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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June 4, 2017
How Can Probiotics Help Your Pet?

Probiotics are one of today’s most commonly recommended health supplements. From babies to athletes, to your own household pets, it seems as though healthcare professionals are pushing this button pretty hard. So what is all the fuss about? What IS a probiotic, and how can it make my pet’s quality of life better? First, it’s […]

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February 3, 2017
A Resolution for Nutrition

How keeping your pet healthy can keep you on track This time of year, health and nutrition are front-and-center for many of us. Even though most new year resolutions fall by the wayside by now, your furry friends can help get you back on track. Most pet owners do everything they can to keep their […]

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November 2, 2016
Why Gut Health Is Important for Your Pet

If you notice Fido moping about, you may attribute his behavior to a number of causes… That bed you bought wasn’t comfortable enough. It’s just a rainy day. He missed you because you traveled all day yesterday. Before you get an inflated notion that Fido gets depressed when he can’t be with you every second, […]

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July 27, 2016
Stop Your Pet’s Chronic UTI (Urinary Tract Infections)

Chronic UTI (urinary tract infections) are a painful condition your dog or cat may experience. (You can get a better understanding of the urinary system by visiting my Cat Kidney Failure Treatment page.) These infections occur when E. coli moves from the colon to the urinary bladder nearby. What’s troubling about this bacteria is that […]

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October 28, 2015
Food Therapy: The Health Benefits of Home-Cooked Pet Food

There are multiple reasons to  prepare home-cooked food for your pet. The most important is that you know exactly what your pet is eating. In a recent article in the Journal of Animal Physiology and Nutrition, the authors tested for the common dog food allergens in several high-end venison-based foods. The study found that they all […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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