Posts Tagged "pets"


The insanity continues and yet we shouldn’t be surprised because it is all about economics on the corporate scale – is ever anything else these days? Not long ago Walmart began lobbying for a bill that will allow pet owners to get their prescriptions for their pets filled along with their own at the corporate giant’s discount stores. However, the veterinary community is fighting back – not for natural health oh...

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A house is not a home without a pet. ~Anonymous When I was growing up, we always had a wide variety of pets that included dogs, cats, mice, gerbils, guinea pigs, fish and birds. We were also fortunate to be around farm animals as well on my father’s side of the family. It was very normal for families to have at the very least a dog or a cat. In other words, most families had pets when I was growing up and the pets were very much...

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Beauty Products and Our Pets

Beauty Products and Our Pets


Posted By on Mar 13, 2012

We did a show on our podcast entitled the “Beast Behind the Beauty”. You may wonder what your beauty products have to do with your animals but the fact is that your conventional beauty products – skin, makeup, hair, nails – ALL not only effect your long-term good health but because of our close interaction and proximity to our pets, it effects theirs as well. We spell it out pretty well in the 30 minute audio...

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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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