Help Your Dog Stay Healthy This Winter

Winter can be a grueling time for people. It's cold, it can be hard to get around, and slipping and falling risks are increased. It's easy to think that dogs are impervious to the detrimental effects of cold weather because most of them have fur. The truth is that our canine friends can suffer from some of the same uncomfortable or dangerous cold weather conditions that we can. Here are some cold weather consequences for dogs and the associated tips...
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Canine Joint Problems Solved, Naturally.

Glucosamine and Chondroitin have been used to treat osteoarthritis throughout the world for over thirty years. Recently, veterinarians in the United States have started to turn to these compounds for their patients and have been
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Optimal Nutrition Gives the Immune System a Boost

Most people think the sole job of the gastrointestinal system is to break down food and absorb nutrients, but did you know that the GI tract is also home to over 65% of the body’s immune cells? It shouldn’t come as a big surprise then that optimal...
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Cats Claw - A Gift From The Rain Forest

Cats Claw is a vine found in South American rain forests, commonly known as Una de Gato, and is used traditionally in Peruvian medicine for the treatment of a wide range of health problems, particularly
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Blue Green Algae: A Canine Superfood

Organic blue-green algae is one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet. Two varieties, spirulina and Aphanizomenon flos-aquae, are the most consumed forms of blue green algae; which has superfood status due to
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All Yeast is Not Created Equal

As dog owners, we are constantly searching for things to use and to avoid in order for our family friends to stay healthy. What food to use, what shampoo to buy, what ingredients to avoid in pet products. It can be a confusing minefield for most pet owners to...
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