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Pet Allergies: Can bathing your pets help with Pet Allergies?

Skin allergies in pets are the number one reason dogs are brought to their veterinarian; sixth most common reason for cats! Skin allergy symptoms can be annoying and often painful to your pets. In our eBook on Pet Allergies, we share natural treatment and prevention options for both cats and dogs, and in this blog we […]

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Customer Stories: Discover how this senior dog overcame inoperable canine cancer!

“I am sorry, your dog has cancer,” – must be the worst news for any pet owner, and it seems that canine cancer is becoming more and more common. Fortunately, this customer story has a happy ending: “My beautiful 11-year old Airedale Terrier, Pippin, was diagnosed with a tumor on his spleen which I was told was inoperable. […]

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General, Pet Allergies: Pet Herbal Therapy: Natural Remedies aid in treating Pet Allergies, Inflammation and Itch

Pet Herbal Therapy with Natural Remedies  For caring owners who want the best for their pet, without the debilitating side effects and expensive fees of prescribed medicines, we’ve put together a list of safe & effective natural remedies to strengthen and treat your pets’ immune system as well as pet allergies. Thousands of pet owners see amazing […]

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General, Pet Allergies: Helping Maltese with intractable itch and Canine Allergies

Without proper diagnostics, it is difficult to tell if an itchy dog has atopic dermatitis, a food reaction, or just skin related canine allergies. It’s estimated that almost half of all dogs in the United States suffer from some kind of allergies. That’s a lot of uncomfortable dogs! Canine allergies usually present as skin disorders, but […]

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: Dog liver disease can be turned around quickly with Milk Thistle natural drops for pets

Simon was heartbroken when his beloved dog became sick with liver disease in Mountain View, California. After multiple blood tests, X-rays and an ultrasound, his vet simply gave up on his best friend. The dog had an unusually large liver and a lot of fluid around it. The vet said Simon should just take his […]

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Customer Stories: Meet Scruffy Pearl, canine heart disease survivor, is feeling “Young at Heart” again!

Laura rescued the 12-year old from Louisiana, and took her home, in Marin County, California. Scruffy Pearl, my senior dog and companion, has now seen it all… She has survived Hurricane Katrina only to be faced with canine heart disease! When Scruffy Pearl started developing a heart condition, Laura could just not bring herself to take […]

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Pet Allergies: Pet Immunology 101: Why pH Balance is vital for Pet’s Wellbeing

In our eBook on Pet Allergies, we go into depth on “Pet Immunology 101” because it is such an essential part of your pets’ wellbeing. This blog shares important information on keeping your pet’s immune system healthy and strong by maintaining a pH balance.  Let’s take a closer look at how allergies occur and review basic […]

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Pet Allergies: Top causes of Itch in Pets: Pet Allergy Symptoms

Is your pet itching like crazy? Exploring common causes of itch and pet allergy symptoms, treatments and causes, may be just what you need to help end the itch cycle! Because unfortunately, most people treat symptoms and not the root cause of itch.  When a pet presents with signs of allergies, the first thing to do […]

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Cats: What to do when conventional treatment only makes your cat even sicker than feline liver disease

Melanie was ready to leave her home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida when she noticed that Felix, her senior cat, stopped eating. Right away, Melanie knew something was wrong since her senior cat always finished his wet food. She got nervous and took her kitty to the vet. The vet did the blood work, and found […]

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News: When your pet presents signs of allergies – get a free Pet Allergies eBook

Because pet allergies are so common, and the symptoms so annoying to pets, helping with allergies is one of the most common things veterinarians do. Only because there are so many different mechanisms for allergy symptoms does it seem like pet allergies can be complicated. For the owner of the allergic dog or cat, allergies […]

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