Vienna Honey Touch of Life had her puppies on February 2, 2018, 2 days before the Super Bowl. She did a super job and we named the boys after Edelman, Gronk, Brady and Amendola. Edelman came out first and trying to nurse even before he finished being delivered. He was little, agile, and very determined. Next was a huge breach boy who gave his mom a lot labor pains, and we called him Gronk as “he was protecting his head due to his concussion. “Then as smooth as silk, came out the next boy in a perfect delivery, and that was Brady. The girls came next and are so beautiful, but they are not yet named. The final puppy was a brown boy, we named him Amendola.
Vienna is my fourth generation of holistically raised standard poodles; who have been my Micro Biome Restorative Therapy (MBRT or Fecal Transplant) donors for almost 7 years. Now, with this 5th generation, we will be able to share 24 years of holistic feeding and care with other animals. With no antibiotics, minimal vaccines and titered, organic homemade food, no pesticides or herbicides, and only natural cleaning products these pups we hope to have a more complete micro biome.
MASH has done more than 6,000 fecal transplants and are shipping my dog’s and cat’s poop all over the USA. It has transformed the health of so many pets.
Our clients and their pets have been able to experience the positive effects of regaining a healthy micro biome, which they can receive fresh with an MBRT at MASH. We were the first veterinary clinic in the world to start a fecal bank for dogs and cats. Other veterinary practices all over the world are starting to use fecal transplants and I am proud that these dogs have helped to make this modality and support part of main stream medicine. What still makes our MBRT so successful is 1) prepping the receivers gut and 2) combining the MBRT with Ozone. Ozone helps reduce the biofilm and increases stem cells in the colon columnar cells as well as starting oxidative stress that increases the function of the mitochondria, which are the batteries of the cells. Rectal ozone goes to the liver through the caudal rectal vein and, since ozone activates the mitochondria and the liver has a high concentration of mitochondria, this is helpful to healing. With the addition of injectable vitamins (vitamins A and D, B-complex, and vitamin C) we are allowing the MBRT to be successful.
Our goal is to feed this litter a more plant- based diet so we can introduce the idea of healthier whole food diet and save more animals lives by not killing them for food. It’s a lot of work but they are cute and fun and a blessing to us all.
See those cute ones