Dr Jeannie is a doctor of veterinary nauropathy, natural pet care educator, companion animal nutrition consultant and a natural rearing breeder and exhibitor of Champion Boston Terriers.
Jeannie is also the founder of the Natural Rearing Breeders Association and author of several articles that can be found at The Whole Dog website or some of which she has co-authorerd with her friend and fellow-host from the weekly online radio show Animal Talk Naturally, Dr Kim Bloomer can be found in Animal Wellness Magazine.
Animal Talk Naturally was born in October of 2005 with like-minded colleague, Dr. Kim Bloomer. The show is all about empowering pet owners with the knowledge to care for their animals naturally. They bring on guest experts each week to talk about their area of expertise in natural animal health and the human-animal bond. You can join the LIVE show each week on Blog Talk Radio at http://www.holistic-pet-ausio.com on Tuesdays or Wednesdays at 2:30 PM Eastern.
Dr Thomason has dedicated herself to extensive research and continued education as well as an exploration of hands-on experiences in practicing animal nutrition and natural health with her Naturally reared dogs for over 20 years.
Her true love for the animals is beyond a passion; It is a way of life ! Dr Jeannie is known to colleagues and friends as one who “practices what she preaches,” and has positively influenced many dog owners and grateful dogs themselves, sharing her knowledge of natural and holistic dog care.
Dr Thomason's heart's desire is to empower pet owners with knowledge so they can make informed decisions in helping our special canine companions have the very best in nutrition and optimal health. Her experience and education convinced her that a natural, healthy diet combined with a clean, chemical free environment and complementary natropathic veterinary treatment when needed; is the best way to enhance our animals' own God given ability to heal.
Dr Jeannie is committed to sharing her knowledge with others who are interested in learning how to extend their pet's life to be longer and happier. Please browse her website at www.thewholedog.org for some of the best possible natural, altervative, holistic and complementary animal health and wellness care information available."
Through dedication, the lives of our dogs are improved by educating their human caretakers to a more holistic, healthy approach.Quite simply, the goal at The Whole Dog is to bring all the natural dog care concepts together so it’s easy for the owners to learn and apply.
Consultations are available by appointment both via telephone and/or email as well as in person.