Support for Bees

Support for Bees

By Dr. Kim Bloomer – co-founder of the American Council of Animal Naturopathy It’s that time of year when flowers are blooming and bees are buzzing…or is it? The sad fact is that over the last few years bees all over the world have been disappearing. It is evident that we need to support and encourage bee populations if we desire this planet and all that exists within it to continue. There was a popular song when I was a child...

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Chemical Products Harming Pets

Chemical Products Harming Pets

By Dr. Kim Bloomer Co-founder and Instructor of the American Council of Animal Naturopathy I am always saying this to clients: follow the laws of health and do NOT use these toxins on pets. They are not only killing and harming the pests and parasites they are supposed to kill, but they are also harming and even in some cases killing our pets as well! There is a Facebook page dedicated to making sure people know what can happen to our pets if...

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Creepy Crawly Spring?

Creepy Crawly Spring?

By Dr. Kim Bloomer, Certified Animal Naturopath & co-founder of American Council of Animal Naturopathy The leaves are budding, birds are singing, flowers blooming,it’s springtime in the Northern hemisphere! It’s a happy time of renewal and new growth. At least until we start to think of the bugs that also start to “flourish” which can also plague our animals both externally and internally. Part of the problem is that...

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Flea & Tick Products – Poisoning More than Pests

Flea & Tick Products – Poisoning More than Pests

It’s that time of year again when people start to think about slathering their pets in toxic pesticides in order to control fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, etc. Not only is that not a good idea, it can be very detrimental to the overall long-term health of your pets, not to mention the immediate adverse effects that can happen! If the instructions say to wear gloves when applying to your pet and to take extra caution throwing away the containers of...

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