The American Council Of Animal Naturopathy LLC. –
Offering online education in animal naturopathy (natural animal health) and species specific nutrition.
Our courses and certification programs have no deadlines or time limitations!
Established March 2011
Our online courses and certification programs provide the opportunity for those desirous of becoming an animal health coach, consultant or educator to learn true animal naturopathy.
A.C.A.N. is the only educational organization of its kind for education in true animal naturopathy, natural animal health coaching, and species-specific animal nutrition.
We are a privately owned and operated, international, non-governmental organization operating chiefly through the medium of the Internet and accredited by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.
Accreditation for Naturopathic or Holistic Health programs in the United States is an entirely voluntary process. Accreditation for an educational program represents a validation that the programs have been thoroughly investigated and found worthy of recognition by a qualified body.
Online Course Refund Policy
Potential students should carefully review our class and certification course outlines prior to enrolling. If you have any questions about the suitability of the content and whether our programs are for you, please e-mail us through our contact form during normal business hours 10:00 am to 6:00 pm MT Monday through Friday.
Due to the nature of online content, we cannot issue refunds for our classes or courses once a username and password have been issued.
The American Council of Animal Naturopathy is privately owned and operated, not government funded.
Even though the American Council of Animal Naturopathy is a privately owned and operated entity, we still uphold the first amendment in respecting and protecting the religious liberty rights of our instructors and students of all faiths or none. You may find statements within the books, articles, audios or videos within the class work that speak of personal spiritual beliefs of the author or speaker.