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Fiyah Rasta, Luna Avalon, Pablo, & Brazen

no more seizures for luna Avalon (9)

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 Luna Avalon is a beautiful female mix breed who is now 9 years old. About 3 years ago she had a couple of seizures that scared us.  

 

What was causing them? I did an assessment including stress in the home, diet, potential trauma, radiation, missing nutrients and I utilized what I have used to help hundreds of my clients with their canine family: Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis. 

 

I want to know the root causatives, not just find a temporary fix. 

 

People offered all kinds of 'help' recommending what they were doing with the same problem. Some took "anti-seizure medication" for life from the Vet. Anticonvulsant prescriptions for your dog are essentially sedation and I don't like that idea! Phenobarbital, Potassium Bromide, and Keppra, among others, do not appeal to me at all. Vomiting, liver problems, and a dog who is continuously sedated is not medicine to me, it's drugging. 

 

As you read my share keep your mind open that finding the REAL root causatives and they are usually more than one is the way I prefer. 

 

Some of the recommendations were for very expensive bottles of CBD, and there are in fact issues with quality with CBD. 

 

While others tried all kinds of diets. One person used euthanasia considering that the dog was about Luna's age, 9, and they were overwhelmed: It overwhelmed me being up in the middle of the night as she suffered, drooled, and was so uncomfortable. 

 

The seizures came to be about 2 hours in length! 

 

Sometimes we think there is only so much we can do and the stress can be quite overwhelming! 

 

My business has actively been reversing disease for 37 years now in 2021. 

 

Living with dogs for 60 years there have been many canines in my life and a great many "rescues." My passions created a drive for answers. I set out through immense study, and deep research to find the best possible answers. 

 

Often, clients had a quick 30-minute session with me on video and we found solutions right away. 

Elevated Mercury & Aluminum. 

 

This is a small sample of what I provide with consults, HTMA, and more! The testing is affordable, easy to cut some hair, and could not be more simple to receive the kit in the mail, weigh her hair to be sure I had enough with the scale provided, and return it in the mail in the postage-paid envelope I provide. In about 2 weeks I learned through an email patient report for Luna Avalon that she had elevated aluminum. 

 

I knew exactly what to do, it cost me around $20 for the "fix" and I helped her to mobilize and excrete the aluminum which interferes with the brain, the synapses, and neural connections. 

 

Luna Avalon is also triggered by nitrates and some foods that I should have avoided anyway, like chicken gizzards from a local convenience store fryer will set her off to have shorter and smaller seizures so I just avoid them entirely now. 

 

I have helped hundreds of people with companions, packs, therapy dogs, and breeding kennels, to improve their nutrition, detoxify, prevent, and also to help and make that assessment holistically about their canine companions and thereby avoid those costly trips to the Vet, or worse, a suffering animal whose life is shortened unnecessarily. 

 

I am a Guide who helps people to help themselves. 

What is hair Tissue mineral Analysis?

Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA) is a safe and non-invasive pathology test.  it measures the levels and comparative ratios of nutrient and toxic minerals found in hair.  HTMA is one of the most valuable screening tools available in preventative health care. 

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