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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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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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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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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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Hot & Cold Energies in Your Dog

If you think about it for a second you'll know that all foods have hot or cold energy about them that impacts the body. You know yourself that when yo...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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My Lion Cat and My Wolf Dog.

Are you under the impression that pets living in the home shouldn't be eating anything other than kibble? If so, we need you to think about the actual...
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Raw Bones for Dogs and Cats

After the perceived risk of bacteria in raw food, chewing raw bones is the subject that worries novice raw feeders and raw food critics the most. ...
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Which Kibble To Chose For Your Pet

With so many varieties of pet food on the market and brands claiming to be premium or natural which one should you chose for your pet? ...
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Stop Feeding Your Pet Rice

When you're pet is poorly or suffering from a stomach upset whether it's some form of vomiting, diarrhoea or IBS, it's essential to look at ...
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Boostings the omega-3s in your dog's or cat’s diet.

Want to boost the omega-3's in your dog's or cat's diet? You don't have to use fish oil to do it. This is a healthy treat that your dog and cat w...
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Medicinal Mushrooms For Pets

There is a lot of debate around what foods to fed and not feed pets, but as more and more research is showing mushrooms or fungi are some of...
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Why Your Pet Should Have a Day of Fasting - And You!

Fasting is often considered to be a religious thing but if you look at the animal kingdom, it's an innate ability animals have and actu...
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Fermented Foods For Your Pet - Reduce Your Pet's Meat Consumption

Do you want to cut back on the amount of meat you're feeding your pet without compromising their health? A simple way to feed more vegetables and plan...
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Prebiotics & Probiotics - Part 1

Have you ever enjoyed a great meal but your bloated afterwards or have acid reflux? Or need to munch on some chocolate to boost your mood? This is you...
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Digestive Enzymes - Part 2

Do you recall the other week we were chatting about the importance of your pet's gut health through feeding them a healthy diet and the use of both pr...
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Mitochondria - Part 3

In part three of our mini-series on gut health we're going to look at Mitochondria, what these are, and the importance of understanding these mini sup...
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Homemade Flea Repellent

If you live with a pet or more than one, you're likely to encounter fleas at some time or another.  We've outlined some basic non-toxic trea...
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Seasonal Feeding - Autumn

The Importance of Seasonal Feeding  Nature is circular with constant energetic flux forming rhythms and patterns. If you can tap into these ...
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Seasonally Feeding Your Dog - Winter

Winter focuses on the bladder and the kidneys. The element of winter is water and water represents the entire urinary system. It's energy has downward...
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Kefir - Homemade Probiotics for You and Your Pet

Homemade Probiotics - Kefir Kefir is a process that has been around for 1000's of years. It  was primarily used as a form of prese...
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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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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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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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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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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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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 giv...
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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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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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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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