Thursday, March 6, 2008

Speaker: Dr. Gloria Dodd

I’m thrilled to announce Dr. Gloria Dodd, Veterinarian, Retired, Holistic, Dowser will be in Sebastopol on March 22 to speak on Penduling For Health.

Everyone and anyone is encouraged to be at the Sebastopol Senior Center by 2:15, so we are ready to hear this remarkable veterinarian share her stories, with time for questions, from 2:30 to 4:30. Then she and her husband must leave to return to Gualala to take care of their 2 dogs and cat.

Hopefully you have a calendar close by, so you’ll remember to come to this very important event and be on time. I don’t want to miss a minute, and hopefully you won’t want to either! Dr. Dodd will bring enough handouts, and I’ll have enough chairs set up for those who RSVP. (

We’ll be in a larger room with a DVD player and a TV monitor, so we’ll be able to see a touching story about the recovery of a blind horse. If you’re not familiar with the health connection between animals and humans – what makes them sick and what makes them healthy - come and be amazed at what she was willing to learn (outside the box) continues to use, and willing to share with us!

Dr. Dodd: A Brief Biography
After graduating from University of California, Davis Veterinary School in 1960, Dr. Dodd practiced orthodox veterinary medicine for 16 years. However, during those years, she became increasingly frustrated with the inadequacies of drug and surgery medicine.

In 1972 she began studying classical Chinese needle acupuncture from a small group of holistically minded veterinarians, who were instrumental in creating the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS) and the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA). These members used a multitude of natural healing therapies.

In 1976 Dr. Dodd traveled to Germany to study with Dr. Rheinhold Voll, a pioneer holistic medical doctor.

It took her two years to prove that Dr. Voll's Electroacupuncture According to Voll (EAV) also worked for animals. Dr. Dodd published her work and taught the method to other veterinarians.

While in Germany she studied with a master dowser of geopathic stresses, which opened up a whole new field of exploration. She learned to use L rods to locate water vein crossings in the homes of her animal cancer cases, and learned how to deray the property.

She not only learned to use a pendulum, but also to map dowse. Now she calls on her professional dowser friend, Carl Bracy of Burney, California to do that work for her.

When Dr. Dodd was in England and South America she learned to do "Radionics" broadcasting of healing remedies for patients remotely.

She visited Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she discovered Hazel Parcells, a world famous legendary healer and teacher in the fields of energy and natural self-healing. Hazel lived to be 106 years old (1889-1996). She also became Dr. Dodd’s favorite mentor. Hazel taught many revolutionary aspects of remote healing, which has served and continues to serve Dr. Dodd and her clients well.

Several years ago Dr. Dodd joined the American Association of Dowser’s Contra Costa County Chapter and attended many North Coast Dowser’s conferences in Santa Cruz. In addition to enjoying the camaraderie of other dowsers, she learned so much more about how dowsing can benefit mankind.

Check out her website where she has compiled a great deal of information regarding animal diseases and what she has found to help them. You can also learn about and purchase over 150 custom homeopathic remedies she has registered with the FDA, for birds, cats, dogs, horses, reptiles and rodents.

1 comment:

Roy D. Slater said...

I want to know what other veterinarians think of holistic medicine for pets. It's an interesting idea, I guess if you would consider using it on yourself then you probably could use it on your pets.