Q&A with Nora

These videos are available by subscription only. Take one look at the list of topics below and you will see why so many subscribers say Q&A videos with Nora are the main reason they join the RMF Community! Each video is jam-packed full of eye-opening, invaluable information that you won’t find ANYWHERE else.

If you are a subscriber, please be sure to log in to watch and if you have a question, please use the form below (log in to your account to view the form) or post it in the private FaceBook group RMF Community. Nora will discuss any questions related to dog and cat health. Topics run the gamut from the behavior of wild dogs, book recommendations, ear inflammation, and much more!

May Q&A Videos with Nora

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Q&A 05/14/22

  • How Fipronil (the active ingredient in flea & tick treatments) affects the thyroid & skin of dogs
  • Bloat, fasting and “sensitivity” vs tolerance
  • Teachable moments from a consultation When should we adjust the rotation?
  • Are seedless fruits harmful?
  • Should we feed different meats occasionally?
  • What about shellfish?
  • The craziness of referring to the cleansing & protection system of the body as the “immune” system
  • Precautions about feeding bones (upcoming video on this topic)
  • Some resources that may be of interest: Audible.com has 3 hygiene friendly audiobooks, “The Science and Fine Art of Fasting” and “Herbert Shelton Reader” by Herbert Shelton and “Fit for Life” by Harvey Diamond
  • Videos by Dr. Thomas Lodi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArrrbQWMNi8 (The Pottenger Study) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwfzRjrJXew (What Dr. Lodi Eats in a Day)

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Q&A 05/7/22

  • Should an RMF’r allow a groomer to use medicated shampoo on their dog?
  • The importance of losing the habit of meal-planning
  • Information on “cherry eye”
  • How important is variety in meat meals?
  • Bogus study finds “one feeding a day” better than two
  • An experience I had that illustrates how fuel efficient humans are (and dogs too)
  • RMF bumper stickers