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Amazing liver disease recovery from down under

Australia is famous for its wildlife, and the hazards that come with it. Chelsie, an Australian Silky Terrier, has quite a story to tell. She once had an unpleasant encounter with a snake, and after a great fight in intensive care with a temperature of 41.9 C, Luc, his dad, is lucky to still have […]

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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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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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Nutrition for pet’s diet: More fruits and veggies for pet wellbeing!

Eating in season is good for us and our pets. One way to make sure that the nutrition for your pet’s diet is optimal, ask yourself if your four-legged friend’s nourishment could be more colourful, seasonal and fresh? Most pet owners assume their pets will not eat fruits and veggies, but you may be surprised! If you provide […]

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Canine Pancreatitis: why high amounts of fat in your dog’s diet is unhealthy

It’s summer BBQ season and that means lots of hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken and lots of grease from the grill. Often well-meaning party attenders give dogs hot dogs, hamburgers or whatever else is on their plate. Most of these things are quite high in fat and can trigger a condition called pancreatitis. When most people […]

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