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This group is the focal point for information dissemination and discussion around establishing the wide spread testing of Airedale Terriers for endocrine and immune health via the diagnostic and treatment practices of Dr. Alfred J. Plechner, DVM. These have been described in his recently published book - Fifty Years of Healing: Dr. Plechner's perspective on a half century of curing animals many had given up on. (CreateSpace 2012)


Dr. Plechner has been volunteering his consulting services to help ADTs. As owners, you should satisfy yourselves through your own research, and this websites's information, that this is what you want to do to ensure the health of your ADT before contacting him. There are resources here that will assist you in learning about Plechner's Syndrome. He will teach vets that are interested in learning how to do this rebalancing with ADTs that show abnormal results. If an ADT has Plechner's Syndrome, he will teach the vet how to treat it and explain why he thinks these regimes will work. But he isn't going to argue with them or debate with them. That is not Dr. Plechner's style. He has nothing to prove, he knows this works. He knows this is both safe and effective from his own research and clinical experience.

If ADT owners want treatment advice and their Vet balks, then they may have to make some hard choices in the appropriate care of their pet.

The website at http://www.drplechner.com provides access to Dr. Plechner's papers, articles, and information on how to arrange for his consultation.

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  • 126
  • Dogs
  • Mar 2, 2002
  • English

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