In this episode, recorded live, I welcomed the amazing Dr. Timo Tastutar and Lance Schuttler. We discuss the importance of noticing the warning signs your pets may be showing you, which may indicate something is wrong, however subtle.
We also talk about how we can have a greater relationship and understanding of our animals which, in turn, will allow us to support or treat any problems before they develop into something more serious. Plus, we cover a variety of questions asked by listeners, covering topics such as allergies, environment, and arthritis.
So sit back, enjoy with an open mind - Stay Curious, and Stay Free, and, very importantly, please do let us know what you think in the comments or the reviews. Thank you.
Dr. med. Vet. Timurhan Tastutar (Timo) is a Veterinarian, with a doctoral degree in Equine Cardiology. Dr. Timo has worked extensively in the Equine and Pet food and supplement industry – in production, formulation and consultation for various companies. Dr. Timo specialises in animal physiology and movement, with broad experience in rehabilitation and nano-medicine for Horses and Pets. He is known for his ability to break down complicated scientific data and concepts and explain them to the general public. He prefers natural solutions as much as possible and prioritises long-term functional solutions to avoid the drastic, unwanted side effects that are often associated with short-term results.
Lance Schuttler Graduated from the University of Iowa with a bachelor’s degree in Health Science and is the CEO and owner of Ascent Nutrition, a unique holistic nutrition company. He is also a Contributing Health and Wellness Writer at The Epoch Times.
His work includes the topics of regenerative agriculture, resource-based economies, and quantum technologies.
Next time, I'm once again joined by Dr. Timo and Lance for episode 2 of my series "Your Pets are Trying to Tell You Something" to discuss mobility and arthritis issues in our pets and humans.
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