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Chocolate and Pets Don’t Mix! Halloween Special

With Halloween approaching there may be more goodies in your house than normal and it is not unusual for your pets to want to sample what you have. This can be dangerous especially if your four footed friends help themselves to chocolate.  Cocoa and chocolate can be particularly toxic to dogs as it contains a […]

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Discover Natural Support for Common Feline Ailments: Cat Liver Disease

Connie was truly devastated when she learned from her vet that Bouncey would never recover from liver disease. Bouncey was very skinny and weak cat. The vet even suggested to put him down. Connie who lives in upstate New York refused to give up on her 11-year old beloved kitty, and brought him home so […]

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Preventative Pet Care: Most Dog Owners Mistaken Cushing’s Disease for their Dog’s Aging

Cushing’s Disease (Hyperadrenocorticism) is a common condition in older dogs, often mistaken for the aging process itself. Some of the symptoms seen in Cushing’s disease are weight gain, hair loss, increased drinking and urination, and increased appetite. Other dogs may show signs of skin infections, pot belly and muscle wasting. Cushing’s disease is a result […]

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Premium Holistic Dog Food For All Life Stages

There are many healthy diets for dogs. “Biologically-appropriate” is a term we often hear. For many years, most dog foods available were less-than-optimal when you consider that canines evolved primarily as meat-eaters. The best diet for your dog is also one that fits the lifestyles and budget of the people who feed the dog. For example, […]

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Premium Holistic Cat Food For All Life Stages

Today, there is a growing desire among discerning consumers  to know more about what goes into their companions’ food. And rightly so. An optimal diet is good health insurance for your feline, and can go a long way in preventing potential ailments. Looking through the publication of “approved” pet food ingredients in the U.S. gives a […]

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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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