Health Inn Internet TV Interviews Stephen Blake DVM July 1 on Hypothyroidism In Pets

Health Inn internet TV & radio show host Debby Bruck interviews Dr Stephen Blake DVM on July 1, 2013 to discuss the epidemic rate of hypothyroidism in dogs. Learn the causes, signs and symptoms and steps to protect your pets.
CARY, N.C. - July 1, 2013 - PRLog -- "I wonder, do pets get the same diseases as their owners?" ~ Debby Bruck

Debby Bruck highlights important health and environmental issues and invites experts to teach viewers what they may not hear from mainstream media. For many people, their pets are a part of the family, but owners do not realize how best to protect them from disease and specifically thyroid dysfunction. Many culprits may be found around the home, garden and maybe even at the veterinarian's office.

Following up on the recent Health Inn Show on Hypothyroidism as a major epidemic in humans and the devastating effects on the lives of women, we learn that pets also suffer from this disorder. Dr Blake, DVM the "Pet Whisperer" explains what he has found in the world of animals and the interaction with our toxic environment. Do you know what you are feeding your pets?

We will get a bird's eye view of the thyroid gland. Learn how it functions, why it is necessary to support all the cells in the body and the potential havoc that can occur to the skin, heart, hair, nerves and eyes, etc of an animal when the hormone levels are not properly balanced.

Do you have questions to ask? Join us live. I'm interested to know if certain breeds of dogs are more susceptible to hypothyroidism? Are there certain foods to stay away from and others that are recommended? What drugs may be safely given to pets? Do pesticides, insecticides and fungicides affect our pets? When do we need to seek out a professional? Are pets more sensitive to hormone disruptors than humans? Can most people afford testing, treatment and medications? What will it take to keep our animals healthy? Will homeopathy or other alternative methods help?

Stephen R. Blake,  DVM,  CVA,  CVH.  Dr. Blake graduated from the University of Arizona 1969 with a BS in animal science. He graduated from Colorado State University in 1973 where he received his DVM. He has practiced small medicine for the past 38+ years in San Diego, California. The past 30 years he has specialized in alternative veterinary medicine, utilizing Classical Homeopathy, nutrition, glandular therapy, massage, Aromatherapy, Acupuncture, Gemmotherapy, Oligotherapy, Bach Flowers and Japanese Usui Reiki.

Dr. Blake graduated from Dr. Richard Pitcairn's first Veterinary certification course in 1993. He had been utilizing homeopathy in his practice for 13 years prior to taking the course. Certified in classical homeopathy by the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy in 1993 and in acupuncture by the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society in 1990. He finished his Japanese Usui Mastership program in Reiki in September of 2012. He now has a limited consultation practice in San Diego,  Ca.

Dr. Blake is a founding member of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association and was honored with being Holistic Practitioner for the year 2011 by the AHVMA membership. He has been a lecturer at the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association national conventions for the past 20 years. He has given many lectures on Homeopathy, Aromatherapy, Bach Flowers, Gemmotherapy, Aromatherapy, Nutrition and Bovine Colostrum. He also hosts a monthly Internet health newsletter, The Pet Whisperer™, for animals and people, which is read by thousands of pet owners and veterinarians around the world. He hosts the web site which is read by 100's of people each day on how to care for their animal friends and themselves in a natural, chemical free way.

Host Debby Bruck, founder of asked Dr Blake back to the Health Inn after an in-depth discussion with ThyroidMom Dana Trentini. The Pet Whisperer joined the conversation and explained that he's been watching the rise of this disease in dogs over the years. What changes have occurred to precipitate this problem? Are our pets the canaries in the coal mine? We encourage you to join the Monday July 1st program. Talk on the live chat, share with friends and call in to speak. We all need solutions. Debby's mission to create waves of awareness depends upon viewers to carry this message near and far.

Greetings from the doctor playing peace song on Native American Flute
~ Ubuntu Dr Blake and Dr. Louie ~
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