2016 Top 10 Natural Pet Supplements ©

The natural pet supplement market has become flooded with products promising amazing health benefits. Trying to research and choose between them can be an overwhelming experience for loving pet parents. It is always our goal to guide and educate caregivers, which inspired this listing of the best natural pet supplements of 2016. Our choice of […]

Natural Treatment and Prevention of Liver Disease in Dogs ©

Most people know that a dog’s liver is responsible for removing toxins, but it also assists in blood clotting, storage of iron and fat-soluble vitamins, hormone breakdown, blood sugar stabilization, energy storage and processing, bacteria filtration and proper digestion. “Liver Disease” can actually describe a number of conditions in dogs, all of which affect the […]

Natural Treatment for Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) ©

Systematic infection of Feline Corona Virus is the actual cause of Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP). Some attribute it to suppression of the immune system (such as vaccines), which facilitates infection from a previously dormant virus. It’s most common in kittens (less than one year old). There is no natural remedy or cure, but you can […]

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 fresh (unsalted) pumpkin seeds, including your pets in […]

Update: Natural Support of our Senior Cat’s Chronic Kidney Disease ©

We promised to update you on our SPCA Diva’s condition after she was diagnosed with Chronic Renal Failure last November. It’s all well & good to preach about natural methods, but being able to share our experience with what works and what doesn’t is that much more valuable. We saw little change in our 17 […]

Natural Treatment of Urinary Incontinence in Dogs & Cats ©

Incontinence (also known as “leaky bladder” or “dribbling”) is relatively common in dogs and is sometimes seen in cats. Canine and feline incontinence may be caused by a weak bladder sphincter (age, large dog breeds, spaying or multiple pregnancies), inflammatory disease, bladder stones, infection, congenital defect, nutritional deficiency, epilepsy, nerve impairment or emotional disorders. Symptoms […]