Dr Jones’ Tale of Woe

I write you today with tales of woe..

About me

I am currently in Spokane with a broken down Car Share Car…I belong to this car cooperative, with the idea of using less fuel, being nicer to the environment, walking more, living with one vehicle..

Which sounds great until you find yourself on the edge of Spokane in a Burger King parking lot breathing in exhaust, watching all the newer non-coop vehicles drive by..

A tow truck driver is to arrive soon, and fingers crossed, it will get repaired and I get home today

Here is a picture of the very friendly tow truck drivers dog!

Currently I am at the garage. As you can see in the picture, I am not totally impressed πŸ™‚

And yes, I’ll get a haircut soon

About The webinar

1537 clients have already registered.

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This is the MOST REGISTERED ever.

It’s going to be awesome!!

Dr Jones’ free dog health and nutrition online seminar which will reveal the secrets to keeping your dog healthy with food and at home remedies.

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Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM

P.S. Wish me LUCK…I really want to get home tonight.

P.P.S. As a Bonus for signing up, you’ll also get my NEW complimentary dog food secrets report which shows you HOW to choose a quality inexpensive food, PLUS specific kitchen ingredients you can add to dramatically improve the quality of your dog’s commercial food.

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9 thoughts on “Dr Jones’ Tale of Woe”

  1. I do hope you got home OK. Nothing worse than spending time at a garage on a Saturday afternoon.

    Looking forward to the seminar. I have three dogs that I feed home made food and they are all very healthy and going strong. But always want to learn more as I want to make sure I am giving them every advantage of good health. I have a 11 yr old female dalmatian, 5 1/2 year old male Dalmatian and a wire hair fox terrier who turns 2 in two weeks time. Thanks for all your help and knowledge to enables me to give the best to my beautiful dogs. Theresa

  2. Hello Friend,
    Do hope you get home soon. Sorry to hear of your broken down car. NOOOOOOO don’t cut your hair, you look very handsome the way it is. Maybe a trim but that’s all.
    Candace xoxoxo

  3. I am so sorry, Andrew. It is really hard not to fall down laughing. It could only happen to you and I am so glad you see the humor in it all. Have a great webinar! I have everything of yours because you are AWESOME! My dog Cesaer now lives seizure-free because of homeopathy, thanks to you. And also because it worked, I started to study Homeopathy several years ago and I can tell you it works on just about everything you can imagine. Blew me away. Most recently my mother had a stroke and was in ICU trying to die on me. she right arm was all drawn up, could barely swallow, she spoke in Martian…the list goes on. I’m thinking I have nothing to lose, right? So I studied and figured out the best homeopathic remedy for her, had it here in my pharmacy (thank God)…gave it to her, said a prayer and left for home. Arrived Sunday to find her up sitting in a chair in a regular room (not ICU) visiting with the lady in the bed next to her. Arm relaxed, speaking at about 85%, in a very good humor. BLEW ME AWAY. So she went from dying hospice mama to non-hospice REHAB MAMA!!! All this because of your course on homeopathy. See? You done good, Andrew. And my yellow lab loves you too because he now lives seizure-free with no barbiturates! Love you! Good luck with your c-c-c-car πŸ™‚

  4. Oddly enough I just came from Spokane, about 10 days ago. Now I’m 3000 miles away in South Carolina. Probably couldn’t have helped your situation unless your car was *really* old. Like mine. With a carburetor. It may look like a bucket of rust, but the guts are solid due to all the work I’ve done on it. That and I guess Chevrolet was too dumb to make things fall apart in 1984. The body is steel, that’s how dated it is.

    On my journey I fantasized about some kind of “solar truck co-op.” It would be especially helpful for low income people who need to move things across town. Problem is, what does one do about the tragedy of the commons? Scarce resources and all of that.

  5. It was obviously sabotage… we were trying to keep you here longer! πŸ˜‰

    It was great to see you, and I am looking forward to the webinar!


  6. OH, Dr. Jones, If I knew where only 30 miles away I could of come to help. My son is a Great Mechanic and maybe could of saved you a little money. Hope you got things fixed! Be Save going home! Who cares about the hair. Cindi

  7. I feel sorry for you,mainly because I live in Brazil,near the beach, in a constant 25-28Β°C,nice breeze and very few clothes on.
    Looking forward to the webinar.

  8. I shouldnt laugh but the picture of you is hillarious, are you still driving those cars?? You know what they say no good deed goes unpunished. Love your book, love you, your information has helped me look after my 8 year old Staffie who was diagnosed with pancreatitis a few weeks ago, my vet would have a seizure if she knew what natural therapies she’s been on. Cheers hope you got home:)

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