Posts Tagged "Dr. Jeannie Thomason"


This is a letter we received from a Border Collie Mix – via his human Paula of course – about our podcast. This is what we live to hear: Dr. Kim, We can’t thank you enough for all you do and the info you provide. You are our salvation! Mom has transitioned me to raw meaty bones since listening to your podcasts. She has downloaded almost 80% of your recorded calls to her iPod and listens to them daily on her way to...

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by Dr. Kim Bloomer Recently in a forum setting my colleague, Dr. Jeannie Thomason and I, witnessed an interesting dialogue by veterinarians. One stated that she does not vaccinate her children but was determined that our dogs and cats should be”minimally” vaccinated to “protect” them from the most serious diseases of parvo and distemper. She did state, to her credit, that she only gives one vaccine at a time...

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for immediate release Animal naturopath authors new book to show how people can learn important life lessons through animals Rio Rancho, NM: December 15, 2009 Animal naturopath, Dr. Kim Bloomer’s latest book, Animals Taught Me That, was recently released through Crossbooks Publishing. This book is an encouraging memoir and detailed account of how Dr. Bloomer learned all the most important lessons life has for us through the love...

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We all look forward to sharing some fun in the sun with our pets during the summer. However, this is also the time of year when many of us grow concerned over how to protect our pets from fleas, ticks and mosquitoes. The big pharmaceutical companies not only know this, but they actually motivate our fears so that we’ll use their products to “protect” our pets from such scary bugs as fleas, ticks and mosquitoes. They...

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by Dr. Kim Bloomer Recently a news article was brought to my attention entitled 8 Pets That Pose Major Health Threats to Kids – which is why I named this article in response to this most preposterous nonsense put forth by none other than the Academy of American Pediatrics. The information wasn’t provided by someone in animal science or the veterinary profession but by pediatricians! My initial reaction to the information...

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