Spiritual, Emotional, Physical: A Holistic Look at Dog Cancer

nchs-understandingcancerDr. Marty Goldstein “America’s foremost integrative veterinarian” and author of “The Nature of Animal Healing,” will present “Understanding Cancer In Our Pets” tomorrow at the Natural Canine Health Symposium (NCHS) sponsored by Dogs Naturally magazine.

We’ll learn:

  • What is cancer — outside of the basic thought that it’s a growth, tumor or process that unfortunately “attacks” a body
  • Why has the incidence of cancer skyrocketed over the last few decades in our pet populations and what used to be a disease almost exclusively of the old is now common in the young
  • What are the causative factors
  • Proper way to treat/care for a cancer patient
    • when is surgery truly needed
    • when are other conventional methods such as chemotherapy or radiation truly warranted
    • the use of alternative therapies with a cancer patient and how and when to integrate them, if needed, with a) and b) above
    • diet and specific immune supportive and anti-cancer remedies, supplements or nutraceuticals
    • other alternative therapies such as intravenous vitamin C
  • Spiritual and emotional aspects of cancer with your pet

About the Event
NCHS takes place through October 19 and is the largest online holistic canine care conference on the planet with over a dozen sessions by veterinary experts, including Dr. Karen Becker, integrative health expert who offers advice about pet nutrition, animal wellness and other natural pet care information at Healthy Pets and Dr. Richard Pitcairn, founder of the Animal Natural Health Center and author of “Dr. Pitcairn’s Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs & Cats,” which has sold over 400,000 copies.

Saturday, October 18, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. EST
(A recorded version of the symposium will be available.)


$129 Day Pass
$249 Full Access Pass, includes all sessions
Sign-up here.

Learn More
View the full conference agenda and get to know the speakers

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