Dog health matters more than anything else to most dog parents. The healthier and happier your dog, the longer he or she is likely to be part of your life. So many health issues can be successfully treated without veterinary intervention. It’s even been suggested that the vast majority of minor canine ailments can be treated without putting your dog through the trauma of a visit to the vet. Minor dog health problems such as skin and ear infections, digestive issues and weight problems can all be successfully home treated. So if you’re keen to maintain the health of your dog using a natural and holistic approach, please search our archives for your best friend’s particular health issue.
Glucosamine is a major component of joint cartilage, the tough, spongy, protective layer that protects the bones in your dog’s joints from rubbing against one . . .
For any of a number of reasons, your dog may refuse to drink water on occasion. Now that’s a worry. A fit and healthy dog could theoretically go without . . .
Unlike we human beings, dogs have no concept of old age. To a dog, the saying “it is what it is” very much applies, and it’s one of the reasons we love them . . .
When all is said and done, there is only one way to be sure you are feeding your dog the correct amount of food. Actually there are two – observe your dog . . .
Studies have shown that being even moderately overweight – say 25% – can reduce a dog’s lifespan by up to 15%. As well as enjoying a shorter lifespan . . .
If your dog simply refuses to drink, and some dogs do from time to time, try adding a little bone broth to his or her water. You’ll be amazed at the difference . . .
Contrary to popular belief, feeding a dog dry dog food does not help keep its teeth clean. Far from it. Take a look in any dog’s . . .
During her recent regular check-up at the vets, the lady vet commented on Ava’s general overall condition and, in particular . . .
Remember to wash your dog’s food and water bowls regularly. Bacteria build up, even though you may not be able to see it . . .