Dan Moore is the owner of ‘The Natural Vet.Net’, a website promoting natural solutions for health problems for animals.
He has a unique and fascinating perspective on the industry and a wealth of information to share, so it’s well worth checking out the site or following him on Twitter if you want to learn more. Fortunately for us, he has also agreed to take some time out of his busy schedule to answer some of our questions and it makes for interesting reading. See below for our full interview.
Q1. Can you tell us a little bit about ‘The Natural Vet’ and what it is that you do?
The Natural Vet is all about developing and providing more natural solutions for health challenges facing pets, people and horses. It’s all about educating the public about the fact that there are alternatives available. Product use, magazine articles, educational seminars, horse and pet expos, our library at www.thenaturalvet.net, question and answers through www.askdrdan.com and more are all part of how we achieve results.
Q2. You sell a number of products from your site, can you tell us what your aim is with these?
Healthy pets, people and horses using what nature provides instead of drugs and chemicals when possible.
Q3. What problems do you see with pets regularly?
Allergies, skin and coat, gut, joints, lameness, parasitic, and metabolic issues for horses, pets, and people.
Q4. What do you think are the best ways that people can prevent their pets from getting ill? What are some general tips you can give to readers?
Don’t wait until there is an ISSUE, prevent it. When there is an issue educate yourself AND ask your veterinarian on what might be available naturally instead of drugs and chemicals. Don’t over vaccinate yourself, your pets or your horses but rather ask your health care professional about blood titer testing instead. Nutritionally prevent issues and avoid food from boxes and bags. Packaged food is more for longer shelf life rather than longer life!
Q5. Anything else that you would like to add?
We also have a line of products specifically for vet clinics and only available to vets. The website on those is www.vetassured.com.