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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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Cottage Cheese, Great Protein Source

What is Cottage Cheese?  Cottage cheese is a great way to introduce real food to kibble-fed pets and is also a great source of protein as it's lo...
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Pumpkin Seeds Support Your Pet's Heart

Pumpkin seeds have been a staple in Native American diets for decades for both culinary and medicinal purposes. Pumpkin seeds are packed with nut...
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Broken Nails In Cats & Dogs

What should you do if your pet breaks a nail? It may seem funny to think about especially when we think of it from a human's point of view, but e...
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Brussel Sprouts - Super Food for Pets

Brussel sprouts, like broccoli, are from the cruciferous family and are a natural superfood that is awesome to feed your pet.  Raw...
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Using Epsom Salts With Your Pet

Epsom salts are a great cost-effective treatment to have on hand for some of your pet's most basic needs. Epsom salt is a mineral compound of&nbs...
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Why Eggs For Cats & Dogs

Why should you give your cat and dogs eggs in any form - raw or cooked?  Eggs are highly nutritious for your pet and a good source of complete&nb...
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CBD Oil For Dogs

CBD is getting a lot of attention these days. The market has become completely saturated with CBD products and it has become a popular topic of articl...
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Marshmallow Root for Cats & Dogs

Marshmallow root (Althaea Officinalis) has been used for more than 2000 years for its soothing effect and its ability to heal and cure. Marshmall...
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The Power of Broccoli for Your Pet

Vegetables such as broccoli from the cruciferous family are very beneficial for you and your pet. Broccoli, apart from being packed with vitamins...
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Nettles For Dogs & Cats

Urticaceae or the Nettle family has a great number of species in their family tree. Nettles are often seen as weeds but actually, they're hi...
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Detox Your Dog & Cat With Bentonite Clay

Luxolite or Calcium Bentonite Clay (Montmorillonite clay) is derived from the ash of volcanoes but it's classed as a natural healing clay. Its in...
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Olive Leaf Extract For Cats & Dogs

Olive leaf extract (Olea Europaea) (Oleaceae) is the extract from the leaves of the famous olive tree that is renowned for producing olive o...
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Milk Thistle For Cats & Dogs

Thistles are one of the prickliest and toughest flowers in nature. There are around 200 types known to flourish in harsh climates. Thistles are steepe...
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Heavy Metal Toxicity in Pets

Heavy metal poisoning is sadly becoming much more commonplace in our pets but very few health issues are correctly related back to an animal's&nb...
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Castor Oil For Pets

What is Castor Oil? Castor oil (Ricinus communis) comes from castor beans which are plants native to Africa. Castor oil as natural medicine has b...
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Organ Meats & Your Pet's Diet

Organ meat or offal is essential to your cat and dog's health. We're talking about the real organs from other animals such as liver. Other a...
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Gemmotherapy For Pets

Gemmotherapy isn't about healing with gems and crystals, it's plant stem cell medicine. The totality of a plant, everything that's to come, inside the...
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Activated Charcoal For Cats & Dogs

There are a few items every pet owner should always have in stock for emergencies with their pet. Colloidal silver, apple cider vinegar and charcoal a...
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Colloidal Silver For Cats & Dogs

Colloidal Silver is one of the best natural remedies to have on hand for your pet and even yourself as it has many benefits. If you're not a...
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Understanding Cause & Effect Of Illnesses In Pets.

Many people don't know about "cause and effect" but it's super important that this basic concept is understood especially when it comes to health...
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Fungal Infections In Cats

Fungal infections in cats can have devastating health effects if left untreated for too long. Similar to fungal infections in dogs, there are a n...
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Why Does My Dog Eat Soil?

Our dogs and our ancestors spent a lot of time digging in the dirt which filled their body with tons of beneficial microorganisms. Years ago it w...
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