From oil to coconut meat to coconut flour, coconut in many forms can be beneficial to add to your pet’s diet. Coconut oil can reduce inflammation, improve skin troubles, and fur. Coconut flour is a great substitute for wheat, a known allergen to some dogs. Other potential nutritional benefits of[...]
Category: Pet Wellness
Tips for ways to keep your pet healthy.
Oh my, please don’t sit near my face until we have a chat. Pizza cat you have a stinky breath thing, going on what is UP little Dude? Normally this is not an issue with my guy. However, over the months he has been enjoying wet food more and more,[...]
The simple answer is no. Although there are genetic disorders that can mimic the appearance like Cerebellar hypoplasia (causes in utero by either severe malnourishment, a toxoplasmosis infection, or most commonly Feline panleukopenia.) In pets conditions that look like down syndrome or other retardation affects pets physically not developmentally as[...]
It could be as simple as a sour stomach, or a newly found distaste for a new bag of kibble to something more serious. Sometimes it is just a dog feeling down or stressed. If your dog continues to drink water, and enjoys treats, and is otherwise acting normal, observe[...]
How many times does YOUR dog want out at night to bark. Most of the time it is hard for me to see what the heck is winding her up. What is my dog seeing in the dark that I can’t see? I appreciate her defending our home, but most[...]
Should I Give My Dog Heartworm Medication in the Winter?Should I Give My Dog Heartworm Medication in the Winter?
Most dog owners know about Heartworm, and how it’s spread by Mosquitos. Most probably think mosquitos outdoors will die after the first winter frost. Why provide heartworm preventatives during the Winter? What if there is more to this heartworm tale, and your dog is in danger all year round? Because[...]