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Discover Fast Relief for Itching Pets: Skin Allergies & Hot Spots

Skin conditions due to allergies are an increasingly common disorder in pets and are one of the most frequent causes for visits to the veterinarian. The itching may be all over of your pet’s body or localized in one area. If repeated scratching causes the skin to break, this can create an opportunity for an infection. Rather […]

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Demystifying Pet Food Labels: What Every Pet Owner Must Know about Pet Food

Labels have been confusing to consumers and veterinarians alike. As veterinarians, we have to demystify labels to pet owners, and by doing so, we realize how many food products today have no nutritional guarantee! Meaning pets are being overfed with calories, while being undernourished because they are not getting the essential nutrients they need from commercial […]

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Discover How Senior Cat Overcame Cancer with Life Gold – Natural Cancer Support

Unfortunately, feline cancer is common in senior cats but fortunately this customer story has a happy ending: “Almost three years ago, we received a phone call from our Vet informing us that our beloved cat, ‘Happy’ had a maximum of two weeks left to live, we were devastated.  Diagnosed with stomach and intestinal cancer, we […]

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What Most Pet Owners Never Think About: Fall Safety Tips for your Pets

Fall Safety Tips for your Pets when it comes to FLEA protection and other outside dangers. Fall is a beautiful time of year but it can actually be dangerous for your pet! When the weather gets colder, the fleas are also looking to attach to furry hosts such as your pets. This is the time […]

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Dreaded Season for FLEAS? Natural Bug Repellent Spray Works Fast!

The dreaded season for FLEAS is here. Fall is the dreaded time for FLEAS. At this time of the year, fleas are trying to attach themselves to our pets in an attempt to escape the cold, in most environments with cooling temperatures. Fall and Spring are the common times for flea infestations, and it works best to prepare in […]

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Discover How Chinese Veterinary Medicine Treats Pet Allergies

Traditional Chinese Medicine has a fascinating way of explaining the interrelationships that exist between the body systems, including pet allergies. Ultimately, it all relates to the circulation of energy or “life force” – Qi (pronounced “chee”) which may seem very subtle, but there are many cases where pets have seen significant improvement with this alternative […]

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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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Discover How Senior Dog Overcame Inoperable Tumor And Survived Canine Cancer!

“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. The vet […]

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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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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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