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In 2001, Cyndi Smasal found herself in that position when her beloved dog, Norman, was diagnosed with liver disease. Not content with simply easing the pain of what should have been his final days, she embarked on a journey that will ultimately benefit ...
In 2001, Cyndi Smasal found herself in that position when her beloved dog, Norman, was diagnosed with liver disease. Not content with simply easing the pain of what should have been his final days, she embarked on a journey that will ultimately benefit dog owners everywhere!
In the first book of its kind, Cyndi has documented her findings in this comprehensive and easy-to-follow guide so that other owners can benefit from her experience and knowledge.
Learn how to read the symptoms of liver disease, create the perfect diet for your dog, treat any related problems, care for your ailing pooch and much more!!!
It includes a captivating medical history proof of the success of alternative therapy and a QUICK START guide if you need a solution and FAST!
This really is your complete guide, the ONLY guide, to dog liver disease.
"You will find her determination inspiring in addition to solid information about a complex disease."
Deb Forster, B.S., D.V.M.
"You don't know how much hope you have given my family with your extensive research. (We). call it our bible"
Lori and Tanner
"I think you're going to help an incredible number of pets and their people. Way to go!"
Aleithia Artemis, Animal Behavior Specialist
Posted December 4, 2005
Without this book, my Cocker probably would have died. I followed this book when my Cocker had hepatitis. When I got this book, she had lost 7 pounds, wouldn't eat, losing hair. The vet had given me a grave prognosis. So with nothing to lose, I started following the recipes and recommendations in this book. Now my Cocker has gained back the 7 pounds and her latest bloodwork is totally normal. She is no longer sick and is playful, happy and healthy. Her coat is beautiful and in better condition than before her illnes and she is a Champion Show Dog.
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