Dentist Pulls Patient's Teeth To Cure Erectile Dysfunction, Schizophrenia

Dentist Pulls Patient's Teeth To Cure Erectile Dysfunction, Schizophrenia
The dentist, however, who apparently does boast of being a recognized healer, claims he removed his patient's teeth because the man was suffering from inflammation of the bone and that he was allergic to the fillings in his teeth. According to the
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Mother's mouth is left like a 'bombsite' after botched dental treatment – and
She also suffered 50 per cent bone loss because of untreated gum disease, wrongly placed implants, and teeth that had fractured in half. She says the treatment even led to other health problems, with constant hip pain, splitting headaches and mobility …
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Hi Inderific. We agree that the graphic is shockin…

Hi Inderific. We agree that the graphic is shocking and almost unbelievable. Zillow currently has 480 homes in Oakland listed as foreclosure sale or auction as of today (April 20, 2015). You can Google that info from any city by pulling up 'Zillow + Foreclosures + Name/City'

What the 'blue dots' can't show you is the full number homes that are bank owned by not on the market right now. Banks have been forced to release just a portion of foreclosure homes at a time in order to control the market some (the pricing, actually)

Here's the link to the Oakland sales:,pf_pt/13072_rid/days_sort/37.835276,-122.159986,37.747236,-122.303495_rect/12_zm/

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Jerky Problems AGAIN: an infographic

Are you kidding me? After years of pressure, people finally get pet stores to agree to stop carrying treats from China only to have a new crop of cases of illness emerge in pets who ate jerky with a “Made in the USA” label.

Is it sourcing? Is it weird contamination from aliens? Who cares! Just don’t buy it. It’s not worth the risk. Feed your pet an apple, or some of their regular food, or follow the link to where I show you how to make it yourself.

Or watch the video:

Click here to view the embedded video.


Any questions?


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Meeting Lucca – A Military Service Dog | Video

Lucca, a military service dog, served in the United States Marine Corps for 6 years. Her service included two deployments to Iraq and one to Afghanistan. She led over 400 patrols, which resulted in no injuries.

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TropiClean Launches Fresh Breath For All Life Stages

Wentzville, MO (PRWEB) December 03, 2014

According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, periodontal disease is the number one disease among dogs and cats. In 2010, TropiClean launched their Fresh Breath line of dental products that required no brushing and used all natural ingredients. Now TropiClean has launched their new Puppy line and Advanced Whitening with 3DMicroGuard? for all life stages of the pet.

?We know that starting good oral care habits young is one of the most effective ways to create lasting oral health for our dogs,? Derrik Kassebaum, VP of Sales, TropiClean. ?We all have pets in different life stages with different needs. Our hope is to provide the best products for every pet in whatever stage of life they are in. That?s why we created our new Puppy products and Advanced Whitening with 3DMicroGuard?,? said Kassebaum.

TropiClean says their new puppy line features products specifically formulated for this stage of your dogs? life including ingredients that help ?sooth minor gum irritation and address plaque and tartar before it starts?. The Advanced Whitening with 3DMicroGuard? works on the toughest cases, often found with senior pets. The products are set to hit shelves in late December and early January.

TropiClean has been innovating natural products in the pet industry for over 20 years. For information on TropiClean and the natural products they offer visit or find them on Facebook and Twitter.

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Wisdom Panel 3.0- the next gen DNA test has arrived

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Mars Veterinary Wisdom 3.0 Panel. Opinions are those of the author.


So, if I showed you a picture of a dog, you may be able to tell me a little about him or her.


You would often be able to make some generalizations about temperament-


Or adult size-

Or medical concerns, such as whether or not a dog can tolerate ivermectin.

But what about when it’s not entirely obvious, as is the case with my friend Karen’s adorable dog Ramone?


He’s been labelled everything from shar-pei to Bernese Mountain Dog to pit bull. Karen doesn’t care, because she evaluated him on an individual basis before deciding he was just perfect, which is what groups with extensive adoption experience like the ASPCA recommend anyway.

On the other hand, there are some good reasons to know the genetic history of a dog beyond the simple novelty of it all. Shelters who have used DNA testing such as the Wisdom panel have found potential adopters really like having a bit of extra information in front of them. For example, my friend adopted a pup about a year ago with a projected weight of 30 pounds who looked pretty similar to these guys:


As of his first birthday, he just topped 50 strapping pounds and still growing.

Or what if you have a dog who might be part Australian shepherd but you’re not sure and he has Demodex? It would be nice to know if he has the MDR1 mutation before taking your chances on a course of ivermectin treatment.




When Mars Veterinary Wisdom panels first came out a while back, people (myself included) had mixed reactions. What started out as a novelty has grown to have some real use. As our knowledge of the canine genome has evolved, so too has the role of DNA testing in dogs, everything from keeping dogs in homes when a misinformed landlord says, “but he LOOKS like a pit bull!” to increasing shelter adoption rates to helping HOAs bust the person who isn’t picking up after their dog’s business in the common area.

The latest version, Wisdom Panel 3.0, has the added benefit of screening for the MDR1 mutation, a test licensed for home use for the first time to Mars Veterinary  by Washington State University. The MDR1 mutation is known to affect particular breeds and results in some very specific drug sensitivities.


Over the next six months, the Wisdom Panel Swab-a-thon Tour will be partnering with communities and shelters to swab the DNA of a number of their dogs, with the reports showcased to help match the pets to compatible homes. (I am really excited about the way this is helping shelter pets!) They will also be offering the product to consumers at the events.

The regular test runs $ 84.99, but the Swab-a-thons will offer discounts to pet owners during the events. On April 10, 11, & 12th Wisdom Panel will be hosting the first Swab-a-thon at the America’s Family Pet Expo in Costa Mesa, California. Visitors to the Wisdom Panel booth can take home a discounted kit for $ 49.99. 3 weeks later, you get a report and the results of the MDR1 test for you to discuss with your vet.

For more information about the Wisdom Panel or to see if there’s a Swab-a-thon coming to your area, you can check them out at: Wisdom Panel,  Facebook , Twitter, Pinterest, and on Instagram.

Happy sleuthing! Isn’t science neat?



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We’re Sending a Guatemalan Child to School for One Year!

Hooray…we did it! Thanks to your purchases in our store and your social sharing of our store with your friends, one child in the community of La Esperanza, Guatemala will be…

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10 uses for Cream of Tartar – Joni Hilton

10 uses for cream of tartar – Joni Hilton shows you great ways to use this amazing item around the house Check out my website: Visit my Facebook: Follow…

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Give a dog a bone … Ragnar

This adorable three month old bull terrier pup wasn’t about to give up his bone and look at the camera.

He’s called Ragnar (a Viking name) and lives in Menton.  Sadly he was born deaf but his owner is teaching him hand signals.


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A Slow Learner

This is a very slow learning process.  Good thing I have a patient dog.

Crazy Coulee and Little Lacey

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