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General: Cancer and your Pet (Preventative Pet Care)

Cancer and your Pet Of all diseases that can strike our dogs, cancer is one of the most feared. In southwestern Ontario alone, human cancer has increased by 37% over the past 30 years, and animal cancer is following suit. Why is this disease becoming such a major health problem in our dogs? One reason is because of […]

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Customer Stories: A new Diabetes-free life for Bennie & cost-effective solution for Cat Diabetes

Barbara’s neighbour in central Connecticut finds a lot of comfort and joy in spending time with his two cats. The sweet two kitties are close companions and are like family to this man who is blind and disabled. Last year, Bennie, a beautiful grey tabby, became very ill. He lost a lot of weight and […]

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Dogs: Best friend away from home struggles with dog’s heart disease

When Jennifer moved from the United States to live in a remote part of Southeast Asia, she did not think that she would meet the love of her life. Jennifer met her in the grass. She had only seven teeth and was in poor condition. In a heartbeat, Jennifer decided to take her in and found […]

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Customer Stories, Dogs: Nine-year old Chihuahua suffering from Canine Diabetes keeps his vision

Dogs mean everything to Sherilee, they are her children and her life. When her beloved Bruiser started becoming sick, she was heartbroken. The poor nine-year old dog was diagnosed with canine diabetes, and the vet told Sherilee that he would go blind. Bruiser’s mom immediately started him on Blood Sugar Gold, and after two years […]

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Cats: Top 5 Aging Problems in Cats & Advice by Veterinarian, Dr. Janice

Top 5 Aging Problems in Cats and preventative advice by our expert Veterinarian, Dr. Janice: As cats age they experience changes in their health.  As the guardian of an older cat, it is important to understand the most common illness and conditions that affect geriatric felines. Take action. Many of these geriatric issues can be detected […]

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Customer Stories: How Rommie came back to life after an aggressive canine cancer

In Decatur, Illinois, eight-year-old Rommie lived a happy life with his mom Polena, until May of last year when the Weimaraner started to feel strange, refused to eat, and was often vomiting. Polena was afraid that Rommie might have canine cancer. The worst of it all was that Rommie just wanted to be left alone, […]

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Customer Stories: Maggie wins against cat’s kidney disease

Here’s another hopeful story for cat lovers and pet owners: a true “back to life” story of an 18-year-old cat: “My cat Maggie was diagnosed with cat’s kidney disease in 2012 and  I started taking her to the vet for fluids every three days. This got expensive but she’s my baby so I dealt with it. Eventually the […]

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Customer Stories: Jingles free from Cushing’s disease with Adrenal Harmony Gold

Hi, this is Jingles, a 13-year old  English Cocker. Five years ago, he was diagnosed with Cushing’s disease.  It was costing approximately $150 a month for medicine and $300 for blood work every three months.  I asked the Vet how long this will go on, and he said there’s no telling. So I got the […]

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Dogs, General: Exercise with your Pets for Pet Wellbeing and disease prevention

Summer makes us think about getting outdoors with our pets and this is a good thing for both human and animals. For most of us our pets live indoors. Many are cooped up inside with bathroom privileges only for most of the day. For many active dogs, this is the equivalent to prison. It is no wonder we […]

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Customer Stories, Dogs: How Princess Molly overcomes canine liver disease and stomach tumor

This is our Miracle Molly, aka Princess Molly. Two years ago, at age four, Molly became extremely ill, not eating and bleeding out of her bottom. Ultrasound indicated a stomach tumor and she was taken in for an emergency surgery called stomach resection and was given a 50/50 chance of surviving the operation.   Once […]

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