It may be time to shake our reservations about hemp and other cannabis-based products. The fact of the matter is, they help our pets in ways many supplements can’t. Our misconceptions about hemp come from our knowledge that cannabis has “psychoactive” effects, but is that always true?
If you are reading this article, you might be concerned because your pet has blood test results that are less than ideal.
Maybe your vet has made recommendations.
Maybe you want to increase the chances of your pet living a happy, longer, and fulfilling life.
Whatever your reasons, getting your pet’s liver to good health, will ensure peace of mind and comfort for both you and your pet. read more
A fungal yeast infection is an inflammatory skin condition which can occur in both dogs and cats. When yeast begins to overproduce, a fungal yeast infection can occur.
The Symptoms Of A Fungal Yeast Infection In Dogs:
1. The Skin Becomes Scaly
A fungal yeast infection can make the skin flake, which looks very much like dandruff. It can also cause the skin to scale and crust. read more
When you own a pet, the dreaded “F-word” is an unfortunate fact of life. We’re not talking about the word you can’t say in front of your grandma, we’re talking about fleas. These tiny, annoying pests affect all types of dogs. From famous canine Instagram stars and modest shelter dogs to tiny toy Yorkies and giant Cane Corso puppies, the flea is an equal-opportunity invader. read more
There’s no delicate way to investigate the topic of deworming your cat. It is a pretty icky subject, but understanding the ins and outs of deworming your favorite feline is very important to his well being and overall health. Worms can make your kitty cat feel sick, and in severe cases, death is possible. Getting the parasites knocked out should be approached with a sense of urgency so your cat or perhaps foster kittens can be restored to perfect health. Let’s dive into this topic and explore the options for deworming. read more
The U.S. pet food regulation is a very interesting and in-depth topic with a lot of complexities the average pet owner isn’t aware of. For example, did you know that the Food and Drug Administration (more commonly referred to as the FDA) is responsible for establishing and enforcing federal pet food standards? The FDA mainly regulates the following 4 areas of pet food – read more
If your pet has a lipoma, there will be indications as mentioned in this article which you can train yourself to look out for.
Hairballs may be unpleasant for both you and your cat, but they are also a common part of a healthy grooming process.
Congestive heart failure in dogs has many possible causes. Some dogs have hereditary heart abnormalities while others develop this condition over time.