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Monday, July 6, 2020

Dog Health

Why artificial scents are harming your pets

Why artificial scents are harming your pets

Artificial scents may make your house fresh and fragrant, but the chemicals that go into them can be toxic. You’ve seen the ads for all...
dental toys for dogs

Dental toys for dogs

Many toys are designed to clean your dog’s teeth – but not all of them are safe. Here’s what to look for and what...
Rate your dog's food!

Rate your dog’s food!

How does your dog’s food rate in terms of good nutrition? Use this scoring system to help you make the best dietary choices for...
Oral tumors in dogs and cats

Oral tumors in dogs and cats

Both benign and malignant tumors can arise in almost any area of your pet’s mouth. What causes them, and how can they be treated? Oral...
fractured teeth

Dealing with cracked and fractured teeth in dogs

You might think your dog’s teeth are a lot stronger than yours, but cracked and fractured teeth in canines is not uncommon. Know what...
how to massage your dog

How to massage your dog

Who doesn’t love a great massage? After all, massage benefits us physically and psychologically. The same is true for our dogs. Through massage, you’ll...
herbs and botanicals for middle ear infections in pets

Botanical treatments for middle ear infections in pets

Unlike conventional drugs, herbs and other botanicals make resistance nearly impossible for even the nastiest pathogens, and are effective weapons against the bacteria and...

Chronic inflammation and your pet – part 2

When free radicals are released from cells undergoing oxidative stress, the result is chronic inflammation and a variety of health problems in dogs and...
legalizing cannabis for pets

Legalizing cannabis for pets

Making sense of the changing laws and regulations surrounding the use of medical marijuana in dogs and cats. The legalization of medical cannabis for...

High dose vitamin C therapy for pets – part 2

A look at why high doses of vitamin C are given intravenously, and how it can help with cancer and other health problems in...

CLEAR Canine Cancer

Inspired by the death of a beloved agility dog, this non-profit foundation funds research into canine cancer, and produces educational documentaries for those whose...
noni

Noni – a tropical fruit that’s good for dogs and cats

Noni has great potential for the treatment and possible prevention of many diseases in pets. Noni fruit is nothing short of amazing. It’s been in...
hemp

Hip hemp products for dogs

Hemp is a durable, eco-friendly fiber that has woven its way into a range of natural and sustainable products for dogs. One of the most...
holistic cancer care

Understanding holistic cancer care for dogs and cats

This 3-pronged approach to holistic cancer care for pets covers all the bases – it helps the immune system do its job, employs anti-cancer...

Antioxidant supplements for your dog

Antioxidant supplements are powerful tools for your dog’s health, but choosing the right ones for his individual needs requires some detective work. Antioxidants are powerful...
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,...
canine flu outbreak

Canine flu outbreak

An outbreak of H3N2 (canine flu) in 2015 caused a lot of alarm among pet parents. Take a look at how integrative methods can...
head pressing

Head Pressing — a warning of serious illness in dogs

Have you ever seen a dog or cat press their head against the wall? It kind of looks adorable, but it isn't something that...
olive oil for dogs

Extra-virgin olive oil for dogs

What’s the difference between extra-virgin olive oil, and plain olive oil? Does it matter which one I give my dog? Olive oils are graded according...
Understanding your animal's veterinary tests

Understanding your animal’s veterinary tests

Are you confused by your animal's lab results? Here's a helpful guide to some of the most common blood tests your veterinarian might perform. Most...
Rabies

The Rabies Challenge Fund For Dogs

Morgan is doing all she can to protect her two dogs from over-vaccination. “I have a vet who does titer testing instead of giving...