Natural Remedies for Dogs
Research suggests that up to 80% of visits to veterinary practices could be avoided with preventative care in terms of feeding a healthy diet and with the use of tried and tested natural remedies, many of which have been successfully used to treat our companion animals for centuries. Why put your best friend through the stress and yourself through the expense of unnecessary visits to the vet when you can successfully treat most minor problems yourself?
Anal sacs, sometimes referred to as anal glands, sit at your dog’s rear end either side of the anus. When your dog defecates, a small amount of the fluid . . .
Ear infections come in at number two on the list of the most common medical conditions requiring veterinary intervention, second only to skin allergies . . .
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 . . .
While some dogs – and some dog breeds – are more prone to itchy skin that others, dogs of any breed can develop itchy skin over time for a number of . . .
Obesity is the scourge of the modern dog. It’s an epedemic, and one that afflicts in excess of 60% of dogs in the UK alone. And yet of all the modern canine health . . .
Food intolerance is considered by some experts to be the underlying cause of many of the health problems facing the modern dog. Some vets have estimated . . .
Also known as atopy, canine atopic dermatitis is a chronic (long-term) inflammatory skin condition caused by an allergic reaction or hypersensitivity to . . .
Following the guidelines established by Dr English, these four ingredients make up our Golden Paste for Dogs, tried, tested and recommended for its . . .
All too often today, the moment our best friend develops a health issue we phone the vet. On occasions, it’s necessary of course. But in the vast majority of cases . . .