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By Angie Wells, Angie Wells, C.E.M.T, C.E.S.T, C.A.N. Certified A.C.A.N. Practitioner Health is homeostasis within both the body and each individual cell. It is an art to master when to change a plan of care vs. stay consistent. The answers are found through listening to the horse as you go. By doing this, you will better be able to determine when the immune system may need a boost, when to aid a natural cleanse, or if you need to...

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By: Megan Ayrault – Power Of Touch For Animals And a 2nd important question for you to contemplate for yourself… (if you’re far enough into it yet) … have you experienced any shifts in your own “Why” yet? Perhaps some surprises? Why did I (Megan Ayrault)  get into bodywork for animals? First it was horses, then dogs. Yes, I wanted to help animals (horses in particular at first). I also wanted to be a great horsewoman....

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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 There are two things we can only live for a very short time without and water is one of them. However, not all water these days is equal thanks to the added chemicals being put into it. “If we pollute the air, water and soil that keep us alive and well, and destroy the biodiversity that allows natural systems to function, no amount of money will save...

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By Dr. Jeannie Thomason, co-founder of the American Council of Animal Naturopathy Just as nutrition and exercise are vital for true wellness for our companion animals, time out in the sunlight is just as vital. Especially in today’s lifestyle where our companion animals spend the majority of their days cooped up in the house, or in a stall while we are gone at work. Sunlight consists of many different frequencies of light; each...

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