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We’d love to give you some cash to boost your Fall fun with your pets. We’ve sponsored another giveaway to give you a chance to win $500 cash via PayPal. Read more »

Welfare Weekend: World Rabies Awareness Day

World Rabies Day - September 28th

A viral disease, Rabies can infect warm-blooded species resulting in acute brain inflammation and death. September 28th is World Rabies Awareness Day and September is Rabies Awareness Month. It’s all part of an awareness campaign to reinforce the message that rabies is a preventable disease, yet kills 55,000 people needlessly each year, half of which are children under the age of 15. Read more »

The Benefits of Pumpkin Seeds for Pets ©

Pumpkin seeds (Cucurbita pepo) are often thrown out when people clean pumpkins for jack-o-lanterns this time of year. The practice is a huge waste of an item that has proven to be a fantastic source of nutrients and healing properties. Your entire family can benefit from eating pumpkin seeds, including your pets. Positive results have been reported in dogs, cats, horses, some bird species and chickens, fish, and small animals like rabbits and gerbils. Read more »

Natural Rocks for Aquarium Decor ©

It should come as no surprise that we’re big fans of natural aquariums. When people think of natural freshwater tanks, they usually think of plants first. However, there are other natural decor options for both freshwater and reef tanks that contribute beautifully to aqua-scapes, including rocks. Read more »

Is Aloe Vera Safe for Cats and Dogs? ©

Aloe has become quite popular as humans move towards natural remedies, but is it safe for cats and dogs?

Good news!  Aloe vera is one of the safest ‘wonder herbs’ for pets and it has many uses for virtually all of them. Even sensitive pets like cats can safely enjoy its holistic and medicinal benefits.

What can Aloe do for your pet? Read more »

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$500 Sweet September Cash Giveaway!

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Natural Treatment of Canine Diabetes (With Infographic) ©

Canine Diabetes has become quite common in dogs, especially as they age or if they are overweight. Like humans, dogs can have either Type I or Type II Diabetes. The top cause for Type II Canine Diabetes is obesity, but it can also be caused by genetics, infection, pancreatitis, and medications.

NOTE OF CAUTION: A Veterinarian should be involved in the diagnosis and maintenance of Canine Diabetes. Your Veterinarian should be informed of all natural methods you want to use on your diabetic dog to avoid complications like drug interactions or for dosage recommendations, etc.

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Natural Treatment of Feline Diabetes (With Infographic) ©

Feline Diabetes has become quite common in cats, especially as they age or if they are overweight. Like humans, cats can have either Type I or Type II Diabetes. It is estimated that 50-70% of cats with Diabetes have Type I. The most common cause of Type I Diabetes in cats is amyloidosis. The top cause for Type II Feline Diabetes is obesity, but it can also be caused by genetics, infection, pancreatitis, and medications.

NOTE OF CAUTION: A Veterinarian should be involved in the diagnosis and maintenance of feline diabetes. Your Veterinarian should be informed of all natural methods you want to use on your diabetic cat to avoid complications like drug interactions or for dosage recommendations, etc.

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Natural Remedies for Aquarium Hydra or Planaria Infestation ©

At one time or another, aquarists may experience having Planaria and/or Hydra in their tank. These pests are often the results of poor tank care. Read more »

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