September 27, 2018
6 Safe Flea Treatment Options for Your Pet and Home

Many commercial flea and tick preventatives are unsafe, containing toxins or chemicals that can make your pet sick or even harm your family. Cancer, seizures, and many other illnesses have been linked to oral and topical flea and tick control products. This is scary, but before you panic, know that help is here. There are […]

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September 26, 2018
Are Flea Control Products Safe?

Flea and tick control is an important part of keeping your pet healthy, but are flea control products safe? The sad answer is… not really. Most flea and tick control products contain toxins that can cause vomiting and diarrhea, cancer, seizures and many more unfavorable side effects. The good news is, there are safe ways […]

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September 7, 2018
Pet Allergies and Autoimmune Disease

What do pet allergies and autoimmune disease have in common? Well, they can both make your pet feel pretty crummy. But the source of both of these ailments lies in the immune system. Incorrect response from the immune system is to blame for both pet allergies and autoimmune disease. So what does this mean for your pet, […]

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August 20, 2018
Separation Anxiety in Dogs and Cats: 7 Ways to Relieve it

The end of summer brings many joys to pet owners. The promises of cooler weather, longer walks, and lots of amazing fall produce to put into your CrockPet batches, have all carried us through the hot hot heat. August usually marks the return to school for many families, and thus, for many pets… SEPARATION ANXIETY […]

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August 1, 2018
Going for a Dip: 4 Tips for Pet Water Safety

Helping your pet stay cool in these sweltering summer months can be tough, and staying indoors all summer long is a drag. Going for a swim or romp at the beach or lake can be so much fun, but it's easy to forget that safety is still key. Pet water safety is super important to keeping […]

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July 24, 2018
Heatwave: How to Keep Your Pet Cool While You Travel

This past week, countries all over the world have experienced a record breaking heat wave. Extreme heat can be very dangerous, causing injury and even death - for both humans and pets! You could say it is more important than ever to be mindful of your furbaby’s environment and comfort, especially if you are traveling […]

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July 23, 2018
Welcome to Our New Site - Your Best Resource for Holistic Pet Health

This new site is about more than just the web. It's about giving YOU a better experience, and providing the best possible online resource for holistic pet health; keeping your pet healthy, naturally.     I am thrilled to tell you that my new website (THIS site!) is now live and ready for action. You […]

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May 16, 2018
Symptoms of Pet Allergies and Treating Them Naturally

Here we are, in the middle of May, and the pollen is still fallin’, in very alarming amounts in some places. Allergy season can wreak havoc on pet allergies and the poor dogs and cats who suffer them. Do you know what symptoms to look for? Symptoms of seasonal allergies can make even the happiest pup completely […]

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April 19, 2018
Josephine's Story: Retraining the Pet Owner

Josephine I met Josephine the cat when I was a senior in vet school, during my internal medicine rotation. Josephine’s owner was a clinical psychologist, and she brought her kitty to the vet school because no one had been able to figure out why Josephine weighed so much. She was looking for answers, to help heal her […]

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March 22, 2018
What Most Vets Don't Know About Pet Cancer

If you’re a pet parent or love someone who is, then here’s some news you need to hear… if you want your pets to live long and healthy lives. Because the sad truth is, the rate of cancer in pets is exploding. Just 50 years ago, 1 in 100 dogs got cancer. Today it is […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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