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Dogs Naturally Magazine

I am not a big fan of Facebook and all the spam it produces, but I recently joined the Rabies Challenge’s facebook group because I was hoping to keep up with any new info this initiative was providing. I am glad I joined as they don’t post often, but when they do the info is quite good.

This week they posted about a new magazine called Dogs Naturally. You can access this magazine here, and download the entire first issue (free for a limited time). I have only glanced through the articles, but so far they look quite good. There’s an entry by Don Hamilton (DVM) who explains why yearly vaccines (or boosters in general) are not necessary.  Hamilton is the author of this excellent book on homeopathy for dogs and cats.  To have a vet publicly critique current vaccine protocols is a tremendously brave and important stand to take.  There’s also an article written by Jean Dodds (DVM) on autoimmune problems and hypothyroidism. I glanced at this and article and saw listed under symptoms of hypothyroidism the droopy eyelids and “tragic look” that Ross has developed and which I have been convinced are a symptom of his life force being out of balance. There it was in black and white at last.

There are articles on kidney disease, cancer and an introduction to homeopathy, as well as training and other dog-related issues. I am really looking forward to reading the rest of this magazine and hope it will be a valuable addition to the knowledge available to those wishing to raise their pets naturally.


One Response

  1. I have took on two rescue dogs that were deserted by their preceding owners. They are the sweetest animals I have ever experienced. It is distressing how some people treat animals like property or worse. My hope is that more people will get trained about this subject.

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