the situation permits.