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Hypothyroid in Dogs

Sitting below the larynx at the neck's center, the thyroid gland regulates cellular metabolism. Low thyroid gland function leads to thyroid hormone de...

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Cordyceps for Cats & Dogs

Cordyceps sinesis is classed as a medicinal mushroom and prized throughout Asia as an exotic mushroom. Commonly known in Asia ...

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Nori For Cats & Dogs

Nori (Porphyra and Pyropia species), like many other seaweeds in Asia, has been used as both medicine and food for a very long time. Edible seawe...

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Catnip For Cats & Dogs

Catnip, catnep or catmint (Nepeta cataria) is part of the mint family, lamiaceae, and was native to Europe and Asia before it was bought to the A...

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Hyperthyroid in Cats & Dogs

Hyperthyroidism, an overactive thyroid gland, produces excessive metabolism in cats and dogs. Cats show an affinity towards hyperthyroid activity whil...

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Lion's Mane Mushroom for Cats & Dogs

Hericium erinaceus goes by the more common names of Bearded Tooth, Lion's Mane, and Pom Pom mushroom and grows naturally in wooded regions, typically ...

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MMS, Miracle Mineral Solution for Dogs

Jim Humble developed MMS, Miracle Mineral Solution, in 2001. MMS generates chlorine dioxide, ClO2. It's not the same as chlorine, as some interne...

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Parsley For Cats & Dogs

Parsley (Petroselinum hortense) is part of the Apiaceae family which has about 3,700 species of flowering plants, and the parsley family includes...

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Cataracts Formation in Dogs

When dogs age, cataracts can occur. They're commonly characterized by a bluish-gray tint or cloudy appearance. Determining cataracts can be tricky. So...

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Natural Alternatives To Using Chemicals

Now more than ever our animals are living in incredibly toxic environments. Cats and dogs in the home are bombarded with chemicals. From their use in ...

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Blood Health in Cats & Dogs

Depending on whether blood is being viewed from an allopathic medicine or a TCM perspective determines how one approaches the health and maintena...

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Vagus Nerve Health In Cats and Dogs

The body is a miracle in action. It is incredibly intelligent but oftentimes one overlooked area and the important role they play&...

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Chlorella For Cats & Dogs

Chorella (Chlorella vulgaris) a plant algae that is full of chlorophyll hence its beautiful deep green colour. It's more famous for its ability to hel...

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Green Lipped Mussel For Cats & Dogs

Green lipped mussel (Perna canaliculus) is a shellfish. found on the shores of New Zealand and are revered by the indigenous people and loca...

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DMSO For Pets

Dimethyl Sulfoxide, also known as DMSO. It's a liquid or gel pain reliever and skin emulsifier used for conditions like cancer, musculoskeletal condit...

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Chamomile For Cats & Dogs

Chamomile (Chamomilla recutita, Matricaria Chamomilla, M. recutita) is a beautiful daisy like flower which is known for its calming properties bu...

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Fulvic/Humic Acid For Cats & Dogs

Fulvic Acid known by the ancient Greeks as the "Body Preserver" and referred to in Ayurveda as 'Shilajit' or 'Salajeet', as the "Nectar...

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Calendula For Cats & Dogs

Calendula (Calendula Officinalis - Asteraceae) or marigold as it is more commonly known, is a cleansing and detoxifying herb famous for its ability to...

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Horsetail For Cats & Dogs

Horsetail (Equisetum arvense (Equisetaceae)) is a perennial plant common to most areas. It is from the fern family Equisetaceae, that reprod...

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The Circle of Willis in Cats & Dogs

The circle of Willis is very rarely if ever talked about, so most people have no idea what it is, where it is in the body, or why it is important...

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Thuja Occidentalis For Cats & Dogs

Thuja occidentalis is an evergreen coniferous tree that belongs to the Cupressaceae plant family. Thuja is probably known by some of th...

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Aloe Vera For Cats & Dogs

Aloe Vera is one of those plants that everyone should have growing in their home or at the very least have access to. Not only does it boast a huge nu...

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Leg Tremors in Dogs

Consistent hind-end leg shaking and weakness can indicate underlying chronic conditions. When dogs have muscle spasms and abnormal muscle contractions...

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Why Is My Pet's Nose Dry?

There are often two essential areas that get overlooked by pet owners but are fundamental to the well-being of your cat and dog. T...

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Wormwood For Cats & Dogs

Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) has an important role to play insofar as it acts as a tonic for the stomach and gallbladder and helps stimulate the se...

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Breeds With Back, Spine & Hip Problems

There are over 350 recognized dog breeds according to the International Cynologique Federation for Pedigree Dogs. Dog breeds are a display of genetic ...

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Oregano for Cats & Dogs

Oregano (Origanum vulgare) is one of the best all-around or "cure-all" herbs. It's a natural antiseptic and is potent against bacteria and f...

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Zeolite For Cats & Dogs

Zeolite clinoptilolite referred to in Geek as the "boiling stone" is a mineral compound that has been used for centuries in Russia, China an...

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Benefits of Dandelions for Cats & Dogs

Dandelions (Taraxacum Officinale) are one of the most underrated herbs and sadly most people view dandelions as weeds to be destroyed rather...

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Diatomaceous Earth For Cats & Dogs

Diatomaceous earth is often associated with treating garden pests, however, it can also be a great natural alternative to using chemical bas...

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Kelp - Bladderwrack For Cats & Dogs

Like Irish Moss, Kelp or Bladderwrack is a fantastic aquatic plant or algae to include in your pet's raw food diet. If you can give it fresh all the b...

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Warts On Dogs

Dogs warts are confusing. How do you make sure small lumps are warts? Lumps and bumps are concerning. Your dog looks to you for reassurance, focus on ...

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Irish Moss For Cats & Dogs

Irish Moss or Carrageenan, officially known as Chondrus Crispus is an amazing marine algae for pets as it's non-toxic for both cats and dogs. The...

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Emergency Kitchen Medicine for Pets

Most people don't have a first aid kit for their pet or even themselves for when, or if, anything goes wrong. It's hard to know when somethi...

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Your Pet's Liver Health Is Impacted By Digestion

In both Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western medicine, the liver plays a huge role in health. The liver is one of the largest organs and...

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Liquorice Root For Cats & Dogs

Used for 1000's years and is still today, one of the most used herbs in European medicine, liquorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra) is a swe...

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