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Your Options for Flea and Tick Control

Posted Apr 06 2012 6:23pm

I’m really glad that this is not a big issue here where I live but I am also naturally reared which REALLY helps the most, WOOF! This time of year this scare over parasites really does seem to rear its ugly head. And people really don’t seem to understand how the whole health approach is what allows us to keep these pesky pests in check. In fact, what humans are doing are creating superbugs with all their crazy intervention methods that definitely don’t have a basis in understanding of how nature was created and designed to work.

My Mom is a contributing writer to the Raw Instincts Magazine and this month she wrote an article entitled “ Is Traditional Flea-Tick Control Your Only Option? ” (page 44) which can help you get a better handle on all of that. And yes the magazine is free to read, all you have to do is subscribe.

I’m glad she wrote it so I don’t have to write it all down now hehe. Okay I know Shadrach used to share long dissertations but I’m still a puppy! I am ten months old and BIG granted, but nevertheless I am still a BUPPY. Oh yeah, that’s what Mom calls BIG puppies: BUPPIES…okay I digress.

Back to the topic of those pesky pests. By following the laws of health for yourselves, your animals, and your own personal environment since government isn’t inclined to go with anything other than big corporate interests, (yep Mom put those words in hehe) then these pests won’t be the fear-mongered problem you have been led to believe.

Have a pawsitively tail waggin’, NATUROPATHICALLY healthy day, WOOF!

You can learn more about a whole health approach to the care of your dog by taking the Small Animal Naturopathy course at the American Council of Animal Naturopathy .

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