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Natural Remedies for Healthy Pets

Amanda Box

Amanda Box is a Traditional Naturopath and a graduate of Clayton College of Natural Health. She’s been in the health and wellness industry for over 12 years and currently practices naturopathic consulting in the Kansas City, Missouri area. Her passion is helping others achieve wellness of the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. If you don’t have a good local naturopathic practitioner to turn to for your personal needs, Amanda does phone consultations! She can help you with weight loss, detox/cleansing, acute and chronic illnesses, skin and body care, grocery shopping, pantry overhauls, and more!

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  1. Jeanne

    Put seven dust in a knee high hose for women and dust pet the ticks will fall off. Have used it.

  2. carol Clunan

    Great info. I ve gotten trifexis for my 47 lb f. dog. Cost 20.50 every month. After reading your report, I don’.t know if that is safe.

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  4. Melissa Mellie

    Thank you very much. There are so many medications, which uses for the treatment of dog joint pain. But nowadays most people prefer natural remedies for their dog treatment, which is really very effective.

  5. Patty Hulse

    Great information. Thank you. Please let me know what I can give my dog in her food daily to keep her free from fleas. I live in Florida and the fleas are bad. I’ve tried diatomaceous earth. It’s just to difficult to do that every day and then she looks and feels chalky. Spaying her every day with essential oils is a pain. I need something strong enough I can give her in her food that will keep the fleas off. Any suggestions?

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