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Kidney Support Gold Gives This Dog A New Healthful Life Without Disease

Kidney Support Gold helps your dog maintain a normal quality of life with healthier kidneys as they age. This is a safe and effective holistic preventative and treatment for both cats and dogs. Here’s what our customers have to say about it: I am writing today because our beloved Wheaten Terrier, Armani, has also been diagnosed with […]

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Preventing and Treating Canine Kidney Disease with gentle, herbal remedies

You may wonder why a pet owner would consider buying Kidney Support Gold from Pet Wellbeing for purely preventative measures? However, in canines, the kidneys are most likely to cause health problems as they age. Canine Kidney Disease is more common that you think; and no vet would argue that Chronic kidney failure can sneak up […]

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Pet HERO Contest Winner #2 Meet Amazing Dogs

Announcing our 2nd Pet HERO Contest Winner. Congratulations to Ali Isaacs  and her Pet HERO! Meet Lucky – a  16 year old CockerPoo, who is also a cancer survivor and “tripawd”(this little guy has a custom made wheelchair; he’s pretty spectacular!!! We think he just loves being a part if the family!) “Lucky is my […]

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Freddie no longer has Canine Kidney Disease thanks to Kidney Support Gold!

Canine Kidney Disease is common in pets, fortunately this customer story has a happy ending. Pet Wellbeing has a range of natural solutions for prevention as well as support for dogs living with disease. “We adopted our beloved Freddie, a feisty male Maltese around Thanksgiving time. We had no idea that he came from a puppy […]

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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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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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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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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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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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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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