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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

Imperfectly Perfect Pets

Imperfectly Perfect Pets

Natural Therapies Transform Lives

Like humans, pets can face physical and mental challenges, but fresh approaches are giving our beloved animals fuller, happier days.

Why More Pets Are Getting Cancer

Why More Pets Are Getting Cancer

GMO Toxins Permeate Pet Foods

Skyrocketing cancer rates among dogs can most likely be traced to GMOs in their pet foods and Roundup toxins sprayed on lawns, say veterinarians and other scientists.

Pets Welcome Here

Pets Welcome Here

Happy Places to Live and Travel Together

Some towns, hotels, historic sites and eateries greet pets with open arms—valuable information for the 95 percent of us that consider our pets members of the family.

Five Reasons to Love a Cat

Five Reasons to Love a Cat

They Bring Health and Happiness Home

Cats are low-maintenance, health-enhancing roommates; they’re also surprisingly eco-friendly.

Nature’s Remedies

Nature’s Remedies

How Animals Self-Medicate

Creatures in the wild ranging from microbes to elephants cope with parasites, pests and pain using natural substances; it all suggests why our preserving the natural world is good for us, too.

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Take Appetite Swings in Stride

Animal Friends Soothe Autistic Children

Relief for Stressful Social Situations

Stoned Doggies

Dangers vs. Benefits of Pet Marijuana

Natural Eye Care for Aging Dogs

Tips for Healthy Canine Eyesight

Storytime Pals

Animals Help Children Read

Natural TLC

Indoor Pollutants Take a Toll on Pets

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