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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

Beyond Antibiotics

Beyond Antibiotics

Pets Can Heal With Natural Approaches

Antibiotics for pets can carry considerable downsides, so it's worth exploring natural options like herbs, homeopathy and nutritional interventions with a holistic or integrative vet.

Nontoxic Lawn Care

Nontoxic Lawn Care

Protecting Pets and the Planet

Many pet owners know that applying chemical pesticides and fertilizers to lawns can harm their pets, but some “natural” alternatives like vinegar and cocoa mulch can also hurt them.

CBD For Pets

CBD For Pets

What We Need to Know

The CBD market explodes with pet products that treat the same ailments humans use it for, including relief of pain, inflammation and anxiety.

Bringing Up Kitty

Bringing Up Kitty

Get Off on the Right Paw

Adorable as new kittens are, they need the right conditions, from bedding to food to scratching surfaces—and a proper introduction to their new home—to thrive.

Fight Back Naturally When Allergies Put the Bite on Pets

Fight Back Naturally When Allergies Put the Bite on Pets

Because they’re built lower to the ground, our dogs and cats can pick up seasonal allergens on fur from grass, weeds, pollen, lawn chemicals and fleas.

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Natural TLC

Indoor Pollutants Take a Toll on Pets

No Worries: Cats Naturally Eat Less in Summer

Take Appetite Swings in Stride

Better Doggie Bags

Want Not, Waste Not

Chemicals Harm Pets, Too

Furry Friends are Affected

Natural Eye Care for Aging Dogs

Tips for Healthy Canine Eyesight

Animal Friends Soothe Autistic Children

Relief for Stressful Social Situations

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