The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 31, 1998 · Page 59
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 59

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, May 31, 1998
Page 59
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Advertisement Dog & Cat Alert! Say Goodbye To Itching and Scratching For Good. By JJ. Leonard DRAMATIC RECOVERY & RELIEF: Dr. Jane's Pet Skin Care System really works to heal and soothe irritated skin, and restore pets'well-being. I s your pet suffering without your even knowing it, scratching and biting at itself until the skin gets irritated, red or sore? Has he torn out patches of hair? Or does his coat simply look dull and brittle? Over half of all dogs and cats will suffer from skin disease during their lifetimes, be it from fleas, allergies, dirt, genetics or poor diet. Unfortunately, dry or scaly skin can lead to itching and scratching, and eventually drive your pet to tear out hair, and gnaw and scratch the afflicted area. Once the skin is broken, infections can set in. Nancy Heyman thought she was going to have to put her Westie down. "1 spent thousands of dollars on this dog, and she was still so miserable, just itching and scratching day and night," she £ recalls. "1 was giving up hope. Then 1 started with 5 Dr. Jane's Pet Skin Care System. What a godsend!" ^ If watching your beloved animal scratch itself I bald doesn't prompt a round of visits to the | vet, the subsequent infection surely will. If | you're lucky, you'll wind up with a whopping bill I and an animal that's on the mend. Standard =' treatments, however, can occasionally be ineffec- "j tive, harmful, even toxic. Thankfully, there is a * new, natural way to treat and prevent your pet's I problems. ANIMALS'NEW BEST FRIEND i The herbal treatments created by Dr. jane ••- Bicks, D.YM. not only provide relief, they help I insure a pet's optimum health. For the award l| winning veterinarian doesn't just treat skin irrita- 1 lions on the surface, she tackles the disease from ps the inside out, supplying the body with essential nutritional oils that actually alter and decrease the entire itching process in most pets. Before- and-after photos show just how effective her approach is. Which explains why so many people have come to think of Dr. Jane as their personal vet. Finding solutions to problems that afflict animals is what Dr. Jane is all about. And her Pet Skin Care System—comprised of her Skin Relief Kit and her patented Essential Gold Wafers—not only does that better than anything else around, it will leave your pet's hair soft and silky. Her Skin Relief Kit includes three topically applied formulas: Her Bath Formula (16 oz.)—made from a natural formula—helps stop itching, soothes and lubricates inflamed or dry skin, eliminates excess oil, and offensive body odors. "It's been a life-saver and a money-saver," says Great Falls' Emma Olson. The Soothing Mist Formula (8 oz.)—with its Aloe Vera and other natural ingredients—works to stop itching, decrease redness and promote healing. "It's the only tiling that helped," says Carole Griffith, whose cat developed scabby patches along her spine. Most pets with skin disease have problems with dieir ears. Dr. Jane's Ear Care Formula (4 oz.) brings wax and dirt to the surface, drying up oily ears and soothing sore ones. It even helps prevent "swimmer's ear." But it's not enough to simply treat an animal externally. Just as with us, an animal's skin and coat reflect the body's condition like a mirror. Most topical skin treatments fail because you can't just treat the outside symptoms and expect to get results. You have to tackle the condition from the inside as well. Veterinarians have been recommending oils and fats to deal with itchy, dry, irritated skin and dry hair coats for years. Recently, scientists at Cornell University discovered that some oils actually inhibit up to 50 percent of the itching caused by fleas or allergies by stopping the body's inflammatory pathways from over-reacting. Dr. Jane's Essential Cold (60 chewable wafers) combines these special Omega 3, 6 and 9 Essential Fatty Acids—which also help build the immune system, and add sheen and fullness to the coat. Since these chewable wafers are made with a special taste appeal for your pet, even the most finicky will accept them. Simply feed as a treat or crumble over your pet's food, and then watch the results. You won't believe the difference in your pet's skin and newly lustrous coat. "Poochie was just a mess. Yet within two weeks of starting her on Dr. Jane's Essential Gold, she had stopped itching and scratching herself, and her sores had healed," says Darlene Peters. "You can tell she's feeling better. I feel like we have our dog back!" Dr. Jane—author of three books about pet care and featured on Home Shopping Network's Pet Solutions by Dr. Jane, as well as on Lifetime and the TV Food networks—lives for these success stories. For she's an animal lover who owns three cats, a rescued yellow dog and goat that was scheduled to be curried, a formerly abused monkey, four horses, two of which she saved from neglect and malnutrition, and an ugly but lovable, old cow. Not content to care for her own menagerie, Dr. Jane also nurses sickly calves who aren't being tended, and covers them when it's cold. "Every animal deserves to be healthy and happy," she says. That dedication is reflected in her product line. She personally oversees production to insure that everything is of the highest quality. And to make sure that literally no question remains unanswered, she lists an 800 number on the label of each product, and she and her staff personally answer every single call from concerned pet owners. Veterinarians like Dr. L. Phillips Brown, D.VM., a nationally prominent educator, author and speaker in the animal care field, not only extol her products, they include them in their practices. "The dramatic results of your products make them an important part of our therapeutic regime," he wrote Dr. Jane in a recent letter. Of course, the best solution is to avoid pet skin problems altogether. Dr. Jane estimates that over half of the problems that wind up being treated by veterinarians could have been prevented. And though she urges anyone to head to the vet if their animal is in severe pain or distress, or if a prob- lem doesn't clear up in a week, hundreds of testimonial phone calls and letters — and sales of half a million dollars in just three months — demonstrate just how effective her Pet Skin Care System can be. For Dr. Jane's Pet Skin Care System helps control and improve conditions before they become aggravated or get out of hand, which saves pet owners a bundle. The fact is that your pet's disease can cost you up to $500-$600 during a warm season. Yet you can treat— and even prevent — your pet's skin problems with Dr. Jane's Pet Skin Care System at a cost of just $39.95. "You have to take care of your pets, because they can't take care of themselves," says Dr. Jane. So ask your vet about Dr. Jane's Pet Skin Care System, and then order without a moment's delay. For after all, your pet deserves the best. And you now hold the key to his or her well-being. CURB SKIN & COAT PROBLEMS This is your chance to Ireat your cal or dog to the best in skin and coat care. Though a single visit to the vet (along with prescriptions) can cost S100 or more, Dr. Jane's Pet Skin Care System is now available to our readers for just $39-95. Credit card holders call toll-free: 1(800)725-9678 Dr. Jane Enterprises, Dept.UT2 5849 Okeechobee Blvd., Suite 201 West Palm Beach. FL 33417 Please send me _ (qty.) Dr. Jane Pet Skin Care Syslem(s) for Ihe special price of $39-95 plus $4.95 shipping and handling. Enclosed is $ _ (FL residents add sales tax). Make check or money order payable to Dr. fane Enterprises. 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed. Charge my: [ ]Visa, [ ]Mastercard Card No. Exp. date / Name: Address:. State Zip_

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