This is an unusual testimony but nevertheless a wonderful one. We have known about the Hallelujah Acres and diet for about 15 years now when Dr. Malkmus came to talk at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI.
We were given a sweet Pomeranian dog (age 6) six years ago by a co-worker of my husband. She is now 12 years old. She could no longer take care of "Coco" because she had to move in and care for her aging mother.
I have a very different kind of testimony that may be of interest to pet lovers. In July of this year I bought a pair of guinea pigs from a local pet store. They were both young and beautiful. After a few days at home, I noticed that the female was having loud, labored breathing. When I took her to the vet, he told me she had a severe respiratory infection, probably pneumonia, and that there was a good chance she might not make it.
Dear George, Here's a different slant on The Hallelujah Diet. When our Border Collie (Holly) got sick a year and a half ago, I began thinking that if proper diet works for humans, then it should work for Holly also. At the time, Holly had Pyoderma -- a skin infection. It had broken out all over her body and face as oozing sores. The vet gave us antibiotics, but I could not get them into her.
Hi George and Olin, I need to share this with you, as I had sent some information to you earlier which indicated that Alfalfa was poisonous to cats. I wondered if Barley Max was safe to use in their food.