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This Skin Thing

Posted by on 4:50 pm in Coat & Skin Support, Emotional Issues, Environmental Issues, Essential Oils, Features, King's Views, Laws of Health | 0 comments

This Skin Thing

Let me tell you about this skin thing and some cool things that have happened with me recently. Some of you may know from reading Mom’s posts on me, Bubba King, that I had an issue with my right knee back in November of 2015. It was never properly diagnosed – the veterinarians (yes as in two) merely guessed at what was wrong. My humans weren’t impressed – they never much are by them, woof! Anyway, I also have had various skin challenges primarily under my chin for a couple of reasons. One I like to dig into all of the...

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Animal Wellness Summit!

Posted by on 2:40 pm in Essential Oils, Features, Laws of Health, Natural Modalities for Dogs | 2 comments

Animal Wellness Summit!

I have an announcement for you that we (my colleague and friend Dr. Jeannie Thomason and I) are VERY excited about! For the upcoming ONLINE Animal Wellness Summit, here are the topics – our topic (Dr. Jeannie and I) is “How to Achieve Wellness in Your Animals“: “Below are ALL of the topics we have to date. The list is still growing and we expect to have 50+ Presentations for you. That means 5 each & every day during our FREE live Summit online Nov.10 – 20th 2017. TOPICS Essential Oils for Animal Shelters...

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We Are Carnivore Predators!

Posted by on 12:28 pm in Animal Talk Naturally, Canine Naturopathy, Raw Feeding, Schatzie's Views | Comments Off on We Are Carnivore Predators!

We Are Carnivore Predators!

On a recent early morning walk with my Carolina Dog, Schatzie, she discovered yet another of the buried rotting treasures the coyotes leave behind for “later“. Schatzie can sniff out these treasures all the time…and sometimes she does find a baby rabbit – either dead already or dying. This is nature people. It really is. While I don’t relish her finds she certainly does! You’re going to really see that she isn’t only a carnivore predator but an accomplished scavenger as well. Below is what Schatzie...

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A Story Paints a Picture, Don’t It?

Posted by on 4:39 pm in Articles, Canine Naturopathy, Dog Nutrition, Dr. Kim's Views, Faith-Based, Features, Laws of Health, Storytelling | Comments Off on A Story Paints a Picture, Don’t It?

A Story Paints a Picture, Don’t It?

This isn’t going to be one of my “raw feeding” or “pesticides cause harm” type posts, I’m just warning you up front. As the listed categories for this post imply, this is going to be a storytelling, faith-based post – you’ve been notified! It’s a “story paints a picture” thing. The question BEGS why would I do that on a canine naturopathy oriented blog? Because this is my life now and I realized completely today that I no longer can keep them even remotely separate. Keep what...

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It’s the Poop!

Posted by on 2:56 pm in Animal Talk Naturally, Canine Naturopathy, Features, Raw Feeding | Comments Off on It’s the Poop!

It’s the Poop!

Hah, gotcha! This is a short post to point you to a recent podcast of ours available on YouTube to listen – it’s going back to our roots on feeding crapple aka kibble poop! You can listen here: And if you want to sneak peek into our coursework at the American Council of Animal Naturopathy check out our free introductory classes here (including on carnivore nutrition): https://courses.animalnaturopathycouncil.com Until next time you and your dogs… Have a pawsitively tail waggin’, NATUROPATHICALLY healthy day! Kim...

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Same Species Different Personalities

Posted by on 3:58 pm in Canine Naturopathy, Dog Behavior and Nature, Dog Breeding Info, Dr. Kim's Views, Faith-Based, Human-Dog bond, Raw Feeding, Storytelling | Comments Off on Same Species Different Personalities

Same Species Different Personalities

Right now I have two dogs. Both are American breeds. Both are, of course, canine carnivores – Canis lupus familiaris. (The domestic dog is a member of genus Canis that forms part of the wolf-like canids, and is the most widely abundant carnivore. Information extracted from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dog). I had to stress CARNIVORE lol. While they are both the same species with the same genus and same species needs, they are vastly different in their personalities. Schatzie, my female Carolina Dog has a thick, luxurious coat (much...

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Lifestyle Not Method

Posted by on 3:37 pm in Animal Naturopathy, Animal Talk Naturally, Canine Naturopathy, Dangerous Drugs - Toxic Chemicals, Features, Natural Modalities for Dogs, Natural Yard & Home for Dogs, YLEO Business Opportunity | Comments Off on Lifestyle Not Method

Lifestyle Not Method

Since I began this naturopathic journey my passion has been to share and teach on LIFESTYLE.  As my previous newsletters, blog posts, articles, videos and audios have all stated naturopathy is ALL about LIFESTYLE not about a method. My dog Shadrach led me to this lifestyle and I’ve been moving forward with it ever since and sharing with as many as will receive this truth. In fact, because of doing all of this for Shadrach, my husband and I began to reap major benefits ourselves. I was able to release weight as well as receive...

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EMFs and Our Dogs’ Health

Posted by on 1:35 pm in Canine Naturopathy, Dog Health - Immune System, Emotional Issues, Essential Oils, Features, Natural Modalities for Dogs | 2 comments

EMFs and Our Dogs’ Health

This topic caught my attention years ago – way before mainstream was taking a nod in this direction. Sometimes I hate that I can see things in advance because it takes a while before people don’t think you’re so crazy anymore lol. But all kidding aside, this is a very serious topic: EMFs (electromagnetic fields) and the health of our dogs. When I first began using the available “protection” ten years ago, they were big, clunky, unappealing, and VERY expensive but at least effective to a degree. Additionally, most...

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Vibrant Health for our Dogs

Posted by on 12:01 pm in Animal Naturopathy, Dangerous Drugs - Toxic Chemicals, Emotional Issues, Essential Oils, Features, Natural Modalities for Dogs, Natural Yard & Home for Dogs, YLEO Business Opportunity | Comments Off on Vibrant Health for our Dogs

Vibrant Health for our Dogs

Recently I was thinking back into my “why” for beginning this journey into natural health – for animals and us. Of course as I’ve shared so many times it began with my amazing dog Shadrach. He helped me learn for his sake. I had to learn to let go of the fear of change that was locking us into a cycle of illness and also frustration with it all. My desire was and is VIBRANT health for my dogs! The interesting thing is that my journey began in earnest because of my deep desire to help Shadrach. In the process of that I...

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Understanding Wellness

Posted by on 4:34 pm in Animal Naturopathy, Canine Naturopathy, Features | Comments Off on Understanding Wellness

Understanding Wellness

“If you look at healthcare today, it’s all about disease. It’s not about understanding wellness at all.” ~Leroy Hood In a recent short article I wrote I was focusing on the difference of the common “health” mindset in our country (possibly the world at this point). I put quotation marks around the word “health” because we have somehow gotten it all skewed to be synonymous with the word “disease” rather than wellness. As I was watching someone I consider a “mentor” on...

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