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Dr Jeannie Thomason
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As an animal naturopath, my focus is health, not dis-ease, on promoting wellness,supporting the body’s own healing abilities, and empowering the pet owner to make lifestyle changes necessary for the best possible healthy, long life. One of the ways to…

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More About Medicinal Mushrooms For Dogs

Supplementing dogs with medicinal mushrooms during times of stress (during heat cycle, breeding, pregnancy, exposure to toxins, etc.) is nothing new. It is just now gaining a lot more attention here in the western world. The health benefits of ingesting…

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Canine Microbiome and Biological Terrain

While studies on animals are still few, human studies have connected microbial imbalance in the gut to a variety of conditions, including obesity, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease, immune disorders, and liver and brain diseases. Let’s look at…

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Wild carnivores eat meat, bones, intestinal contents and internal organs and glands, such as liver, spleen, thyroid, kidneys, brain, adrenals, etc. Dogs and cats are carnivores/predators. For millennia, they have survived by eating other animals.…

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Product Review Only Natural Pet – Cow Lung Dog Chews   I am always on the look out for naturally nutritious enrichment and training treats for my dogs. I was sent a bag of Only Natural Pet’s Cow Lung Chews to have my Standard Poodles and Boston Terrier to…

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The calcium from eggshells is extremely bioabsorbable. Milk and dairy products have long been promoted as high calcium foods, but the calcium in them isn’t bioavailable to man or dog (or cat for that matter). This means that the body can’t digest or…

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Reducing Toxicity in Your Dog’s Life What steps have you taken this past week to improve the health and quality of your dog’s life? Are you taking more regular walks ? Spending more quality time fussing over him/her? Brushing them? Playing fetch? and…

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We have been talking a lot about the dangers of toxic chemical use around, on and in our canine companions. I have written articles about the dangers of toxic chemicals (both household/indoor chemicals and outdoor chemicals) and I wanted to bring even…

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By Dr. Jeannie Thomason  Lush Lawn or Thriving Dog – Do We Have A Choice? Several years ago, a study was conducted over a 6 year period at the Foster Hospital for Small Animals at Tufts University’s Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, regarding the…

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Is Kibble/Canned Pet Food (Processed) Safe To Feed Your Dog? Have you considered feeding your dog a raw diet – series Part 4 By Dr. Jeannie Thomason The question we should all be asking now is if kibble or canned pet food is safe.  Is it safe to feed dogs…
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