Species Specific Nutrition

Why Natural Rearing – From a Pet Owner’s Perspective

Posted by on Feb 9, 2018 in Featured, Natural Dog Health In the News, Species Specific Nutrition, Toxins & Toxic Products | 0 comments

Why Natural Rearing – From a Pet Owner’s Perspective

By: Dr. Kim Bloomer I’m going to take you on a journey to show you how and why I came to the conclusion that natural rearing is the only way to raise an animal (any animal). When I was growing up, I remember that animals were treated a little differently than they are today. For example, for the most part animals lived outdoors and had a particular function or “job” to perform. Cats were mousers. Dogs were guardians. Chickens produced eggs. And so on. All of them lived outdoors. The only pet that I know lived indoors with me when I was a toddler was my Pekingese dog named...

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REBUTTAL – Raw Chicken Linked to Paralysis in Dogs

Posted by on Feb 7, 2018 in Featured, Species Specific Nutrition, What's News? | 0 comments

REBUTTAL – Raw Chicken Linked to Paralysis in Dogs

By Animal Naturopath, Dr. Jeannie Thomason I have taken this article as it was originally written and taken one paragraph at a time and put my own comments and questions in italics and green font below (all bolded words are also mine) in a rebuttal to this article. Raw Chicken Linked to Paralysis in Dogs Here is the article: Chicken necks are a common treat for dogs, but pet owners are being warned they have been linked with a potentially fatal form of paralysis. By Dr Nerissa Hannink, University of Melbourne As pet ownership increases across the world, our furry (as well as feathered and...

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Glandular Therapy For Dogs

Posted by on Sep 8, 2017 in Featured, NR Information, Species Specific Nutrition, What's News? | 0 comments

Glandular Therapy For Dogs

Glands are organs that secrete substances which produce a physiological response. Glandular therapy refers to the practice of using whole animal organs/glands/tissue to support or promote the healthy functioning of a body’s internal organs. Scientific interest in the therapeutic potential for glandular tissues have increased. Gland/organ therapy, refers to the process of feeding specific animal proteins found in the glands or organs (termed oral auto-antigens), to an animal (or human) with an autoimmune condition. What happens is that when the glandular protein is fed to the animal and...

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