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Cats Find Respite from Hyperthyroidism with Resthyro

Posted September 27, 2013

Cats who chat might share hunting techniques, ways of manipulating humans, or how to tease dogs. They may even discuss their health and tales of dreaded visits to the vet. If only they could talk to us, but, unfortunately, we have to look out for symptoms and signs of illness to know if our pets […]

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Connecting the Symptoms of Cushing’s and Helping Them with Supraglan

Posted September 25, 2013

Sometimes it can be hard to tell if your dog has a serious illness or is just a little under the weather. Some illnesses take a long time to become apparent. Cushing’s disorder is one such illness that has some symptoms that may not be immediately worrying. Cushing’s disease occurs when the adrenal glands produce […]

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Natural vs Non-Natural Remedies

Posted May 10, 2013

To go natural or not – this may be a natural choice for some pet owners, but it’s a dilemma for others. There are a plethora of natural remedies on the market but the question many pet lovers ask is – Do they work? Well yes, they do work, but natural remedies take a different […]

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Safe and Successful – Supraglan

Posted April 7, 2013

Supraglan – The Natural Pet Product for Cushings Disease in Dogs Cushings Disease in dogs often resembles aging due to symptoms of lethargy, weight gain, and a dull and dry coat and the fact that Cushings doesn’t usually occur until around the age of ten. Indeed aging may well be a factor since, with age, […]

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Milk Thistle – For Pet Liver Disease

Posted March 5, 2013

Ever wondered why Sylvester couldn’t catch Tweety, why the Roadrunner always outran Wile E. Coyote or why Tom never, ever got the better of Jerry… Perhaps sluggish livers left these cartoon characters lethargic and lacking in acme power. Liver damage is a common problem for pets; it can be caused by infection, poisoning, and heart […]

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