All posts tagged "articles"

  • Great Dane Lady
    Linda Arndt, on Nutrition and Enzymes

    Canine Nutritional Advisor Linda Arndt, Endorses NZYMES® I am a strong believer in the value of proper nutrition and enzymes. More importantly, the use of antioxidant enzymes in the diet for my animals. When animals are under...

    • Posted December 30, 2015
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  • Antioxidant Enzymes for Pets
    All About Enzymes: How Important Are They?

    Enzymes and their Importance to Everyday Health… NOTE:  NZYMES – our Brand name – is pronounced ‘enzymes‘; this is because our products are all about enzymes, what they do in the body, and their tremendous importance to...

    • Posted December 4, 2015
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  • Canine Cancer and Diet – Part 2

    Canine Cancer and Diet:  Part Two   In the last issue I talked about things that may cause cancer in your dog.  This time I want to share with you different supplements that can aid in detoxifying...

    • Posted August 26, 2015
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  • Canine Cancer and Diet

    Canine Cancer and Diet, Pt I I’ve had several people contact me lately in regards to their dogs having cancer and wanting to know what they can do to help along with or outside of traditional western medicine. ...

    • Posted August 20, 2015
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  • Help for Papilloma Warts in Dogs
    Can Dog Warts Spread, are they Contagious?

    Via Saliva, ‘Oral Papilloma Warts’ can be Very Contagious Most of us have a good idea what warts look like, at least on skin, with those mostly flat, raised and somewhat hard bumps; many of us have...

    • Posted May 11, 2015
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  • kibble dog food with glucosamine
    Kibble Dog Food With Glucosamine – Is It Enough?

    We’ve all seen the commercials: Happy dogs, eating fancy foods with fancy labels that promote how this particular kibble dog food helps to maintain healthy joint function and/or alleviate joint pain. “Our quality dog food is amazing...

    • Posted April 13, 2015
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  • picking a dog groomer
    A Few Helpful Tips on Picking a Dog Groomer

    Picking a dog groomer is a lot like choosing your dog’s sitter – for most of us pet parents that means Operation Interrogation. We have lots of questions and just because a groomer has been recommended by...

    • Posted April 10, 2015
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  • PapillomaVirus Dog Warts
    The Canine Oral Papilloma Virus – 5 Facts About Oral Dog Warts

    For Pet Owners Seeking more Knowledge on (oral) dog warts, here are 5 facts: 1. What it is: A papilloma is the fancy (or medical term) for a benign wart. While they are not pretty, and can...

    • Posted April 8, 2015
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  • digestive disorders in dogs
    7 Ways to Prevent Digestive Disorders in Dogs

    Some Healthy Habits to Keep Your Dog Free of Digestive Issues Digestive disorders in dogs can range from serious to just stinky and it is widely agreed that it’s best to avoid all of them. All creatures,...

    • Posted April 1, 2015
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  • aussie and hip dysplasia
    Have an Australian Shepherd with Hip Dysplasia?

    Hip Dysplasia and Herding-Breed Dogs Are you surprised to see your Aussie, Border Collie or similar breed starting to struggle with his hips? You’re not alone.  While the Australian Shepherd is generally a very healthy breed of...

    • Posted March 31, 2015
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  • doggy park etiquette
    4 Do’s and Don’ts at the Doggy Park

    A Few Doggy Park Rules… I am so excited to meet the new dog in my life… I don’t have him or her yet, but I’m already getting prepared: picking out doggy bowls, researching the best foods...

    • Posted March 25, 2015
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  • canine paralysis
    4 Common Causes of Canine Paralysis

    If your child developed paralysis it would be heart breaking. So, as doggy parents, getting a diagnosis of canine paralysis is equally devastating information… but it’s perfectly possible for most dogs to survive this difficult condition with...

    • Posted March 24, 2015
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  • dog smell like fritos
    Does Your Dog Smell Like Fritos?

    Not nuts about your dog smelling like Fritos? I love Fritos. You know – those salty, crunchy, corn chips – perfect for every occasion.  I believe Fritos are what God intended when he made corn (and I...

    • Posted March 23, 2015
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  • reverse sneeze bulldog
    The Reverse Sneeze: Don’t Freak Out Just Yet

    To Sneeze, or Not to Sneeze It may sound like your dog is choking, can’t breathe or having an asthma attack… but don’t panic – it could be a fairly common phenomenon… the reverse sneeze. For some...

    • Posted March 20, 2015
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  • yeast free dog food
    Is Yeast Free Dog Food The Answer?

    Hearing recommendations that your dog needs ‘yeast free’ dog food? You’ve recently figured out that your dog is battling a yeast infection. You know that diet is a key factor in getting this problem under control –so...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • nutrition to fight dog arthritis
    A Dose of Nutrition to Fight Dog Arthritis

    Healthy Eats that May Kill the Creaks A Little Super-Nutrition Daily Can Help the Fight with Dog Arthritis! In this age of wonder drugs, it’s no wonder good ole real nutrition is becoming less available and more...

    • Posted March 17, 2015
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  • Aging Dog with Arthritis
    5 Ways to Approach Arthritis Concerns in Dogs

    Other Factors to Consider with Dog Arthritis Concerns Arthritis in dogs is an all too common ailment. Many pet parents have resigned themselves to the fact that arthritis, and its debilitating impact, are just part of a dog’s...

    • Posted March 10, 2015
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  • NZYMES Real help for itchy dogs
    5 Myths About Dog Allergies

    Has Your dog been “Diagnosed” with Allergies? Welcome to the club. According to many recent polls, “dog allergies” is the number one ailment diagnosis heard from veterinarians these days. Yet, if you look deep into the research,...

    • Posted March 9, 2015
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  • dog kennel cough vaccine
    Bordetella Vaccine – All It’s Coughed Up To Be?

    Evaluation Discussion on the Bordetella Vaccine It seems like sharing an opinion about vaccines these days is like talking about politics or religion… with your in-laws… on the first day of a week-long visit. Bad idea. Yet...

    • Posted March 4, 2015
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  • Support for Canine Hip Dysplasia
    What is Canine Hip Dysplasia? What can you do about it?

    The Further Adventures of Understanding Hip Dysplasia Dogs really are the favorite pet and best friend of humans around the world. As the joke goes, if you want to see which one loves you more – your...

    • Posted January 9, 2015
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  • Is your pooch scratching, shedding, and spreading dander constantly?

    What to do about Dog Shedding & Scratching Concerns Your dog’s skin is an indication of her overall health. One of the first things to check on your dog when she is not feeling well is the...

    • Posted December 24, 2014
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  • Pet Nutritional Supplements
    Is your pet an Nzymes pet?

    If Not, He or She Certainly Should Be! Enzymes are the ‘essence of life’, and serve to provide vast variety of functions inside living organisms. They are needed for signal transduction (this is when something outside the...

    • Posted December 24, 2014
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  • Cataracts in Dogs

    Helpful Information on Cataracts in Dogs Cataracts in dogs, cats or other companion pets is a fairly common problem with the eyes. Cataracts can result from a variety of different causes and may affect all breeds and...

    • Posted December 19, 2014
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  • Is it Cruel to Keep Dogs as “Pets”?

    A “Rebuttal” to an Article on ‘HubPage.com’ (per the Link below) So… I recently stumbled upon someone’s article that caught my eye: “Why It’s Cruel to Keep Dogs as ‘Pets” If you haven’t read it, let me...

    • Posted December 12, 2014
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