Question: My cat was diagnosed with chronic pancreatitis. Vet said feed her I/D diet+ her meds. She won't eat the food. Can I order Innova EVO. Will this diet be good for her condition? Thanks,
More than 6.5 million dogs and 12.4 million cats suffer from chronic digestive problems*. The symptoms they experience include gas, diarrhea, bloating and nausea. Many more pets suffer the occasional
By Dr. Jean Hofve, Veterinarian Advisor Diet The modern world seems about as far from natural as we can get. Where our dogs’ and cats’ ancestors and cousins would be living in the wilderness and hunt
Protein is arguably the most important component of your dog's or cat's diet, and it is often the most hotly debated aspect of pet foods. What is the best source of protein for dogs? For cats? How muc
by Jean Hofve, DVM, Veterinary Advisor to Only Natural Pet One of the leading vendors of raw food recently recalled a number of its frozen raw chicken products because they may have been contaminat
By Dr. Jean Hofve, Holistic Veterinarian The spice of life is variety, or so they say. If that’s true for people, what about our dogs and cats? Pet food company advertising would have you believe that
By Dr. Jean Hofve Among the many pet food choices available today are a handful of products labeled “organic.” These products tend to be higher in price than most foods—are they worth it
By Dr. Jean Hofve Feline thyroid disease has risen to epidemic proportions since it was first diagnosed in 1979. It is a worldwide phenomenon, although it’s worse in the U.S. than other
Dogs are classified as carnivores, but as a practical matter, they are omnivorous and can easily survive without meat, as long as they eat a balanced diet. Dog relatives like fox
Most of us understand the basics of creating wellness. Health begins with a sound diet, exercise, and having fun with our loved ones. Our pets are important family members, like us in many ways,
By Jean Hofve, DVM Keeping your dog or cat’s teeth and gums healthy will go a long way to preventing not only bad breath, periodontal disease, and an uncomfortable or even painful mouth, but also
By Dr. Jean Hofve After our look last time at vegetarianism in pets, this time we’re going to the other extreme—the high-protein, low-carb, so-called “Catkins” diet (a little wordplay on the low-c
Question: You may also want to consider supplements antioxidants. Diabetic dogs may especially benefit from alpha-lipoic acid, which has been shown to be valuable in human Type I diabetics. (N
We all know what antioxidants are, right? Most of us have at least heard the term, and many of us know that vitamins C and E are antioxidants. But really what is an antioxidant? How do they work?
For some of us, nothing beats a recommendation from someone’s first-hand experience. It's even better when that someone has some expertise in the area of knowledge in question. If you are someone
By Dr. Jean Hofve, Veterinarian Advisor Since November is Senior Pet Month, it’s appropriate to talk about the special needs of senior cats. As mentioned in the previous post, there are lots of senior
This year, cancer will kill half of dogs over 10 years old. This devastating disease is increasingly seen in cats, and in younger pets as well. Because cancer is so mysterious and seemingly powerf
Whether it's weeding through the "prescription" diets offered or just understanding the difference between raw food and dry food, separating the fact from the fiction will go a long way in letting you
Have you noticed that your dog is not able to jump into the car or onto the couch? Does he have difficulty with stairs or does not want to finish a walk? Has your cat stopped grooming, especially her
Many dogs love to ride in the car, but some dogs, and most cats, do not. Even pets who enjoy the car may not do as well on very long trips. Air travel may get the trip over faster, but it can be
Dental hygiene is one of the most important aspects of pet care. As plaque and tartar build on the teeth, the balance of healthy bacteria versus unhealthy bacteria in the mouth is thrown off and t
By Dr. Jean Hofve, Veterinarian Advisor Interested in learning more? Check out the other two articles in the series! Part 1: Overview of Allergies Part 2: Understanding Inhal
by Rebecca Rose, president of In Clover, Inc. According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, more than 80 percent of dogs develop gum disease by the age of three years. Common signs of poor oral
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