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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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Natural Treatment for Pet Asthma

Pets with asthma experience many of the same problems that their humans with asthma do. An obstruction of the airway causes difficulty breathing as the air passages in the lungs fill up with mucous. Dogs and cats of any age can develop asthma, though it is mostly seen in puppies and kittens and middle-aged animals.
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Common Dental Problems in Pets

Cats and dogs are particularly prone to tooth and gum diseases. It's estimated that nearly half the cat population over the age of 3 has one kind of dental disorder or another - 85% of felines in this category may suffer from bad gums alone. As many as 80% of dogs aged 1 to 3 are thought to have signs of periodontal disease that requires treatment to areas around the tooth.
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Cushings Disease in Dogs - Natural Treatment

Have you noticed increased thirst in your dog? Frequent urination? What about his appetite? Is he eating more and more, but getting weaker and weaker?
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Vitamins and Antioxidants for Dogs and Cats

Antioxidant supplements can be beneficial for pets that suffer from allergies, skin problems, immune disorders, respiratory or cardiovascular diseases, eye disorders, or general problems associated with aging because antioxidants reduce the cellular damage done by free radicals and help return your dog or cat to a state of good health.
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Using a Holistic Approach for Pets with Cancer

Cancer is a disease that seems to be affecting more and more pets, especially older dogs and cats.  Many vets believe that a poor diet and increased exposure to chemicals and other environmental pollutants have led to an increase in feline and canine cancers.
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Fighting Liver Disease in Pets

Natural ingredients such as milk thistle, turmeric (curcumin), antioxidants and certain vitamins can help the liver heal. These ingredients support the liver’s function, enabling it to do its job as it regenerates.
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