Posts Tagged "homeopathy"


About a year and half ago I consulted with a woman in Beijing, China for her then ailing Wheaten Terrier, named Oscar. She had come as a referral to me by Jesse at Pet-Grub.com. Jesse helped Connie, Oscar’s owner with supplements and he introduced her to the raw diet. For further guidance, he referred Connie to me so I could explain a whole health, naturopathic approach to the care of Oscar. Connie recently wrote me a little...

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Rosie the Naturally Reared Toller

Rosie the Naturally Reared Toller


Posted By on Jun 9, 2013

Back in 2008 when Shadrach was alive and still doing the blogging here on Bark N Blog, he posted a short feature about Rosie the naturally reared Toller… Well at the end of May I received a nice little update on Rosie from her human, Keryl. I asked if I could share this update with my readers because I think it is so important for people to see what quality of life is given to our dogs when they are naturally reared. Keryl uses...

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by Dr. Kim Bloomer Since animal naturopathy isn’t widely used in the United States, I often get asked what exactly it is I do and most often I’m mistaken for being a holistic veterinarian. Therefore the goal of this article is to set that record straight. Interestingly enough, many people in this country don’t seem to think that health care is an issue UNLESS one is sick – and that same mindset holds true for...

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