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The Healthy Pet Network is an interactive online community and network of forward thinking animal health care professionals, animal advocates and pet owners, who believe that proactive care, preventative practice and innovative techniques will lead the way to the future of “Whole and Complete” Animal Health. Their mission is to deliver, to the general public, the latest cutting edge information on Pet Health and Longevity.
The Healthy Pet Network provides many free services including an extensive library of information & educational materials based on the case studies and many years of research and development by Dr Alfred J Plechner DVM. Other free services include: a pet lovers social community (Critter Power.com), a very popular “Healthy Pet Digest” newsletter, “Ask the Doc” feature, a highly informative blog and much more.
The Healthy Pet Network is led by Terry & Michael Goldman, who have partnered with Globally Renowned Veterinarian Dr Alfred J Plechner.
Terry & Michael are online entrepreneurs and animal care givers. Success would mean nothing to them if they were not able to contribute back to the environment. “Their Dream” is to develop a large animal sanctuary in the mountains. This will be to provide a home, food, medical attention and love for homeless or injured animals. A portion of all they earn goes to this mission.
Dr Alfred J. Plechner DVM, has been a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine for Over 40 years, with special interests in Nutrition, Immunology and Endocrinology. His contributions to animal nutrition have been groundbreaking and his discovery of an "Endocrine-Immune Imbalance" and the development of a protocol to treat it, has been revolutionary. Doctor Plechner has devoted over forty years to his practice and research and has successfully treated well over 140,000 afflicted animals, most of which were considered "end of the line animals" that his peers had given up on. He has written several books including “Pets at Risk” and “Pet Allergies.
Together, their mission and focus is to make a difference in the lives of animals by getting the latest healthy pet information out to pet owners worldwide so they can provide the best quality health for their pets.
You can Visit the Health Pet Network at: www.healthypetnetwork.org.
You can find a vast array of health information, tips, stories and articles at the Healthy Pet Network Blog: www.HealthyPetNetwork.net
The Healthy Pet Network is a character based coalition of forward thinking animal health care professionals and advocates who promote proactive care, preventative practice and innovative techniques in animal health. Our mission is to create a unique online support community. A cutting edge website; which is an interactive network of information, education, products and services that promote and enhance “Whole & Complete” Animal Health and promises the tools needed to create a ‘foundation of wellness’ that will keep all pets and their human companions safe from catastrophic illness and disease.
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