Cancer, the leading killer of America’s dogs, can be prevented via strategies that include anti-inflammatory foods, reducing toxin exposure, limiting vaccinations and delaying spaying.
When our dogs feel threatened or anxious, their body language tells the story—if we know what to look for.
Enzymes are essential to the digestive health of dogs and cats and can aid ills ranging from vomiting to arthritis to shedding.
Instead of just walking the family dog, there are vigorous, heart-pumping ways to work out with a furry friend, even in inclement weather.
Pets such as bulldogs and rabbits are particularly vulnerable to heatstroke, but we can cut the risks by taking preventive measures and knowing what to do if a pet is overcome.
Holistic medicine is just as nourishing and effective for our pets as it is for humans.
Given a gentle introduction, a cat can learn to love a leash and relish daily walks around the neighborhood.
Judicious and timely use of vaccines using holistic principles can protect a pet from disease without harming its natural immune system.
A simple new blood test allows cancer to be detected four to six months before a dog develops outward symptoms.
An early diagnosis and three effective supplements can boost the heart health of beloved cats and dogs.