If you are a dog lover, I have no doubt your main goal is to have your canine friend live the longest and healthiest life possible. It's my experience that people interested in a natural, holistic approach to health and diet are keen readers and learners, who know about the dangers of processed food and drugs. In addition to feeding your dog well and minimizing the use of chemicals in treatment, there is one other part of care that is...Continue ReadingYou aren't signed in.
Welcome to Dr. Dobias’
Health & Longevity School for Dog Lovers
Nothing is more precious or rewarding than seeing your dog happy and healthy well into his or her late teens. The purpose of the Healing School for Dog Lovers is to pass on all I have learned about natural healing and nutrition in the course of 28 years of practice as a veterinarian. Based on my experience, even a few simple adjustments in your dog’s life can easily extend his or her life by several years and you and I know that there is nothing more valuable than the gift of extra time with your best friend.
Health & Longevity for your dog
UNLOCK YOUR DOG'S healthy, happy and long life.Access all 16 chapters of our Health and Longevity Course for Dogs below.
If you understand this, your dog is likely to live longer
A mysterious connection between your dog's lung health, cough and emotions
If you are looking for the short version - scroll down to the title "lung diseases from a medical point of view." For the less dry Dr. D version, continue reading here. Today, I'll tell you a story that very few people know about. More than 20 years ago, I adopted another dog before Skai. However, if someone asks me how many dogs I’ve had in my life, I always say only one, Skai. The following story tells you why....Continue ReadingYou aren't signed in.
Be on guard for your dog's heart
The health of your dog's heart is crucial for adding years to your dog’s life and that's why I've decided to dedicate this 11th chapter of the Health and Longevity Course for Dogs to the heart. If you've not gone through the previous chapters of the course, and especially Chapters 8, 9 and 10, please make sure that you read them as soon as possible. They contain knowledge that will add years to your dog's lifespan, based on what I've seen with...Continue ReadingYou aren't signed in.
The mysterious connection between your dog's neck and the internal organ health
I love how real-life situations bring me the ideas for each chapter of the Health and Longevity Course for Dogs. Just recently, I went for a dinner with a friend who asked me how life was when I lived in Europe, what the family structure was like and who is in charge in heterosexual marriages. I thought for a moment and remembered a saying that answered the question perfectly. In Europe, a man may be called the head of the...Continue ReadingYou aren't signed in.
Why missing this may affect your dog's life span
In Chapters 1 to 7 of the Health and Longevity Course for Dogs, we went through the following topics: The first principle of good health Hair testing Detox and cleanse How to keep your dog safe from conventional drugs Mineral deficiencies Comparison of whole food vs. synthetic vitamins The pinched hose principle Last time, I talked about energy flow in the body and how it can be compared to the watering system in a garden. When the hose gets pinched...Continue ReadingYou aren't signed in.
Your dog's invisible pathway of life that you must know about
In Chapter 5 and Chapter 6 of the Health and Longevity Course, I wrote about the essential building blocks of your dog's health and what led me to formulate my own line of natural minerals and vitamins for dogs. But there is another key component to your canine friend's good health and long life and that is energy, blood and nerve flow. Humans work hard to create what nature creates effortlesslyContinue ReadingYou aren't signed in.
One thing you may not know about multivitamins for dogs
If you are like most dog lovers, you are looking for ways to keep your canine friend healthy and happy for many years to come. This article will answer questions many people ask such as: Is it important to give my dogs vitamins? If I'm already giving minerals or other supplements, is it necessary to give my dog vitamins? How do I know which supplements are good and which ones aren't? In Chapter 5 of Health and Longevity Course...Continue ReadingYou aren't signed in.
One thing will make the most difference to your dog's health
Did you like chemistry in school? I wonder what your answer is to this question. Most people have a love/hate relationship with chemistry. The complex structure of chemical compounds makes most peoples' head spin. I took quite a few years of chemistry at school and I even remember having a chemistry kit where I made solutions bubble up, change color or transform from liquid to a lava-like substance. Chemistry touches every part of our lives from food and clothing to airplane travel. What...Continue ReadingYou aren't signed in.
How to keep your dog safe from drugs and minimize side-effects
In Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 of the Health and Longevity Course for Dogs, I touched on two topics. One, how to determine what toxins are in your dog's body and two, how to get rid of them. Today, I'd like to discuss the topic of pharmaceutical drugs one more time. While I'm not opposed to their use in some cases, my goal is to help you understand the effect of pharmaceutical drugs and why I choose to avoid them...Continue ReadingYou aren't signed in.
Does your dog’s food contain mercury and arsenic?
In Chapter 1 of the Health and Longevity Course for dogs, I mention that aligning healing and medicine with nature is the first condition of achieving deep and long lasting health. The logical first step is to eliminate potential causes of disease. This applies to almost any medical condition your dog has. Most often, diseases are caused by multiple factors. For example, if a dog suffers from kidney disease, the common factors can be, but are not limited to: Feeding dry...Continue ReadingYou aren't signed in.