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acupuncture

How acupuncture helped a senior cat walk again

An elderly cat with radial nerve damage in one leg makes a full recovery thanks to acupuncture. I discovered the healing benefits of acupuncture when...
How herbs can improve your animal's joint health

How herbs can improve your animal’s joint health

Herbs go deeper than NSAIDs when it comes to alleviating the inflammation at the root of arthritis and other joint problems – and without...
cat laying on floorvideo

How To Pick Up & Hold A Cat

Did you know there is a better way to pick up and hold a cat? Picking up your cat is something you do everyday without...
reiki for shelter animals

4 ways Reiki can help shelter animals

Shelter dogs and cats are under a lot of stress. Reiki can relieve their discomfort and even make them more adoptable. Animal shelters are stressful...
Enzymes for cats and dogs.

Enzymes and your dog or cat

Every pet can benefit from enzyme supplementation. Enzymes not only support digestive health and enhance nutrient absorption; they also reduce inflammation and boost overall...
herbs

Western herbs for animal allergies

Keeping your allergic dog or cat itch-free can be done with herbs ranging from ashwaganda and astragalus to dandelion and Echinacea. Allergies in dogs and...
eft acupressure

EFT can ease your pet’s emotions

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), or Tapping, can help with anxiety, phobias and related problems in dogs and cats. Emotional Freedom Technique is a healing modality...
Luxury hotels for your dog

Melatonin for dogs and cats

Along with promoting sleep, melatonin may also help with Cushing’s disease, separation anxiety and other dog and cat health problems. Melatonin as a nutritional supplement...
Ayurvedic medicine

Ayurvedic medicine for animals

A look at the three body types as defined by Ayurvedic medicine, along with four herbs used in this modality. “Ayurveda” means "science of life"....
Amanda Foundation rescue

Rescue made easy

The shelter isn’t the only place to go. Rescue organizations are finding homes for more animals by bringing adoptable dogs and cats to special...
smarter

Counting on quality — Redbarn Pet Products

Celebrating 20 years in business, Redbarn Pet Products takes pride in producing premium, all-natural pet food and treats for dogs and cats. As kids, Jeff...
outdoor cats

Outdoor Cats Debate — Part I

Addressing problems caused by feral, stray and free-roaming felines – and finding solutions that benefit both cats and communities. Over the past few years, we...
hospice care

Hospice for cats

More people turn to hospice care for aging or terminally ill felines. In the past, euthanasia was often the only option for cats with terminal illnesses....
feline dental

Feline dental health made simple

Cats seem prone to problems with their teeth and gums. Here’s how to help prevent these painful dental conditions. Does your cat have bad...
Using conventional medications safely

Using conventional medications safely

Medications like antibiotics, NSAIDs and steroids are sometimes necessary to treat canine and feline illnesses, but it’s important they’re not used indiscriminately. As a holistic veterinarian,...

Dental disease linked to organ problems

Dental issues may harm your dog or cat’s kidneys, lungs, liver, heart and even his immune system.   Do you factor your dog or cat’s dental...
Venus…she was “born this way”!

Venus…she was “born this way”!

Her bi-colored face attracts attention wherever she goes. Venus is now world-famous, and this laid-back kitty with the loving personality is helping to promote animal...
naughty cat

Is your cat being naughty?

Don’t punish her! Positive reinforcement is the best way to coax any cat back to good behavior. Biting, scratching or hissing -- is your kitty misbehaving?...
immunocompromised

Immunocompromised and living with your cat

If you are immunocompromised, you have a higher chance of contracting infections from your cat, but that doesn’t mean you have to get rid of...
New Year’s resolutions for a healthier cat

New Year’s resolutions for a healthier cat

Making a few New Year’s resolutions to improve your cat's lifestyle means you'll both enjoy the benefits of a fresh start! Most of us make a...
candle safety for cats and dogs

Candle safety for your dog or cat

Candle safety is more than keeping burning candles out of his reach. What they’re made of is also of paramount importance. Candles are favorite home décor...
Urinary incontinence

Urinary incontinence in dogs and cats

Urinary incontinence can have many causes. A successful resolution for your dog or cat depends on the right diagnosis and treatment. Are you finding spots...
Travel with dog

Travel stress-free this holiday

Taking your dog on a road trip to visit friends or family this festive season (or any other time)? This travel checklist will help...
helping your dog live a longer life

10 tips to help him live a longer life

You want your furry friend to be with you as long as possible. Incorporate these suggestions into his care to help ensure his health and longevity. You want...
Neutricks memory function

Improve memory function in older dogs and cats

An interest in senior animals led to an innovative supplement that helps improve memory and cognition in companion animals. As people age, they often experience...
top four nutrients

4 top nutrients every animal needs

No matter what type of food you feed your dog or cat, these few specific supplements will give him important nutrients and improve his...
feline hairballs

Preventing hairballs in cats

They’re more than just a mess for you to clean up. Excessive hairballs can signal a health problem or an inappropriate diet. Many cat parents...
exploring the outdoors

Letting your cat explore the outdoors

From harnesses to strollers to enclosures, there are several hazard-free ways for your cat to enjoy the great outdoors. The mantra today is that cats...
picky eater

Is your cat a picky eater?

Along with a check-up and the right diet, this easy acupressure session can help turn around your picky eater. If your cat is a picky...
Richard Kitty

Richard Kitty

Children are especially attracted to Richard Kitty with the “odd eyes”. You don’t see it often, but every now and then, an animal (or person) is...
ttouch Linda Tellington-Jones

Tellington TTouch

We talk with Linda Tellington-Jones about her effective approach for animal healing, training and communication with TTouch. AW: What is Tellington TTouch? LTJ: It’s a gentle,...
senior canine and feline aging process

When is a dog a senior?

Our dogs and cats are generally considered senior when they reach seven to nine years. But the rate at which they actually age varies,...