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Vet perspective on periodontal disease in pets

We have to address our pets’ oral cavity health in the manner like we do our human children. Peri ... Read More

Heart Issues in Dogs and Cats

Even though our pets are not at risk from heart attacks like people, heart disease, heart weakness o ... Read More

Pancreatitis in Pets

When the pancreas becomes overworked or irritated, it can become inflamed. Once the tissues of the p ... Read More

Anxiety in Pets

Anxiety and stress in our pets is unfortunately quite common. Some dogs or cats may become fearful o ... Read More

Holistic Approach to Cancer

Cancer describes diseases involving the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells within the body. These ... Read More

Megaesophagus

Megaesophagus is a condition affecting humans, cats, and dogs, in which the muscles of the esophagus ... Read More

Senior Dog Needs

The general rule for determining average life expectancy is: the larger the dog, the shorter the lif ... Read More

AutoImmune Disease in Dogs

An Autoimmune Disease refers to the immune system’s inability to recognize a dog’s own body and, ... Read More

Pet Lethargy

Lethargy is basically a decrease in activity and energy. It is a symptom of an underlying imbalance ... Read More

Dog and Cat Hair Loss

Alopecia is the term for hair loss defined as the partial or complete absence of hair from areas of ... Read More

Diabetes in Dogs and Cats

Diabetes has become very common in the United States in recent years. An overload of refined carbohy ... Read More

Food Allergies and Intolerances

Pet food allergies are defined as immune system or inflammatory responses triggered off by certain f ... Read More

Anxiety: How to Treat it Holistically

Anxiety including separation anxiety is surprisingly common in pets, and it can occur for a variety ... Read More

Copraphagia - When Pets Eat Poop

There is a lot of speculation on what causes animal to eat their own poop. Disgusting as it sounds t ... Read More

How to Treat Mange

Mange results from an excessive multiplication of the mites that live normally in a dog’s hair fol ... Read More

Fighting Pet Obesity

Companion animal obesity is becoming increasingly common. In fact, veterinarians estimate that 44% o ... Read More

Colitis & GI Upset in Dogs

Colitis is essentially an inflammation of the large intestine or colon. The term Colitis is used to ... Read More

Herbal Remedies for Joints, Bumps & Bruises

Did you know that herbs can lend a real helping hand to many painful problems that plague older pets ... Read More

A Holistic Approach to Itchy Skin

There are many possible causes of the chronic itchy skin, hot-spots, dandruff and oily coat that pla ... Read More

Understanding Pancreatitis

Pancreatitis is an inflammation of the pancreas. The pancreas is responsible for protecting the duod ... Read More

Kidney/Renal Problems

Kidney or renal failure, kidney disease and impaired renal function, are all conditions of varying s ... Read More

Cushings Disease

Cushings Disease occurs when there is an over-active adrenal gland (known as Hyperadrenocorticism or ... Read More

Hypothyroid Condition in Dogs

Hypothyroid condition refers to the inability of the thyroid gland to produce sufficient thyroid hor ... Read More

Pet Liver Health

The role of the liver is to help clear toxins from the body and facilitate digestion. The liver is t ... Read More

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