Spending on pets is up, but are they healthier as a result?

Posted By Dr. Kim on Nov 26, 2018 in Canine Naturopathy, Dangerous Drugs - Toxic Chemicals, Dog Health - Immune System, Dog Nutrition, DOGgone Truth, Dr. Kim's Views, Feature, The DOGgone Truth |

American Bully dog in carOn the surface this might show more concern and care for pets, and we’re certain that pet owners feel they are spending more because they believe they care more for their pets than previous generations may have. However, just because more money is being spent does not necessarily equate to better health or quality of life for pets.


Here is a news item from 2014 on this topic – and not much has changed in fact it’s only gotten worse!

Much of the extra spending IS on pet care or what most pet owners consider “pet health” when in fact it is the current pet health care system that is behind them needing to spend more and more money on the care of their pets.

As veterinarian Dr. Patricia Jordan puts it “Natural News has linked top medical problems to vaccines, with diabetes being just one of those common problems. Of course the vaccine companies make the drugs to treat vaccine induced disease and also the behavioral problems that we now have drugs for. How about the fact that this rise in behavioral problems come from unnecessary repeat jabs of vaccines?

The Natural News article:

I’d add that feeding nothing but processed foods to our pets from a bag or can instead of a species appropriate raw diet is also a huge contributor to the health problems. Funny thing is, “science researchers” took this long to figure out that well yes indeed a raw diet IS good for our CARNIVORE pets! DUH! Raw Food Study Claims Diet Is Safe and Nutritional

In addition the toxic pesticides we put on them marketed as prevention against flea, ticks, and mosquitoes add to the toxic soup we’re subjecting pets to and labeling it “health care“.

My work as an animal naturopaths is huge because my aim is to help people understand not only what health is, but to put the focus back on promoting health rather than treating disease which is REALLY what the current “health care system” is all about.


So what can you do? Well if I tell you that, will you take advantage of what I tell you???

You would? REALLY?

Great because….

I’ve provided several things to help you get proactive in the care of your dogs:

1. I have the How to Have a Healthy Dog course to help you so that you will rarely need a veterinarian for anything other than a true emergency IF you’ll complete the program as well as implement what you learn in it. By the way, it’s everything I do for my own dogs as well.

2. You can listen to my podcast, the DOGgone Truth – it is free!

3. You can take ALL the free classes NOW that I offer at AspenbloomPetCare.org. Some are free but not all.  I SO want for YOU to be empowered and YOUR dogs to BE WELL!

I don’t do all those Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales here on Aspenbloom Pet Care but rather I DO give you valuable tools so you can transform the lives of your dogs. I share my own journey and it’s about to get much more transparent and real as the podcast progresses. I want you to know that if I could change the paradigm in my own life that I wrote about earlier in this post then YOU absolutely can too! And I’m here to help you do just that through the above.

You can listen to the current podcast NOW, the DOGgone Truth! And take those free classes. And if you’re daring, take the DOGgone Wellness program too, you AND your dog will be glad you did!

Until next time…

Have a pawsitively tail, waggin’, NATUROPATHICALLY healthy day!

Kim Bloomer, V.N.D., N.D. is an animal naturopath as well as being certified in small animal nutrition, with years of experience in animal wellness. Dr. Kim is a published author, writer, blogger, host of the DOGgone Truth podcast Check out her new wellness program for dogs, DOGgone Wellness. Copyright 2018 Aspenbloom Pet Care, Dr. Kim Bloomer, All rights reserved. No part of this article may be reproduced in any form without the written consent of the Author/Publisher. This article is intended to be educational. However, it is not intended to be a substitute for diagnosis or treatment from a qualified animal health professional. Dr. Kim Bloomer and Aspenbloom Pet Care, do not assume any legal responsibility for misuse of the products discussed in this article.