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Summer 2017

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In This Issue

 

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NR Breeder Spotlight

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Welcome To Our Newest Member

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New Articles and/or Posts of Interest

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Recommended Reading

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BREEDER SPOTLIGHT

NR Breeder Spotlight

The NR Breeder Spotlight is here to help us get to know each other better and promote our NR Breeders.   July, 2017, We are Spotlighting: Carole Baldwin of Boldwind Border Terriers   NRBA: How long have you been raising your dogs “naturally”? Since December 2000 How did you get into breeding dogs and have you always raised them naturally? …

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What's New?  

Articles and Posts of Interest

Can we dotox our dogs from vaccines?

Can We Detox Our Dogs From Vaccines?

Can We Detox Our Dogs From Vaccines?

By Dr. Jeannie Thomason

In an ideal world and situation and if our dogs were truly living ABOVE the wellness line, toxins would be rounded up so to speak and pumped through the eliminative organs (the liver, kidneys, lungs, intestines, and skin) and then eliminated from the body naturally and efficiently with no help from us.

In the short run however, we and our dogs do not live in a perfect world and our dog’s bodies react to toxins much like our human bodies do: the immune system ramps up processes like inflammation, mucus production, diarrhea, etc. to help an army of cells to resolve the problem and purge the offending “invaders” from the system. We and our dogs are exposed to toxins on a  daily basis.  Our bodies are accumulating lots of toxins and when our immune systems have already been weakened due to vaccinations, (yes even one vaccination weakens the immune system and sets the body up for chronic dis-ease), stress, non-species appropriate foods, medications and of course the household and outdoor toxins, our body becomes overwhelmed and the vital, eliminative organs are forced to store these toxins until the immune system is stronger and has an opportunity to eliminate them “at a better time”.

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Vaccinated Vs. Unvaccinated dogs - Something To Think About

Vaccinated Vs. Unvaccinated - Something To Think About

Do vaccines truly immunize and protect?  Something to think about ...

By Dr. Jeannie Thomason

Vaccinated Vs. Unvaccinated Dogs - Something To Think About

In a study published in the May 2017 edition of the Journal of Translational Science, researchers looked at 666 homeschooled children, 261 (39%) of whom were unvaccinated. Researchers from the School of Public Health at Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi found that while they were less likely than unvaccinated kids to be diagnosed with chicken pox and pertussis (whooping cough), vaccinated children were MORE LIKELY to be diagnosed with pneumonia, otitis media, allergies and neurodevelopmental disorders (NDD). (1)

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Newest NR Breeder Member

 Patty Jicha of So Cute Havanese

Welcome To Our Newest Breeder Member

So Cute Havanese   We believe in natural rearing of our dogs and puppies. Our purpose is to produce healthy, high-quality companions that will bring joy to people's lives. We raise only AKC registered Havanese and are located 30 miles southwest of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and 1 hour and 45 minutes from O'Hare airport in Chicago.   http://www.socutehavanesse.com    

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Recomended Reading

Essential Oils in Animal Care –

A Naturopathic Approach

I co-authored this book with my friends and fellow animal naturopaths, Dr. Sarah Reagan and Dr. Kim Bloomer.

The aim of this book is to take away the fear of using essential oils with animals while empowering the reader to desire utilizing these amazing natural remedies as part of their animal’s natural medicine chest. Learn how when essential oils are used in conjunction with the laws of nature/health, they can kickstart the body’s own innate healing capacity.

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