Resources

These are some of my favorite resources for the health and well being of animals.

Health Products & Remedies

Pegasusproducts.com When you have a reading with Joy you may learn that your pet could benefit from an herbal remedy. Go to “descriptions”, then on to “animal elixirs” and choose the elixir you feel will help your pet based on the reading.

Animal Elixirs       homeopathic flower remedies

Dr. Mercola Digestive Enzymes for Pets (on Dr. Mercola’s page–www.shopmercola.com and also on Amazon.com)

Bach Flower remedies that can be bought online and are carried at many health food stores . I do have specific combinations that I can recommend to you at an extra cost, just let me know.

A Better Way Pet Carewww.abetterwaypetcare.com . (formerly Natures Farmacy West)

Natures Farmacy has overall pet nutrition products for dogs, cats and horses:  naturesfarmacy.com

CannaPet has a great selection of CBD products: www.canna-pet.com

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Finding Lost Pets

I no longer offer this service.

  • I recommend that you go to Penelope Smith’s page: www.animaltalk.net .  Animal communicators from all over the US are listed there and what they specialize in.  There are many who specialize in lost pets listed there.
  • See if you can find someone who specializes in the art of dowsing (exactly the kind that used to find oil and water in the western movies).  I have found in my search for pets that often times a dowser can narrow down the area that the pet may be in and with the help of an animal communicator who specializes in lost pet, you have a better chance of finding your pet.

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Professional Referral Groups
The American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture: https://www.aava.org

The Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine: www.tcvm.com

International Veterinary Acupuncture Society:  www.IVAS.orsg

Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy: https://theavh.org
American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association: https://www.ahvma.org

American Veterinary Chiropractic Association:www.animalchiropractic.org
I recommend that if you don?t have a veterinary chiropractor in your area that you at least use a human chiropractor that has graduated from the veterinary chiropractic course. Anatomy is quite different and so the techniques for adjusting might also be different.