humans, domesticated animals like dogs and cats are
affected by the health hazards of modern living. Pollution, poor
nutrition, stress and unhealthy lifestyles can lead to a variety
of illnesses and conditions that are very similar to those
experienced by humans.
Our products contain
no gluten, artificial flavors, colors or preservatives...and
are backed by
Money Back Guarantee
pet can experience relief, risk-free.
are so certain that you will be completely satisfied with our
wonderful, natural products, that we offer a One
money back guarantee.
try our products for at least 30 days. If you are not completely
satisfied - for any reason - return the product to us within 1
Year for a complete refund less shipping fees.
These days, emotional
and psychological problems like depression, anxiety,
ADHD and behavioral problems are just as prevalent in
pets as they are in their owners. Similarly, physical
ailments such as diabetes, arthritis, chronic fatigue,
digestive disorders, cystitis, kidney and liver disease, skin
disorders, obesity, thyroid dysfunction and other problems are
becoming more and more common in domesticated animals.
Many, if not most
of these conditions can be prevented by helping
your pets to live a healthier lifestyle. For pets already
suffering from existing conditions, a combination of lifestyle
changes and natural medicine can work wonders!
Normal Shipping within the U.S.A. is $5.99 for the first item and only $1 additional per extra item.
International Customers - Expedited Shipping! We can ship anywhere in the world (UK, Australia, Japan, etc.) within 3-5 business days!
|Helping Children Cope With the Loss of a Pet
||Anyone who’s ever owned a pet knows how difficult it can be after he or she passes away. For many, pets are part of the family, and losing one can be devastating, especially for children. Parents often shelter their children from the death of a pet; however, in most cases, this is not the best approach. Full
|Winter Clothes for Dogs – Frou Frou or Practical?
||Whether you’ve seen them on TV or around your own neighborhood, it’s likely that you’ve spotted a few dogs wearing cozy winter wear, from jackets to booties. While some may scoff that dressing an animal is unnecessary and over-the-top, some experts may disagree. Dr. Becker, a practicing veterinarian who is commonly referred to as “America’s Veterinarian”, contributing to programs such as “Good Morning America” and “The Dr. Oz Show”, suggests that there are several kinds of dogs who may benefit from a little extra insulation during chilly months.
|How to Tame Dog Aggression
||Aggression is a common problem pet owners face, and it can be very dangerous if left untreated. However, there is good news: it is treatable.
The first step is understanding the underlying causes of the aggression. Who is the dog aggressive towards: family members, strangers, or other pets? What are his triggers and what are the symptoms? These are questions that must be answered in order to successfully treat your dog. Full
|Don’t Fuss Over Furballs
||Generally speaking, furballs should not be a major cause for concern. As we all know, cats tend to self-groom frequently, which leads to a lot of loose fur accumulating in the stomach. However, a healthy digestive system should naturally eliminate most of this fur, typically through the cat’s feces or by vomiting. Unfortunately, many cats have difficulties with this natural process.
Care for a Dog with Diabetes
Options to Consider
diabetes in cats and dogs involves regular monitoring of diet,
blood sugar levels and insulin levels. The monitoring needs to
be done on a daily basis and pet owners obviously cannot be
expected to visit a veterinarian daily for the daily insulin
dose. Understanding the basics of home care helps to manage a
diabetic dog effectively. Read
Homeopathy for Cats with Ear Mites
A Natural Approach to Treating Ear Mite Infestation
Pet ears infections pose a perennial problem, equally for owners and the specialists who are called upon to treat them. The fact that your pets have been domesticated and made to change their natural habitat is one of the major causes behind their vulnerability to attacks from infectious bacteria and parasites like ear mites.