Dangerous Drugs – Toxic Chemicals

Dr. Kim’s views on dangerous drugs and toxic chemicals affecting dogs


It seems like it’s become a year round thing nowadays for slathering pets in toxic pesticides in order to control fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, etc. Not only is that not a good idea, it can be very detrimental to the overall long-term health of our pets, not to mention the immediate adverse effects that can happen! If the instructions say to wear gloves when applying to your pet and to take extra caution throwing away the containers...

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The problem is more the medical governing bodies rather than the medical professionals themselves, however the training the doctors, veterinarians, etc., are receiving is geared towards indoctrination in the belief that natural health practitioners are the enemy – not of health but of their bottom line! Which leads us to believe that health for yourselves and your animals is not what the conventional medical community is...

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Creepy Crawly Spring?

Creepy Crawly Spring?


Posted By on Apr 24, 2018

The leaves are budding, birds are singing, flowers blooming,it’s springtime in the Northern hemisphere! It’s a happy time of renewal and new growth. At least until we start to think of the bugs that also start to “flourish” which can also plague our animals both externally and internally. Part of the problem is that we have been conditioned to believe we must fear these pests and to annihilate them at all...

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What most people don’t seem to realize is that there ARE consequences to using any type of harmful chemical. In this case, by most likely eating a poisoned rodent of some kind, this wild owl in the video below suffered the consequences wrought by humans of course. By putting out this poison (and this is only one of many that this happens to), we have once again greatly interfered in causing grave harm and imbalance. PLEASE I ask...

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“The greatest discovery of any generation is that human beings can alter their lives by altering the attitudes of their minds.” ~Albert Schweitzer As animal naturopaths, we know and teach that no matter what the dis-ease of the animal’s body (or mind), no matter what “label” (aka diagnosis) a veterinarian might put on it, that focusing on the symptoms as anything more than a road map to guide us will NEVER facilitate healing or...

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Lifestyle Not Method

Lifestyle Not Method


Posted By on Apr 13, 2017

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...

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