Pat McKay Bio
Acknowledged pioneer and leader in the development of the raw and fresh food diet, animal nutritionist, classical homeopathic practitioner, counselor and author, Pat McKay is nationally recognized by animal health care professionals for her contribution to the raw food revolution for cats and dogs.
She has devoted over 30 years researching and completing thousands of case studies where her findings consistently reveal that a raw food program insures maximum health results from her animal clients.
Moving from the theoretical to the practical, McKay has spent the last 30 years synthesizing her findings to create a complete nutritional guide, which offers the most up-to-date clinical information and quick-step menus that make raw, fresh-food preparations both fun and easy.
In 2003 Pat McKay sold her business and retired. In 2008 Pat founded the Society for Animal Homeopathy, and continued her nutrition consulting and practicing homeopathy. From 2003 to 20010, Pat helped several people and companies start their own supplements businesses; however, every one of the people disappointed her because they didn't follow through with the necessary information, advice, and guidance in using her supplement formulas. In 2009, Pat started ESSENTIALS4ALL, and is now running the business herself again.
Her present companions are Dutch, a Dutch shepherd, 16 years, Josie, a Lab/Pointer, 3 years, her son, Bobby, 2 years, and Tia, a Shar-pei who is 6 years old. All of her dogs are rescues.
McKay is 79 years old,
has no aches and pains, no ailments,
follows the LIVE RIGHT 4 YOUR TYPE food program;
takes absolutely no drugs of any kind, and does take
ESSENTIALS4ALL BIO-8-Capsules and CLO-3-Pearls.
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Meet Josie & Bobby
I knew that somehow more dogs would come into my life, and it happened yesterday, February 28, 2011. A neighbor called to say there were two dogs running around loose in our little town of Walker Lake. In Walker Lake we have the mountain side and the lake side…and through the center is Highway 95. Well, it would have been no time before these two little black dogs would one day, or especially one night, not have made it across Highway 95.
Josie is the mother, probably a year old, and my guess is she is Lab/Pointer/Boxer. Her son, who I have named Bobby, is two months, born at our local shelter, on Christmas eve, and it appears Josie met and dated a good-looking Golden retriever/Black Lab mix, so Bobby is a great mixture of several “nationalities,” yet looks like a Labradoodle.
I brought them home yesterday afternoon to meet Dutch, my 14-year-old Dutch shepherd, and he was immediately taken with having the responsibility of a family again. For those of you who are reading my site for the first time, three of my dogs died a short time ago: Lena, my Shar-pei, 7 years old, who had a congenital kidney disease in which her kidneys never developed normally, died October 6, 2010. Bogie, my 90-pound, Belgian shepherd/Golden retriever mix, who was 21.5 years old, whose body just couldn’t support him any longer, died December 20, 2010, and Jacques, my standard black poodle, 15 years, who had been ill all his life, but did very well considering his poor start in life, died January 18, 2011. All of my dogs are rescues: “It’s like a box of chocolates; you never know what you are going to get.” Yes, my rescues are all sweet!
Pat McKay Mission:
To ensure the health of animals and people through nutrition and homeopathy.