The Gift of Extra Time E-book
Holistic healing tips for your best friend
My dear dog lovers,
I’m guessing you are considering buying this book because you love your dog and want to learn how to help him or her live a longer and healthier life. Or maybe you have a caring friend or a family member who knows that you and your best friend will benefit from this book.
As a veterinarian of more than 25 years, I have gradually learned and discovered about natural and non-invasive methods of healing. In fact, if you follow the tips in this book and the referenced articles and blogs you are very likely to add years to your dog’s life and reduce the veterinary visits to minimum.
The conventional medical approach is known for excessive use of medication and often invasive treatment methods. This approach may be needed once in a while. However, most health problems are best treated using the healing cycle of detoxing combined with providing essential nutrients therefore rebalancing the energy of the body. Very effective and no harmful side-effects from drugs.
For the first twenty years of my practice I worked in a busy veterinary clinic and often felt that it was impossible to stop the never ending river of new patients that needed help. Eventually I realized that the only way to make a long term difference was to teach people how to prevent disease. The online world has made this much easier.
I would like to thank my co-author Steph McCombie who co-created this book. It was a labour of love for both of us and we combined our two passions; healing and photography. I would like to thank those who generously provided their photos. I’m so grateful to all my clients and their dogs for teaching me what I know today. I am touched and inspired by your love and dedication to your dogs.
I hope that you will enjoy this book as much as we have enjoyed making it and that you will gift it or share it with those you care about. I know that we all hope for the gift of extra time with our best friends and the info in this book will help you to get as much time as possible.
Dr. Peter Dobias, DVM