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Dog and Small Animal Health Plan

 

This small animal health recovery plan is designed for dogs and other small animals. When the supplements are taken alongside the healthy animal foods plan, it’s possible for recovery to happen faster and for dogs and other small animals to find better pain relief for their condition.

 Your 4-8 Week Animal Health Plan, From My eBook, by Robert Redfern

Supplements to support animal health – in order of priority:

 

SerraEnzyme 250,000IU – Give 1-4 per day to your pet depending upon their size.

 

Curcuminx4000 – Give 2-4 capsules per day to your pet/animal, depending on its size. Opened and mixed with food.

 

Prescript Biotics– Give 1 capsule opened and mixed with food (double or treble in serious cases).

 

B4 Health Spray – B Vitamin complex spray. Take about 1/2 of the human dose.

 

Protease Enzymes – Give 3 capsules daily. Break open and mix with a form of protein e.g. honey or veggies on an empty stomach about 30mins before food.

 

Essential Digestive Plus Give 3 capsules daily, as protease enzymes can be mixed at the same time.

 

BetaFactor (Beta 1,3-D Glucan) – Contains Ultra BETA (Beta 1.3d Glucan) to support the immune system. Give 2 capsules daily (break open and take just before food mixed with honey or veggies).

 

HealthPoint Kit Treat the relevant acupressure points shown in the animal treatment guide.

 

SMALL ANIMAL FOOD PLAN

Raw foods – 1/3 protein 2/3 veggies – raw fish, raw chicken, raw eggs, raw vegetables (or steamed lightly to soften) – all foods minced or blended.

 

 

 

 

 

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6 Comments

  1. renate von eitzen

    October 7, 2014 at 5:09 pm

    My little shitzu Zushi, 4 Kg, has glaucoma and cataratas. We give her homeopathy but I would like more medications. Can you help me? Kind regards, Renate

  2. Jackie McCall

    January 10, 2016 at 6:40 pm

    My daughter’s dog, a female Samoyd of about 6-8 years, has very shallow breathing pretty much all the time. Hasn’t attended a vet due to financial restrictions. I fear her heart or lungs are having to struggle but would much appreciate your help and or advice.

    • lindsayp

      January 12, 2016 at 3:10 pm

      Hi Jackie,
      It is very important that your daughter takes the dog to the vets immediately. We are not able to diagnose and from the symptoms you are describing the dog needs urgent attention. It could be a number of things causing the breathlessness and this needs to be seen to, to avoid any prolonged suffering by the pet. There are a number of charitable organisations such as the RSPCA, PDSA or equivalent who she can take the pet to. You cannot let the pet suffer due to financial restraints. Please come back to us once you have a diagnosis and we can advise further.
      Best of health
      Your Good Health Coaching Team

  3. Linda

    June 30, 2017 at 1:15 am

    My 10 year old west highland white terrier has pulmonary fibrosis. I give him silver several times a day but was looking into giving him serrspeptese can you let me know what I can do naturally to help him have a good guality of life for as long as possible. He does have some allergy issues. So I feed him whole prey duck and Bartlett pears. Thank you.

    • Lindsay Powers

      June 30, 2017 at 1:20 pm

      Hi Linda, yes you can give serrapeptase to your dog. See Serrapept at Good Health Naturally, and take as recommended for his size. Plus add in a good probiotic with his food to help support immunity.
      Your Good Health Coaching Team

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