Is your animal’s “normal” normal?
What has become “NORMAL” is not really NORMAL,
what are your animals telling you?

The following symptoms listed below have become accepted. “This is what a dog does, this is what a cat does, and this is what the breed does” are NOT true. These are symptoms these animals are showing due to toxicity and a body being off balance. These are the “cries for help” indicating the body needs attention, the body is off balance. Deeper disease / imbalance will be presented if the current symptoms are not addressed. Something is brewing!!!!

What I have found is that most of this is MAN MADE, and is a direct result of vaccinations, chemical warfare in the name of tick and flea, and a really poor, damaging diet.

If you have ONE of these symptoms showing up in your animal from the list below, then you will most definitely have more clues from the body and behaviour going on too. I would suggest you make a list because everything is telling a story and we need to know the full story of what you, the pet parent is witnessing. These are chronic indicators an animal exhibits screaming that they are not okay inside.

Chronic – means get help now.

Preferably the natural route which is either Applied Zoopharmacognosey or via homeopathy, where the whole being is concentrated on and healed.

All these symptoms are CHRONIC:

DOG – Mental / Emotional

•fear of loud noises, thunder and wind
• excessive barking
• play turns to aggression
• suspicious nature
• timidity
• licking things and people
• laziness
• eating dog stool
• eating dirt, wood all the time
• eating odd things – PICA
• feet sensitive to be handled
• being destructive
• sensitive to heat or cold

DOG – Physical

• doggy smell
• attractive to fleas
• dry, oily coat – lack of luster to coat; leaves residue on hands when stroked
• change in colour of coat or harsh coat
• going grey early in age
• excessive shedding and continual shedding throughout the year; dogs should dump their coat seasonally only
• dandruff
• easily tangled fur
• greasy ears / chronic ear problems / mites
• eyes leaking, tear stained eye area usually blamed on breed
• nose colour has changed; for example, used to be a solid black
• mucous on stools
• diarrhea
• lack of healthy appetite, fussy eater
• obesity
• bad breath
• drooling, and / or leaves wet marks on floor where head has been
• trouble getting up
• hip dysplasia
• sleeping – jerking and twitching (“dreaming”)
• unclear dense eyes, no sparkle; should be as clear as glass
• scooting on the bum

CAT – Mental / Emotional

• excessive timidity
• biting when stroked too long; irritability
• playing too roughly
• hysteria when restrained
• laziness
• clumsiness, inability to leap high places
• not covering stool in litter box or not using litter box

CAT – Physical

• freckles on the nose, eyelids, ears
• fragile calls; howling when there appears to be no reason
• loss of whiskers
• attractive to fleas
• dry, dull coat or a harsh coat
• dandruff
• excessive fur loss, and continual hair loss throughout the year; cats should only dump their coat seasonally
• waxy ears or ear mites
• poor grooming habits
• excessive or finicky appetite
• eating inappropriate things
• sensitivity to milk
• drinking water more than once a week
• constipation or dry, hard stools
• diarrhea
• frequent vomiting
• obesity
• emaciation
• bad breath
• drooling
• pale or red gums
• loss of teeth
•peeing amounts larger than your fist per “go”
• unclear dense eyes, no sparkle; should be as clear as glass