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Pancreatitis in Dogs: Save Your Dog from this Common Threat

Pancreatitis in dogs is something dog guardians should be informed about, as symptoms of pancreatitis may not be as obvious as one would think, and leaving this condition untreated could be deadly. The symptoms of pancreatitis could be confused with other conditions, but with an awareness and some background information, you could be your dog’s best advocate against this serious health issue. In this article,… {Read More}

Saccharomyces Boulardii for Dogs and Cats

I was thinking recently about the primary reason that people contact me to create a healthy diet for their pet, and the hands-down “winner” is gastrointestinal conditions. Issues such as diarrhea, vomiting, colitis and acid reflux affect not only people, but also our four-legged companions. This is especially true of dogs and cats with diagnosed or undiagnosed food sensitivities or even pets who are frequently… {Read More}

Bacterial and Yeast Infections in Dogs and Cats

Dr. Jean Dodds wrote this article about bacterial and yeast infections in dogs and cats and has kindly allowed me to share it with you. It contains extremely important information that everyone who cares for a canine or feline companion should know. [divider style=”2″] Just because your dog doesn’t smell like a bag of corn chips; he still could have a yeast infection. And, if… {Read More}

Benefits of Curcumin for Pets

Inflammation in the body is not necessarily a bad thing. It is an important part of the immune system to attempt to heal the body from injury, defend against viruses and bacteria and to repair tissue. However, it is a mechanism that often goes awry and causes many chronic conditions such as Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), arthritis, asthma, colitis, Crohn’s Disease and ulcers. In such… {Read More}

Purchasing Probiotics for Dogs and Cats

The health of your pet’s gastrointestinal (GI) tract is essential to his or her wellbeing. In this post I discuss in detail the topic of probiotics for dogs and cats, along with tips on purchasing probiotics for dogs and cats. Approximately 70 percent of the immune system is located in the GI tract, and the beneficial bacteria (microflora) that live there play a significant role… {Read More}

Vomiting and Regurgitating in Dogs: Know the Differences

The following article on the differences between vomiting and regurgitating in dogs is written by my friend and mentor, Dr. Jean Dodds. In this article, Dr. Dodds tells us how to distinguish between vomiting and regurgitating in dogs – which is important when determining a diagnosis and treatment protocol. Let’s take a look at what Dr. Dodds has to say on the topic of vomiting… {Read More}

I’m-Yunity Extends Lifespan of Dogs with Cancer

I’m-Yunity Medicinal Mushroom Compound Extends Lifespan of Dogs with Invasive Cancer I’m always coming across the latest product touted as a “miracle cure” for dogs. Sadly, many people purchase such products in desperation to help their beloved animal companions, but many – if not most – of these products end up doing nothing more than draining the person’s wallet. That’s why when I discover a… {Read More}

Anti-Cancer Foods for Dogs

If you want to use nutrition to help prevent, manage or treat canine cancer, then you won’t want to miss this article on anti-cancer foods for dogs. I have just completed an anti-cancer diet for a client whose dog has oral melanoma, and in putting together this recipe, I was once again struck by the power of nutrition and its role in combating this insidious… {Read More}

Nutritional Support for the Aging Canine Brain

Discover how you can help your dog stay mentally fit with age. Does your senior dog ever appear disoriented, confused or agitated? Does he sleep most of the day and pace at night? Does he seem withdrawn and stare into space or at a wall? Has he begun to soil the house without a medical cause? If so, he could be suffering from age-related cognitive… {Read More}

Nutrition for Senior Dogs

This article is in honor of my best friend, Chase. Any of you who are familiar with my story know that Chase is the reason I have committed my life to helping dogs live as long and healthy as possible through nutrition. I have learned so much from our ongoing journey together, and I am grateful every day that because I was so proactive, Chase… {Read More}