What is the first and most important thing that skeptical and caring dog owners should do in such times of high chemical prevalence to save our dogs and those of others? We should not take the “gospel” of “Natural and Herbal”!
Don’t believe any testimonials on any website, written or visual adverts! Remember, those giving testimonies have been handsomely paid to say what they’ve been directed to say. It’s not happening out of the good heart. They are simply paid, actors! In the case of written ads, it’s possible for anyone to come up with numerous fake testimonials, each signed with different names and zip codes! A good number of such ads are nothing but a fake! Before deciding to trust any of those ads, you should be armed with credible information from trusted sources such as the National Library of Medicine’s PubMed and MedlinePlus.
These sources are recommended by the National Institutes of Health. You can as well trust information from highly qualified Veterinary herbalists. As the need for herbal remedies increases, the veterinary community increases the number of vet herbalists. We hope that this content was of much help and will inspire you to do thorough research before deciding to start using just anything that preaches the gospel of “Natural and Herbal.” In this times, nearly everyone is fighting to get a share of our hard earned buck, so there is a dire need for every one of us to be well informed so as not to be deceived.