Animals

The Truth About PET Cancer

Posted on Oct 18, 2017 in Animals

Our pets are getting cancer at an even more alarming rate than humans and it’s our responsibility to provide for and protect them the best that we can. This is why we created The Truth About PET Cancer 5 part miniseries and we’re sharing it in good ‘ol TTAC fashion, for free 🙂 Chapter 1 is airing right now and I’d love to have your feedback. Go here to watch it and then let me know what you think in the comments section below it. Also, here’s the schedule for the entire series in case you don’t have it. October 17 – Chapter 1 – The History (currently playing here) October 19...

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Medical Monopoly and the Rabbit Hole

Posted on May 7, 2015 in Animals, Chronic Disease, Medical Rewind

Down the rabbit hole, deeper we travel, righteously searching for one thing, and one thing only. It is the only thing that matters during the times we live in… TRUTH Discovering the truth however requires an open mind and a willingness to take the indoctrination we have all suffered through and been victims of and face the TRUTH head-on. Is it not bad enough that the lies, deceptions and frauds have been targeting us and our children – multiple generations have suffered at the hands of a few, but now, in recent years, our pets are on the receiving end of their evil villainly? You see,...

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Sweetener Can Be Deadly to Dogs Too

Posted on Mar 2, 2012 in Animals

Have you ever noticed that a number of hard candies and mints have xylitol on the label. Xylitol may help keep us slim and protect our teeth, but it is deadly for our dogs and ferrets.  The danger is serious enough to have caused the FDA to issue a warning to pet owners because xylitol poisoning is on the rise.  Xylitol is an organic compound and a naturally occurring sugar alcohol used as a low calorie sweetener. Chewing gum and candies are commonly sweetened with xylitol.  Recipes abound on the Internet for home baked treats using the sweetner as an ingredient. Medical products such as...

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