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Being a T.E.A.M. Member

Being a T.E.A.M. Member


Posted By on Aug 15, 2017

By Megan Ayrault, Power of Touch For Animals Attention A.C.A.N. Graduates and Candidate Students for Certification: What would YOU get out of being a T.E.A.M. member? I was going to write a whole article about this.. I started by writing the summary I thought I would end with. Now, I’m not sure I need the rest of the article! Here’s the summary. (I’ll add a few lines after, to share a few more details.) To sum it up, here’s why I...

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By Carole Milligan, certified by ACAN as a Carnivore Nutrition Consultant For a few months I have been seeing a TV commercial that states different dog breeds have different nutritional needs. The suggestion is made that purebred dogs require special diets. I suppose that means your average mixed breed dog can just eat plain old kibble. Don’t believe that marketing propaganda gimmick for one second! The truth is that all dogs,...

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Today I Was A Hero

Today I Was A Hero


Posted By on Jun 26, 2017

By: Megan Ayrault – Power Of Touch For Animals Today I was a hero! I had a chance to make a difference, the chance to actually save a life! But I almost missed that chance because of a silly thought in my mind. If something else hadn’t happened to change the situation, the outcome could have been very different. Especially for that poor mother duck and her ducklings…. I actually saved multiple lives. 6, 7 or 8, depending on...

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By Dr. Kim Bloomer, co-founder of the American Council of Animal Naturopathy Trust. We all want it. We all desire to be trustworthy. It’s not by accident this is probably the most critical part of all the laws of health. All the previous components of wellness: nutrition, exercise, pure water, sunshine, moderation, fresh air, and rest hinge upon this one thing: trust. ALL of the components of maintaining and promoting health...

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By Dr. Jeannie Thomason, co-founder of the American Council of Animal Naturopathy Rest is one of the 8 laws of health which is often overlooked and yet its  benefits are vital for promoting and maintaining wellness. Rest plays a major role in our companion animal’s good health (as well as our own) and well-being throughout his or her entire life. Getting enough rest and quality sleep can actually help protect their mental,...

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By Dr. Kim Bloomer, co-founder of the American Council of Animal Naturopathy In my previous post on water I stated that there are two things we can only live for a very short time without and water is one of them. The second thing is air – and we can only live at the most a few MINUTES without that! AND just like water, not all air these days is created equal – wait what? Yes, thanks to the added chemicals being put into...

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