We have all read about the wonders of fish oil, and with good reason. Study after study has show fish oil, and its components including omega-3, can help fight inflammation. This is incredibly important, as inflammation is at the root of seemingly endless diseases. Further, the American diet is lacking in omega-3 and excessive in
I got a call from a woman the other day whose dog got sick from eating some vegetables. She was confused about what to do next, since she knew vegetables were a health addition to any diet, including a dog diet.
Dogs can experience age related issues like senility, arthritis, incontinence, disease and other conditions. Help protect him with food and TLC.
If your dog has struvite crystals or stones, it is important to get veterinary attention. Stones can cause blockage which is a medical emergency. After getting vet care, there are also things dog parents can do at home…
If you notice your dog is having trouble getting up, or seems stiff while moving, he may have arthritis. First, get him to a vet for a diagnosis.
Ginger can also come in handy for dogs who get carsick, and some studies show ginger can actually be more effective than dimenhydrinate…
Enzymes help optimize numerous biological processes. Enzymes in fresh, whole foods are just one of the many factors that help keep your dog’s body healthy. Although cooking may destroy some enzymes, it is also suggested that dogs eat vegetables in cooked form in order to increase digestion. Many dog parents also choose to serve raw…
This ebooklet discusses holistic approaches to hypothyroidism in dogs, including environmental factors, diet, stress and more.
Protecting your dog’s health does mean getting the best vet care & it also means taking nutritional steps to help your dog’s body stay in balance.
Kidney stones require immediate veterinary attention. However, using some holistic methods can help prevent or alleviate the issue.
Juicing is all the rage right now, for dieters, detoxers, athletes and others on a mission for health.
Wheatgrass is the gluten-free, sprouted part of wheat. It provides some good nutrition and can also be added to your dog’s diet to help boost his or her nutritional profile. You can find wheatgrass online or in most health food stores in powder or liquid form.