By Dave Goff A couple of months ago my household lost one of our cherished members. Sable was the sweetest cat I have ever known. She truly wanted nothing more than love, some good food, a good br
Cold Weather Care As the mercury drops and the winter chill settles in, we are offering some tips on keeping your companions comfortable through the winter months. Much of the advice for c
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
By Dr. Jean Hofve The holiday season, while a happy time for most people, can be a stressful and even dangerous time for pets. Their routines are upset, visitors abound, and extra-tempti
Pet obesity is a common problem for our furry friends. It’s estimated that almost half of U.S. dogs, and more than half of our cats, are too fat. Many people don’t take pet obesity se
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
by Dr. Jean Hofve, DVM Most of us are out and about much more in the summer, including many of our pets! But summer comes with its own set of potential problems. Common sense and preventive measures c
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 Even if your pet is not getting any vaccines, it is still essential that your veterinarian have the opportunity to give your animal companion a thorough wellness examination at least
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,
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
So when you walk past that pet store in the mall and are tempted by those wagging tails and purring puffballs, look but don't buy! Just take the accessories, not the pet.
by Only Natural Pet Staff Writers Most likely, you have a general idea what toxins are. We often hear things described as being "toxic," and we understand that this is bad, potentially damaging, and p
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
Itching, and the scratching, biting, and licking that goes with it, is one of the most common health problems in dogs and cats. Frequent head-shaking, scratching, rubbing, chewing, or licking some are
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
There are a ton of myths about pet behavior out there. Unfortunately, not all of them are true, and some of them can even be dangerous to your pet's health! Get the facts about commonly held, but not
Phobias are excessive, unreasonable and intense fears of objects or situations that usually pose little or no actual danger. In the case of storm phobias, pets display both nervous and behavioral s
Thunderstorms, hurricanes, windstorms and tornados are not always predictable, making storm phobia a particularly difficult fear to treat in pets, and for owners whose pets exhibit these fears, it can
by Dr. Jean Hofve, DVM Life is full of surprises…some of them very unwelcome. Any pet can be injured or become seriously ill, even at home, but especially outdoors, whether in a yard, dog park, or out
In 2010, the Environmental Protection Agency issues a warning based on issues related to the use of spot-on flea and tick treatments on animals. You can read the report by clicking here. Onl
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