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Sep 2022

CANINE CANCER #6 The Prevention, Suppression, and Treatment of Cancer Julie Anne Lee, DCH RCSHom This article is being typed from her class video. When using the word, “I,” it is refereeing to Dr. Julie Anne Lee. If you have any questions about what she is prescribing, please seek out a holistic vet. I am not a vet and I am not prescribing any medications holistic or otherwise to you.   HOLISTIC SUPPORT Depending on the type of cancer your dog has, there are several different homeopathic options that will help him. The remedy you choose......

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Aug 2022

The Prevention, Suppression, and Treatment of CancerJulie Anne Lee, DCH RCSHomLETTING THE FEAR GO AND CREATING BALANCE Restoring balance in your dog is the first step in dealing with cancer. This class will explore how conventional medicine that is suppressive in nature can trigger or hasten cancer. You want to create balance, both emotionally and physically, and this class will show you the natural options that can support healing. Now we are going to look at something that might actually be holding you back and that’s fear. Julie Anne asks us, “If......

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12
Aug 2022

Are you offering your dog a lifestyle that promotes suppression or prevents it? Suppression and oxytocin impact your dog more than you might think. It’s important to let your dog be a dog. Two out of every 3 dogs will get cancer and suppressed emotions are a big part of that. Free will, suppression and repression have a lot to do with this. Suppression and OxytocinSo how is it actually affecting your dog? Why are dogs getting so much cancer? Cancer is on the rise with people as well for all the......

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05
Aug 2022

The Prevention, Suppression, and Treatment of CancerJulie Anne Lee, DCH RCSHom This is the second article on my notes taken for Canine Cancer. If you would like to see the first one, please go to our Blog https://beastieboutique.com/nobody-wants-to-talk-about-it-canine-cancer/ and read the first one. HOW YOUR DOG’S EMOTIONAL STATE IMPACTS HIS HEALTHCancer isn’t just linked to your dog’s physical world. Your dog’s stress and emotions (which are strongly linked to your own) can be precursors to the development of cancer and can be a factor in its progression. When negative emotions are suppressed,......

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Jul 2022

These are notes taken from my online class – Canine Cancer The Prevention, Suppression, and Treatment of Cancer Julie Anne Lee, DCH RCSHom INTRODUCTION Two main causes of canine death 1. Cancer 2. Skin Disease – The number one reason for elected euthanasia CANCER IN THE BODY Does your dog actually get Cancer? There are multiple causes of cancer in dogs and most dogs already have cancer cells in their bodies. It takes a trigger though to activate those cells. MAIN CAUSES OF CANCER – TRIGGERS Vaccinations: The leading external or environmental......

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22
Jul 2022

Just a short newsletter this week to keep you updated on what is going on. GROOMING We are still short-staffed but we are taking bath dogs and have daily appointments available. Walk in services are Tuesday thru Friday 10 to 2. It is always best to call first to make sure we can take care of your pet. You can also call the front as the grooming department can be quite noisy and they may not initially hear your call. We are actively seeking a groomer and have hired another bather, she......

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08
Jul 2022

It’s hot and sticky across most of North America at this time of year. Dogs feel the heat too, so many people with furry double-coated breeds wonder “should I shave my dog for the summer?” The quick answer is, no, you shouldn’t shave your dog in summer. And this doesn’t just apply to super-furry Northern breeds, but to other double-coated breeds as well. Herding breeds like Aussie Shepherds, Border Collies and Shelties are double-coated. So are Golden Retrievers, Labradors, Springer Spaniels, Newfoundland’s, Bernese Mountain Dogs and many more. You shouldn’t shave any......

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01
Jul 2022

The Problem“My dog guards his food like it’s the Hope Diamond. How can I get him to chillout? The ProMichael Shikashio is a certified dog-behavior consultant and dog aggressionexpert in Noank, Connecticut. Why your Dog Does ItThis is called “resource guarding,” and it’s totally normal. It can get worse if yourtry to squash it by snatching away his kibble. After all, you’d be pretty peeved ifyour server kept grabbing your plate at a restaurant. How to Fix ItDogs are naturally inclined to protect their food—that instinct serves them well inthe wild—but they......

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22
Jun 2022

We all try to make the best choices for our pets and their diet. During these times of uncertainty andyour budget is tight, there are ways you can take even a dry food diet and make it better. In an idealworld, if we never had to feed a dry food kibble to our pets that would be optimal. But if you have tobecause you have multiple dogs or large dogs, then here are some tips to make their diet better.First start off with the best quality dry food that fits within your......

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17
Jun 2022

It has been awhile since I have written a newsletter. So this first one will not be my typical article, but one to keep our customers posted as to what has been going on with Beastie Boutique and our upcoming changes.First, we would like to show our appreciation to those who have supported us (and other local business) and have been patient during these past few years of some very challenging times.As you have probably seen, staffing in most businesses has been tough. We as well are not unaffected. Our grooming department......

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