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More Praises Being Sung for SBOs

Posted by on Mar 3, 2019 in Articles, Canine micro biome /biological terrain, Featured, Immune System | Comments Off on More Praises Being Sung for SBOs

More Praises Being Sung for SBOs

Lactobacillus, acidophilus and bifidobacteria, the bacterial species typically found in traditional probiotics that have been cultured on diary or plants, simply do NOT have the naturally protective shell inherent to all spore-forming bacteria, so they cannot withstand gastric acids, especially the highly acidic stomach acid of the carnivore. While giving these types of bacteria to our carnivore companions may still have some benefits we are not yet aware of, unfortunately scientific studies show that very few, if any of these organisms ever even reach the lower intestine, even in humans....

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Scary Toxic Ingredients In Pet Shampoo

Posted by on Nov 2, 2018 in Articles, Dog News The Latest Poop, Doggy Dangerous Toxins Chemicals & Drugs, Featured | Comments Off on Scary Toxic Ingredients In Pet Shampoo

Scary Toxic Ingredients In Pet Shampoo

Are you at all concerned about the ingredients in your Pet Shampoo? If not, you really should be. While talking about scary, toxic ingredients in pet shampoo may seem trivial to some of you, especially if you only bath your dog once a year or so; there are still many pet owners out there that are oblivious to the fact that the majority of pet shampoos on the market contain quite scary, toxic ingredients. Think About This: The skin is the largest eliminative organ of the body and over 70% of what is put on the skin is absorbed directly into the body.   Many of us don’t stop to think about our...

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Titers and Immunity

Posted by on Aug 10, 2018 in Animal Naturopathy, Articles, Dog Vaccinations, Featured, Immune System | Comments Off on Titers and Immunity

Titers and Immunity

By Dr. Jeannie Thomason Do Titers Measure Immunity? A titer test typically measures only ONE aspect of the immune system’s response to exposure to a virus or microbe – Particular antibodies circulating in the bloodstream.  Titer testing cannot and does not measure immunity or memory cells. A titer test does not and cannot measure immunity, because immunity to specific viruses is not reliant on antibodies, but on memory cells, which we have no way of measuring. Memory cells are produced by T and B cells. These cells exist for the life of the dog (or cat or human, etc.). Circulating...

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Animal Wellness and Vibrational Frequencies

Posted by on Jul 23, 2018 in Animal Naturopathy, Articles, Dog Health - Immune System, Dog News The Latest Poop | Comments Off on Animal Wellness and Vibrational Frequencies

Animal Wellness and Vibrational Frequencies

What do animals and vibrational frequencies have to do with wellness? By Dr. Jeanette (Jeannie) Thomason, Animal Naturopath “Everything in Life is Vibration” ~ Albert Einstein The law of nature states that everything has a vibration. If you’ve taken a chemistry class you probably remember learning about atoms, and that everything is made up of atoms. These atoms are in a constant state of motion, and depending on the speed of these atoms, things are appear as a solid, liquid, or gas. . Scientific research has shown that different parts and different organs of the body have...

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What is Canine Microbiome?

Posted by on Oct 17, 2017 in Animal Naturopathy, Articles, Dog Health - Immune System, Featured, Immune System | Comments Off on What is Canine Microbiome?

What is Canine Microbiome?

Microbiome The word microbiome is defined as the collection of microbes or microorganisms that inhabit an environment, creating a sort of “ecosystem”.   It is in reality,  the full collection of genes of all the microbes in a community. The microbiome (all of the microbes’ genes) can be considered a counterpart to the genome (all genes). The genes in our dog’s or our own microbiome actually outnumber the genes in our genome by about 100 to 1! While studies on animals are still few, human studies have connected microbial imbalance in the gut to a variety of conditions, including...

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Glandular Therapy For Dogs

Posted by on Oct 13, 2017 in Articles, Dog Health - Immune System, Dog News The Latest Poop, Dog Nutrition, Featured | Comments Off on Glandular Therapy For Dogs

Glandular Therapy For Dogs

Wild carnivores eat meat, bones, intestinal contents and internal organs and glands, such as liver, spleen, thyroid, kidneys, brain, adrenals, etc. Dogs and cats are carnivores/predators. For millennia, they have survived by eating other animals. Observation of wild carnivores shows us that the first parts eaten after the kill are typically the abdominal contents (liver, spleen, kidneys, adrenals, pancreas and intestines) because the highest priority is placed on eating these organs. Muscle meats are often left to other scavengers, or eaten at a later time.  But what is the value of...

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