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Hairball Treatments for Cats

Cats spend hours grooming themselves and as a result, they swallow lots of loose fur and hair which can accumulate in their stomachs. In most cases, the hair is vomited out, resulting in a cat hairball or furball. If the cat's digestive system is weak, the fur and hair can remain inside the cat and cause numerous digestive problems including constipation, vomiting or the build up of toxins. They may lose their appetites and experience abdominal discomfort.
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Eye Problems in Dogs and Cats

Your pet's eyes are more than the windows to their souls. Their eyes express joy and sadness, and indicate when they want to play, go out for a walk, or cuddle up in your lap. Dog and cat's eyes also reflect their overall health, and are delicate organs that are susceptible to infection and some of the same diseases that humans contrac
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Additional Benefits of Omega-3s for Pets

Omega-3 Fatty Acids are beneficial for skin and coat health, but did you know...
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Lyme Disease in Dogs and Cats

Taking your dog on long, leisurely walks is one of life’s greatest pleasures. Unfortunately, during two of the most beautiful seasons of the year, fall and spring, your pet has the greatest chance of contracting Canine Lyme Disease, especially if you allow him to wander off the beaten path into wooded areas or tall grassy fields.
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Vitamins for Dogs and Cats: An Overview

A healthy diet is the best way for your dog or cat to get the essential vitamins and minerals necessary for maintaining health and warding off illness and disease. But unfortunately, our hectic lifestyles prevent most of us from making dog and cat food from scratch with fresh, natural whole foods. And even if you feed your pet a natural, high-quality commercial food, chances are it still doesn't provide all the natural vitamins and minerals that an animal needs to stay healthy and strong in today's world.
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Food Allergies in Pets

Food allergies and food intolerances are common conditions in both cats and dogs. Symptoms are often digestive in origin, i.e. diarrhea, enteritis, irritable bowel syndrome, vomiting and malabsorption. Food allergies can also manifest themselves through chronic ear infections, skin disorders and respiratory problems.
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Conjunctivitis in Dogs and Cats

Conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the conjunctiva, the membranes lining the eyelids in cats and dogs. The conjunctiva serves as a protective barrier for the eye by trapping debris and helping to prevent invasion of viruses and bacteria.
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Help for Pets with Dry, Itchy Skin

Fleas, dermatitis, dry skin, hot spots and other skin problems can make life miserable for you and your pet. The resulting scratching, itching, biting and licking contributes to the vicious cycle that a dog or cat with skin problems endures. Thankfully, there are many natural pet remedies available to combat fleas, reduce hots spots and itching and help treat the underlying reason (often times immune-related) that may be causing skin problems.
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EFAs: Why they are ESSENTIAL for your pet!

Essential fatty acids are critical to every cell in the body and help to regulate nearly every bodily function. They nourish your pet's skin, hair, mucous membranes, nerves, thyroid and adrenal glands. They keep the gastrointestinal tract lubricated and aid in smooth, efficient digestion and elimination. They also control the way cholesterol works in the body, and play a key role in the functioning of the brain, in regulating inflammation and healing, and immune, digestive, reproductive and cardiovascular functions. That's why they are ESSENTIAL.
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Immugen for Immune Support for Pets

Immugen, an immune support supplement for dogs and cats, combines vitamins, minerals, amino acids, herbs and other nutrients for optimal immune system functioning. It contains natural ingredients to protect animals from bacteria, fungi, parasites, viruses, cancer, allergies, dermatitis and immune disorders.
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Treating Tear Stains Holistically

Tear stains are a common condition facing many white or light colored dogs and cats. Keeping your pet's eye area clean is the first step to treating tear stains. Supporting your pet from the inside out may help prevent tear stains from forming.
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Hypothyroidism in Dogs and Cats

Hypothyroidism is a condition affecting your pet's metabolism and so they experience sluggishness, decreased appetite, a slowed heart rate, hair loss and other skin problems. Although not life-threatening, hypothyroidism can impact your pet's quality of life.
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Omega 3s Help Relieve Itchy Skin in Dogs and Cats

Omega 3 fatty acids play a vital role in overall good health and are particularly beneficial for the skin of dogs and cats because they reduce inflammation and help create a protective barrier.
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Diarrhea in Dogs & Cats - Natural Treatments

Natural treatment for cat and dog diarrhea include probiotics, glutamine, digestive enzymes and herbs like slippery elm. These ingredients help to firm runny or soft stools, heal the intestinal tract and support healthy bowel function in dogs and cats.
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Kelp Is Key for Good Dental Health in Dogs & Cats

Millions of dogs throughout the world have bad breath and a build up of oral plaque--- a film of pathogenic bacteria on their teeth and gums that if left unchecked can lead to dental calculus and serious periodontal disease. Enter SeaDent for Dogs!
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Digestive Problems in Dogs and Cats

While cats are known for being finicky eaters, dogs are known to eat just about anything. Despite the difference in their eating styles, both cats and dogs often develop digestive problems which have unpleasant consequences for both the animal and caretaker. Fortunately, many digestive disorders are temporary and resolve themselves in a day or two. In other cases, where parasites, bacteria, food allergies or other food sensitivities are to blame, your pet may benefit from taking supplements which contain glutamine, fiber, probiotics or enzymes to help restore their digestive system to a healthy state.
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National Holistic Pet Day - August 30

Rather than reacting to a health issue, a holistic approach incorporates good nutrition, a toxic-free environment and healthy lifestyle choices to help prevent disease in animals.
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Cataracts in Dogs

As dogs age, many develop cataracts in one or both eyes. A cataract is an opaque spot on the lens of the eye, which makes it difficult for a dog or cat to see through. They often occur in dogs or cats with diabetes, and are found in older pets that have immune disorders, a chronic disease, chronic skin problems, hip dysplasia and ear problems. Cataracts can also occur in young pets as a result of genetics or an injury to the eye.
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Dog Aggression - Help for an Aggressive Dog

Your dog is sweet and loving most of the time but can turn aggressive in an instance. What can you do to stop aggressive behavior in dogs?
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Vitamins and Supplements for Older Dogs and Cats

As animals age, their organs begin to operate less efficiently. Some vets believe animals experience up to a 30% loss of functioning of most body systems. Poor diet, environmental pollutants and the natural aging process are to blame. But the future doesn't have to be so bleak for your older friend. Because you care, you can help him live out his senior years happy and healthy!
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Atopic Dermatitis in Dogs and Cats

Atopic Dermatitis often called Atopy, is an allergic reaction to a substance that is inhaled, such as dust, dust mites or pollen. Dogs or cats with atopic dermatitis become extremely itchy and will scratch or lick themselves excessively to find relief.
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Help for Constipated Dogs and Cats

Although it's hard to imagine it when you are scooping up the backyard, many dogs experience constipation from time to time.
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Tips for Pets with Diabetes

Balancing your dog or cat's blood sugar levels is the key to controlling their diabetes.
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Pets and Behavior Issues

Behavior problems are common in pets and they present themselves in many ways: destructive chewing or scratching furniture, excessive barking, inappropriate urination, aggressiveness, digging, and spraying are just some of the ways animals act out.
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Enzymes are Necessary for Proper Digestion

As pets age, they produce fewer enzymes which are necessary to break down their food. This can result in sluggishness, bloating, gas and vitamin deficiency.
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