Posts Tagged ‘dog’

The Best Natural Foods and Supplements to Help Your Dog Live Longer

The heartbreaking part of having a dog is their relatively short lifespan. Life expectancy for dogs has improved with diet and care standards, but the time to say goodbye still comes all too soon. Dr. Kelly M. Cassidy, a Biologist who compiles scientific data about the lifespan of dogs, has concluded that canine longevity varies […]

B-Air Fido Max 1 Dog Dryer Review

Grooming is such an important part of the natural health and wellbeing of pets. It’s also part of a regular routine for pet parents, be it at a professional groomer’s or a quick rinse after a fun time in the mud. Most of us can’t run to a professional groomer every time our pet gets […]

Natural Remedies for Depressed Dogs

By Mark Fendelman Dog depression is as real and painful as human depression. Maybe you haven’t heard about it before, but this condition can severely damage your dog’s health and spirit. If you love your pet and care for their well-being, you should definitely learn more about it. We will provide you a series of […]

Warning: Halloween Costumes Aren’t Natural for Pets!

Oh we know costumes are cute on pets, but they aren’t natural and with anything unnatural comes potential danger. We suggest avoiding costumes entirely for cats because they’re just too tough to supervise. Try a nice Halloween-theme collar instead.  If you decide to buy a Halloween costume for your dog, please consider the following pet […]

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 […]

Tips to Protect your Dog in the Summer Heat

Many “hot dogs” campaigns run during the Summer in North America, but we’ve noticed very little activity when it’s Summer elsewhere (or with consideration to tropical climates).  Today’s guest author is committed to creating awareness of the dangers of Summer heat throughout the year.

Kiss Me, I’m Irish Setter {With Digi-Poster}

Happy St. Patrick’s Day to those who celebrate! We hope you enjoy this shareable digi-poster, “Kiss Me, I’m Irish Setter” that we designed just for you.  We’ll also post it on our Pinterest and Facebook page for easy sharing on March 17th.

Natural Treatment and Prevention of Canine Cataracts

Cataracts are quite common in aging dogs, and can also be caused by diabetes, injury, or genetics. Some dog breeds appear to be predisposed to the development of cataracts, including the Bichon Frise, Poodle, Golden Retriever, Cocker Spaniel, Schnauzer, and some Terriers. Cataracts affect the lens of the eye through calcification and opacification, resulting in […]

Welfare Weekend: West Nile Virus Information and Natural Prevention for Pets ©

The US Center for Disease Control (CDC) has issued a warning to pet parents about the West Nile Virus, on the heels of a similar warning for humans. Record-breaking cases in the US and Canada have prompted the warning. Like humans, pets may contract the West Nile Virus from a mosquito bite. Ticks are currently […]

Natural Tick Treatments for Dogs (With Anti-Lyme’s Bite Recipe) ©

The predicted severity of ticks this year has been a tad exaggerated by some, but they’re always a concern for dog guardians nonetheless.  As with any malady, the best route to a natural solution for ectoparasites like ticks is prevention.  Preventing them goes hand in hand with repelling them. Natural Tick Repellants Catnip (Nepeta cataria) […]

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