All About Medical Hemp for Dogs

All About Hemp for Dogs

By Veselina Dzhingarova

It is only natural that pet owners get concerned if their dog is unwell, and generally they will take all the precautions they can to stop this from happening. It can be awful when you can see that your dog is not himself, but since they cannot speak to you it’s difficult to find out what’s wrong with them or if they’re in pain. Read more »

How to Reduce your Pet’s Toxic Load

How to Reduce your Pet’s Toxic Load

By Veselina Dzhingarova

As you may already know, we’re completely inundated by toxins left and right. While some of us are doing everything possible reduce the toll toxins take on our bodies, we are a little bit more negligent when it comes to our pets. However, toxins can have a profound effect on your pet’s health as well, and reducing your pet’s toxic load can help in many ways. Here are a few ways you can reduce toxicity in your pet’s environment. Read more »

What Do Reindeer Eat?

What Do Reindeer Eat?

I lived in Canada’s Arctic for a decade and spent part of that time working for the Department of Renewable Resources. Santa & I were practically neighbors! Therefore, I feel especially qualified to share this important information about the natural diet of Reindeer as we approach Christmas Eve. Read more »

How to Add Natural Holiday Color To Homemade Pet Treats

Add Natural Holiday Colour To Homemade Pet Treats!

Making your homemade pet treats more festive can start with holiday theme shapes, but you can also ‘spruce’ up treats. They make great gifts for the pet-lovers on your list, including pet-sitters, dog walkers, groomers, etc. They’re also fantastic fundraisers. Read more »

Perfect Pet Present: BarkBath™ Portable Dog Grooming System

Perfect Pet Present: BarkBath™ Portable Dog Grooming System

If there’s one wish that dogs and their guardians share, it’s “no more baths!” Unfortunately, dogs often need to be bathed whether either of us like it or not. We can take them outside in the Summer, but in the colder months it often means the dreaded bathtub. By the time the dog is clean, you’re both drenched and miserable. Taking your best friend to the groomer is an alternative solution that is expensive, inconvenient and time consuming. Plus, a groomer isn’t always an option for emergencies. Read more »

Caring for Senior Dogs: What Helps Them Live a Longer, Happier Life?

By Veselina Dzhingarova

We never like to admit it when our beloved dog is getting older. We remember them fondly as puppies and enjoy their various stages as they get older, but their later years are filled with concern. However, it is of vital importance that you acknowledge both when your dog is getting up in years and the visible signs that he or she is starting to feel the time adding on. Read more »

DIY Gelatin Aquarium Fish Food

DIY Gelatin Aquarium Fish Food

Homemade gelatin food allows us to easily mix a variety of nutrients, supplements or medication together. The following recipe is specific to fish, shrimp & snails, but may be adapted for any animal. Read more »

Natural Ways to Tackle Your Dog’s Allergies

By Veselina Dzhingarova

When your dog is suffering with allergies, you need to relieve the symptoms and get to the root of the problem. This is easy to say but much harder to achieve. In this article, we’ll look at the basic steps you can take to eliminate allergens and some natural ways to relieve the symptoms. Read more »

Protect Your Pets From the West Nile Virus Naturally

 

CDC Pet alert issued for West Nile Virus

Like humans, pets may contract the West Nile Virus from a mosquito bite. Ticks are currently being studied as carriers, and may be infectious (at least to birds). Animals that eat live food, like hunting cats, may contract the virus through their prey. We’ve provided species-specific details for you below. If you suspect your pet has contracted the West Nile Virus, please see your veterinarian.

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Wild Vegetable and Herb Foraging for Pets

Wild Vegetable and Herb Foraging for Pets

Vegetables are obviously an important part of the herbivorous and omnivorous diet. Feeding your pet a variety of nutrient-dense, easily-digested vegetables and herbs can have a delightful impact on their overall well-being, health conditions, breeding, and growth. Read more »

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