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First Aid Acupressure Points for Pets

Pet owners should know that there are several simple animal acupressure points that calm and relieve pain and that anyone can perform.

Proper Diet for Pets: The Foundation for Good Health

Cats and dogs, unfortunately, do not come with an owner’s manual or guidelines on how to properly feed or care for them. Many veterinarians believe that an important part of their job is to teach clients how to best care for their beloved pets. In the opinion of many vets, nutrition is the foundation of health. Without a good foundation—namely, the diet—it is difficult for an animal to heal or maintain good health.

Stay-Healthy Tips for Dogs and Their People

Just like people, dogs need regular exercise and stimulation to keep them in tip-top shape, both physically and mentally. And since dogs crave human companionship, who better to choose as exercise partners than our pooches?

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Natural Pet Features

Don’t Overfeed Fido

Don’t Overfeed Fido

Plus Other Tips to Keep a Dog Cancer-Free

Cancer, the leading killer of America’s dogs, can be prevented via strategies that include anti-inflammatory foods, reducing toxin exposure, limiting vaccinations and delaying spaying.

Pets Love Music

Pets Love Music

Each Species Grooves to Its Own Beat

With their ears attuned to different frequencies, horses neigh to Bach, cats groove to New Age, and dogs de-stress to “Greensleeves.”

DIY First-Aid for Dogs

DIY First-Aid for Dogs

Seven Natural Home Remedies

If the family dog gets up close and personal with a skunk or has other simple emergencies, you can ease the pain with such everyday ingredients as pumpkin, coconut oil, ginger, iodine and apple cider vinegar.

Feline Workforce

Feline Workforce

Why a Job is the Cat’s Meow

Cats now star in tasks ranging from boosting office morale to providing private security.

Fluoride Alert

Fluoride Alert

Excess in Food and Tap Water Harms Pets

High levels of fluoride in processed dog food and in tap water means our pets are being exposed to the risk of multiple health problems.

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