The Truth About Pet Cancer: Episode 2

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The pet cancer epidemic is real. Our family pets can’t protect themselves, so it’s up to us to help them. It’s up to us to give them the best life possible. However, vets are not taught about the lifestyle and environmental factors that contribute to 95 percent of pet cancers.

Instead, they’re taught that the vast majority of pet cancers are genetic.

“Veterinary schools teach veterinarians within the scope of conventional Western medicine,” says Dr. Gary Richter, a practicing holistic veterinarian, and best-selling author. “And all of those treatments have their benefit. But what I came to learn over years of being a veterinarian is there are things that Western medicine can’t address and fix.”

Did you know …

  • In the 1970’s, Golden Retrievers on average would live to be 17 years old. Now, they average only 9 years.
  • Just 50 years ago only 1 in 100 dogs got cancer. Now, it’s 1 in 1.65 dogs will be diagnosed with cancer this year.
  • Cancer is the leading cause of death among cats. In fact, 1 in 3 cats will be affected by this devastating disease this year alone.

Statistics like these are heartbreaking. What’s been found out about pets’ risk for cancer is shocking. Most of us had no clue that the things we were doing to protect our pets were actually poisoning them.

But there is good news:

A free 7-part docuseries, The Truth About Pet Cancer, will be online – starting April 4. It could save your furry friend’s life.

The docuseries features 30 renowned pet cancer experts and holistic integrative veterinarians sharing natural treatments and therapies that protect and heal animals from cancer.

In Episode 2 you’ll learn all about the pet food industry, healthy diets, ketosis and nutrigenomics.


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  1. says: Pam Robinson

    I was unable to complete Episode 2 of “The Truth about Pet Cancer” episode 2. I’d love to know what was recommended for healthy dog food…
    Either commercial or recipes. We have giant breed dogs. Thanks!.

  2. says: Teresa

    I was on out of town & couldn’t get WiFi so I also missed what was suggested to feed dogs as a healthy diet. I have a 13 week Shih Tzu and would love to start her on a healthy diet.

    1. says: Kim Johnson

      Hi again! I sent you a couple emails earlier with a link for access to the videos, I hope you got them? If not, send me an email through my “contact ” page and I’ll hook you up! =)

  3. says: tania

    since it took me so long to view episode 1, I missed episode 2. is there any way to view it for free still? I really need to see it.


    1. says: Kim Johnson

      Hi John! I don’t believe it is right now. But, in the past with other docuseries they’ve shown another replay. So my suggestion is to keep watching so you don’t miss the other episodes and wait for (hopefully) a replay at the end. Make sure to use the link I provided to get updates from them as they release new episodes (if you haven’t already). =)

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