Power if Pets

February 5, 2013

My dog, Star, was partially
paralyzed several years ago,
without obvious reason. He
fortunately recovered function
after receiving (alternative health)
treatments. His condition was
tenuous after that and there were
many periods of time during which
he had spasms in his spine that
limited his mobility. His hips
would lock up and he was
sometimes completely
immobilized. He received
treatments and supplements that
were helpful, over the years, but
his condition deteriorated
dramatically in the summer of
2011; he barely ate, refused to go
on walks and often soiled himself.
Friends encouraged me to accept
that he was declining due to old age, but I refused their words.
I adopted Star, from Toronto Animal Services over 10 years ago and I wasn’t
given any details about his history. In attempting to determine the reason
for his failing health I explored the possibility that he had been micro
chipped and that his poor health was due to the chip’s constant emission of
biologically meaningless and chaotic frequency in his body. In
researching the issue on line, I learned medical reports and studies show
micro chipped animals develop tumours, cancer and neurological
damage. I asked Dr. Cindy Kneebone, of East York Animal Clinic, to test
for a micro chip. An active microchip was identified and surgically
removed. Within a few days of surgery, I had a transformed Star. Now,
1-1/2 years later he remains alert, active and playful, jumps and twirls for
treats and leaps onto the curbs when on walks.
Wishing you happiness, joy and laughter,
Liala Ackerman Epstein

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