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Friday, May 9, 2008

Dr. Pink's Update On Robin

Dr. Pink Pinkerton, herbalist extraordinaries, received this update from Robin yesterday. She tells him that she is back in the swing of things, although she is carrying some extra baggage!

Dr. Pink remembers when Robin could barely get up because of the residual effects of Lyme's disease. Viki who is Robin's person has been so wonderful, such a great dog mom.

Dr. Pink Pinkerton salutes Vicki for her care of the very sick Robin who is on her way to recovery.


From: Vicki L.
Date: 5/8/2008 2:41:31 PM
To: 'PawHealer'
Subject: Robin

Great News!



Last night we finally got good enough weather to start holding our outdoor agility classes. Robin participated in her class for the first time in 2 YEARS!!!!!! She is still heavy, but if she continues to improve and move more, she may get back to competitive weight yet.



I took her to my craniosacral therapist this Monday. We tried doing an Ionic footbath with Robin and got LOTS of ugly stuff out the bottom of her feet. I continue to soak her in Epsom salts at home when she seems to be in need of releasing toxins.



Just thought you’d like to know. We are on maybe the 4th day of her new powders.





Thanks,

Vicki and Robin





Pinky
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