Cancer is a blessing. The blessing of time given by a warning sign.
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Sonoita, AZ (PRWEB) September 6, 2008
Grand Adventures Ranch, already well-known for providing holistic alternatives toward animal health, has introduced the Equine Cancer Recovery Program, a recovery program to help cancer-stricken horses.
For too long, the word 'cancer' can mean the immediate death for a horse. Like humans, conventional treatment for equine cancer can be overwhelmingly expensive, often with disappointing results.
Grand Adventures Ranch -- located just outside of Tucson, Arizona -- is out to change all that with its new holistic equine wellness center that offers horse owners an 'All-Inclusive' integrative approach combining nutrition, detoxification, oxygenation and immune support.
The motto at Grand Adventures Ranch is "Cancer is a blessing. The blessing of time given by a warning sign."
Successful recoveries with the ranch's protocol have included horses with squamous cell carcinoma, sarcoids and melanomas.
A key difference between Grand Adventure Ranch and other equestrian healing organizations is that Grand Adventure focuses on recovery as opposed to the disease. Program horses receive complete veterinary supervised care, augmented by physical therapy, massage, BioScan light therapy (photopuncture) and access to large grass pastures. All horses receive a diet of the best grass hays, organic grains, and full nutritional supplementation.
"Cancer doesn't have to be a terminal illness for a human, and there is no reason it automatically has to be for a horse either" center director Kay Aubrey-Chimene said. "We provide the very best individualized care for each and every horse that comes through the program."
Quality of life is vital at Grand Adventures Ranch, which is why horses are not kept in small, shut-in stalls or kept in isolation. All stalls have spacious runs and horses have regular pasture turn out. Each horse is partnered with pasture buddies to provide emotional as well as physical support.
Perhaps best of all, owners have complete access to their horses and are encouraged to participate in the recovery process. The historic Rainbow's End Bed & Breakfast is onsite for those wishing to stay for longer periods.
For those who cannot bring their horses to the ranch, personalized, remote coaching programs are also available. Clients in the coaching program learn new approaches toward feeding and caring for horses to prevent serious health challenges while working with a targeted health regimen for their horse.
The Equine Cancer Recovery Program is the latest holistic offering from Grand Adventures Ranch, who already has received high praise for its boarding and therapy offerings.
Grand Adventures Ranch is a holistic equine wellness center located in Sonoita, Arizona on the historic Sonoita Stallion Manor ranch originally built for Quarter Horse racing legend 'Lightning Bar'. The center directors are Kay Aubrey-Chimene, Bio-Nutritional Consultant and her husband Jeff Chimene.
Kay Aubrey-Chimene, RMT
Grand Adventures Ranch
kay @ grandadventuresranch.com