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Synthetic Vitamins & Minerals in Pet Food (Part 2)

Background: Synthetics made in a lab and not in nature, chemical isolates that don't belong The first synthetic vitamin was manufactured in 1933,...
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Synthetic Vitamins & Minerals in Pet Food (Part 1)

Why Are Synthetic Vitamins And Minerals Added To Pet Foods And Supplements? In this four-part mini-series, we address why synthetic vitamins and miner...
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Bad Teeth Linked To Chronic Disease In Pets

Like us, pets need their oral hygiene taken care off. You know yourself there is nothing worse than going days without cleaning your teeth and having ...
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Malnutrition in Dogs & Cats

Malnutrition can be a tough illness on both you and your pet especially if it's a long term problem in your cat or dog. There are a number of dif...
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Digestive Disorders in Cats & Dogs

Most pet owners aren't aware that their pet's digestive system is naturally very acidic and their entire body functions much better whe...
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Why Does My Dog Lick Pee?

Is it normal for dogs to lick their pee or another dog's pee? Yes. Your dog licking its own or another dog's pee is totally normal in t...
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Why Is My Dog Eating Poop And How To Stop It

Should you be concerned if your dog eats poo? The main things to consider are why it's happening, how often and the species of animal that e...
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Renal Disease In Cats

Renal disease in cats is becoming much more common place and the symptoms of chronic renal failure can be seen as the results of kidney fibrosis....
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The Life-Saving 20 Minutes In Your Pet's Day

Like us pets need to get out of the house, irrespective of whether they are a big dog, small dog, thin cat or fat cat. Garden or not, pets need to lea...
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Urinary Problems In Cats

The most important nutrient necessary for obligate carnivores and specifically for your cat, is water.  Drinking a healthy amount of water i...
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Your Pet's Life Force Energy

As more information is becoming available about the importance of energy a big questions is, are you helping or hindering your pet's life force e...
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Heal The Gut - Heal Your Pet

Your dog's gastrointestinal tract includes their mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine and anus.  Their inner terrain inclu...
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Terrain Theory Impacts Your Pet's Health

Anti-inflammatories, antivirals, antifungals, steroids, antibiotics and vaccines are the mainstream answers to most dogs and cats veterinary issues.Th...
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Epigentics Influences Your Pet's Health

 What is Epigentics? Epigenetics is making a splash in science and healthcare as the medical community is deepening its understanding of the link...
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Warning - Toxic Flea Treatments & Flea Collars

With the change in season to warmer and sunnier days, you'll no doubt be thinking about the types of flea treatments you may need to&nb...
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Leaky Skin in Cats & Dogs

What is Leaky Skin in Dogs and Cats?  Leaky skin has a relationship to leaky gut. Impaired skin barrier function is leaky skin and leaky gut...
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Can Cats & Dogs Have Milk?

As much as we like to share human food as treats with our pets it's not always a good thing. Take into account their digestive system and even ou...
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Leaky Brain Issues in Cats & Dogs

What is Leaky Brain Syndrome in Dogs and Cats?  As in leaky gut where intestinal permeability occurs to the junctions that are down to ...
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Working Cats

With way too many cats being put down each year, (70% of cats that enter shelters each year are euthanized) the idea of "working cats" ...
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Magnetic Therapy for Cats & Dogs

What is Magnetic Therapy?  Magnetic therapy or bioenergy therapy is all about balancing the electromagnetic energy or field o...
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Dog Ear Infections & Ear Infections in Cats

The ear along with the eyes, the above area of what would be the wrist and the hocks of the cats and dogs, the ring around the anus, and the panc...
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12 Culinary Herbs Safe For Cats That Support Health & Vitality

Top twelve herbs to plant all year round that allow your cat to self select and improve overall immune health. Giving your ca...
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Hydrotherapy for Dogs & Cats

The Benefits of Hydrotherapy for You Cat & Dog  Hydrotherapy or aqua therapy is using swimming for physical rehabilitation and agility. ...
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Leaky Gut in Cats & Dogs

What is Leaky Gut Syndrome in Dogs and Cats? leaky Gut or Dysbiosis is where the protective lining of the stomach and intestines become so weak a...
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Prevent Hairballs in Your Cat

What Causes Hairballs in Cats?  The main reason behind the formation of hairballs is the ingestion of too much hair when your cat is cl...
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What is the Purpose of a Tail on Your Cat & Dog?

The tail is the continuation of the spine and is full of blood supply, nerves, cartilage, bones, tendons, ligaments and muscles. It's an imp...
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