What’s laughter and dogs have in common?

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I just love to be happy.  I love laughing so today I am going to share about my dog’s recovery from Lupus.  This happened recently.

I took my dog in for a drippy eye and walked out hearing possibly Lupus condition.  I went to a 2nd clinic and the biopsy showed same. I went to a 3rd clinic and went for the treatments I desired for her like I would myself.

All clinics offered me no hope of recovery, but I laughed myself to not believing what I heard, but what I believe.

I am so happy I followed my heart and not their advice that today I am laughing big because she is recovered from LUPUS and doing great.  She’s now 11 and eats like a HORSE — better than before when I thought she was eating healthy too. Now I know what healthy eating for dogs should look like. This furry dog became a “greyhound” look when she was at her worst.  Now she’s got all her hair back.  The last laugh is not on  myself but to the vets who refuse to explore other options. I am radical in nature, but glad I am so.  I wish more vets thought this way and perhaps saved many lives instead of recommending the “gloom” report every pet owner dreads to hear.  Now I say “laugh” to advice you can’t buy into and see the results.

Here’s a nice video link to share with you.  Put this link into your address bar.  It will be worth it.  Amazing story.



Carol, a voice to adopted dogs and other pets needing that mother’s voice–let it be ME!

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hidss November 30, 2010 at 2:26 pm

Love it! Thumbs up!

Carol Giambri December 14, 2010 at 7:02 am

Glad you enjoyed it George! Fun writing and sharing.

dog behavior problems December 27, 2010 at 2:24 am

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Annamae Resse December 31, 2010 at 7:58 pm

Good blog! I like it.

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