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Veterinarian Uses Eastern Medicine To Help Animals
Taking your sick cow to get acupuncture or feeding Chinese herbs to a prize sheep may raise some eyebrows at the local coffee shop. However, these are some of the techniques that Dr. Ronald Anders of County Animal Clinic in Coldwater, Ohio uses with great success in his practice.
  Dr. Anders uses both holistic and conventional veterinarian methods to heal many types of animals. I own a dog breeding operation in Ridgeville Corners, Ohio, and his techniques have saved me thousands of dollars. I raise and breed purebred French Bulldogs, whose puppies can sell anywhere from $1,800 to $4,000 or more apiece. When one of my females was having trouble conceiving, I took her to my local veterinarian who told me she would never be able to have puppies.
  I found Dr. Anders through the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (www.ahvma.org; ph 410 569-0795). He examined the dog and found that her kidney, spleen, and liver were out of balance. He told us not to worry and that she would be fine. He administered acupuncture and prescribed a few Chinese herbs and a diet change. Sure enough, on her next heat cycle she got pregnant and had 5 puppies which we later sold for a total of $12,500.
  I now take all my dogs to Dr. Anders and have benefited greatly from his work. He has used holistic methods to heal our dogs’ problems with hip injury, digestive issues, hair loss, aggressive behavior, infertility, and many other issues. He’s a miracle worker not only with dogs and other small animals, but also large animals and is in high demand among championship cattle and horse breeders.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Dr. Anders, County Animal Clinic, 800 North 7th St., Coldwater, Ohio 45828 (ph 419 678-3610; fax 419 678-4838; www.countyanimalclinic.net; countyanimalclinic@gmail.com).

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2017 - Volume #41, Issue #3