Your Essential Canine, Pt1

Posted By Dr. Kim on May 14, 2021 in Dr. Kim's Views, Essential Oils, Essential Oils Classes, Natural Modalities for Dogs, Weird Animal Girl - Tribe W.A.G. |


American Bully dog thinking through some things
King pondering some things

Hello humans, I’m King in case you didn’t know. I’ll be the facilitator for this class that will be shared in parts here. This is Part One of my human and her friends 2016 class on using Young Living Essential Oils with your dog, titled, How Dogs See With Their Noses. Visit this page to learn more about all of the instructors in this class. Watch this video on How Dogs See With Their Noses – yep we SEE with our NOSES, woof!

Any involved dog person will already know this, but it’s still very interesting and so I’m glad Mom added this extra stuff to the class after the live event:

“Those who participate in doing nosework in an organized training fashion, use essential oils as part of the training. I know this kind of “brainwork” for dogs is a great way to help them build confidence and also to release pent up energy. 

dog nose

Some dogs, like my new Carolina Dog puppy Ezra, don’t get tired from all the exercise as they’re very high energy, agile dogs. Engaging in play, hide and seek, etc., that gets him tired. I’ve not done the nose work YET but definitely want to. This article touches on that a little bit also.”

ArticleHow Your Dog Creates Mental Images Through Scent

From Dr. Doug Corrigan (biochemist, physicist) and his Deep Thoughts Group on Facebook:

Biomimicry – Part 158 

“Scientists have been researching the ability of dogs to detect cancer in someone’s body using their olfactory system. 

Dogs have approximately 300 million olfactory receptors, which is 50 times more than a human. They can detect and discriminate odors that are present in the air at ultra low concentrations. Unlike humans, their sense of smell is divided into left and right nostrils separately, and this stereoscopic processing of odor information enables them to form a 3 dimensional map of where odors are coming from. 

In scientific studies, dogs have been trained to detect cancer by smelling someone’s skin, urine, blood, or breath. They have proven to be able to accomplish this accurately and consistently. Scientists believe that cancer cells emit certain volatile compounds that are not released by healthy cells, and it is these cancer-specific compounds that dogs are sensing. 

If the sensing mechanisms of the dog can be mimicked, and these cancer specific compounds can be identified, artificial cancer detection assays and technologies can be developed that detect cancer in someone’s body at a much earlier stage. 

Is the olfactory system of the dog the result of random chance, or is it designed?”

Biomimicry – Part 163

Did you know that certain dogs are capable of detecting when someone is going to have an epileptic seizure before it happens?

Scientists don’t understand the exact mechanism of how this works, but it’s believed that dogs can somehow detect a high pitched sound that’s generated by a pulse of electromagnetic energy given off by the brain in advance of an impending seizure. It’s also believe that there’s a characteristic odor that’s given off that’s imperceptible to humans. 

If scientists can identify the exact mechanism and develop sensing technologies to measure these signatures, a portable device can be created for people with epilepsy to help prevent seizures before they occur. 

Did the dog develop these sensing mechanisms by random chance, or are they designed?

This is a friend of mom’s former dog (he passed away a couple of years ago) sniffing the diffuser, which he did whenever she diffused frankincense. Shadrach did that too!

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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. Her dog wellness course can be found at DOGgone Truth Copyright 2021 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 any possible products discussed in this article. The only essential oils ever used, discussed or referenced on this site are Young Living Essential Oils.
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