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Vaccinated Vs. Unvaccinated – Something To Think About

Posted by on May 24, 2017 in Featured, Immunity, NR Information, Vaccinations | 0 comments

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...

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Heartworm Prevention – Bewareness

Posted by on Apr 10, 2017 in Featured, Toxins & Toxic Products | 0 comments

Heartworm Prevention – Bewareness

A few years ago, in honor of the U.S.A’s National Heartworm Awareness Month, Dr. Will Falconer decided to slightly rename it to: “Heartworm Bewarness Month”. I totally love the message in renaming it. Wouldn’t it be great if we all begin to call it Heartworm Bewarness month? What do you say, will you join me in getting the word out on the dangers of heartworm medications and the truth about heartworms and how to naturally prevent them? This the time of year that veterinarians and the drug companies that support each other to put out commercials and send out post card...

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Enrichment – The Puppy Adventure Box

Posted by on Mar 14, 2017 in Featured, Raising Puppies | 0 comments

Enrichment – The Puppy Adventure Box

I am always looking for ways to provide enrichment and learning experiences that will develop my puppies physical, psychological and emotional health. I know that every new experience we give our puppies before they go to their new homes can help them to be the best they can be. It is a well researched and known fact that animals that are raised in enriched environments have been shown to have the following physiological changes: Larger brains More new brain cells and neural connections Better brain cell survival The result of these physical changes in brain structure result in the following...

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Puppies Last Two Weeks of The Critical Learning Period

Posted by on Mar 12, 2017 in Featured, Raising Puppies | 0 comments

Puppies Last Two Weeks of The Critical Learning Period

 The Last Two Weeks of the Critical Learning Period For Puppies Some of what I share with my potential puppy buyers By Dr. Jeannie Thomason The puppies are just a couple of days shy of 9 weeks old and are leaving or being scheduled to leave with their new families. While it is a very bitter/sweet time for us, it is a time of great excitment and more new learning experiences for the puppies and their new families. The new families are going to have their puppies for the last two and half to three weeks of the  “CRITICAL LEARNING PERIOD” (the critical development/learning period...

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Addressing Mastitis In The Lactating Dam Naturally

Posted by on Dec 20, 2016 in Featured, NR Information | 0 comments

Addressing Mastitis In The Lactating Dam Naturally

Mastitis in the Lactating Dam and Addressing it Naturally Mastitis is the name applied to swelling, inflammation, and infection of one or more lactating glands in the breast. Symptoms Firm, swollen, warm, and painful mammary gland(s) In severe cases, there may be a purulent (pus-like) or hemorrhagic fluid present Neglect of puppies (due to pain when attempting to nurse) Failure of puppies to thrive Fever, dehydration It is always a good idea to keep an eye on the breasts of your lactating Dam. make sure that all are being used and emptied, especially if there are only a few puppies or a...

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