for the love of dog wellness centre




In the last 15 years since we started this journey of raw diet and wellness, my dogs have all lived longer than the ones before them. I went from my first dog who died at 10 of cancer to my next living to 13.5 years, to the next living to almost 15 years. These were both dogs who weighed 70 and 90 lbs – a larger breed that is well known to die earlier due to there size. My white-hot mess of a papillon, the catalyst for all things wellness was 17 years old when he died. I had reversed most of his allergies and lessened the rest and got him off of his OCD pills. He had no arthritis until he was 16 years old and no illnesses.

We have successfully taken care of allergies in dogs, but even better were are adopting dogs to PEOPLE with allergies who normally would end up with “non-allergic” dogs only. Now they were able to adopt beagles, lab and spaniel mixes, just to name a few.

This Wellness Centre, dedicated to dogs and their people, came about when I realized my Hank was not the only dog in the world with ear infections. With Camp LotsaDogs as a boarding facility I met all kinds of people and their dogs. Their dogs had a lot of physical and emotional problems in common. I had no idea we had such sick dogs and that none of us realized it didn’t have to be that way. But none of us knew to look for answers never mind WHERE to look for answers. Heck, I didn’t even know that there were QUESTIONS!

HERE is where you find answers to all kinds of common and uncommon dog problems and HERE is where you get answers and solutions THAT WORK! WHAT WE OFFER: Raw Diet (see our product line), Holistic and Homeopathic solutions, flower remedies for emotional problems (yours and your dog’s), behaviour training for you and rehabilitation for your dog, a weight loss and fitness centre for your dog ( The Dog Park @ The Barn), physical injury rehabilitation, referrals to places that do what we can’t and a place for those who can to list their businesses with us.

We are interested in alternatives to traditional ‘medicine’, and ways to cure problems, not just treat the symptoms over & over. We will soon have a FORUM where we can all share ideas, successes and resources. The definition of insanity is “Doing the same thing over & over again expecting a different result”. We don’t accept insanity of the vet and commercial food industries anymore which allows our pets to be on medications for illnesses that are avoidable, dying far too young of cancer as well.


2 comments on this topic

  1. Allen Kozlov says:

    We adopted Peaches a beautiful sister for Molly recently. Peaches is a six year old Terrapoo, gives lots of kisses and loves Molly. When you adopt a dog, you save two lives. Sue Steiner and staff gives lots of love and is very knowledgable (More then the Vets) on all aspects the the dogs well being, please adopt dogs from Camp Lots of Dogs, you will not be sorry.
    Thank you Sue for all your help and Kindness over the years we now have two wonderful Dogs from Sue.

    Allen and donna Kozlov-Whitby Ontario

    1. donna cooper says:

      Sue just wanted to let you know that it was 2 yrs.yesterday when we adopted Bear.He has turned out to be the best dog ever.He’s so lovable and brings me joy every day.In the beginning he was a challenge but was worth it.would like to join the hike but not able to download the pledge sheet for some reason.Anyway,just wanted to let you know , we appreciate all you and your crew do for these dogs.I often think about what the outcome would have been for Bear if it wasn’t for your generosity and love for these creatures. Thanks for caring sincerely, Donna and Garnet.

      1. Tim says:

        Hi, we have a ten year old French bull dog named Louie. Louie had a lot of digestion and skin problems as he got older. On and off for three years we’d have to take Louie to the vets for antibiotics for skin and ear infections. About a year ago, after various inconclusive tests to treat a breathing issue we had a to decide whether or not to do a lung biopsy. Louie was lethargic and wanted to be left alone. He couldn’t walk to the end of he street. The vet figured he had lung cancer and the biopsy would confirm it. Instead of putting Louie through a procedure that could possibly kill him, we decided to try him on raw food. I had heard about it from my father and thought what could it hurt. I honestly thought Louie was not long for our world. Today, Louie looks and acts like a pup! His fur is great and he has no skin or ear infections. His breathing issues have all but gone. The only change I made with Louie was to give him raw food. I wouldn’t recommend anything else for your dog!

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