Healing Your Dog Naturally is a revolutionary new book by Nicole Gabriel that will make you rethink the way you take care of your dog. It will teach you to be proactive about your dog’s health and by extension to rethink your own eating and medicinal habits. Therefore, you can kill two birds with one stone, or in this case, heal yourself and your dog, or better yet, prevent the need to heal from occurring.
Although Gabriel’s background was not in veterinary medicine, she has a lot of experience caring for and loving sick dogs. She is a woman who has a deep bond with her pets and wants what is best for them. After losing one of her Shar Pei dogs to an illness that she believes was caused by a compulsory vaccination so she could move to Hawaii, she decided to start researching vaccinations and everything else about the care of his dog. Now, she has put all of that research together with her personal experiences and successes in this new book, which may be long overdue given the ongoing health and natural food revolution for humans. I agree with Gabriel on this point: if we all become more aware of our health and nutrition, shouldn’t we extend the same care and concerns to our pets?
Gabriel guides the reader through a plethora of topics and information on everything from food and nutrition to allergies, to vaccinations, to the use of essential oils, to sterilization and sterilization, to the homeopathy and even the alignment of your dog’s chakras.
But before we go any further, this book isn’t just a book on how to heal your dog and make it healthier. It is also a book that encourages you to change your own lifestyle so that you and your dog benefit.
For example, Gabriel is not a fan of commercial dog food. She gives a brief history of dog food and how it was affected by WWII, why it is taurine deficient and why it matters. She makes a good point by saying that if we weren’t eating dog food ourselves, why would we feed it to our dogs? Ultimately, she recommends that you cook dinner for your dog just like you would your spouse, kids, or yourself. She even offers several recipes to provide your dog with nutritious food. Okay, I know a lot of people might think of this as a radical cooking dinner for your dog, but if you want your pet to be healthy, this is a decision worth considering. be taken into consideration. You can even do it while cooking dinner for yourself. As Gabriel says, “When you wake up with nutrition you start to question everything. This is not a trip just for your dogs. Have you ever gotten this? We all do this together. It is a collective effort. you choose for you, you choose for your dog and vice versa. ”
The rest of the book can be seen as just as radical or perhaps just applying common sense. Gabriel is tough on vaccinations, not because they weren’t well intentioned, but because she saw her own pet die as a result of one. She explains to readers what can be harmful about certain vaccines and how to solve potential problems if you have had your dog vaccinated before and it is causing health problems. It also offers advice on sterilization and sterilization – another “don’t do it” chapter for you to read on your own.
But not everything in these pages is about reversing common canine care practices. If anything, this book is written with a lot of love. There are adorable dog cartoons that remind us how much we love our best friends. Gabriel describes in detail all the wonderful experiences she has had with her pets and why they are so important to her. She’s not afraid to discuss the trickier questions, including how to deal with the loss of your pet and your grief. She provides simple, natural remedies for everything from treating cut pads to ingenious ways to deliver nutritious treats to your pets, and even ways to test your dog for various allergies and change their diet accordingly.
Most importantly, Gabriel challenges us to see our pets with new eyes and to think more deeply about what we do while taking care of them. I can’t say if she’s right on all matters, but I know her heart is in the right place and she provides a lot to think about. I imagine that people reading this book will have already left or have had a traumatic or heartbreaking experience with a pet, so they will be looking for answers beyond what their local vet might be able to provide. If so, this book is a great place to start. I truly believe that Curing Your Dog Naturally will open many eyes and hopefully lead to a revolution in dog health care.