Category: Alternative Veterinary Medicine

No. 1 Super Remedy for Dog Restlessness

Endless panting, pacing, and unsettled behavior. It’s easy to spot when your dog is restless. And naturally, as a concerned pet owner, you quickly browse through the internet for a natural remedy for dog restlessness. Then, the anxiety sets in. We are familiar with the feeling. You know your pet’s normal behavior, and you are aware when they’re out of character. But it’s best that you put your anxiety at rest because that will only create panic. And when you panic, it’s difficult to be solution-oriented. There is a natural remedy for dog restlessness and panting. So, you can stop

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The Top 4 Immunity Mushrooms for Dogs and Cats

The Top 4 Immunity Mushrooms for Dogs and Cats

We all want our pets to live long, healthy lives. Right? Having a strong immune system is a basic tool for good health and longevity. Many things can weaken your pet’s immune system. Some common culprits are: Genetics Environmental toxins Inadequate diet and nutrition Loneliness Medications and vaccinations Stress The Top Four Immunity Mushrooms for Dogs and Cats The most effective immunity mushrooms include: Maitake Reishi Shiitake Turkey Tail Maitake Mushroom Maitake mushrooms have immune-enhancing effects including: Anticancer Antiviral They also help stabilize both blood sugar and blood pressure levels. Reishi Mushroom Reishi mushrooms provide amazing support for your pet’s

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Picture of Hemp Plant for Pets

How Are CBD Oil, Cannabidiol, and Hemp Extract Used for Pets?

Do you know the facts regarding the use of CBD oil for pets and hemp extract? CBD oil and hemp extract oil are high in cannabinoids.  Scientists have discovered over 100 different cannabinoids in cannabis plants. Different cannabinoids interact with different receptors in the body producing a variety of different effects. Hemp extract oil may help with the following: Reduce anxiety Reduce nausea Increase appetite Reduce types of seizures Ease inflammation due to arthritis and pain Reduce dermatitis and other allergic reactions How Hemp Oil Works and The Endocannabinoid System Cannabinoid binding sites exist throughout the central nervous system and

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Apple Cider Vinegar: Home Remedy for Dog Ear Infection

Apple Cider Vinegar: Home Remedy for Dog Ear Infection

  Many people are interested in using apple cider vinegar as a home remedy for dog ear infection. Apple cider vinegar is quite popular! You can find much information online about using vinegar as a household “miracle cleaner.”  Many people using vinegar to mix homemade cleaners and furniture polishes is quite popular.  But, did you know that vinegar can also be a “miracle cleaner” for dog ear infections? Vinegar’s Effects on Ear Infections Sometimes, bacteria, viruses, and fungi invade and reproduce inside a dog’s ear canal, causing an infection. Ear infections are most common in dogs with floppy, hanging ears.

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Herbal for Cushing's

What is the Best Natural Treatment for Cushing’s Disease in Dogs?

What is Cushing’s Disease in dogs? When a dog suffers from Cushing’s, the adrenal glands produce a variety of excess hormones, mostly cortisol. More times than not, older dogs suffer from this disease and the symptoms often mimic other diseases such as: Increased hunger, thirst, and urination Increased panting Pot-belly appearance Obesity Excess fat on the neck and shoulders Hair loss Low energy What is Atypical Cushing’s Disease? Atypical Cushing’s Disease presents with the exact same symptoms as Cushing’s disease yet no cortisol increase exists. The adrenal glands produce increased levels of intermediate adrenal steroids often called “sex steroids.” These

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Herbals for mast cell tumor in a dog

3 Holistic Options for Dog Mast Cell Tumors

What are Mast Cell Tumors? Mast cell tumors are the most common skin tumors in dogs. A mast cell tumor is a cancer of a particular type of blood cell normally involved in the body’s allergic or inflammatory responses. Mast cell tumors most commonly affect the skin, but can also affect other organs such as the spleen, liver, digestive system, and bone marrow. Boston terriers, boxers, bulldogs, and pugs are more likely to develop mast cell tumors than other breeds. The exact cause of mast cell tumors is unknown. 3 Holistic Options for Mast Cell Tumors Dr. Marc Smith recommends

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