Category Archives: Disease & Infection

Bladder Issues

Suddenly my dog seems to be peeing all about when before he was trained and never would do this. He is a small dog and only 8 years old so I don’t think its age related and he seems healthy. Is there anything special I can feed him or is this all probably behavioral? Although […]

Liver Enzymes

In a recent trip to the vet, we were told that our dog had an elevated level of “Lipase”. Is there a natural product you have in the store that would help this? Lipase, a digestive enzyme, is excreted by the pancreas during digestion. In normal circumstances this enzyme enters the small intestine to help […]

Holiday Feast of Pet Friendly Treats

What could possibly be better then those special dinners of turkey, ham, stuffing and pumpkin pie. These are all delicious foods that we love to share with our pets during the holidays, but our scrumptious recipes could turn an otherwise yummy treat into something, well…quite messy. Not only can food be the issue for digestive […]

Ear Infections

The reoccurrence of a dog’s ear infection is not surprising. In the battle for pet health, topical medications and antibiotic treatments are weapons which can help win a battle, but will most likely fail to win the war. They do not address the underlying cause, which is the existence of an environment favorable to the […]


Arthritis results in pain, swelling, stiffness, and limited movement in varying degrees. It can occur as a crippling condition or simply a slowing down attributed to aging. Though the severity differs with each individual animal, arthritis is not a localized problem but a systemic disorder associated with a metabolic deficiency, which results in inflammation. When […]