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11 Cancer Warning Signs in Dogs

11 Cancer Warning Signs in Dogs One of the greatest fears of dog owners is finding out their beloved family member has cancer. Early detection of the disease will increase your dog’s survival chances since the advanced cancer stages are the most challenging to treat.  So it’s a good idea...

Your Pets Best Defense Against Disease May Surprise You

Your pet’s best defense against disease may surprise you. Probiotics, which aid digestion and regulate the immune system, can help greatly in keeping your pet healthy.  And if your pet has digestion problems, diarrhea, skin problems, food intolerances, or other chronic health problems, giving a high quality pet probiotic supplement can greatly...

What are BHA, BHT, and Ethoxyquin?

What are BHA, BHT, and Ethoxyquin? Foods will usually spoil without some form of temperature control or preservatives. BHA, BHT, and ethoxyquin are chemical antioxidants designed to extend the shelf life and reduce fat spoilage (rancidity) of pet foods and pet treats. Chemical additives and artificial preservatives such as BHA,...

Flowers & Plants that can be Harmful to Cats

Cats love plants the way dogs love chocolate, which is strange because cats are mainly carnivores. However, though most animal species learn to stay away from things that make them sick, cats will eat plants over and over with the same results. Does this sound familiar, you lactose-intolerant people...

Genetically Modified Corn in Pet Food

Genetically Modified Corn in Pet Food Rats Fed Genetically Modified Corn – GMO Corn According to the Huffington Post, 88% of corn now grown in the U.S. is genetically modified   (GM).  Why should pet owners be concerned about this?  Well, scientists performed studies on rats, and after feeding genetically modified corn...

Our Pet’s Bones and Joints

Our Pet’s Bones and Joints In many ways, scientific study of anatomy is a celebration of the body’s ingenious architecture.  Just the mere fact that babies are born toothless for the practice of breast feeding and then sprout teeth months afterwards is a suggestion that such phenomena that occur in...

Probiotics and Pet Health

Microflora and the Gastrointestinal Tract The gastrointestinal tract (GIT) of all healthy mammals contains approximately 400 species of microflora or microorganisms, including bacteria, yeasts, fungi and protozoa.  These microorganisms are acquired at birth from the mother, and later from the environment, and are necessary for the health and proper functioning...

Puppy Socialization

Puppy Socialization Until they reach 16 to 18 weeks of age, a puppy will be in a socialization period. This period is the most important and critical in its life. Every effort should be made to socialize your puppy; meaning to expose him or her to a variety of positive...

Supplementing With Probiotics to Improve Pet Health

How do Probiotics Improve Pet Health? If your pet has digestion problems, diarrhea, skin problems, food intolerances, or other chronic health problems, giving a high quality pet probiotic supplement can greatly improve your pet’s health. A probiotic is a microorganism necessary for a balanced and healthy intestinal tract.  Within the intestinal tracts...

MSE – Multiple Stabilized Enzymes

 MSE™ (Multiple Stabilized Enzymes) contains various enzymes including:  protease lipase    cellulase    amylase (mainly a-amylase)    lactase    glucase  phytase  maltase (a-glucosidase Also included in MSE are numerous strains of yeast, fungi and bacteria.  In addition, MSE contains crucial vitamins and minerals, as well as detoxifiers. WHAT MSE DOES: The major advantage of using MSE is to increase the digestibility...

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