June 18, 2021
My Dog Has Cancer. What should I feed him?

Our dogs are treated not just as pets, but we treat them as our beloved and a cherished family member. There is this mutual bond of love and loyalty between our dogs and us which makes it heartbreaking when we learn that our dogs are diagnosed with cancer. Cancer not only compromises a dog's quality […]

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June 11, 2021
How to Boost Dog's Appetite

A dog that doesn't eat enough can be a real source of worry and concern. When you are used to seeing your dog's rush to their dish during mealtime and eagerly clean up every last grain, a dog who doesn't show much interest in eating, and who may even be a little underweight, can leave […]

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June 10, 2021
Homemade Peanut Butter Dog Treats

Looking for an easy DIY treat to make for your pet? Try these homemade peanut butter dog treats – simply mix, roll and cut. Easy peasy, and you can make it so much healthier by adding their powdered supplement as the secret recipe 😉 Most of us have been spending a lot of time and […]

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June 3, 2021
Benefits of Using Turmeric in Dogs

GET TURMERIC HERE Turmeric has been utilized in India for thousands of years for its therapeutic properties. Its main ingredient curcumin has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anticoagulant properties. Many individuals resort to natural anti-inflammatory remedies like turmeric to avoid the high expense of over-the-counter and prescription drugs.  Moreover, curcumin's medical usefulness for humans has been demonstrated in […]

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June 3, 2021
Difference of Turmeric Spices vs. Turmeric Supplement

GET TURMERIC HERE As more individuals become aware of turmeric's numerous health benefits, some are debating whether they should take it as a supplement or as a raw spice. Turmeric is well-known as a staple spice in Indian cuisine, and it's also one of the most potent spices you can eat. Due to its yellow […]

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June 2, 2021
How to Boost Your Dog's Appetite With CBD?

Credits to Alexandra DohertySenior Copywriter, CBD(+1 323 565 1067)  alexandra.doherty@cbdonline.biz Savoring daily meals should undoubtedly be the most significant part of the day for your dog. Moreover, if they are not giving it much attention or are not running behind you to quickly serve them as they typically do, it is probably a symptom of […]

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April 30, 2021
Benefits of Home Cooked Food For Dogs and Cats

There are multiple reasons to cook for your pet and there are many posts online about feeding raw food vs. cooked food but in this blog you will learn many supported benefits on why I promote home cooked food for dogs and cats. The most important is that you know exactly what your pet is eating. […]

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April 2, 2021
Easter Fun and Things to Watch Out for Your Pets

Easter Fun with your Pets Easter is definitely a fun and hopeful time of the year. This brings so much joy and it's such a great time to spend with family and pets during the warm spring weather.  Easter egg hunts, treats, and of course chocolates! We all know Chocolate is definitely a no-treat for […]

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March 19, 2021
My Pet Has Cancer. Now What?

https://youtu.be/IN-Bz8twrDA Dr. Ruth Offers Wholistic Suggestions to support your pet with cancer. In this broadcast, she will discuss- What are the simple things you can do at home to keep your pet eating- A nutritional approach to slowing the progression of cancer- How to use nutritional supplements to slow cancer- Making the time you have […]

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March 15, 2021
Do Pets get affected by Daylight Saving Time?

Circadian Rhythm Here comes the warm season, and that sweet smell of spring breeze. It’s such a refreshing time for us and our pets to start walking around! This spring is definitely a busy season and just like us, humans, our pets also have their own body clock, and believe it or not, the one-hour […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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