22 thoughts on “Dr Andrew Jones on T.V. – ‘The Balancing Act’”

  1. About the lead to you on a T.V. show:

    So far, so good. You look fine, not too nervous and the camera treats you well. You are a natural. Let us know when the show airs. Love to see it. Cneers,Ren.

  2. I hope that this will be shown in USA, I would love to see it. You look full of composure Dr. Jones. Good luck with it!

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    Congratulations Dr.Andrew Jones! You deserve only the best.May God continue to bestow his blessings upon you. Thank you for all you do. –==+==–

  4. You didn’t even get to say a word! I was on tv once and it is VERY nerve wracking. I didn’t like it one bit…good luck if this will be a regular thing for you. I’m sure you’ll be great! Break a leg…

  5. I just watched the clip of the Balancing Act show that you will be appearing on. I thought it would be more than a few seconds!!!! I am very disappointed they did not give you a chance to say anything!!!! That is the point of appearing on TV. You were great with controlling Vulcan by petting him. It was cute the way you continued to look directly at the TV camera and didn’t dare look anywhere else. I give you a lot of credit appearing on TV because it is NOT EASY at all to initially get used to it!!

    I love all your e-books and tutorials!!!! You are an extremely caring vet and have done a fantastic job of informing the public on various topics concerning the care of dogs and cats. All the best to you and your family.

  6. You look great! I am so proud of you getting this far! You will be helping animals everywhere on an even wider scale. You will surely run into obstacles telling truths that hurt clinic income, esp. since most vets are sincere and are not taught the true dangers of yearly vaccinations and holistic nutrition. Don’t let this go to your head, but the animal world needs you, as do their owners. Perhaps in time, the vet health field will learn more truths in these two areas and be even better equipped to help our companions in all areas of pet health. I encourage you to publish hardbound or paperback books as well, available to the public in book stores. Teach the veterinarian association kindly if they protest because who knows, maybe you may change something. Offer your books to vet colleges as part of a class!

  7. Dear Dr. J. Congratulations! You look great! Can’t wait to see the show! Thank you for all you do for our animals! Thank you for the warning about “Blue” Wilderness chicken…Grace only had 3 cups, but off we went to the Vet…We are awaiting the Blood Screen+Cbc+T4. Thank You!Blessings to you and your Families!

  8. You look super! Wish they would have let you say something though. Want to see more,so let us know if we will be able to see it in the US. You’ll do great !!

  9. I love to spoil my cats, (My only dog” Boo” had passed away) all my 4 cats sleep with me in bed, and each morning when I got up, I usually got down to their level and then we would all greeting each other by rubbing our heads against one others. They all love that. By the way, Dr. Jones, thank you for the book. It gave my cat Amy 7 extra months with me, and it’s helping my other cat Amber so much with her allergies. Thank you again.

  10. Vulcan II ?

    Is that because Nero the Romulan destroyed Vulcan I?

    Haha Star Trek joke sorry

    You looked great – energetic, eager – if only they had let you say something! Later I guess!

    Glad you’ll be spreading the healing word

    Where is Vulcan II going …?

  11. Great job being sooo successful!! and sharing your intellegance and experiences with us great website and information love it!!! Love reading!!!

  12. Dear Dr. Jones, You look great, and quite good looking too. Your dog looks so healthy and energetic. Hope your hostess lets you talk some so that we can all benefit from your expertise! Looking forward to watching the program. Congratulations! Argel

  13. Very glad to see you’re going to have some airtime! Really important that people get to hear what you have to day so well done for getting them to listen up.
    You looked pretty natural on the screen so I think you’ll be fine on the day. Maybe you could think of it as making one of your tutorials?? Might help you relax, but I don’t think you have anything to worry about :]
    Won’t be able to see the broadcast unfortunately as we are in Germany for a few months but hope to see a segment on here if possible.
    Good luck!

  14. You look great Dr. Jones. Amazing energy, ready for anything. It’s like nothing can stop you from doing what you love. Very inspiring!!!

  15. Whoa–where’d it go? I thought there would be more. What a tease! Make sure you let us know where and when we can watch it, or send it to us. I can’t wait to see it. Congratulations

  16. Hey Dr.Jones!

    You look good! You will do well and good for you!

    just a bitty tidbit- hopefully the dog’s tail did not hit the host or the table with the products?

    let us know when you’re on!

  17. This is great! For you, for the animals, for the caretakers of cats and dogs, for the industry. You are very courageous because we all know you will cause quite a stir with conventional vets. We can only hope some of them will take off their blinders and learn some things they haven’t researched themselves. Thank you for being a rebel and for all your very informative newsletters. Love hearing from you, and they are never boring. I have forwarded so many of them to fellow animal lovers and given them some education.

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