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What if you could guarantee yourself TOTAL Peace of Mind when it comes to your best friend’s health and well-being? 

Most dog owners rely on yearly wellness exams from their vet, along with sporadic, often inaccurate information gleaned from friends and the internet.

Of course, we don’t rely on such information when it comes to ourselves, our kids, or other family members. When we have questions about our health, we don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment with our doctors.

Hi Dog Lover, I am Dr Dan.

headshot-drdan175X200As a veterinarian, I am asked a lot of different questions about dog health, but the one question that comes up frequently, which puts fear into the hearts of most vets, especially when major decisions arise is…

“If this were your dog, what would you do?”

I used to have a memorized canned response of…

Well, this isn’t my dog, this is your dog. I do not have the same emotional attachment to your dog and I live a different life than you do, so what I would do with my dog may not be what you would do with your dog. I can only tell you what the options are and you have to make the best decision you can from those options.

Most of the time I felt horrible giving that response because I could tell the owner was agonizing over what to do.

Many people have a difficult time making decisions when strong emotions are involved, especially when that decision affects the life of someone they love.

All of this changed when Susan brought in Lucy, her 3 year old black Labrador…Lucy dog

Lucy was in pain!

Her head was held low and she didn’t want to move…well, except for her tail, which, as she raised only her eyes to look at me, wagged slowly back and forth as if to say, “Please help me.”

Her kids away at college, what was once “the boys” dog was now Susan’s baby; and her baby was in pain.  Lucy could not turn her head without wincing or crying out.

Susan, being a strong independent woman with concern for a loved one, let me have it…

Doc, I want you to treat this dog as you would your own. I have been reading on the Internet [Uh Oh!, I thought] and I believe Lucy has a problem with a disk. Surgery is out of the question at this point, unless it is absolutely necessary. I’d do anything for Lucy, but if we could do the conservative type of treatment I’ve read about [Oh boy what did you read, I thought!] I want to try that first.  But as I said, please treat Lucy like she was yours.  So [here it comes], if this was your dog what would you do?

I don’t know, maybe it was the way she said it, or the look in Lucy’s eyes as we met, or the fact that this woman about 50 years old that had enough life experience and devotion to her pet that I knew my canned response would be thrown in the can that I decided to answer the question…truthfully!

(You will find those answers to Nutrition, Supplementation, Exercise, and Veterinary Care in my new program: “If this was your dog what would you do?”)

I'm Meme!We can follow my dog Meme, a border collie, through her life and also what I told Susan, Lucy’s owner…

Lucy is now 12 years old and in her sunset years. Life is changing for her but she is still pain free without having to have had surgery. We will find out how.

Starting with the foundation of Nutrition – what do I feed Meme and why?

Lucy being overweight needed to change her diet to help her lose weight and also reduce the inflammation she was experiencing.

In some cases, simple nutrition is not enough and we need to supplement with different nutraceuticals and herbals. Learn which products are used to help reduce inflammation, support healing and help in the pursuit of a long healthy life for your dog.

During the healing and rehab process there were certain exercises that needed to be done for Lucy.

After she healed she needed an exercise program to maintain her weight and maintain strength in her core. For Meme, exercise is key to keeping her body and mind healthy.

It was easy for Lucy and Meme; they had me, but what did I do for them? What does your dog need (and NOT need) to be healthy and happy and live as long as possible? What should you expect from your vet if you want the best in veterinary care?

Learn all of this and more in my brand-new community…

The e-VetClinic CHARTER Gold Membership…

  • A monthly webinar with Dr Dan! – get answers to your most pertinent questions about the most current topics for the health of your dog, how to best maintain the health of your dog, and preventing issues that tend to skyrocket your vet bills.
  • A private group of members only (like minded individuals like you) – share stories about your beloved pet, interact in our special sections of aging dogs, allergies, behavior issues, alternative medicine, injuries, and more!
  • Exclusive information only available to gold members – get specific information related to your dog, in the monthly webinars or in emails or in the group discussions you will receive information to your specific questions.
  • Discounts on e-Vet Clinic workshops – SAVE 50% or more on my weekend workshops.

Think about how much your dog’s life could be improved if you had a direct line to a caring veterinarian!


A VERY special deal for our first 25 CHARTER members!

I want you to be successful in the raising of your dog! More on what to expect on the inside…

  • Answers you need regarding your dog’s health problems from a real vet who really cares!
  • Help to become more knowledgeable in your dog’s care!
  • Information on how to provide the best life for your pup.  A long, healthy, happy life.
  • Save big money on vet bills!
  • A private, caring community of like-minded dog lovers sharing their stories, pictures, and successes in dog training and health issues!

Why Am I Offering This LIMITED Charter Membership?

In exchange for this special pricing offer for the first 25 CHARTER members, all I ask is that you tell me how this membership has helped you and why others should join!

A charter member helps guide the direction of the membership. In your questions and subsequent answers you will be helping others that come after you, for this I am going to significantly discount your membership fees for life!

Lock in savings AND a fuller, safer, richer life for your dog!  As a CHARTER member, your membership fee will not go up!


 Forget the price structure above that is what the subsequent members are going to have to pay.


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