A few years ago I took a Pet First Aid course after which I bought a Pet First Aid Kit. I haven't used it once. I don't regret having it, one day its contents might still proof very useful. It makes me realise, however, there are items not contained in it that I use frequently
Category: Canine well-being
"If you only have a hammer you tend to see every problem as a nail," said A. Maslow. Integrative vet care - combining conventional and holistic medicine - requires open minds so that the toolbox contains more than just a hammer.
Why antibiotics might be best considered as a last resort rather than a casual "just in case".
Do you know the risks of conventional vet treatments for joint problems in dogs? What other options are there? What can you do to prevent joint issues? How can they be managed and/or rehabilitated?
A dog's fear of thunder and other noise sensitivities can severely impact their quality of life. For the humans witnessing such distress can be heart-wrenching, worrisome and frustrating. Is there a way to not only manage the condition but actually help a dog overcome their anxiety?
Opening a small window into the vast topic of allergies in dogs. Is there a connection between vaccines and allergies? What about allergy diets (single protein diet)? How to choose the right treatment plan for your dog.
Are you aware how the products you use to flea and worm your dog might be harmful to their health? Find out about natural ways of achieving the same result - dog being parasite free - without burdening your dog's immune system or threatening their health. It's easier and more convenient than you might think!
Vaccinate your dog with discernment and know what your choices are. Your dog's well-being is worth making sure you've done your homework.