If you are looking for a less expensive way to treat your dog or cat that is suffering with arthritis whilst still providing effective, drug free treatment, this information may be just what you need. I recently received this email from a client:- ". my retired racing greyhound who unfortunately is suffering from old racing injuries that we think are causing arthritis. After only one week of use, we have noticed a very positive difference in him. I am a member of the Retired Greyhound Trust and when we next meet I will be promoting this for you, I will forward you any results of the meeting.
" GH 8th Jan 2008. So, is it some new wonder drug? No. what GH is talking about is using magnetic energy to treat the symptoms of arthritis in his dog.
Whoa! Some of you may think this is a bit "new age" and quirky, am I right? Well, you need not worry. Many modern veterinary surgeons recognise the benefits that alternative therapies can bring to our pets. I am particularly keen you understand that we have animals too and have practiced the application of alternative remedies on all of them.
Now, this is NOT another anti-vet tirade. Our local practice, here in the New Forest is totally excellent. However, there are times when the use of drugs alone is not the best choice. We may want a better quality of life for our animals. We feel we owe them more.
They have given us friendship and companionship over the years and now they are having problems we want to do as much as we can to ensure their wellbeing. If you give are considering using this magnetic energy therapy your for your pet, let me see if I can help you make that choice. Let us see what a vet has to say about using magnets for treating animals. "In canine medicine, magnets are often used to aid in fracture healing and in the treatment of many other ailments including arthritis, hip dysplasia, osteochondritis, epilepsy, pain relief, chronic organ disorders and vertebral disorders. Sprains and strains and other traumatic disorders may also benefit from magnetic therapy." "Magnets appear to heal the body removing inflammation and restoring circulation.
By increasing blood flow to a diseased site on the body, increased nutrients become available to speed the healing process." These quotations come directly from *Dr. Shawn Messonnier, DVM. Dr. Messonnier, is a 1987 graduate of Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine.
He opened Paws & Claws Animal Hospital in 1991. Many thousands of pet owners have now tried magnetic energy therapy and have found their pets have responded positively in less than a week. The cost is very reasonable (when compared to the scale of professional vets fees today). Various methods are available to provide magnetic energy therapy starting typically form around £20 - £25 ($35 - $50).
This can be very cost effective as from experience it seems to be the larger dogs; Larger dogs seem moer prone to this type of disease. Many small dogs (and cats) get arthritis too. Many owners of small dogs and cats are using magnetic energy therapy too. From the letters I have read from many pet owners, like the one at the start of this article, animals respond very well to this type of therapy.
Animals do not suffer from cynicism! I am certain you will notice an improvement in the state of health of your pet.
Barry Dench has been involved in Magnetic Therapy since 1996 having used his knowledge as an Electrical Engineer to apply his knowledge of magnetism to the biological body. He can be contacted by email at:=> mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org For more information on magnetic energy therapy go to:=> http://www.magnecare.co.uk