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Liver Disease in Cats

In older cats, the liver often doesn’t work as efficiently as it does in younger animals. For this reason, nutritional supplements containing milk thistle are particularly important for senior felines. Milk thistle helps to improve the liver function in cats. While the causes of liver diseases are varied, the goal of any holistic treatment plan is to restore the health of the liver.
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Canine Hepatitis

Canine hepatitis impairs the liver's ability to function properly and can be life-threatening for your dog if not treated.
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Immune and Cardiovascular Diseases Linked to Dental Problems

If your pet has chronic oral infections, there is a risk of bacteria being swallowed and then spreading to other parts and organs of the body. The immune system is also subjected to a constant burden and over time, these toxins can cause liver, kidney, lung and gastrointestinal disease or organ failure.
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Urinary Tract Infections in Pets

Urinary tract infections can affect both dogs and cats. This painful condition is caused by a bacterial infection which blocks the urethra, making it painful and difficult to urinate. Struvite and Oxalate stones may also be present and can cause obstructions as well.
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Glucosamine for Dogs and Cats

Glucosamine has many benefits for dogs with arthritis: it helps rebuild cartilage, it has few, if any, side effects and it can be used long term.
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Separation Anxiety in Pets

When some dogs and cats realize they are being left alone, they exhibit distress and occasional destructive behavior—a condition known as separation anxiety disorder.
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Pets with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

Feline and Canine Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is a condition that exists when white blood cells line the digestive tract and inhibit nutrient absorption causing severe weight loss and other symptoms common to intestinal disorders.
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Natural Remedy for Dogs with Kennel Cough

Kennel Cough is highly contagious and is most often spread in places where there is a large concentration of dogs.
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Probiotics for Pets

"Friendly" bacteria such as Bacillus coagulans (Lactobacillus sporogenes), Bifido-bacterium bifidum, and Lactobacillus bulgaricus are just a few of the helpful microorganisms that can reside in your dog or cat's intestinal tract where they play an important role in defending his body against disease and illness.
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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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Immune Support for Pets

A dog or cat's immune system is like an invisible shield that protects it from invading bacteria and viruses. But the strength of its immune system depends on eating right, getting enough sleep and exercise, and avoiding environmental toxins and stress.
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Parvo Virus in Dogs

Parvovirus, or Parvo, is an aggressive viral disease that affects dogs and can be fatal. Parvo attacks the digestive tract and can result in bloody diarrhea, shock and high fever. Some dogs contract the virus but never show any symptoms.
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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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