Saturday, February 21, 2009

Teleconference: The Animal Communication Book Club

I am honored to be an invited guest and hope you will join me and renown animal communicator, Maureen Harmonay as we discuss
The Healing Art of Pet Parenthood.

This is from her blog:

"I'm simply delighted to announce that my guest on the next "Conversations with Animal Authors" teleconference will be Nadine M. Rosin, author of The Healing Art of Pet Parenthood, a book that's creating a big buzz among animal lovers across the country. I'll be interviewing her "live" on Thursday, February 26th at 8:00pm (EST), and I hope you'll join me.

In The Healing Art of Pet Parenthood, Ms. Rosin chronicles her 19-year journey with her beloved dog, Buttons, who was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma when she was eight years old, and given just six weeks to live unless she had her tail amputated and followed a grueling course of radiation and chemotherapy.

Devastated, but undeterred, Nadine refused to accept that grim prognosis, and took matters into her own hands. She tapped into her background as a trained therapeutic bodyworker and created a revolutionary holistic regimen for Buttons, eliminating all household toxins from her environment, cleansing her body of all residual toxins, and giving Buttons' body the nutritional support it needed to heal itself. The results were dramatic. Buttons was not only cured, but she thrived for an additional 11 years, passing peacefully of old age a week before her 19th birthday.



2 comments:

Supplies Just for Pets said...

This is an amazing story and since losing my cat Patches to cancer and kidney failure I would interested in this for sure.

Anita said...

I wish I had known about holistic pet care when my miniature German schnauzer was diagnosed with congestive heart failure. She died prematurely, a month before her 9th birthday, after she had been very sick for several years. I was heartbroken for quite a while as she was like another one of my children, and I still cry sometimes when I think about her (she died in 2003). I believe now that she was exposed to too many toxins that caused her illness, but I didn't know it at the time.